By the Caribbean Journal staff
Emerald Bay, one of the most beautiful stretches of sand in The Bahamas, is about to get an injection of energy.
Great Exuma’s Grand Isle Resort and Spa is debuting a new beach club and restaurant, The 23 North Beach Club, on March 1.
The new eatery and lounge will mean a new way to stay on Emerald Bay’s sugar-white sands, including cabanas, day beds, lounge chairs and an indoor and outdoor bar and eatery.
Most notably, the club adds a second pool to the Grand Isle complex.
“We want 23 North to be a haven for guests looking to immerse themselves in exceptional luxury experience while also enjoying the natural beauty of the Caribbean,” said Lester Scott, Managing Director of Grand Isle Resort & Spa. “The resort is always looking for ways to enhance and uphold our high service standards, so we look forward to 23 North becoming one of Exuma’s most popular luxury beach club.”
The hotel said it would also provide sea plane arrivals to the beach club for its brunch experience, while boaters can dock their yachts at Emerald Bay’s marina.
And yes, it will be open for day passes for travelers staying elsewhere on the island.