- Breathtaking beach
- Large infinity pool
- Proximity to the airport and Port Lucaya Marketplace
Straight-forward accommodations on the beach with a winding infinity pool and all-inclusive option with proximity to Grand Bahama Island’s top attractions
Grand Lucayan Resort is the go-to spot for a simple getaway on a spectacular beach. All rooms are basically furnished rooms with plush bedding, tropical decor and private balconies with island, marina or ocean views. The all-inclusive package includes dining options with traditional Bahamian and international cuisine, drinks, unlimited golf on the 18-hole Reef Golf Course and weekly entertainment like Sunday Brunch or Sushi Dinners.
When you’re not enjoying beach watersports like paddleboarding, hit the 25,000-square-foot spa and fitness center situated right on the ocean front or tennis courts with Tennis School for all ages at an additional cost.
For business and corporate events, over 40,000 square feet are available with AV equipment and 13 breakout meeting rooms. The state-of-the-art conference center can be themed and configured to your wishes and the Grand Ballroom accommodates over 1,400 people. Even more space is available outside in the lush tropical setting and catering service can be planned for anything from simple snacks to a five-course dinner. For a breezy, sandy, sunny business getaway with plenty to keep you busy during downtime, Grand Lucayan has something for everyone.
Grand Bahama Island tends to be quieter for tourism in recent years but that doesn’t mean there’s not a plethora of exciting things to do. This breathtaking island has 18 species of Bahamian birds not found in the U.S. or Europe making it a haven for birdwatchers. Plus, one of the largest underwater cave systems on earth sits just beneath your feet, accessible for diving via Lucayan National Park. Grand Bahama is known as a destination for sportfishing—you can catch a prized bonefish! If scuba diving is a must-do on your beach vacation, head to UNEXSO on the island for scuba diving lessons, shark-feeding dives and more.