Sunday, May 28, 2017

Grand Hyatt Baha Mar Accepting Reservations

It’s been a long time coming . . . . 
Grand Hyatt Baha Mar is the first hotel to open at the prestigious Baha Mar Resort

Grand Hyatt Baha Mar has been designed to celebrate all that is iconic in the destination, while still embodying the perfect touch of classic luxury. With an array of multi-cultural dining venues, high-end spa and fitness centers, spectacular entertainment and meeting spaces, and a sophisticated, yet personal, approach, this hotel is set to become a premier resort destination in the Caribbean.”

Grand Hyatt Baha Mar will begin accepting reservations for guests arriving May 29, 2017.

Set on the tropical retreat of Nassau and situated on the coveted stretch of New Providence, Grand Hyatt Baha Mar combines an effortless luxury ambiance with Bahamian-inspired design and hospitality in a beautiful resort setting. 

The oceanfront oasis has direct beach access to the resort’s Beach Sanctuary, water sports and seven pools, as well as Bahamian art featuring local artists, upscale retail shops and nightly live entertainment. 

When fully operational, Grand Hyatt Baha Mar will offer 1,800 ocean, fountain and island-view guestrooms, including 230 luxury suites with some of the region’s most modern amenities. 

Enjoy creative world cuisines at the 40 incredible restaurants, bars and lounges throughout the Baha Mar resort, inspired by acclaimed chefs from across the world. 

Experience a fresh culinary adventure at Grand Hyatt at Baha Mar’s fine dining seafood restaurant, serving local Atlantic catch with a Caribbean twist. 

Caribbean's largest casino featuring 1,140 slots, 119 game tables and one-of-a-kind direct ocean views 

Guests will have the opportunity to enjoy a wide range of services within the expansive Baha Mar Resort, including: a 30,000 square feet ESPA Spa; Jack Nicklaus Signature Design golf course; state-of-the-art tennis courts and facilities; and the Baha Mar Convention, Art and Entertainment Center. Many of these amenities are operational today.

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