Nassau is the capital and largest city of tropical Bahamas and was founded in the seventeenth century by the British, and later occupied briefly by the Spaniards, Dutch, and United States. Pirates challenged government rule under the "Privateers Republic" lead by Edward Teach better known as Blackbeard. Steeped in history, featuring a unique blend of modernity and a laid back lifestyle, picturesque buildings, lush wildlife, conservation grounds, pirate museums, and of course fantastic resorts and beaches guarantee that guests in Nassau hotels will have a unique and memorable experience.
Hotels Nassau like the Wyndham Nassau has hosted important conventions such as the 2012 Conference and the Convention on Biological Diversity.
The Bahamas are home to several mouth-watering local dishes and guests in hotels in Nassau have a variety of restaurants to suit every budget. Have dinner at the Cafe Matisse for a blend of local and Italian food.
Take a tour of the Pirates Museum for some fascinating recreations of a pirate town, a working pirate ship, and some real artifacts.
Visit the Straw market and haggle over the price of souvenirs or go to Potters' Cay under the Paradise Island Bridge: an amazing market place most famous for its fresh fish.
Fishing, golf, soccer, and cricket are pretty popular and guests in Nassau hotels have access to the One & Only Ocean Club's PGA-quality course.