Baha Mar is a master planned resort community known for its famed white sand beach and large ocean-front resorts in Nassau. The community also boasts 20 different restaurants and lounges, the largest casino in the Caribbean, a state-of-the-art convention center, an 18-hole Jack Nicklaus-designed Royal Blue Golf Course, the Caribbean’s only flagship ESPA spa, and over 30 luxury retail outlets. And now that the recently opened Rosewood Baha Mar has joined the Grand Hyatt and SLS, the Baha Mar community has over 2,300 luxury hotel rooms to choose from.
And for those who want a resort retreat there that’s a bit more private, personal and permanent, both the Rosewood Baha Mar and the SLS Baha Mar offer well-heeled buyers the opportunity to own their own residence that comes with perks including: guaranteed membership in the Nexus Club Baha Mar, 24 rounds of golf on the Royal Blue course, and platinum-tier status at Baha Mar Casino’s Club Blu and VIP access to the nightclub.
Baha Mar is also home to The Current Gallery & Art Center that features a vast collection of contemporary art and rich programs that are designed to cultivate community and creativity with engaging exhibitions, workshops and lectures, artist residences and partnerships with local collectors.
Owners also enjoy all the benefits of resort life including concierge and valet service, VIP reservations at all of Baha Mar’s restaurants, and the ability to apply for residency in The Commonwealth of The Bahamas. But I think the best owners perk of all may be the exclusive access owners get to book a cruise for themselves and some lucky guests aboard Baha Mar’s 213-foot-long yacht Eternity.
At Baha Mar, it pays to be a member. For more information, visit bahamar.com/residences