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Bahamas Hotels

Immerse yourself in island culture during a resort vacation to the Bahamas. Experience the biodiversity, check out the nightlife or simply lounge on the beach.

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French Leave Resort, Autograph Collection

French Leave Resort, Autograph Collection

Guest rating 4.9   12 Reviews
Courtyard Nassau Downtown/Junkanoo Beach

Courtyard Nassau Downtown/Junkanoo Beach

Guest rating 3.3   49 Reviews
The Cove Atlantis, Autograph Collection

The Cove Atlantis, Autograph Collection

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The Bahamas is a Caribbean island state that includes over 700 islands and cays. A popular vacation destination, visitors can find many places to visit in the Bahamas. Many guests begin to discover the area in Nassau, the capital city on Providence Island, which offers plenty of attractions for all types of visitors and is a frequent stop for cruise ships in the Caribbean Sea. Here visitors will find the famous Atlantis Paradise Island with a water park, aquarium, casino, spectacular pools, and beaches. Other tourist attractions in Nassau are the pristine Blue Lagoon Island and the many sandy beaches like Cable Beach, Love Beach, and Saunders Beach. When here, discover historic Bahamas attractions, such as Fort Fincastle and Fort Charlotte, the National Art Gallery of the Bahamas, and Government House. Another popular destination is the Grand Bahama, best known for spectacular beaches and the Lucayan National Park. Visitors can also choose among the hundreds of small islands to visit in the area, boat tours, snorkeling, swimming, kayaking, water sports, and more. With plenty of resorts and tourist areas, guests at Bahamas hotels will find many dining options, including fresh seafood, beach restaurants, and lounges to unwind with tropical cocktails.

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