Baros Maldives, an ultra-luxe retreat on the Asian tropical island of the Maldives, in the Indian Ocean, has been named the “world’s most romantic resort” for the sixth time. The resort has claimed the title, awarded by World Travel Awards – chosen by an international jury of hospitality experts and peers – for the past four years in a row, and it's not hard to see why. 7 things you should know on your first trip to the Maldives Guests at the resort can choose from 77 stunning villas, each one of which comes with a private deck, beach sun loungers, an in-villa bar, deluxe bathrobes and slippers, yoga mats, a pillow menu, an outdoor rain shower, Wi-fi and a television with a surround-sound system. Many of the villas have their own private pools. There are numerous fine dining options, too, as well as adventurous boat and sea excursions, a luxurious spa and traditional Maldivian vow renewal ceremonies. Why Kudadoo in the Maldives is the best new luxury hotel to visit in 2019 However, the Maldives is home to many award-winning resorts. Reethi Faru Resort, for example, was recently named one of the world’s 14 best boutique hotels, and Kudadoo, a solar-powered, adults-only resort, was named the world’s best new luxury resort in 2019. Check out the sumptuous and romantic Baros Maldives tropical resort. Baros Maldives has won World Travel Awards’ “world’s most romantic resort” honour every year since 2012, with the exception of 2014. Fly to the Maldives to get this watch by LVMH’s hotel and Hublot Baros Maldives opened more than 44 years ago, making it one of the first resorts to open in the Maldives. To get there, guests need to take a 25-minute speedboat ride from the Maldives’ international airport. The resort offers different types of ultra-luxurious villas ... ... starting with one of the 24 Deluxe Villas, which offer 958 square feet (90 square metres) of living space ... ... and luxurious open-air bathrooms. Rates for Deluxe Villas start at US$370 per night for two people during the low season, and US$870 in the high season. There is also a selection of 1,442-square-foot Pool Villas ... ... with each villa featuring spacious soaking tubs and outdoor rain showers. We review The Muraka, an underwater suite in the Maldives They come with a private pool, a canopied daybed and sun loungers on a private deck. The two newly built Baros Suites are some of the most exclusive suites at the resort, with rates ranging from US$1,270 to US$2,100 a night. Each one includes a king-size bed, a day couch and a book nook, as well as a suite-assigned butler on call 24/7. Each suite also comes with its own private infinity swimming pool and both a hot and cold jacuzzi. Couples who stay in a Baros Suite receive a private transfer to and from the resort by luxury yacht and a bottle of champagne on arrival. World’s first underwater suite, The Muraka, opens in the Maldives Then there is the ultra-luxe Baros Residence, the most private and secluded of the villas. Its 2,885 square feet of living space includes a separate bedroom and living room, as well as an expansive bathroom with designer toiletries. It also comes with its own private infinity pool. Rates for the Baros Residence start at US$1,540 and can go up to US$2,475. The resort offers plenty of romantic dining and drinking options. Guests can enjoy a leisurely gourmet meal at the Piano Deck prepared by a private chef. A sandy trail leads to Sails Bar, which offers drinks such as mojitos (US$15), classic Manhattan cocktails (US$14) or a “smoking cocktail” that combines tobacco mixes and fruit cocktails (US$48-US$161). Its lounge area blurs the line between beach and bar. How to dive like a Crazy Rich Asian at Four Seasons Maldives The Lime Restaurant serves seafood and Maldivian curries along with snacks, salads, pizzas and sandwiches. And if those options aren’t enough, guests can also opt for a secluded beach picnic. The Baros Maldives spa has four private spa suites for couples to use for their treatments. Spa services range from manicures (US$95) and pedicures (US$115) to full-body mud wraps (US$205) and 12 different types of massages (US$145-US$215). Resort guests can embark on various boat excursions, from a romantic cruise on the resort’s luxury yacht, Serenity ... ... to a sailing expedition on the Nooma, a traditional Maldivian sailing vessel. Adventurous guests can go diving ... 7 things you should know on your first trip to the Maldives ... and paddling in the clear blue waters in a translucent canoe. Baros also offers private vow renewal ceremonies by the sea, complete with a traditional Maldivian Bodu Beru dance procession, a traditional sarong for the bride and Baros polo shirt for the groom, a wedding cake and memorial palm tree planting. Want more stories like this? Sign up here . Follow STYLE on Facebook , Instagram and Twitter This article originally appeared on Business Insider .