Bahamian beach life just got a little bit more spectacular with the opening of Rosewood Baha Mar, a gorgeous residential-style resort that represents the icing on the cake for the incredible US $4.2 billion Baha Mar resort in Nassau.
The 237 light and breezy rooms, suites and villas are decorated in shades of blue and coral that complement the spectacular beachfront location, all featuring private balconies and outdoor living spaces. Bahamian artwork and woven rattan furniture provide an authentic island feel, and whitewashed wooden wall panels and balconies give the guestrooms a hint of Martha’s Vineyard with a Caribbean twist.
The hotel is home to some of the largest suites in the Bahamas, ranging from 68 sqm studio suites to the 248 sqm three-bedroom Penhthouse Suite, which comes with plunge pool, fire pit and plenty of outdoor living spaces. The Ocean Front six-bedroom villa is chief among the four luxurious villas, with a commanding position on Cable Beach plus outdoor grill, private infinity pool and 576 sqm of indoor/outdoor living.
Gourmet experiences are a highlight at the resort: farm-to-table dining and a private rum room await guests at Commonwealth restaurant; Costa serves Mexican influenced coastal cuisine; The Library specialises in afternoon tea and Champagne; and mixologists at Manor Bar can prepare the perfect beverage to accompany those long Caribbean sunsets. Add in the Sense spa and fitness centre, two pools and direct access to the white sands and tranquil waters of Cable Beach, and you have a resort that promises to set new standards of luxury in the Bahamas.
Rosewood rounds off the offerings at Baha Mar, which is also home to Jack Nicklaus’ par-72 Royal Blue Golf Club, the Caribbean’s first ESPA spa and two more luxury hotels from Grand Hyatt and SLS.