Nassau, the Bahamian capital is a thriving city with a cosmopolitan culture underpinned by its colourful history. Here old world charm meets 21st century glamour. Glitzy hotels rub shoulders with pretty pink and white stucco historic buildings that serve as a reminder of the country’s British heritage. Duty-free shops, bustling bars and swish restaurants offer a sophisticated alternative to the away-from-it-all ambience of the neighbouring Out Islands.
The island is home to a well-balanced mix of hotels including the colonial splendour of the British Colonial Hilton which takes us to a bygone age dating back to 1695.
For gourmet enthusiasts there is the Graycliff Hotel, a charming 260 year old Georgian mansion home to one of the top restaurants and largest wine cellars in the Caribbean. For a home from home atmosphere the quaint Orange Hill Beach Inn or Dillet’s Guesthouse are ideal.
Paradise Island, connected to the mainland by two bridges is a holiday playground with every taste catered for from the magnificence of Atlantis to the sumptuous luxury of One&Only Ocean Club.
For families there is the self catering option of Bay View Village set within stunning tropical gardens or Comfort Suites, a modern hotel offering all junior suite accommodation. The island boasts idyllic white-sand beaches a challenging golf course, an impressive marina and plenty of restaurants, shops and sporting facilities.
Stay 4 nights for the price of 3 at Atlantis from £797* per person.
Stay 7 nights for the price of 6 OR 14 nights for the price of 12 at Bay View Village, prices from £857* per person and at Comfort Suites from £956* per person.
Discover the World, one of the UK’s leading specialist tour operators and the only one with a dedicated Bahamas programme, brings you some outstanding special offers for holidays on Nassau and Paradise Island. Visit their website for more details: http://www.discover-the-bahamas.co.uk/NASSAU/default.aspx or call 01737 218803.Reuse content