A Great Place to Stay on Long Island in The Bahamas

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It’s another kind of island: pristine, untouched, remarkably beautiful.

The 80-mile-long Long Island in The Bahamas is one of the region’s frontier destinations — a haven for beach lovers and fishermen, a sanctuary for those in search of serene retreat.

Perhaps no hotel better exemplifies the Long Island vibe, though, than Gems at Paradise, a collection of 10 units ranging from balcony rooms to condo rooms to large two-bedroom suites.

All of the amenities you want are here — beach chairs, free kayaks, a (very welcome) honor bar and snack bar and even the option for meal plans if you want an even more convenient experience.

It’s a classic Out Islands hotel — an authentic, warm place to stay that emphasizes the enjoyment of the natural environment that makes these Bahamian wonders just so special.

And there is just so much to enjoy, from the spectacle that is Lochabar Beach to the nearby Dean’s Blue Hole to a veritable haven for birdwatchers, all just a stone’s throw from the property.

And did we mention some of the Bahamas’ best deep sea fishing?

In other words, this is a place for explorers.

For more info, visit Gems at Paradise.

— CJ