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The Bahamas’ Newest Luxury Resort Officially Debuts in Nassau 

Nassau’s first luxury residential resort has officially opened its doors on Cable Beach in The Bahamas. 

The new Goldwynn Resorts and Residences is now open on a spectacular stretch of the island’s most famous beach. 

The hotel, part of the Small Luxury Hotels portfolio, has a total of 81 residential-style rooms, with a mix of studios, one, two and three-bedroom suites and another three “Edge” suites. 

It’s led by the Goldwynn Suite, with 1,940 square feet of interior space, three balconies, two terraces and 270 degrees of ocean views. 

Nassau Luxury Resort

“At Goldwynn Resort, we are dedicated to providing the best in-luxury service and an experience that mirrors a contemporary island-living philosophy,” said Paul Wynn, of Wynn Hospitality, developer of the Goldwynn Resort and Residences. “Matched with our private yet prime location, guests are encouraged to immerse themselves and appreciate the aspects of Bahamian culture from cuisine and art to nature both on-property and within the surrounding destination.”

Culinary options at the resort include Amara, the open-air eatery on the property’s infinity pool deck; Atria, a casual-fare eatery; and Bar Paul, a bar and lounge. 

In March, the hotel will debut a signature restaurant called OIA, featuring Mediterranean and Japanese fusion cuisine. 

Next month, the resort also debuts its Rhizophora Spa.

For more, visit the Goldwynn Resort.

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