In 2018, Baros Maldives was recognized as the best luxury hotel in the world, a year earlier – the most romantic hotel in the world. Previously it has collected 14 awards in various hotel categories. Back in 1973 Baros was one of the first hotels to open its resort doors in the Maldives.


From the very beginning, Baros was a special resort. Mainly due to its location on the small, untapped island of Baros in the very center of the North Male Atoll and the existence of a home reef bordering the crystal clear waters of the lagoon and snow-white sandy beaches. Before the construction started, the owners of the hotel decided not to spoil the natural beauty of Baros and have constantly maintained its pristine purity since then.


It is not allowed to bring small children on the island of Baros since it was created for a romantic holiday in complete peace and quiet. The exceptions are children who are just highly expected.

The spa of the best hotel in the world, of course, claims to be the main place in the world for finding harmony of mind and body.

After consulting with the specialists of Serenity spa, you will receive your individual program of ease and peace.

Warming up muscles with sea stones and massage in the “Deeper than deep” concept for confident skin tone or, on the contrary, harmonizing spa session for pregnant women, yoga at dawn at the ocean or meditation in a personal hammock over the water at the villa – the choice is yours.


Procedures based on Elemis, TheraNaka, and Coola cosmeceuticals will not just quench your skin’s thirst, they will teach it to relax and moisturize itself.

The island has its own “home” reef, and if you wish, you can become part of the army of rescuers. Under the guidance of a team of biologists, the guests of the hotel extract damaged corals with precision.


Next, fragile corals are sent to the stress releasing procedures – sometimes they last for years. (If you are interested in how progress is going in your absence, you can ask for a photo report). Two years later, the diving team returns the status quo, and sometimes the recovered corals are immersed in deeper waters.