In association with: Nassau Paradise Island Promotion Board
New, improved resorts and attractions and incredible offers await families in The Bahamas
Families can dance to the beat of the Caribbean drum this summer while enjoying a range of new and improved resorts and attractions in Nassau Paradise Island. Hotels across the renowned Bahamian destination are ready to welcome families back this year with plenty of new things to discover. It’s easy to reach The Bahamas now too, with direct flights from Heathrow with British Airways four times a week and Virgin Atlantic twice a week.
At Atlantis Paradise Island, rooms at The Royal Towers are being renovated to give them a fresh look, while new beachside restaurant Pisa will serve up Mediterranean cuisine. Plus, the youngest guests will be able to enjoy some new slides and climbing areas in Splashers at the Aquaventure waterpark, the ultimate family-friendly activity at Atlantis Paradise Island.
SLS Baha Mar, part of the Baha Mar resort destination that is celebrating its fifth anniversary this year, is offering families some quality time together with its Family Fun Getaway package. Daily breakfast for four, in-room movie night complete with snacks, unlimited access to the Baha Bay Waterpark, plus the choice of a ‘mommy and me’ manicure, pedicure or round of minigolf, are included.
The Graycliff Hotel has an unparalleled reputation in The Bahamas for family-friendly activities, whether it’s taking a cooking class or touring its chocolatier complete with tasting. But for something new, recommend Margaritaville, which opened last summer, where the Fins Up waterpark and the Parakeets summer camp will keep kids occupied.
For families wanting a quieter time away, Paradise Island Beach Club comprises beachfront villas in a serene location, where the kids can run free with the sand between their toes.
A couples’ escape
For couples, a host of new products will get them dreaming of the destination long before they arrive. Sandals Royal Bahamian embodies romantic luxury and, following a $55 million refurbishment, is ready to welcome guests this summer, with new dining venues and opulent new accommodation in the resort’s Island Village.
Beyond the summer, renovations to The Ocean Club, A Four Seasons Resort – including an upcoming refresh of the Crescent Wing, along with enhancements to its public spaces, pools and signature restaurant – can be enjoyed by winter.
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