It’s one of the most highly-anticipated hotel openings in The Bahamas in years: the new Goldwynn Resort and Residences, set to debut on Nassau’s Cable Beach early next year.
The new Goldwynn, a residential resort that’s set on the white sands of Cable Beach, is planning to welcome its first guests in February.
That includes a Feb. 1 opening date, according to the property’s Web site.
It’s a different kind of resort for one of the Caribbean’s most popular destination, with a residential concept that means space and comfort typically reserved for condominiums in a luxury package — along with in-suite kitchens.
That ranges from 530-square-foot studios to the stunning 1,950-square-foot Goldwynn Suite.
There will be four dining concepts: the signature restaurant, OIA, a Mediterranean-Peruvian-Japanese fusion eatery; the bar and entertainment lounge called Bar Paul; Amara, a “Bahamian delicatessen on the terrace; and Atria, a sleek coffee lounge.
There will also be in-room dining, from light bites to full meals.
The resort is billing itself as a new kind of destination: the Riviera Bahama, with a “new beachfront Bahamian resort that celebrates the luxury of leisure.”
That’s along with a signature spa called Rhizophora and a state-of-the-art fitness center powered by Technogym.
The resort is the brainchild of the Wynn Group of Companies, a family-run company out of Canada.
It’s another significant boost for a destination that has been at the pinnacle of the Caribbean’s tourism rebound, buoyed by the Atlantis and the Baha Mar.
For more, visit the Goldwynn Resort.