Comfort Suites

A Great Family Hotel Option in Nassau

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - February 7, 2018

By Dana Niland
CJ Contributor

It’s long been one of the best places for families to stay in Nassau — and it’s getting even better.

Comfort Suites Paradise Island says it is aiming to welcome more families with children in 2018.

The all-suite hotel is offering a children’s meal incentive, allowing children 11 and under to dine free at its Crusoe’s Restaurant accompanied by paying adults, among other features geared toward families.

“With family and multi-generational travel on the rise, we invite this important segment to experience all that we have to offer,” said Director of Sales Yasmine Mills-Strachan.

“At Comfort Suites Paradise Island, we place a strong emphasis on catering to our guests’ needs, and we really want families to feel at home,” she said.

A daily complimentary full American breakfast buffet is available to all guests.

In addition to the hotel’s in-house amenities, guests also have free access to the adjacent Atlantis Paradise Island Resort with its 11 pools, three beaches and one of the largest water parks in the Caribbean.

The hotel offers options to schedule outings and activities whether guests are visiting the Bahamas on a family vacation or bringing the kids along while they attend a conference.

“An on-site tour representative is on hand to plan outings for the family, whether it be to Blue Lagoon Island; the Ardastra Gardens, Zoo and Conservation Centre; or the many other attractions that are a short distance from here,” Mills-Strachan said.

“Comfort Suites Paradise Island looks forward to keeping families together when they travel, whether it’s for business or for pleasure,” she added. “We want to make 2018 the friendliest year yet for our visiting young ones and their families.”

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