The resort is set on a stunningly beautiful island, offering harmony between spectacular natural beauty and understated contemporary villas and restaurants.
Baros has 77 villas, some of which are over-water with the rest located right on the beach. They mix natural elements such as wood, stone and coconut thatch with the very latest in comfort, style and refinement.
The hotel has a complete range of dining options. The Lime Restaurant is set over the turquoise lagoon and offers modern à la carte favourites. The Cayenne Grill offers thatched gazebos for two and is also over-water providing freshly prepared seafood, fish, meat and vegetarian dishes served with sauces of choice and accompanied by a lavish selection of salads and desserts. The Lighthouse is the fine dining restaurant, offering a superb menu and fine wines. The Sails Bar is the perfect destinations for an after dinner cocktail. There are also in-villa dining options, as well as alfresco options on the beach. Whether it’s a private barbecue for two on the beach, a romantic dinner on the boardwalk, a candlelit picnic in a palm grove or a special dinner on a secluded sandbank, a dedicated team takes care of it all.
Baros has a stunning alternative to shore based relaxation - "Nooma" - modelled on the traditional Maldivian sailing dhoni. It's a great excuse for secret reef snorkelling, sunset sailing or a romantic dinner for two. With gourmet meals served on board by your personal butler, secluded sun deck for two on the bow, and a private saloon lounge, toilet, shower, and air-conditioned double bedroom, this is the dhoni for the ultimate intimate cruise. And it can be yours when you stay at Baros.
As with the spirit of the Maldives, the Serenity Spa offers superb bespoke spa packages in four suites. There is an excellent house reef and the resort has recently opened a beautiful over-water pool.