Three resorts are rolled into one at this mega-complex on Nassau boasting multiple swimming pools, restaurants by celebrity chefs and a late-night club designed by Lenny Kravitz
Nassau’s long awaited $4.2 billion Baha Mar megaresort complex opened in Spring 2017 on 1,000 beachfront acres of Goodman Bay. It’s composed of 2,300 rooms spread across three hotel brands: SLS, Grand Hyatt and Rosewood. As you might expect, the sprawling property is flush with amenities including the Caribbean’s largest casino at 100,000 square-feet, an 18-hole Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course, 40 restaurants (yes, 40!), 11 swimming pools and an Espa Spa. While the scale might be mind-boggling, there are plenty of hideaways that make the experience feel more intimate. Stick with SLS when it comes to stylish dining destinations, like Katsuya for Chef Uechi’s take on the classic Bahamian conch salad alongside his world-famous sushi preparations. For late night revelry, Bond nightclub opened on the property in January with interiors by Lenny Kravitz’s design firm.
Time Out tip: Slip into SLS’s Privilege Pool on Fridays and Saturdays for a raucous, DJ-fueled pool party atmosphere reminiscent of Vegas or Miami.