Las Vegas is the ultimate vacation destination, and the recently opened resort and casino in the Bahamas by the name “Baha Mar” bring Las Vegas to the Caribbean party scene.
What could be better than to experience the feel of Las Vegas in the paradise of Caribbean? Well, nothing really. And, that’s why we are excited about the news of the opening of Baha Mar, the largest resort, and casino that opened its gates recently. It offers an experience that is all things fun for the most memorable vacation time ever. In the Caribbean, there is something for all, like the three hotels you can pick from, an 18-hole golf course and its only grass tennis court. To everyone who craves to experience the true feel of Las Vegas in the Caribbean, this is the right place for you.
Most east coast cities—including New York, Philadelphia, and Chicago—offer nonstop flights to Nassau at least once a day. To fly from New York to Las Vegas you’ll spend nearly six hours in the air, but a nonstop flight from JFK to Nassau clocks in at just over three hours. The trip from Miami is less than an hour.
If you plan to make your vacation time worth and have a gala time, here’s the full scoop on how to spend it in the Caribbean paradise which is actually a place of bliss, whether you’re looking to chill, enjoy by the beach side or to party.
Baha Mar offers a choice of three Hotels
Famous and unique for their own special reasons and qualities, Baha Mar offers three hotels to choose from. Here’s to find out the perfect and ideal one for your vacation.
The largest of all the three hotels, Grand Hyatt at Baha Mar is the most affordable and family – friendly choice which includes the access to five pools and to relax by the side is the resort’s beach. With 1,800 rooms between the two towers, Grand Hyatt offers you with a variety of restaurants, bars and a grand slang tennis club at Racquet Club with nine tennis courts. Shopping, Gambling, Golfing can all be enjoyed around at the Grand Hyatt.
A perfect place for families with children to come and enjoy that can make their kids between ages of 3-14 in the resort’s Explorer’s Kids club, exclusively to make children learn about sea turtles, nurse sharks and other local ocean wildlife at the Beach sanctuary to art lessons taught by local artists of the resort. An experience that allows the guests to immerse in the natural beauty is the Beach Sanctuary, with the goal to educate the people about local conservation efforts.
SLS Baha Mar
Captivating to the eye, with colorful oversized art, atmospheric lightning that sets up the dramatic mood and adds a classic, luxury touch to the place. 18 room categories to choose from, there are 299 rooms in SLS, Baha Mar that is almost exclusively white. Dj hosted weekend pool parties at SLS, Baha Mar makes the visitors take the feel of Las Vegas in the Caribbean. Dj spinning the hottest songs of the night at the Swanky bond nightclub in the Caribbean’s largest Casino brings Las Vegas to the Caribbean. Guests not only have access to all the pools and the beach at the Grand Hyatt but also two exclusive pools reserved only for guests of SLS.
Rosewood Baha Mar
After 10 years of long wait, Baha Mar’s most exclusive property took the longest to complete and welcomed its first guests on 1st June 2018. The Bahamas newest luxury resort features ‘The Bahamas’ newest luxury resort features 237 rooms and suites, which have their own private patios or terraces, with six-bedroom beachfront villas with their own private plunge pools and also a collection of three-bedroom. Rosewood also features Sense by Rosewood Spa that inspires people to get a wide range of therapies and spa treatments.
Exquisite Dine-in Options
There are 40 restaurants between the three hotels at the Baha Mar and here we’ve listed some of the best for you to choose from.
Dragons at the center of the restaurant and hand-sewn silk panels representing the seasons in four corner booths, Shuang BA offers the best variety of Chinese cuisine at this place. Cherry Foiegras and the traditional pecking duck is one of the best-served dishes of this place. The people who dine will get to experience a menu that has a blend of tradition and modernity.
Katsuya By Starck
Fine dining place for Bahamian style of food and the food here prompts the diners to come and dine again and again. Serene interiors by Philippe Starck’s bought for one of the standout restaurants at Baha Mar, and Modern Japanese cuisine by Chef KATSUYA Uechi is beyond imagination. The menu also has traditional sushi and sashimi offerings on their plate.
At Conch Shack, while the chef walks through the process of making the island’s most famous conch salad, you’ll watch the conch prepared directly before your eyes.
Love for Mexican food and drink? You must visit El Jefe that serves fresh, authentic Mexican style of food, tacos, sopas and an ice cold Bahamian beer is a must try at El Jefe.
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