People like to exaggerate numbers to make a point, but this is not one of those times. After it took 4,000 workers and $3.5 billion dollars to build Baha Mar‘s in the Bahamas, we are ready to play. Opening March 27, 2015- will you be the first person to explore this lavish resort?
When all is said and done, the community will include the Baha Mar Casino & Hotel (1,000 rooms), SLS Lux at Baha Mar (300 rooms), Rosewood at Baha Mar (190 rooms), Grand Hyatt at Baha Mar (700 rooms; May) and the all-inclusive Meliá at Baha Mar (726 rooms; December).
The resort will also offer 284 free-hold, fully-deeded Baha Mar Residences within the four elite hotels for anyone to looking to make their visit a little more permanent. Comprised of one- to three-bedroom homes and four-bedroom villas, the residences offer buyers the chance to make Nassau their personal playground. Owners will benefit from tax breaks, eligibility for Bahamian permanent residency status and access to private banking entrée into the hotel rental program.
Baha Mar is located 10 minutes from Nassau’s international airport on 3,000 feet of beachfront property. Although it sits across the water from the Bahamas’ other mega-resort, the family-oriented Atlantis, Baha Mar is expected to appeal more to adults. “It’s really going to be much more of an adult type of resort. Obviously, we do welcome children and families over their holidays and special weekends, but it’s going to be very much a beautiful, James Bond-style of resort experience with very personalized service,” Luis Fernandes, managing director for Rosewood at Baha Mar told Forbes.
Four luxury hotels with a combined 2,200 guest rooms, 200,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor meeting space, an 18-hole Jack Nicklaus-designed golf course, a 100,000-square-foot casino and a 30,000-square-foot ESPA. Plus the area holds over 40 restaurants, 20 acres of beach and pool areas, art galleries, bars and clubs—basically, Disneyland for adults.
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