The Bahamas is the ultimate getaway for the rich. From secluded luxurious getaways to high-class mega-resorts that will pamper your every whim, there will always be a place to stay to accommodate your desires. We realize that luxury is different for every person so we have put together of the 10 best hotels and resorts from all styles of accommodations so you can realize all the different aspects of luxury that The Bahamas has to offer.
1. The Cove Atlantis
This is arguably the most prestigious place to stay in Atlantis. While the whole Atlantis resort is overwhelmingly big and features accommodations that could keep you busy for weeks, The Cove offers luxury accommodations that help you escape from the crowdedness that much of the rest of the Atlantis has. Generally, rates range from 800 to 1,000 dollars per night but the accommodations are perfect for any and all couples looking to enjoy an Atlantis getaway. Along with access to the casino, night club, and the absolutely gorgeous rooms you also get access to the Cain at the Cove, a private pool for only those staying at the Cove. In addition to that, you get access to all other accommodations that the Atlantis has to offer.
2.The Royal Towers
While oftentimes overcrowded in many people’s view, the Royal towers are still the pinnacle of luxury that The Atlantis has to offer. Room prices range from 500 to 1,000 dollars depending on which type of room you get. The iconic Bridge Suite in the Royal Towers is among the most expensive hotel rooms in the world pricing at around 25,000 dollars per night. Along with the luxury accommodations the towers are centrally located so all main attractions that the Atlantis offer are only a short walk away.
3. Graycliff Hotel
Graycliff is the epitome of luxury and high class. This five star, AAA-Four Diamond-rated resort has everything you will need to enjoy the finer things in life. Graycliff was originally a mansion built in the 18th century and was turned in to a high-class hotel. The hotel has twenty unique guest rooms that give you the feel of a private getaway. What really makes Graycliff unique is its specialty accommodations that include a hand-rolled cigar shop, world-class chocolate made by their own chocolate factory, and high-class wine that is unique to the hotel. Rates are generally between 300 and 600 dollars per night which is much cheaper than most luxury resorts in The Bahamas.
4. Old Bahama Bay
Located on Grand Bahama, this luxury resort offers all types of accommodations to go along with your stay. From the resort, you can get picked up to do some fishing, get in-room massages, go snorkeling by some of the reefs known to thrive outside of Grand Bahama, and even dive with sharks or swim with dolphins! As far as hotels on Grand Bahama go this is your best bet. It is very secluded in comparison to those on New Providence making for the perfect luxury getaway. Prices generally range from a mere 250 dollars per night to 700 dollars per night depending on what type of room you get.
5. The One and Only Ocean Club
The one and only ocean club bring you the finest luxury accommodations. Located near the Atlantis, this resort has top-notch features not seen with any other resort. You get 24-hour butler service, a personal chef, access to the golf course with your own personal golf cart driver, a dedicated housekeeping team, and much more. Upon arrival, you get a bottle of champagne, floral arrangements, fruit and cheese platters along with all sorts of other arrangements. You basically get to live the high life for the time that you spend there. From personal baby sitters and daycare centers, this resort is the ultimate getaway for couples. Prices generally range from 775 to 1,600 per night.
6. Bimini Bay Resort
Among one of the most luxurious resorts in Bimini, the Bimini Bay Resort is where most people go when they sail their yacht to The Bahamas. Just 40 miles from Florida this resort has its own dock for yacht owners coming in from the states. It has multiple pools, white sandy beaches, and multiple restaurants for your entertainment. You can go on island tours and excursions as well as gamble in their casino which is said to be opening up soon. This resort provides a relaxing way to enjoy everything that The Bahamas offer. The resort has several destinations and offers its guests kayaks, paddleboards, and scuba diving and diving gear. Rates are generally pretty cheap ranging from 200 to 350 a night however, book in advance because rooms are usually booked months ahead.
7. The Sandals Royal Bahamian
Known as the number one all-inclusive resort in The Bahamas, the Sandals is one of the best ways to spend your vacation. You get 24-hour butler services, nightly entertainment, spa services that include a massage, scuba diving, kayaks, 7 pools, and you even get to take a boat to the Sandals private island that includes even more things to do. Because the resort is all-inclusive, you get everything included with just the one cost you pay when you go there. However, since everything is included prices are MUCH steeper than normal, in peak season a room can be between 1,000 and 2,000 dollars. Sandals offer lots of promotional deals though that help those who have trouble paying and in the offseason, it’s possible to get a room for 500 dollars per night.
8. Pink Sands Resort
The Pink Sands Resort is one of the more prestigious resorts and features little cottages in lush gardens of a bird sanctuary. The cottages that face the ocean have their own private paths to the beach and snorkeling and kayaking is offered daily for guests. What makes this resort really special is the pink sand beach. The sand on the beach is pink and is a marvel to behold if you ever get the chance to go there. Rates generally range from 500 to nearly 3,000 dollars per night depending on what type of room you get and if it’s peak season or not.
9. The Grand Lucayan
The Grand Lucayan is located on Grand Bahama Island and is one of the largest and most popular resorts offered. It has a full Vegas-style casino that holds tournaments yearly, professional tennis courts, daily events, a full golf course, and even sailing and swimming with dolphins. Prices here are generally cheaper than most luxury resorts. In peak season, rooms can go from 200 to 300 dollars per night but during the off-season, it is not uncommon to see prices dip almost down to 100 dollars per night.
10. The Marley Resort
The Marley Resort is very limited when it comes to how many people can stay there. With a mere 16 uniquely designed rooms and suites, a first-class spa, several restaurants, and gorgeous beach, this resort is very limited when it comes to rooms. The Marley Resort at one point was a private vacation home for the Marley family but is now open for anyone who wishes to vacation in The Bahamas. Rates are generally somewhat expensive averaging about 300 to 500 dollars per night. The only real issue is that you need to book your room months in advance because of the small number of rooms the hotel has.