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One of the things we loved most was the variety of places to eat. We stayed in the West Tower and had easy access to all the food of the main lobby. The best place to eat was Olives and we ate there a few times during our stay. Carmine's is really good, but it is family style so for two people there ...
Everything was very good the hotel staff very friendly
Nov 21 - Nov 22
The resort was clean and the staff was pleasant. Only 1 bar outside and no swim up bars.
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Vibrant, tropical Nassau swallows up much of New Providence Island and marches to its own beat. A rich blend of cultures has emerged out the other side of the dark days of pirates and slaves. Rent a car and drive over Sir Sidney Poitier Bridge to explore the aptly named Paradise Island.
If you’re thinking of renting a car in Nassau, you may a few questions on your mind. Here, we answer a few of the most important ones:
The minimum legal age to rent a car is 18; however, most companies don’t rent to those under 21. You will need to pay a young person’s surcharge if you are aged between 21 and 25 years old.
At a minimum, rental cars are insured with basic Third-Party insurance. You will have options to increase your insurance by purchasing a Collision Damage Waiver at an additional surcharge. You can then choose a deductible or opt for zero deductible.
Your rental company will provide you with an emergency number which you can call for roadside assistance in the unlikely event that your rental car breaks down.
Yes. All car rental companies offer a range of infant and child restraints and most can also rent you GPS systems at an additional fee. Additional drivers can also be added so you can share the driving.
Nassau was shaped by pirates and bootleggers, slaves and sailors. Discover the history of the city, or head to the beach for some tropical fun in the sun. Here are some of the top spots Nassau has to offer.
Take a step back in time at the colonial Graycliffe Hotel and sample local rum, cigars and fine chocolates. And for even more rum, don’t miss the 18th-century John Watling's Distillery. Pick up some traditional crafts at the Straw Market, or delve into the fascinatingly murky history of Nassau’s buccaneers at the Pirates of Nassau Museum.
Drive over the bridge from Nassau to the tiny, perfectly formed Paradise Island. This is the place for great swathes of beach, plenty of space to play golf, and a laid-back atmosphere. This charming island is also where you’ll find the Aquaventure aquatic center, one of the top family attractions in the Nassau area.
Drive 10 miles from Central Nassau to hit the island’s western district, home to some of the island’s loveliest beach, including the dreamy Love Beach. Small resorts dot the pretty coastline here, and this area makes for a more tranquil base than bustling Nassau. Take the chance to go fishing or kayaking on Lake Killarney.