Creative Nassau, in conjunction with the Downtown Nassau Partnership, is actively preparing for its first monthly Creative Market in Pompey Square, Downtown Nassau which will take place on FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26 from 9am – 6pm.
Nassau, Bahamas was featured as one of the top ten most disappointing destinations in the world.
Nassau has not been this dirty and unkempt since the first Christie-led government and before that, not since before 1992.
It is puzzling why the United States Embassy stands by and does nothing as dozens of American tourists are robbed, raped And murdered in The Bahamas.
“At least 20 more restaurants” are needed in downtown Nassau if it is going to be transformed into a nighttime destination attracting locals and tourists, says Downtown Nassau Partnership’s co-chairman
“The Bahamas is experiencing a more aggressive turnaround due to the recent revitalization of Nassau,” said Gustaf Hernqvist, sales and marketing VP at the oceanfront Caves Heights condo project in Nassau.
The Family Islands are remarkably unfamiliar to many Nassuvians. Our country spends millions of dollars to court tourists to our islands, while incentives to encourage local travelers and developers exist but are inadequate.
Cruise ship officials are warning their passengers that crime levels in downtown Nassau are so high that the city is no longer safe.
The Baha Mar project will include four hotels totaling 2,200 rooms surrounding a 100,000 sq-foot casino, restaurants, retail, entertainment and an 18-hole championship golf course designed by Jack Nicklaus.