It is less a holiday resort and more an enormous city by the beach.
The Bahamas is gearing up for a grand opening of grand proportions as the Caribbean’s biggest mega-resort opens this month.
Costing a staggering $3.5billion, the super-development Baha Mar – The New Riviera will include five fully-distinct resort hotels and will stretch across 3,000ft of Nassau’s pristine Cable Beach.
Tourism, especially in the Bahamas, will never be the same again.
The integrated gaming resort will include a 100,000 square foot casino – the largest in the country – alongside 40 restaurants and bars, plenty of shops in its Waterside Palace promenade, the first-ever Tournament PlayersClub 18-hole golf course in the Bahamas, and The Racquet Club, a world-class tennis facility.
The Baha Mar Casino & Hotel will be the mega-resort’s most impressive stand-alone property, offering 1,000 rooms and 105 suites and villas.
Of particular note is the VIP Villa Roxie, with interiors designed by singer Lenny Kravitz’s design firm, boasting a private fitness room, massage room, media room and gaming room.