Two major resorts in Nassau are reopening their doors this week, The Bahamas.
The Rosewood Baha Mar and SLS Baha Mar resorts, both set on Nassau’s Cable Beach, will both be reopening on March 4, Caribbean Journal has confirmed.
The 299-room SLS Baha Mar is one of just two SLS hotels in the Caribbean, along with the newly-opened SLS Cancun.
The 237-room Rosewood Baha Mar is one of just three open Rosewood resorts in the Caribbean, including Rosewood Mayakoba and Rosewood Little Dix Bay in the British Virgin Islands. (A fourth, Rosewood Le Guanahani in St Barth, will likely make its debut later this year).
The relaunch of the two Nassau resorts will complete the reopening of the Baha Mar megaresort; the complex’s largest property, the Grand Hyatt Baha Mar, officially relaunched in December 2020.
The vast majority of the property’s amenities and attractions are open, from its massive casino to the Jack Nicklaus-designed Royal Blue golf course.
The Bahamas is open for tourism; you can find more on the country’s travel protocols for visitors here.
The Baha Mar is providing testing for all travelers on site.