- One of the most luxurious properties on Paradise Island
- Celebrity chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s restaurant, Dune, is a main attraction
- Expect Champagne and strawberries to your room daily
The ultimate celeb hideout set on a former private manor on 35 acres of Paradise Island
Quiet elegance makes The Ocean Club, A Four Seasons Resort a staple for high-caliber guests including celebrities, statesmen and business leaders. Upon entrance to the property, you’ll find sweeping manicured lawns, a low-key and understated grand manor sitting on a beautiful white sand beach, 107 guest rooms, all with contemporary Bahamian style, the picturesque garden of Versailles, The Ocean Club Golf Course–ranked among the top courses in the Caribbean by Golf Digest Magazine, an exclusive Balinese-style spa, wellness amenities and umpteen activities for young guests, ages four to 12.
This resort is a token to the Four Seasons brand, and guests receive the above-and-beyond service synonymous with excellence. Dining is a specialty here also, with Michelin-starred chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten leading the kitchen at DUNE and specialty mixologists raising spirits at the Martini Bar and Lounge.
Choose from luxury beachfront rooms and suites, or a multi-bedroom villa residences equipped with a private infinity pool and a 24-hour service team. Either way, you are bound to indulge in the serene setting that once doubled as a backdrop for the James Bond film, “Casino Royale.”
Paradise Island is located just half a mile from Nassau, and the two 600-feet bridges that connect the two are a straight shot to Caribbean heaven. On this small island, you’ll find an assortment of resorts, restaurants and stunning beaches including Smugglers Beach, Paradise Beach and Colonial Beach.
Take a short taxi or ferry ride to Nassau for a dose of Bahamian culture at the Bay Street Straw Market for locally crafted souvenirs sold in a bustling market setting. For more beach time, head to iconic Cable Beach, or visit Adastra Gardens for a shady activity perfect for the whole family. Wanting a more cultural viewpoint of the island? The Queen’s Staircase dates back to the late 18th century, and the solid limestone flight of stairs carved entirely by slaves honors Queen Victoria and her role in abolishing slavery in the Bahamas.