- Walking distance to main attractions in downtown Nassau
- Pristine beach with hammocks
A downtown Nassau beachfront hotel within walking distance to Nassau’s restaurants and main attractions
Overlooking the port of Nassau, this is the only beachfront hotel in the downtown area, putting you in the heart of the action. Geared more to the business traveler who prefers to stay plugged in, this 13,500-square-foot hotel offers all the modern amenities in an island setting. Book the accommodation that suits your preferences with rooms, suites and executive rooms with features like flat-screen TVs, balconies and whirlpools. Opt for in-room dining or eat along the harbor at Patio Bar & Grill or indoors at Aqua. There’s even a Brews ‘N’ Bites café serving Starbucks coffee and other treats.
If you’re interested in fishing, snorkeling or sailing, you can book it right from the resort. Or, head out for a day of duty-free shopping at the port, or lounge at the hotel’s beach or freshwater swimming pool, then retreat to your suite overlooking the island, city or harbor. One thing’s for sure of your stay here, you’ll have plenty to explore between the historic downtown district, straw market and area museums.
As the capital city of the Bahamas, Nassau has an impressive spread of historical sites, foodie havens and natural beauty. Start with a stroll to the Queen’s Staircase for a glimpse at the Bahamas’ darker past before visiting the island’s three fortresses: Fort Charlotte, Fort Fincastle and Fort Montague. Get your fill of nature snorkeling the underwater sculpture garden at Clifton Heritage National Park or take a short boat ride to Blue Lagoon Island where friendly stingrays, dolphins and sea lions await.
A must-do for any trip to Nassau is a walk through the straw market on Bay Street, where local craftsmen display and sell their treasures for souvenirs. See the Bahamas from a different point of view with a snorkeling or scuba excursion, and you’ll understand how the Caribbean’s beauty goes well beyond the surface at dive spots like the Rose Island Reefs, just three miles east of Paradise Island. Rather stay on land? Add the Caribbean’s first winery ever to your vacation wish list and you’ll leave with a hand-blended bottle to take back home.