- Perfect beach for snorkeling right off shore
- Welcoming spa with above-par treatments
- Breathtaking ocean views resort wide
A cozy and colorful retreat comprised of private suites in free-standing huts on Love Beach
Individual, free-standing huts line Love Beach, making it the ideal base for diving and snorkeling. Perfect for an intimate getaway, it’s unlikely you’ll see more than a few people on the beach at a time, offering an air of peace and privacy away from the hustle and bustle of the city center while still being just 10 minutes from the airport. No matter which colorful hut you call home during your stay, rest assured it will have a balcony, flat-screen TV, refrigerator, safe, WiFi and AVEDA hair and skincare products. The studio, one bedroom and two bedroom huts are all only steps away from the resort pool and Love Beach—each night the sound of waves will lull you to sleep. The chefs at this resort serve up a variety of dining experiences from a casual meal at the outdoor lounge to a candlelit dinner on the private dock.
If you visit just for the spa, your journey would not be in vain. This inviting space will feel like your own private escape—the warm atmosphere welcomes you and the staff’s attentive service create an otherworldly experience. Whisk your worries away with a couples massage on the pier heightened with essential oils and endless views of turquoise water or a Watermelon Vodkatini manipedi—guarantee you won’t find that elsewhere!
Try the Bahamas’ famous conch salad at nearby Nirvana Beach Bar or Dino’s Gourmet Conch Salad Restaurant, both are walking distance from Compass Point. When you’ve had your fill of sunshine on Love Beach, venture out to Nassau’s many restaurants and attractions. As the capital city of the Bahamas, Nassau has an impressive spread of historical sites, foodie havens and natural beauty. Start with a stroll through the Nassau Straw Market before making your way to the Queen’s Staircase and 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 wait to greet you.
Head to Baha Mar resort for access to Cable Beach, the Caribbean’s largest casino, an 18-hole golf course with Atlantic Ocean views, more than 40 bars and restaurants, and premium shopping. If you’re looking for the underwater adventure of a lifetime, book through Stuart Cove’s Dive Bahamas. The scuba diving, shark diving, PADI courses and snorkeling are run by a professional team that ensures you feel comfortable and have fun.