September 19, 2020

Luxury Caribbean resort set to open soon


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135926-203014-largeBy Keneth Rehnberg From Billionaires Newswire

A luxury Caribbean resort in the Bahamas will soon be open, after it took more than 4,000 workers to construct.

The grand Baha Mar resort cost around AU$6.7 billion and is set to open in March, after being put back from the original December 2014 date. The mega resort plays host to four luxury hotels, a casino, over 50 restaurants and an 18-hole golf course.

The new resort looks set to rival the nearby Atlantis Resort and Casino on Paradise Island only a few miles away.

A spokesman for the resort said: “Baha Mar’s vision will truly come to life once the first guests sleep in our hotels, dine at our restaurants, snorkel at our reef, lounge at our Cabana Club, play at our casino, dance in our clubs until dawn, and experience the true soul of The Bahamas with impeccable service.”

The four hotels include the Baha Mar Casino & Hotel with 1,000 rooms, the Grand Hyatt, which holds 700 rooms, the 300-room SLS LUX, and the 200-room Rosewood Hotel. Rooms are expected to feature 48-inch flat screen TVs, full or step-out balconies to take in the magnificent views, and Nespresso coffee machines.

Other features of the sun-drenched island includes 20 acres of beach and pools, a spa, art galleries, bars and clubs, and a beachfront nature sanctuary.

The resort was financed by the Chinese government, and took 4,100 Chinese workers to complete. The hold up is put down to delays in finalising the Grand Hyatt Hotel. Baha Mar Ltd senior vice president explained that they wanted to make sure the resort could offer the height of luxury from the minute it opened its doors.

He added: “Our state-of-the-art casino will match what you would find in Las Vegas, Macao or Singapore.”

The opening date for the resort is 27 March.

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