Cable Beach, Nassau, The Bahamas
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After a successful phased reopening of two of its hotels (the Grand Hyatt and SLS Baha Mar) and a selection of restaurants and amenities, Baha Mar will complete its final phase of reopening with its third and final hotel, the Rosewood, on March 4, 2021.
Baha Mar is a world-class 1,000-acre resort complex on the island of New Providence on Cable Beach in Nassau, The Bahamas. The mega-resort comprises three major hotel brands that seamlessly work together, yet function separately, to provide an unforgettable luxury experience (ca.travelpulse.com). The hotels include the Grand Hyatt, SLS Baha Mar, and Rosewood, with 2,200 rooms and 284 private residences.
Each hotel has its own personality and unique qualities. Located as an anchor between the other two hotels, the Grand Hyatt consists of an east and west tower decorated with an underlining water theme. Its modern and elegant rooms range from one to three bedrooms, and while not family-focused, it is family-friendly (ca.travelpulse.com).
Known as the party hotel, the SLS Baha Mar typically attracts a younger crowd interested in indulgent culinary experiences and a celebratory lifestyle (ca.travelpulse.com). The rooms are exquisitely decorated with white modern décor. It is home to a rooftop lounge, exclusive pool parties, many high-end restaurants, and a nightclub.
The newest and most glamorous hotel is the Rosewood Baha Mar. The Rosewood’s guest experience encompasses the intimacy of being hosted by a close friend and the poshness of a truly luxurious vacation. High tea is served daily in the library, and the hotel is beautifully decorated with hand-painted native motifs on the walls and a carefully curated collection of local art (ca.travelpulse.com). With the addition of a private pool and beach available to only hotel guests, the Rosewood offers a relaxed, exclusive sanctuary for those willing to splurge.
Amenities of the Baha Mar complex, which are open to both guests and the general public, include a 100,000-square-foot (9,300 m2) casino, a 30,000-square-foot (2,800 m2) spa, The Current Gallery and Art Center, and a Tournament Players Club golf course designed by Jack Nicklaus (en.wikipedia.org).