Baha Mar Resort – The Bahamian Riviera

Baha Mar Resortwww.bahamar.com

THE RESORT:  With over 400 hectares along one of the world’s most beautiful white sand beaches, Baha Mar will be home to astonishing surprises and artful luxury unique to the Caribbean—a distinctive melding of world-class hospitality and authentic Bahamian culture through our four distinguished brands: Rosewood, Mondrian, Grand Hyatt, and a dazzling newcomer, The Baha Mar Casino & Hotel.
GOLF:  The 18-hole masterpiece Jack Nicklaus Signature course at Baha Mar will be unlike any in the Caribbean. Tee off on a challenge worthy of the Golden Bear himself, surrounded by spectacular views of the lush tropical landscape and breathtaking vistas of the turquoise Atlantic.
SPA:  Baha Mar is proud to announce ESPA as the operating partner for the 3,000 square meter Destination Spa. With currently 350 luxury spas all over the world, ESPA is famous for creating spas that compliment the natural beauty of its environment and have an authentic connection to its location.
GARDENS:  The Gardens are their own perfume shops. The grounds bloom with fragrant Frangipani, beautiful Bougainvillea, night-blooming Jasmine, Allamanda, various orchids, and—the national flower of The Bahamas—the majestic Yellow Elder. Providing shade to all are the beautiful trees of The Bahamas: the Silk Cotton Tree, the native Mahogany, the gorgeous Royal Poinciana and seven species of native palm. Nature is on spectacular display.
SHOPPING:  The world’s most famous shops will now have a central home at Waterside Place, the newest shopping destination in the Caribbean.  Baha Mar brings together some of the most desired brands from all corners of the world in one special enclave. Here one will find treasures to be acquired from local artisans, as well as the top designers and craftspeople from Europe, the Americas and Asia.
ARTWORK:  Baha Mar is proud to announce a cultural alliance with the National Art Gallery of the Bahamas (NAGB), the D’aguilar Art Foundation (DAF) and the Dawn Davies collection.   From pre- independence to contemporary and modern pieces including paintings, sculptures, works on paper, textiles, ceramics, photography and other mixed media works these art collections represent the true evolution of Bahamian history through the eyes of its artists.