- Complimentary tour of Balmoral Island
- Plenty of complimentary activities and watersports
- Kids’ club and babysitting service
An all-inclusive, beachfront oasis masterfully equipped for every type of traveler and conveniently located among Nassau’s top resorts and attractions
Start by choosing your view—pool or ocean—and trading your clothes for a swimsuit. In addition to all-inclusive givens like meals and WiFi, a complimentary tour of Balmoral Island is included with every stay. There’s no shortage of activities to keep your blood pumping—the 24-hour gym and daily exercise classes keep your routine uninterrupted and glass-bottom kayaks, beach volleyball and paddle boards offer a fun way to stay active while enjoying the island’s beauty. Feast on a different flavor each night—seven restaurants serve every cuisine from classic Caribbean to Italian.
Parents rest assured, you won’t have to sacrifice alone time to keep the kids entertained—the on-site Kids’ Club and in-room babysitting services create ample time for enjoying the swim-up pool bar and private dinners on the beach. If you’re planning a honeymoon, wedding or romantic getaway, Meliá delivers unrivaled experiences for couples, as well. Dreamy tailored wedding packages and detailed touches like in-room aromatherapy menus and adult-only pools ensure privacy and serenity. If you’re looking for VIP service, greater privacy and access to exclusive resort areas, be sure to upgrade to ‘The Level’ experience.
There’s nothing “business as usual” about a beachfront conference in the Bahamas, but Meliá Nassau Beach – All Inclusive supplies a state-of-the-art business center with five meeting rooms and 1,200 person capacity. Feast on tropical treats during the coffee break before lazing by one of three pools or on Cable Beach!
Meliá Nassau Beach – All Inclusive not only sits on its own slice of Cable Beach, but is also near to Nassau’s most talked-about resort complex, Baha Mar. Complimentary shuttles mean easy access to the Caribbean’s largest casino, an 18-hole golf course with Atlantic Ocean views, more than 40 bars and restaurants, and premium shopping.
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.