Caribbean Classics

The Jewel of Baha Mar Resort Rosewood Baha Mar, Baha Mar Resort, Nassau, Bahamas uxurious and low-key, Rosewood Baha Mar is undoubtedly the most lavish of the three resorts in the Bahamian capital’s sprawling Baha Mar Resort development. The 12-storey British Colonial-style haven presides over Cable Beach, staffed by a team that delivers top-notch service from the moment you arrive at Lynden Pindling International Airport (you'll check in at the resort’s private lounge) to when you retreat poolside, where butlers offer sunscreen and chilled towels. Outside the refined confines of the Rosewood Resort lies the wider attractions of Baha Mar Resort, whilst within guests are exclusively pampered by its own amenities, which include a pair of pools, five bars and restaurants and Sense, A Rosewood Spa. Should you venture forth, you can dine at any of Baha Mar’s 40 other dining and drinking venues, where payment is as simple as signing to your room. The décor and vibe is a mixture of British and classic Bahamian within local touches reflected in an extensive collection of local art, room numbers that feature hand-woven Bahamian straw and, on arrival, glasses of Sky Juice, a local gin-andcondensed-milk cocktail. Rooms have the feel of a sophisticated beach house. One-bedroom suites and higher categories come with butler service. Beyond simply unpacking your suitcase or making dinner reservations, the butlers do everything from prepare cocktails to draw an evening bath. For the ultimate indulgence there are also four villas (three three-bedrooms and one six-bedroom), which boast perks like pools and added privacy.