Royal Caribbean is moving ahead with its planned Royal Beach Club development in The Bahamas.
The beach club will be set on 17 acres at the far end of Paradise Island; the project was just approved by the government of The Bahamas.
“The Bahamas has been a phenomenal partner since the very start, when they became our first port of call more than 50 years ago,” said Michael Bayley, president and CEO, Royal Caribbean International. “As we continue to bring millions of visitors to experience attractions throughout Nassau each year, The Royal Beach Club at Paradise Island is the next bold adventure in Royal Caribbean’s commitment to both increasing tourism in The Bahamas and delivering memorable vacations to our guests.”
The new club will include private cabanas, pools and what Royal Caribbean called “local architecture that complements the exceptional views of The Bahamas’ turquoise-blue waters and white sand beaches.”
In what is being billed as a first-of-its-kind agreement, the agreement ensures that a share of the profits from the club return to the government and people of The Bahamas.
The Royal Beach Club at Paradise Island is slated to open in 2025.
For more, visit Royal Caribbean.