The Launch of Baha Mar

Beach, Casino, Eat, Repeat. Living on the East Coast and looking for a quick weekend getaway or a family friendly resort? Look no further than Baha Mar. A few acres of luxury, fun and sun. The resort has all you need within one property. Below I've compiled my honest review of the resort + restaurants on property (and off).  See where to stay, and more importantly where to eat below.

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To Stay.

Grand Hyatt: Stay here for the pools and a Vegas-like experience. The moment I walked into the resort, it screamed Vegas. The lobby and hotel decor look almost identical to The Wynn. It takes a long time to walk from one side of the resort to the other. The entire lobby is a casino. The hotel does have some chic and delicious restaurants like Katsuya. Vegas isn't for me, so I would reccomend staying at The SLS (or Rosewood- once it opens). Since Baha Mar recently opened, service was OK. Hopefully it will get better in the coming months. If you do choose to stay at the Grand Hyatt, check out the eSpa. It is beautiful and the crystal showers are not to miss! 

SLS: Seafront luxury style hotel. Has a more quaint and "boutique-y" vibe with poolside beats. All that you'd expect from a new SLS. 

Rosewood: Not yet opened... but from what I saw, I am sure it will be super chic. 


To Eat.

Cafe Matisse: My favorite restaurant in Bahamas. Charming outdoor courtyard that is uber romantic. Come here for a beautiful atmosphere paired with delicious Italian food. 

Cleo: Yummy Mediterranean located in the lobby of SLS. Enjoy sharable plates, mezzes, flatbreads and handcrafted cocktails in a warm and intimate, yet energetic atmosphere.

Katsuya: Not as good as their LA restaurant, but the crab hand rolls don't disappoint.

 


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