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Riu Palace Paradise Island All Inclusive - Paradise Island Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Riu Palace Paradise Island All Inclusive

6307 Casino Drive, Paradise Island - Map
Hotel was good, staff was great, food was excellent,
A Traveller
The Riu Palace Paradise Island resort faces an ivory-sand beach stretching 5 km (3 miles) along the Atlantic Ocean; a casino …More
Breezes Resort Bahamas All Inclusive - Nassau Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Breezes Resort Bahamas All Inclusive

West Bay Street, Nassau - Map
"Superb Staff"
Our family of 8, ranging in age from 25 - 90! We can't rave enough about the staff, Marvin and Oscar took care of us like we were their own family. They know everyone by name! Funky D and the Breezes band were fabulous with a huge repertoire. Great entertainment for all of us. Can't wait to return!
Traveller from Houston
This activity-packed resort stands along the white sands of Cable Beach, across from the Cable Beach Golf Club; Ardastra …More
Orange Hill Beach Inn - Nassau Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Orange Hill Beach Inn

West Bay Street, Nassau - Map
"Comfortable, Clean, Buses make it a great location"
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Orange Hill. It was a little off the beaten path near the airport and away from the resorts. The beach right accross the street is a little shy on sand but quite beautiful. The pool was not heated, so we swam in the ocean. The rooms and common areas were clean, cozy, and comfortable. We had a great time with this Inn as our launching spot. We spent a lot of time going to different beaches by bus. The bus goes right past the Inn and seems to run every 10 minutes all day until 7pm, maybe later. There are a few sights within a short walk. We thought the cave was neat, pirates used to live there. There are 2 restaurants about a 10 minute walk from the hotel. A 3 star hotel that gets my approval rating of 5 stars.
Traveller from Texas
Nestled on the beach, this Nassau hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Crystal Palace Casino, Cable Beach, and Caves Beach …More
Meliá Nassau Beach - All Inclusive - Nassau Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Meliá Nassau Beach - All Inclusive

1 West Bay Street - Cable Street, Nassau - Map
Had a great time. Would definitely recommend this resort to friends and would like to return there in the future
Traveller from Sacramento Ca
This all-inclusive resort is located on the white sands of Cable Beach along the Atlantic, offering the relaxation of water …More
Sandals Royal Bahamian All Inclusive Resort - Couples Only - Nassau Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

Sandals Royal Bahamian All Inclusive Resort - Couples Only

West Bay Street, Nassau - Map
"A little bit of paradise"
Crystal clear waters, beautiful beaches, great food, staff and facilities.
A Traveller
Sandals Royal Bahamian All Inclusive Resort - Couples Only is minutes away from excellent duty-free shopping in Downtown …More

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    Nassau All Inclusive Hotel Guide

    Spend an afternoon seaside in a lounge chair with an umbrella drink, your favorite novel, and the tide kissing your feet. You could stay beachside in Nassau all day, if you wanted. Then again, you might want to enjoy the warm waters of the Bahamas with an undersea snorkeling adventure. Once you don the fins and mask, you’ll be able to glide through the shallows with a grace you can’t replicate on land. Sometimes, it’s nice to have your interactions with the sea life to be mutually engaging, like having a swim with the dolphins. And when the day is done, complete your ocean playdate by capping off the day with a sunset cruise. This is Caribbean living, after all.

    What island is Nassau on?

    Nassau is found on New Providence, just across the harbor from Paradise Island. When the actual name of the place is Paradise, you just know it’s going to be a vacation to remember. With 700 islands, the Bahamas is a coral reef that stretches from just off the Florida coast to Hispaniola in the Greater Antilles. New Providence and Paradise Islands are sheltered from rougher seas by its neighbors and are located in the middle of the archipelago. With powdery sand beaches and turquoise waters, Nassau is a painting of a tropical utopia come to life and the most popular travel destination in the Bahamas. Staying at one of the all-inclusive hotels in Nassau, Bahamas such as the Breezes Resort is the best way to experience this living postcard.

    What is there to do in Nassau at night?

    Just because you’ve spent your time sunning on the beach, chasing par on a championship golf course, and bargain hunting at a local boutique, doesn’t mean your day is over. Your nights can be equally occupied—or relaxing. Your call. You can roll the dice and share a table with Lady Luck in Atlantis, the largest casino in the entire Caribbean; dance like no one is looking at an island nightclub; or trade in the fruity daytime cocktail for a proper pint at a Nassau bar. For a slower-paced evening, enjoy a fresh seafood dinner at an award-winning eatery such as Nobu or Dune; share a glass of wine with that special someone; or simply take a stroll on the beach under the canopy of stars. Some Nassau all-inclusive hotels like the popular Sandals Royal Bahamian couples-only resort let you do all of the above without even leaving the property.

    How do you get from Paradise Island to downtown Nassau?

    Some of the best all-inclusive hotels in Nassau are located across the harbor on Paradise Island. If you want to get downtown from there, you have a few options. By cab, car, or bicycle, you can take the Sidney Poitier or the Mackey Street Bridge. There is also a ferry that will drop you off right in the heart of Nassau’s central district, close to shops, restaurants, and art galleries. Not that you could ever fill up on relaxing beach days, fun on the water, and the spa at your resort, but a trip to downtown will introduce you to another aspect of Bahama’s history, culture, and lifestyle.

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