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Baros Maldives adds more water pool villas

Baros Maldives water pool villas
Baros Maldives, a 5-star boutique resort located on a coral island in the Indian Ocean, has added five brand new Water Pool Villas for guests to enjoy swimming in the privacy of their very own private pool. Located at the tip of the board walk, overlooking the lagoon with stunning infinity views over the Indian Ocean.

The first five Water Pool Villas at Baros Maldives were opened in 2012 and proved to be very popular. In response to this demand, more Water Pool Villas are being added over the years. There are now 15 Water Pool Villas. Each villa is 126 sqm in area, with plenty of daylight, space and elegant décor. Guests seeking total privacy relish the Water Pool Villas as the sundeck and the pool cannot be observed from neighbouring villas.

The resort now has 30 overwater villas, of which 15 have pools, and 45 beachside villas, ten of which also have individual plunge pools, and one romantic Baros Residence. Baros Maldives is renowned as the ultimate retreat for tropical living and gourmet cuisine in the Maldives.

Recently winning the World Travel Award as the Most Romantic Resort in the Indian Ocean 2014 for the second year running, which was presented at November's WTM, and proves that after 40 years Baros still continues to improve on guest expectations, delivering an unparalleled experience.

Baros Maldives, a legend since it was established in 1973, is an independent, luxury Maldivian-owned and run resort in the Indian Ocean just 25 minutes by speedboat from the Maldives international airport. It consists of 75 private beach and overwater villas, some with individual swimming pools; the exclusive Baros Residence; three gourmet-class restaurants, cocktail and palm grove bars; a house reef exclusive to the island; a spa and a gym in lush tropical gardens.

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