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Top Reasons to Get Married on the Piano Deck at Baros

1 August 2021 | All Blogs, Destination, Events, Experience

If you are looking for an unforgettable place to celebrate your union with your betrothed or renew your vows after a challenging year, there’s no better option than Baros Maldives. And, for the first time ever, couples can mark their union on Baros’s idyllic Piano Deck – surrounded by nothing but the scintillating ocean.

Here are five reasons we think the Piano Deck celebration package is an exceptional way to say “yes” to your partner.

1. Baros is considered by many to be an icon in the Maldives

One of the first resorts to open in the Maldives, Baros has been honing its offerings and service excellence for decades and is known today by many to be somewhat of an icon in the Maldives. While some things are bound to change with the times, others are sure to stay the same and since the resort’s inception in 1973, it’s been celebrated for its unassuming luxury, its incredible tropical surroundings and its unparalleled offerings.

2. It’s been named as one of the most romantic resorts in the world

Baros’s fabled romantic allure is by far one of the best reasons to choose this dreamlike paradise to celebrate your nuptials. Not only is Baros adored by couples, it’s also been named the “Most Romantic Resort in the World” by the World Travel Awards for eight consecutive years, the most recent being in 2020.

3. An unforgettable venue

While there is no shortage of choices when it comes to celebration venues at Baros — from a private sandbank to the gorgeous beachfront — there’s nothing quite like the Piano Deck to ensure your dream day is both truly unique and unforgettable. Picture this: you and your favourite person surrounded by little else but the translucent-blue lagoon and illuminated by the gentle golden hues of sunset in the heart of the Maldives — what could make this moment more magical?

4. You’ll be treated to an array of celebratory gifts

Indulge in Champagne and canapes on arrival, relish unique wedding gifts and complimentary services and embrace the departure treat, there’s no shortage of celebratory spoils at Baros to honour your monumental occasion.

6. The Piano Deck package allows you to focus on what matters

When you book the Piano Deck package for your big day, we’ll ensure that all the finer details are taken care of. From a symbolic wedding certificate to Champagne for the ceremony, floral decorations and a delectable wedding cake, everything will be arranged for you so that you can simply soak up the joy of the day.

Post-ceremony activities are also catered for; embrace the special time with your person on a sunset cruise, Champagne in hand, followed by a sublime dinner on the Piano Deck. Festivities continue the following day with an in-villa Champagne breakfast the next morning and a complimentary couple’s treatment — your special day deserves to be celebrated in style at Baros.

Get in touch with us and we will help you create the trip — and day — that you have always dreamed of.


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