Sandals Emerald BayGREAT EXUMA, BAHAMAS
Sandals Royal BahamianNASSAU, BAHAMAS
SandalsRoyal BahamianNASSAU, BAHAMAS
The moment your Rolls Royce pulls up to the stunning Georgian facade of Sandals Royal Bahamian – once the domain of a former king of England—you realize that you've entered a realm of sophisticated splendor. All–inclusive Nassau holidays at this glamorous Bahamas hotel regale you with sumptuous suites, a dazzling array of fine eating establishments, exquisite tropical beauty and a breathtaking off–shore island, boasting two pristine, white–sand beaches, a serenely secluded spa and everything you could ever imagine in an exotic all inclusive Bahamas island hideaway.LEARN MORE ABOUT SANDALS ROYAL BAHAMIAN
SandalsEmerald BayGREAT EXUMA, BAHAMAS
Set in the midst of the Bahamian Out Islands, Sandals Emerald Bay was born with a legacy and transformed into a legend. This Bahamas hotel, with its rich history of refined panache, is now part of the legendary Sandals Bahamas all–inclusive resorts. Civilized pleasures go hand in hand with exotic adventures along a mile–long crescent shaped beach. Highlights include a par 72 Greg Norman designed golf course, a 29,000 sq. ft. spa, a deepwater marina and five superb restaurants. Sandals Emerald Bay is your own exotic all inclusive Bahamas private escape.LEARN MORE ABOUT SANDALS EMERALD BAY
Best of old & new worlds meet in Nassau
The 330–year old city of Nassau displays many charming signs of its British Colonial heritage, from crisply clad, white–gloved policemen to the pomp and ceremony of the changing of the guard at Government House. Yet, underneath the gentility of the Old World ambiance throbs a vibrant Caribbean pulse that colors and enlivens every aspect of this booming place. From quaint colonial architecture, bathed in pastel pinks and greens, to the lilting sounds of Bahamians conversing in the streets and from the proud traditions of the past to the incredibly vivid Junkanoo rhythm of modern times, Nassau opens wide a window to its colorful past, while also inviting everyone to enjoy the very best of Bahamian living.
Try your luck at the tables
For those who enjoy games of chance
Two of the most extensive and impressive casinos outside of Las Vegas make their home in Nassau and tiny Paradise Island. Complete with every gaming choice you could ever envision, from craps and blackjack to roulette, baccarat and a vast selection of slot machines, the sky is the absolute limit when you're ready to try your luck at the tables in Nassau.
Explore amazing waters
Scattered like pearls across the turquoise sea
The 700 islands of the Bahamas have a special magic found nowhere else. Sandbars appears and disappear within hours. Gentle manta rays glide like graceful butterflies underwater. Bonefish are quicksilver shadows across shimmering flats. And all of nature has a rhythm in keeping with the tides.
Escape to your
own private island
At Fowl Cay Resort - Exuma, Bahamas
Fowl Cay is a private island with a difference: discover six uniquely beautiful villas spread across a private 50-acre retreat in the secluded chain of the Exumas, Bahamas. No neighboring hotels, no passing ships, no crowds - just you and the excitement of exploring a special kind of wilderness.Visit the Fowl Cay Resort Website
SANDALS IN THE BAHAMASSandals Royal Bahamian Spa Resort & Offshore Island Sandals Emerald Bay Great Exuma, Bahamas
Shopping in style
Sophistication reigns supreme in the elegant stores
many of which you can also find on the streets of London, New York or Paris–that line Nassau's main thoroughfares. Copious duty free shopping only makes your experience more appealing. If you prefer something a little bit more in keeping with the Caribbean vibe, you're also very much in luck, since Nassau is home to the largest straw market in the entire region. Simply every item that can be fashioned from straw is available here and don't forget, it's always a good idea to bargain! Want a truly authentic Bahamian shopping experience? Then head on down to the market at Potter's Cay and join in with the throngs of natives as they select fresh produce, conch and fish.