This fall, Nassau Paradise Island offers family travelers warm days, less crowds, Bahamian culture and new events and promotions bound to provide lasting memories for your family. Traveling to the island this fall means more excitement with a culinary festival and free nights at renowned resorts.
At Atlantis Paradise Island, indulge in new culinary experiences and events this fall. This month, Chef Adrien Delcourt from Paris’s Jules Verne Restaurant introduces new dishes to Café Martinique, reflecting his Parisian background. Check out the bar for a new absinthe cocktail list, redefined lounge dishes and outdoor seating overlooking the Atlantis Marina.
Later, head to The Dilly Club, a new upscale specialty coffeehouse by day and cocktail lounge by night at Marina Village. Staff double as baristas and mixologists, curating each drink with the finest ingredients and details.
In December, Paranza, led by Chef Michael White, opens at The Cove. The menu features ocean-inspired Italian dishes with an emphasis on seafood.
This year, Baha Mar hosts The Bahamas Culinary & Arts Festival, kicking off with a welcome party hosted by Marcus Samuelsson and a Boyz II Men concert on Oct. 21. Throughout the weekend, enjoy culinary and art installations, including cooking demonstrations, new exhibits for local artists and a grand dine-around showcase celebrating the destination’s restaurants, bars and cafés.
SLS Baha Mar launches a partnership with 818 Tequila, an award-winning, hand-crafted brand by Kendall Jenner. The Resort will open 818 Shack, an elevated, Tulum-style cocktail lounge featuring hand-crafted cocktails, Mexican-inspired bites, weekly DJ performances and a vibrant atmosphere.
Join in on the fun with your family at Grand Hyatt Baha Mar with the Paradise Awaits offer, featuring 25 percent off bookings made before Oct. 15, for and travel now through Dec. 20. Enjoy rounds of golf, tennis matches, eight pools, water activities and unique wildlife sanctuaries.
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