Baros and Milaidhoo, two Maldivian island resorts, both members of the Small Luxury Hotels of The World network, have curated special Eid packages for guests from the Middle East. At both resorts, the offer is valid for stays between May 10 and July 30, and a minimum length of four-night stay.
Baros is a boutique resort of 75 overwater and beachside garden villas. Set in a turquoise lagoon with white sand beaches, it is just 25 minutes by speedboat from the Maldives International Airport. The resort has been welcoming guests since 1973, and has been consistently winning prestigious awards from guests and travel professionals for quality accommodation and outstanding service excellence.
In the tranquil, tropical setting, guests can embark on a culinary journey in Baros’ three restaurants and bars, unwind on the unique Piano Deck in the middle of the lagoon, or escape to dine on a secluded sandbank. The resort also offers snorkelling experiences around its flourishing house-reef.
This Eid, Baros is offering all guests travelling from the Middle East 40% savings on select villa categories along with other benefits. Plus, return transfers by speedboat, complimentary daily breakfast and dinner at Lime Restaurant serving Asian and international cuisine, and 30% off on dinners at Cayenne Grill and the resort’s iconic Lighthouse Restaurant. On arrival at Baros, guests will be treated to special amenities in their villa and can enjoy 15% off all treatments at the Serenity Spa and at sunrise group yoga sessions.
Milaidhoo Island Maldives is an adult-only luxury resort located in the UNESCO Biosphere Reserve in Baa Atoll. The resort is known for its romantic and destination dining offerings – from sunset dolphin cruises to sailing to a deserted sandbank for a private beach picnic.
It features 50 contemporary Maldivian style pool villas. Every guest is assigned an Island Host to help create meaningful experiences and cater to their specific needs. Activities include over-water spa treatments, sunrise yoga classes and snorkelling excursions to view the house reef.
Milaidhoo is home to three world-class restaurants, including Ba’theli, the only restaurant in the Maldives featuring innovative gourmet dishes inspired by the Maldivian Spice Route. This unique Maldivian restaurant, reflecting the islands’ heritage, is built in the shape of three traditional boats on pillars over the lagoon.
Guests booking this Eid’s special offer will be treated to complimentary seaplane transfers and an array of amenities during the stay. On landing at Male Airport, guests enjoy a 35-minute seaplane flight with stunning views of small tropical islands, turquoise lagoons and the sparkling ocean.
Guest will receive a discount of 20% on treatments booked in advance of the stay at the resort’s Serenity Spa. They are also entitled to join the morning group yoga, and can use non-motorised water sports equipment throughout the stay. Snorkelling equipment can be borrowed from the Ocean Stories Aquatic Centre, and after a short briefing, guests can venture out to explore the house reef and spectacular underwater world surrounding the island. There is also an opportunity to join a group Dolphin Cruise as part of the offer.
The Half Board Meal Plan, included in the package, offers breakfast and dinner at Ocean Restaurant, or dining credit of US$65 per person per day at the resort’s other restaurants – Ba’theli and Shoreline Grill, which serves select meats and freshly caught local seafood. Guests can also enjoy one private dinner on the beach and a floating breakfast on a morning of their choice in their villa’s pool.
Small Luxury Hotels of the World is a network that matches “independently minded guests with independently spirited hotels”. The diverse collection of hotels in this network includes everything from cutting-edge design hotels and city centre sanctuaries to historic country mansions and remote private islands. These hotels, while being consistently different, are united by the fact that they offer “some of the best locations, high-quality personalised service, and a truly authentic way to discover a destination.”