Mar. 25th, 2019
Jetsetters around the world can finally rejoice now that Baha Mar resort has a luxury hotel to suit your every desire. Located on the Northern shore of New Providence Island in the Bahamas, the 1,000-acre resort complex is home to three distinct properties: The very grown up and elegant Grand Hyatt; the playful yet sophisticated SLS Baha Mar; and the refined and chic Rosewood. Now boasting a total of 2,200 rooms, private residences, a casino, a Jack Nicklaus designed golf course and a 30,000-square-foot spa, Baha Mar has something for everyone.
SLS Guest Room
The SLS is the first of its kind in the Caribbean and features 299 stunning rooms that include 107 suites and residences, 2 dedicated pools, 3 bars (not including pool bars), and 4 restaurants. The white-washed guestrooms are uber-modern with minimalist tones yet playfully decorated in that cheeky Philippe Starck signature. The residences feature floor-to-ceiling windows so that you can take in all that Cable Beach has to offer.
Katsuya by Starck
SLS Baha Mar’s chef-driven restaurants are reason alone to visit the Bahamas. Cleo Mediterraneo by Chef Danny Elmaleh serves up Mediterranean-inspired cuisine that is infused with local ingredients. You will find exotic dishes such as Charmoula Roasted Potatoes and soy-cumin marinade Steak Kebab on the menu. At Fi’lia, chef Michael Schwartz introduces his first Italian concept. Expect Bucatini, Braised Short Rib Crespelle and Wood Grilled Hanger Steak as offerings. And last but certainly not least, we have Katsuya by Starck which brings us chef Katsuya Uechi’s trademark cuisine set amidst Philippe Starck’s provocative and dramatic décor.
The hotly anticipated Skybar is the only rooftop bar and lounge on the island of New Providence. The combination of rich wood tones and an ivy pavilion that overlooks the entire island is a designer’s dream. You can seamlessly move from sundowners at Skybar, to pre-dinner cocktails at Monkey Bar and end with a nightcap at Bond nightclub.
Baha Mar Casino
While most people on vacation are content to while away on the beach (and who could blame them), visitors to Baha Mar tend to want more. More choices on where to dine, more time to split between the casino and the beach, and more…fun. Baha Mar is home to the largest casino in the Bahamas, featuring over a thousand slot machines and 119 tables which include blackjack, baccarat, roulette, and poker to name a few. If you were lucky at the roulette table, take your winnings and indulge in a spot of shopping at one of the unique, local boutiques or opt for an international luxury brand like Cartier, Bvlgari, Rolex, Chopard or Hublot.
Royal Blue Baha Mar
You certainly didn’t travel to the Bahamas to spend all of your time indoors. Naturally, the real star of Baha Mar is the ocean of course. You haven’t truly experienced the magic of the Bahamas if you haven’t taken a dip in the jewel toned water or felt the soft, white sand of Cable Beach between your toes. Baha Mar’s commitment to conservation and nature is evident in The Sanctuary, an interactive area that will give you a front-row seat to sea turtles, stingrays, and nurse sharks. Should you choose to go snorkeling or scuba diving you will be delighted to find the water teaming with tropical fish and friendly dolphins. If you’re lucky you may even spy a whale or two.
Golf enthusiasts will be pleased to tee off at the breathtaking, 18-hole, 72 par Jack Nicklaus Signature golf course. Royal Blue will mesmerize you with its lush landscape of Caribbean pines and mangroves set against the sparkling, blue ocean. The front-9 features dramatic views of rolling fairways, white sand dunes and the crystal-clear ocean while the back-nine showcases limestone “moonscapes,” elevation changes, and a dense jungle environment.
Baha Mar Pier
So isn’t it time that you set aside time to relax, play, recharge and rediscover? With Baha Mar just a 12-minute drive from Nassau’s Lynden Pindling International Airport, your Bahamas vacation can start as soon as you arrive.