Grand Hyatt Hotel at Baha Mar, Nassau, Bahamas - water paradise! - Turning left for less (2023)

This is part of a series of articles about the Virgin press trip that I went on to celebrate the start of their flights to Nassau.

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Location

Baha Mar is situated on Cable Beach and consists of three hotels, the SLS, Rosewood, and Grand Hyatt. Baha Mar covers 1,000 acres and has over 2,300 rooms and more than 40 restaurants and lounges. It also boasts the largest casino in the Caribbean, a state-of-the-art convention center, an 18-hole Jack Nicklaus Royal Blue Golf Course, the Caribbean’s first and only flagship ESPA spa, a brand new $200 million Baha Bay luxury water park, and over 30 luxury retail outlets.

It’s around 15 minutes to the airport and slightly less to downtown Nassau.

Check-in

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The Grand Hyatt is split into two towers with a reception area for each but we checked in at the main reception. It has a feel of Vegas with a large fish tank behind the reception desk. Instead of a key, you get a wristband that allows you to use the water park and enter your room. This is a good idea as you are unlikely to lose your key. However, as we all found, that means you can’t remember your room number when you go to charge your drinks at the bar! They do give you a slip of paper with it on, but, of course, most of us forgot to take it with us!

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The receptionist also recommended the Baha Mar app which you definitely need as it’s a large resort and it takes a while to get your bearings! You can download it if you want to explore the hotel before booking as the interactive map has 360° photos of many areas.

Even the lift areas are something special!

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The room

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I had an Ocean View Queen Room which came with a Juliet balcony which had quite the view of most of the resort.

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The room was slightly different from what I would usually expect at Grand Hyatt and had a clean minimalist feel in neutral colours. There was also a resort vibe with the wooden shutters over the wardrobes, wicker lights, and coconut (I think) pictures. Room decor varies between the two towers with some rooms having more of a Vegas vibe.

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The room included everything you would expect from a five-star hotel, a plush robe and slippers, a Keurig coffee & tea maker, iron and ironing boards, and an in-room safe. As well as effective air conditioning there was also a fan which is great if you prefer not to have the air con on. At the time of year I was there (December) the high temperature was around 26c.

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There was plenty of water provided in the room and some coconut water and sweets as a gift. The bed was just the right amount of soft for me and the rooms were quiet during the night.

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Beside the bed was a handy tablet with all the information you needed and it was easy to turn off if you didn’t want the extra light. You could read newspapers on it and even connect your own speakers to it.

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The bathroom was modern, again with a beachy resort feel. There was no bath, just a large rainhead shower. Toiletries were by Balmain and of great quality with a light unisex fragrance. I took the body lotion with me it was so good!

Food and drink

One of the great things about staying at the Grand Hyatt is you have access to the whole of the Baha Mar complex which has 40 bars and restaurants to choose from. They range from a food truck by the beach or an ice cream shop to fine dining restaurants.

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I ate a different course at three of their restaurants.

Shuang Ba

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This is a Chinese restaurant that feels sophisticated and elegant. Here I sampled some delicious dim sum and I really didn’t want to tear myself away to the next restaurant.

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They do a good range of Chinese favourites including their specialty Peking duck which sounds amazing!

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Costa

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This is not the Costa that serves coffee but instead a “coastal” version of modern Mexican cuisine. It had a really stunning setting surrounded by water in the gardens of the Rosewood.

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Food portions were generous and beautifully presented. I loved the beautifully cooked spiny lobster with the creamy rice and chorizo.

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We also had the roasted cauliflower with Pipián sauce which was yummy. I’d never tried Pipián sauce before but I liked it as it was full of flavour with all the spices but not too hot. Pipián sauce is thickened with ground pumpkin seeds.

KATSUYA by Starck

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We finished at Katsuya led by Master sushi chef Katsuya Uechi. The restaurant combines Japanese flavors with local ingredients in sushi, sashimi, wagyu beef, seafood prepared on the charcoal robata, or Katsuya’s tasting menu. The restaurant’s striking design is the handiwork of design icon Philippe Starck.

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The Gen (Fireball) was a chocolate sphere with caramel chocolate mousse, coffee ice cream, coffee mousse, crumble, cocoa nibs and Japanese whiskey. It’s served with the Japanese whiskey to pour over the top, gently melting the sphere and brought a sense of theatre to the table. I also enjoyed the L’ici strawberry “akari” which was a light, fresh dessert with poached strawberry, lemon meringue, strawberry sorbet, fromage blanc spuma and red wine reduction syrup.

Marcus at Baha Mar Fish + Chop House

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If I had been staying longer I definitely would have tried Marcus at Baha Mar as it was situated beachside and looked lovely. There’s also a rooftop bar. The restaurant is a celebration of Chef Marcus Samuelsson’s groundbreaking culinary legacy as a six-time James Beard Award-winning Chef.

The menu featured locally and sustainably caught seafood, fresh produce, and premium dry-aged cuts of steak. The restaurant has lots of different areas with an open grill kitchen, seafood display station, bar and cocktail lounge, wine bar, outdoor patio, outdoor garden, outdoor terrace and private dining room.

Café Boulud

This would also have been on my list of must-eats. Café Boulud offers the glamour of traditional French cuisine combined with a neighborhood café and is led by the globally recognised Chef Daniel Boulud

The Library

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I also loved the look of the library with its traditional colonial decor. It may also have been the champagne trolley that caught my attention!

Skybar

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This outdoor/indoor rooftop bar is the place to be seen so make sure you make a reservation for one of the tables around the edges. A DJ plays later in the night and the cocktails were great! I loved the greenery and lanterns everywhere.

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Breakfast

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Breakfast was served at Regatta and was buffet-style. It was on the scale of a Vegas buffet for sure! Here staff served you the food when you went up, presumably due to Covid. Coffee and tea were served at the table by friendly, efficient waitresses.

I loved the breakfast here with so much to choose from such as Mexican specialties, traditional breakfast, roasted ham cut for you, and much more. Despite the hotel being at almost full capacity it didn’t feel too crowded even at peak times.

Pools, beaches and waterpark

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If you are a water baby this is definitely the place for you with a vast expanse of white sand beach set against the turquoise blue sea as well as 7 pools, 4 hot tubs and an entire waterpark!

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My favourite was the Dean’s Blue Hole pool which had a mini cliff you could jump off and a “grotto/cave” where you could swim past the sharks!

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I also loved the elegance and peach and quiet of the Reflections pool which is surrounded by private cabanas to hire.

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Next to the Reflections pool is the Fortune pool.

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Finally, the Drift pool has brightly coloured striped beach huts, loungers in the water, and shaded pavilions with plenty of loungers.

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The beaches here are beautiful and each hotel has its own area of the beach. Service was good with beach attendants to find you a chair and plenty of bar staff to bring you a drink or a snack. There were also lots of food trucks/shacks right by it if you wanted more choice.

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The jetty was also a lovely feature.

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The waterpark had everything you would expect from the more sedate wave pool and lazy river to the adrenalin-filled water slides. There’s even a surf pool if you want to try out surfing before venturing out into open water to do it.

Spa and other facilities

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The resort has a huge amount to offer and you could easily spend a week without leaving the hotel without being board. There’s a 100,000-square-foot casino with 1,140 slots and 119 table games, a 30,000-square-foot ESPA Spa and high-end retail shops.

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The beach offers water sports, plus there’s The Racquet Club at Baha Mar, and a Jack Nicklaus Signature Design golf course.

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In the evenings there is a lake of fire show outside and even some flamingos!

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The gardens through the grounds are also beautifully tropical and a pleasure to stroll around.

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Booking

I travelled with Virgin Atlantic Holidays – you can check prices here.

Baha Mar offer a Travel with Confidence Program which pledges that should a resort guest first test positive during their stay, Baha Mar will facilitate their quarantine with courtesy accommodations and a daily in-room dining credit of $150 per registered guest per day, for up to 14 days or until the guest receives a negative COVID-19 result. You can book direct here.

If you wanted to use World of Hyatt points for the Grand Hyatt, it costs between 17,000 and 23,ooo points a night. You could also consider using a Hyatt Prive agent such as our partners, GTC as they can offer extra perks:

  • Early check-in priority, based on availability
  • Room upgrade priority on availability (excludes non-suites to suites)
  • Daily full breakfast credit for two
  • Connecting room priority, based on availability
  • Welcome amenity – $50 – $100 property credit (valid for certain incidentals)
  • Late check-out priority, subject to availability

Prices start around £285 a night in low season.

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Conclusion

The Grand Hyatt has so much on-site, it’s great for a lazy break in the sun. The beach there is beautiful and there are so many pools that there’s never going to be an issue getting a sun lounger. I liked the fact that you had two other hotels next door and so many restaurants to choose from. If you wanted to head somewhere a little quieter, Rosewood had plenty of bars and restaurants to hang out in. The decor was quite glitzy Vegas in the casino and reception public areas which may not suit everyone, but the rest of the resort is beautifully done.

FAQs

How much is a bottle of water at Baha Mar? ›

Bring your bottled water with you to restaurants

Some restaurants only serve bottled water (that's right, no tap water!) and it costs $15 a bottle! To save at meals, bring the bottled water from your room to the restaurant.

Is Baha Mar owned by China? ›

Baha Mar is a 1,000-acre (400 ha) resort complex on the island of New Providence in The Bahamas. Owned by Hong Kong-based Chow Tai Fook Enterprises, the establishment opened in April 2017.

Can you drink the water in Baha Mar? ›

Yes, tap water is generally considered to be safe for drinking in the Bahamas. However, if you have a sensitive constitution, you may want to stick to bottled or boiled water. Also, tap water in the Bahamas leaves a strange aftertaste.

How much is it a night at Baha Mar? ›

How much is a room at Grand Hyatt Baha Mar? Prices may fluctuate based on room type, dates, and availability. You can find great room deals for Grand Hyatt Baha Mar at the moment between $349 and $734 a night. Enter preferred dates in the form above to see the best-matched deals for you.

Is water free at Baha Mar? ›

Water in your room is FREE.

Do you get free drinks at Baha Mar Casino? ›

Yes drinks are complimentary while gambling, even Crown Royal.

Is there a dress code at Baha Mar? ›

Dress Code: Smart Casual : Please refrain from wearing exercise or beach attire. Covered shoes and sleeved shirts are required for gentlemen, in addition to long trousers in the evening. Baha Mar dining venues reserve the right to charge a cancellation fee for "no-show" reservations.

Are Baha Mar pools heated? ›

Book Grand Hyatt Baha Mar

Great resort! The pools are heated and the water feels fantastic!

Is Baha Mar owned by Disney? ›

"Disney owns everything. Here with Baha Mar there are so many moving parts. As you're building and designing you want to align everyone's interests and get people to play together in a constructive way. At Disney, there was only one way the property ran.

How much do you tip a Baha Mar? ›

Tipping in Bahamas in restaurants & bars

Plan to tip around 10-15% in Bahamian restaurants.

Why is the water in The Bahamas so turquoise? ›

The Caribbean is such a light a shade of blue due to the tendency of the Caribbean coast to scatter sunlight. The fact that the sand is light colored and the water is relatively shallow also makes the water appear turquoise.

What time is the fountain show at Baha Mar? ›

The Baha Mar show fountains will take your breath away. Enjoy them nightly from 8-9:30pm.

Do you have to be vaccinated to go to the Bahamas? ›

Entry Requirements: Vaccinated Travellers. I have been fully vaccinated for COVID-19, do I need to take a RT-PCR or Rapid Antigen Test to travel to The Bahamas? Effective 19 June 2022, fully vaccinated travellers are no longer required to submit to pre-travel COVID-19 testing to enter the country.

Can you use credit cards at Baha Mar? ›

Yes, it is cash-less. You have a choice to pay by credit card or charge to the room.

How far is Baha Mar from airport? ›

Baha Mar is located only 10 minutes from the Lynden Pindling International airport.

Can you use all pools at Baha Mar? ›

The fun doesn't end there though as the hotel also boast 6 pools, each with their own character, that are open to all Baha Mar campus guests. The pools feature either day beds, in pool chaise lounge, or cabanas with a private depository safe for extra exclusivity, security and privacy.

Do you need water shoes in The Bahamas? ›

Water shoes are useful for just about any water activity you can think of, especially when going to secluded beaches, like those located in the out islands in The Bahamas. You can rent these, but it's more economical to take your own, if you have them.

How many pools does Grand Hyatt Baha Mar have? ›

The Pools at the Grand Hyatt Baha Mar

The Grand Hyatt Baha Mar's website boasts six pools, though in person I would have guessed there are even more than that as the pool complex is quite extensive.

Is there Uber in Nassau Bahamas? ›

No, Nassau does not – nor does any part of the Bahamas have Uber. Shocking as that might be to a traveller (at least to us), Nassau- or any part of the Bahamas simply does not operate with rideshare apps like Uber or Lyft.

What time do pools close at Baha Mar? ›

Bar service, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Lifeguard on duty, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Pools are closed from dusk to dawn. The pools are reserved for the exclusive enjoyment of Rosewood Baha Mar guests.

Do you have to wear a mask in Nassau Bahamas? ›

As of October 1, 2022, masks are no longer required in public spaces in The Bahamas.

How much is a taxi from Baha Mar to downtown Nassau? ›

The quickest way to get from Baha Mar to Nassau is to taxi which costs $40 - $50 and takes 11 min.

Do taxis in Nassau take credit cards? ›

Taking a taxi cab

It's easy to find a metered taxi cab in the main destinations such as Nassau, Freeport, and Paradise Island. Most taxi cab drivers, however, don't accept credit cards, so you'll have to be ready with some Bahamian dollars and small change.

Does Baha Mar have an aquarium? ›

Inside the pool cave where you can see an aquarium with sharks and stingrays.

Do you need to tip in Bahamas? ›

How much is customary? Many restaurants in the Bahamas will automatically add a 15% gratuity to your bill. If there is a service charge on your bill there is no need to leave an additional tip, however, if you receive exceptional service and wish to add more, this is at your discretion.

What time do pools open at Grand Hyatt Baha Mar? ›

Our pools and beach facilities open at 8:00 a.m. and close at sunset daily. We look forward to welcoming you in February. Best regards.

Is there a swim up bar at Baha Mar? ›

In-pool seating, a swim-up bar, day beds and full-service cabanas—the Fortune pool has it all. Johan S Friberg and 867 others like this.

Do you need a passport to go to Baha Mar? ›

Entry, Exit and Visa Requirements

U.S. citizens are generally required to present a valid U.S. passport when traveling to The Bahamas, as well as proof of anticipated departure from The Bahamas. Those traveling to The Bahamas on a cruise may use another Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative (WHTI) compliant document.

How deep are the pools at Baha Mar? ›

Planning an Island Resort

Our recreation is a 13,000-square-foot pool with a depth that reaches more than 10 feet (a far cry from its 663-foot-deep namesake).

Who is Baha Mar owned by? ›

Izmirlian announces an ambitious plan to use the site to develop the Baha Mar casino and resort with joint venture partners Harrah's Entertainment and Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide.

Is it rude not to tip at all-inclusive resorts? ›

When we receive great service, we want to show our appreciation with a tip. For many, it's just the polite thing to do. So while it is not expected and you do not have to, you will notice that tipping is normal at all-inclusive resorts.

How much should I bring to tip all-inclusive? ›

How Much Do You Tip at All-Inclusive Resorts? For a one-week stay at an all-inclusive resort, a couple should budget to spend about $150 US (or the local currency equivalent) total in tips. This means that you should bring about $20 in small bills with you to spend on tips throughout the day.

Are US dollars accepted in Bahamas? ›

If you are traveling from the US, there is no need to change your money. US dollars are used as readily as Bahamian Dollars in the bahamas and are equal in value. If you are coming from another country, it's wise to change your money before you get to the bahamas.

Where is the bluest water in the Bahamas? ›

Exuma, Bahamas

All islands in the Bahamas have clear waters, but the Exumas have stunning sapphire blue waters, whose brilliant colors are visible from outer space.

Where is the clearest water in the world? ›

The Weddell Sea has been claimed by scientists to have the clearest waters of any ocean in the world.

Is the water in the Bahamas really blue? ›

This MODIS image of blue water in the Caribbean Sea looks blue because the sunlight is scattered by the water molecules. Near the Bahama Islands, the lighter aqua colors are shallow water where the sunlight is reflecting off of the sand and reefs near the surface.

How do you get club access at Grand Hyatt Baha Mar? ›

You can gain access to the Grand Club via Hyatt Globalist status, using an Explorist lounge pass, using extra points (3k) on top of your paid rate, or by paying extra cash when you reserve your room (depending on the time of year, lounge access can be an additional $50 – $100 per night).

What does Bahamas consider fully vaccinated? ›

What vaccines are recognized by The Bahamas to be considered “fully vaccinated”? The Bahamas Government (Ministry of Health) will only be accepting vaccinations by Moderna, Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson and AstraZeneca at this time.

What currency does Bahamas use? ›

The official currency for the Bahamas is the Bahamian Dollar. The $ symbol is used for the Bahamian Dollar; the symbol B$ is used to distinguish it from other Dollar currencies. The Dollar is divided into 100 cents and is pegged to the US Dollar at par.

What language do they speak in The Bahamas? ›

While English is the official language of the Bahamas, locals speak with a Bahamian dialect that has birthed many unique slang words and phrases. Before your trip, you may want to familiarize yourself with the island lingo.

Can I use my debit or credit card in the Bahamas? ›

The Bahamian dollar is on par with the US dollar – no need to exchange currency! Visa, Mastercard, American Express, and most debit cards are also widely accepted throughout Nassau Paradise Island, as well as travelers' cheques.

Can I drink the tap water at Baha Mar? ›

Yes, tap water is generally considered to be safe for drinking in the Bahamas. However, if you have a sensitive constitution, you may want to stick to bottled or boiled water. Also, tap water in the Bahamas leaves a strange aftertaste.

Do you tip cab drivers in Bahamas? ›

In the Bahamas, service staff and hotel workers expect to be tipped. The usual tip for service from a taxi driver or waiter is 15% and $1–$2 a bag for porters. Most travelers leave $1 to $3 per day for their hotel maid, usually every morning since the maid may have a day off.

How much is taxi from Nassau airport to Paradise Island? ›

On-Island Transportation

From the Nassau airport taxi rates are approximately $32 to downtown Nassau, $22 to Cable Beach and $38 to Paradise Island—plus the bridge toll. Fares are based on two passengers; there is an additional charge for extra passengers and extra luggage.

Is Baha Mar cashless? ›

Baha Bay is cashless inside of the venue. Baha Mar guests are able to charge all rentals, food & beverage and cabanas to their room.

Can you use cash at Baha Mar? ›

In addition to picking the right accommodations for your client there are definitely a few additional fun facts that make the Baha Mar unlike any other resort property in the Bahamas. For one, the entire Baha Mar resort destination is cashless.

How much does Baha Bay cost? ›

Baha Bay is open daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Day passes are currently offered at the limited time introductory rate: General Admission (48 inches and over): $130. Junior General Admission (Under 48 inches): $65.

Do you tip on top of service charge at Baha Mar? ›

On most restaurant bills in the Bahamas, a 15% service charge is usually added to the final bill. If there is a service charge you shouldn't leave a gratuity, expect if you receive exceptional service. It's rare, but if a service charge is not included, you should leave at least a 15% gratuity.

Should I bring cash to Bahamas? ›

It's always advisable to bring money in a variety of forms on a vacation: a mix of cash, credit cards, and traveler's checks. You should also exchange enough petty cash to cover airport incidentals, tipping, and transportation to your hotel before you leave home, or withdraw money upon arrival at an airport ATM.

Do they take US dollars in the Bahamas? ›

If you are traveling from the US, there is no need to change your money. US dollars are used as readily as Bahamian Dollars in the bahamas and are equal in value. If you are coming from another country, it's wise to change your money before you get to the bahamas.

Do you need negative Covid test to fly to Bahamas? ›

Effective 19 June 2022, fully vaccinated travellers are no longer required to submit to pre-travel COVID-19 testing to enter the country. As of 20 September 2022, the COVID-19 testing requirement for entering The Bahamas has been eliminated.

Can you go to Baha Mar without being a guest? ›

No, currently Baha Mar does not offer day passes. The pools and beach are reserved for the privacy of our guests. Non-guests are welcome to play in the casino, enjoy our many indoor restaurants and bars, retail shops, relax at both Sense and ESPA spas, play tennis or golf, or participate in The Current art classes.

Should you tip at an all-inclusive? ›

Tipping is not a requirement on your vacation at an all-inclusive resort, but it is the norm among guests in most cases. You can tip in US currency in most cases; however, it is best to avoid using coins because they are harder to exchange.

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