What to Expect
Unparalleled sophistication and five-star service at a brand new, luxury resort on Cable Beach
The most recent property to join the Baha Mar compound, this five-star resort houses 237 guest rooms, suites and private beachfront villas. Guests fall in love with the charming and authentic British Colonial influences throughout the property, and with each detail exceeding standards, you’ll find deep soaking bathtubs, rainfall shower heads, complimentary WiFi throughout and private balconies overlooking the grounds and ocean. Exceptional in every facet, the Rosewood Baha Mar’s true crowning glory is the service.
There’s no shortage of luxe activities to fill your days here, from Sense, A Rosewood Spa® to two swimming pools, a Jack Nicklaus golf course and world-renowned Cable Beach. Once you’ve maxed out your R&R quota for the day, feast on local and international cuisine at one of the resort’s two restaurants. Stop by Manor Bar for an early aperitif before heading to The Commonwealth, for farm-to-table gourmet meals from six distinct regions of the world. Afternoon tea more your speed? The elegant Library Lounge is a cozy and quiet hangout serving up specialty tea and coffees, custom cocktails and desserts.
The Baha Mar development is, in itself, an attraction. Home to the largest casino and hotel complex in the Caribbean, guests have access to multi-billion-dollar amenities on an iconic strip of beach in Nassau. Dine at the compound’s more than 40 restaurants, bars and lounges, take in a match at the Burwash International Baha Mar Racquet Club or make par at the 18-hole Jack Nicklaus-designed Signature Royal Blue golf course.
Just steps from the resort, you’ll find Cable Beach, a popular stretch of powdery sand and crystal-clear ocean. Relax here, or enjoy island time at the bars, restaurants and shops nearby. A must-do for any trip to Nassau is a walk through the straw market on Bay Street, where local craftsmen display and sell their treasures for souvenirs. See the Bahamas from a different point of view with a snorkeling or scuba excursion, and you’ll understand how the Caribbean’s beauty goes well beyond the surface at dive spots like the Rose Island Reefs, just three miles east of Paradise Island. Rather stay on land? Add the Caribbean’s first winery ever to your vacation wish list and you’ll leave with a hand-blended bottle to take back home.