Baglioni Resort, Maldives is now luxury all-inclusive

The first truly authentic Italian luxury resort in the Maldives, Baglioni Resort is an enchanting 5-star hideaway on the island of Maagau in the stunning Dhaalu Atoll. Baglioni Resort Maldives pairs Italian elegance with the tropical natural beauty, turquoise waters, and velvet-smooth white sands of the Indian Ocean and boasts 85 villas and a 360-degree house reef filled with magnificent marine life. The Green Globe-certified Baglioni Resort Maldives best exemplifies tropical elegance. The elegant One and Two-Bedroom Beach Villas are exceptionally spacious, with direct beach access and private pools, and exquisitely designed to accommodate families of four or six with children up to the age of eighteen. A world of games and adventures is curated for our little guests at the Baglioni Kids Club, allowing them to have a lot of fun while discovering the wonders of the island. The range of Water Villas is ideal for couples in search of a romantic stay. Baglioni Resort Maldives has recently transitioned to a luxury ‘All-Inclusive’ resort, offering guests the opportunity to discover the wonders of their palate in the stunning restaurants and bars. One of the many benefits of the new Luxury All-Inclusive status is the availability of a variety of premium beverages and the option to dine around, à la carte or buffet-style at three magnificent restaurants and the elegant Pool Bar. “All-Inclusive is not a new concept but we have seen an upward trend in the recent past due to the extra regulations, additional expenses, and ever-increasing airline costs that have highlighted the benefits of a hassle-free trip. The customer is really looking for no surprises when it comes to what’s included. They want to just pay once so …

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