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Posted by Danielle Harvey on 22 September 2020
Baros Maldives is delighted to announce it will re-open in October and guests will be entitled to a special rate this year. In addition, all guests who stay during October and November 2020 will be invited to enjoy some special offerings to make sure their holiday and belated honeymoon is filled with blissful moments to remember.
Guests will receive an exclusive Champagne Breakfast in the sanctuary of their private villa - the perfect way to start your day, with a toast to your nuptials and newly married status! This enchanting setting, the soothing sound of the waves and warm breeze from the ocean, will certainly make the last few months seem a distant memory - bliss!
It's hard not to be in awe of the natural surroundings of Baros, and it is more important than ever to maintain and support the incredible underwater world due to climate change. To help achieve this, Baros will sponsor a Coral Frame, placed in the translucent lagoon circling the resort, in the name of every guest staying during October and November 2020 - what a beautiful lifetime reminder of your honeymoon! Guests will receive regular updates on the progress of their Coral Frame and will be able to get to know the inhabitants of their own little coral garden during subsequent visits.
As a gesture of gratitude to guests who worked as health care workers during the COVID-19 pandemic, Baros will offer a host of exclusive complimentary extras including a couple's massage at the island's Serenity Spa, a private dinner for two on the beach, champagne upon arrival, and a choice of a free scheduled excursion with social distancing observed.To commemorate the selfless dedication of health care workers, Baros is also creating coral frames spelling out "THANK YOU, HEROES". These will be placed in the waters of the island's lagoon so that the message of thanks will be permanent. The resort manage Ibrahim Shijah, said, "In spite of the unprecedented times the world has faced, Baros hopes to keep the positive consequences of the pandemic, of compassion, unity and kindness, remembered by this tribute."
Safety and Wellbeing
Baros, being one of the smaller island resorts in the Maldives, will open it's shores to a limited number of guests, so social distancing can be maintained effortlessly. To ensure a safe and healthy environment for guests, Baros has introduced extensive operational changes while preserving the blissful island ambience and seamless attention to detail and guests' requirements that have made this award-winning resort a legend. The proximity to the International Airport in Male' makes the holiday journey especially convenient for guests. They will reach the island by a short speedboat ride and will not be exposed to any congested areas once they have left the airport.
A Travel Guide with all details can be found on www.baros.com. Rates start from US$502++ (approx. £388) in a Deluxe Villa including breakfast for two. For bookings and further information on these special offers, email Baros Maldives directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone +960 664 26 72.