Hotels & Resorts
Discarding the sleepy charm that often characterizes its sister islands, Nassau stands out for its high-energy atmosphere and dynamic attitude. The capital city of the Bahamas and a bustling port, Nassau’s history can be traced back to days of the legendary pirate Blackbeard. Here, beautifully preserved cathedrals, pastel-colored Georgian buildings and 18th-century fortresses collide with bouncing jitneys, street vendors and duty-free shops. Visitors will want to hit historic Bay Street for local markets, pubs and cafes, while the nearby straw market offers unique crafts and Potter’s Cay is the place for fresh produce, conch and fish. Looking for a history lesson? Pompey Museum details the slaves’ journey from Africa to the Caribbean while faux buccaneers offer an interactive experience at the Pirates of Nassau Museum. Pristine beaches stretch for miles, inviting visitors to snorkel, sail or just lay in the sand, soaking up the warm rays of the sun. At night, casinos and nightclubs come alive with heightened island fever. Nassau is only minutes away from adjacent Paradise Island and is a 35-minute flight from South Florida.
The hotels and resorts on this page have been divided into two groups. Immediately below are the all-inclusive Nassau resorts, where lodging, meals, activities and more are rolled into one price. Traditional hotels and resorts are listed second.
Bahamas Hotels and Resorts
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