Baros Maldives is a small exclusive coral island in the Indian Ocean ringed by a sun-kissed beach and a vibrant house-reef, just 20 minutes by speedboat from Maldives International Airport.
January 31, 2014 (Newswire) - Baros Maldives has been voted as a winner in three Top Hotel categories in the presentation of Trip Advisor Travelers' Choice Awards to top hotels for 2014.
The resort has been acknowledged as Number 20 in the Trip Advisor list of the World's Top Hotels, as well being rated the second top hotel in the Maldives and the sixth out of all hotels in Asia. The citation quoted a guest comment: "We spent the whole week just marvelling at the natural beauty. It was possible to believe that nowhere else existed or mattered. A real escape."
In addition, Baros Maldives (http://www.baros.com/) has been acclaimed as the seventh Top Hotel for Romance in the World, being number one in Maldives and second in Asia. This follows the recent acclaim of Baros Maldives by the World Travel Awards as the Most Romantic Resort in the World.
In the Travelers' Choice recommendation of Asia's Top Luxury Hotels, Baros Maldives placed eleventh, as well as being third out of all the luxury hotels in the Maldives.
The Travelers' Choice awards are determined by assessing comments from guests who have stayed at the hotel and provided reviews, feedback and opinions. These annual awards reflect "the best of the best" for service, quality, and customer satisfaction.
These awards (http://www.baros.com/awards) are the latest recognising Baros Maldives as a top world resort. 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 vibrant house reef exclusive to the island; a spa and a gym in lush tropical gardens.