Baha Mar is a thousand acres of paradise on world-famous Cable Beach near Nassau, Bahamas. The exquisite white sands are home to not one, but three luxury beach resorts: Rosewood, SLS, and Grand Hyatt.
Now, in addition to over three dozen restaurants and lounges, a convention center, an 18-hole Jack Nicklaus Royal Blue Golf Course, the Caribbean’s first and only flagship ESPA spa, more than 30 luxury boutiques, and the largest casino in the Caribbean, Baha Mar has debuted another way for visitors to play.
Baha Bay is a $200 million, 15-acre beachfront water park, exclusively available for guests at Baha Mar. It’s just as luxurious as the rest of the resort complex – with aquatic experiences for the young – and the young at heart.
Imagine the days of water-based active fun on Baha Bay’s 24 water slides, a tropical action river, group raft rides, the first ProSlide Dueling Water Coaster and FlyingSAUCER 45 in the Caribbean, what’s being called the “most spectacular wave pool” in the islands, and splash zones “for kids of all ages.”
For some visitors, the ultimate thrills will come trying your luck at the world’s only outdoor casino inside a waterpark.
Then for a change of pace, the Baha Bay Beach Club offers privacy, beachside entertaining, and chilling out. Infinity pools overlook the endless turquoise sea, and full-service private cabanas, daybeds, and poolside lounge areas make an ideal day on the beach also the most relaxing.
Baha Bay Beach Club also has a restaurant serving coastal California-inspired bites and drinks. That’s just one of Baha Bay’s breezy, beachside dining experiences. The al fresco Market includes Cleo Grill, Sam’s Crispy Chicken, Plant Nation and Chill, the famed Sugar Factory, Umami Burger, and Barracuda food trucks.
All that, wrapped up in the warmth of the Bahamian sunshine and hospitality.