- Quiet atmosphere away from the hustle and bustle of downtown Nassau
- Vegan dining options
A boutique resort in Bob Marley’s former vacation home right on Cable Beach, where the sun is shining and the weather is sweet
For beach lovers and reggae fans alike, the Marley Resort & Spa’s 16 themed rooms all unearth the music legend’s history. Inside the gates of this tropical property, you’ll be awed by the low-key atmosphere paired with traditional island architecture like a thatched roof and wrap-around terrace. Once an island home for the Marley family, this intimate resort is right on Cable Beach and caters to guests with two pools, an oceanfront restaurant that serves up authentic local dishes, a spa and open-air bar with entertainment.
Simmer Down Restaurant serves up delicious Carribean cuisine with ocean views and Stir It Up bar leaves nothing to be desired with drinks like Satisfy My Soul and Positive Vibrations. Natural Mystic Spa leaves you feeling refreshed and taken care of with a One Love Massage, Natural Mystic Facial and more.
When you’ve had your fill of sunshine on Cable 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 for a glimpse at the Bahamas’ darker past 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.