- Great location—proximity to restaurants
- Stunning beachfront
- Delicious dining options
An upscale, boutique haven right on Pink Sand Beach with genial hospitality, artistic decor and an old-time island feel that transports you into vacation mode on arrival
Coral Sands Hotel welcomes you with champagne, warm hospitality and a personal escort to your recently-renovated room. Only 38 rooms with options of suites, bungalows and cottages and a variety of styles from comfy to glam, give this property an air of exclusivity you won’t find at large-scale operations. Enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner between Latitude 25 and Beach Bar—both with stunning ocean backdrops and world-famous chefs curating delectable meals. Between the hotel’s fresh-water infinity pool and personal slice of Pink Sand Beach, it’s unlikely you’ll spend much time indoors. The contrast of peach-colored sand with topaz water sparkling beyond is enough to make anyone double take—no wonder it’s rated as one of the most beautiful pink-sand beaches on Earth.
The beach is all you need but this luxury resort goes one step further offering activities galore. The fully-lit tennis court, fitness center and yoga studio with a view offer options for active-minded guests 24/7. Enjoy the sand and sea with complimentary kayaks, paddleboards, snorkeling gear and beach volleyball. Let Coral Sands concierge book an in-room massage for sore muscles after a long day of fun.
Explore Dunmore Town in style with a golf cart rental from Coral Sands. Harbour Island, or Briland, as the locals know it, is a charming island with warm hospitality and a fine array of boutique shops and five-star restaurants. Spend a day perusing colorful streets and choosing a delicious place like Sip Sip or Rock House Restaurant for lunch or dinner.
Once you’ve explored Harbour Island, take the ferry to Eleuthera for endless stops of beauty and fun. Stay on the northern island for Preacher’s Cave and swimming in Eleuthera’s Sapphire Blue Hole. Or, drive south and you’ll reach the Glass Window Bridge. This slender pathway is one of the only places on Earth where you can clearly see the division between the deep blue Atlantic Ocean and aquamarine Caribbean Sea. Continue south and you’ll come upon the Queen’s Bath—breathtaking rock pools filled with water spilling in from the Atlantic that are perfect for an afternoon dip. Surfers or anyone looking to learn should head past the Queen’s Bath to Surfer’s Beach for waves and a quiet beach.