Nassau Paradise Island

As Nassau Paradise Island has been experiencing a resurgence, the destination continues to provide visitors with fresh experiences — most notably through the opening of new properties and luxurious renovations to some of the destination’s most iconic properties. A trend throughout Nassau Paradise Island is the fusion of local culture into the design, art and culinary outposts at area hotels.

On Paradise Island, Atlantis Paradise Island has been a staple to the Bahamas for over 20 years. Within the last year, the resort has unveiled renovations to its family-focused escape, The Coral, its ultra-luxurious getaway, The Cove, and updated the outdoor Marina Village to feature outposts of local craft breweries, Pirate Republic Brewery and Frankie Gone Bananas.

In Nassau, guests can prepare to indulge in a world of grandeur and elegance at the newest destination in the Bahamas, Baha Mar. With three luxurious hotel experiences including Grand Hyatt Baha Mar, Rosewood Baha Mar and SLS Baha Mar, Baha Mar offers an accommodation option for all types of travellers across 3,000 square feet of pristine white sand beaches. Visitors can enjoy 40 on-site lounges, bars and restaurants, access to six pools, upscale shopping, the Caribbean’s first ESPA, or playing golf at the 18-hole Jack Nicklaus Signature course. The resort

is home to the largest casino in the Caribbean at 100,000 square feet, which is lined with glass windows, showcasing stunning ocean views.

To complement the larger resorts, the destination is also home to smaller, boutique hotels like Graycliff Hotel, Comfort Suites Paradise Island and Sunrise Beach Club & Villas, in addition to all-inclusive resorts like Sandals Royal Bahamian and Meliá Nassau Beach.

A world of water activities await in Nassau Paradise Island. Travellers can board a 45-foot catamaran for a coral reef excursion, explore a shipwreck on a half-day scuba diving trip or even try Snuba, which pairs the simplic- ity of snorkelling with the wonders of underwater breathing. Both Atlantis Paradise Island and Baha Mar offer interactive animal experiences, ranging from sunrise fitness within the 14-acre dolphin habitat to up-close snorkelling with nurse sharks.

Beyond the beaches, visitors can participate in walking food tours and cooking classes, in addition to golfing at the Ocean Club Golf Course on Paradise Island, interacting with artists at working studios and uncovering the history of what makes the Bahamas special at area museums and galleries.

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