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Bahamas Introduction

Mere mention of the Bahamas and you're instantly conjuring images of sugar-white beaches, swaying palm trees, and sea waters of azure blue. Stretched out between the edge of Florida and the Atlantic Ocean, it's a land of more than 700 islands and cays, many ringed with resplendent coral gardens and fringed by scintillating sands – enough to draw scuba divers and sunbathers alike. Meanwhile, the sumptuous and luxury hotels in Bahamas reveal another side to the country. Find it in the sleek seafood bistros of Nassau, the manicured golf courses of paradisiacal Exuma, and the marina walks of happening Grand Bahama.

Hotels in Bahamas

Just a glimpse at the range of luxury hotels in the Bahamas and you'll see why this stretch of islets on the edge of the Caribbean is such a hit with jet setters. Sprawling resorts crowd the main cays, spilling right down to private beaches with infinity pools and sunning cabanas. There are some specifically aimed at honeymooners, where elegant fish grills promise beach-side evening dining by the ocean, or cutting-edge spas beckon with hard-earned R&R. You can also choose from a mix of short-stay villa rentals, which offer a little more space and seclusion, and sometimes even your own pool.

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Where to stay in Bahamas

Choosing the right spot in the long chain of islands that forms the Bahamas is all important. It can really affect the sort of Caribbean vacation you have, not to mention the sort of Bahamas hotels you have to pick from. Grand Bahama is always a favorite. Super close to Florida, it strikes an enticing balance between luxury and wilderness, with mangrove-filled national parks and pink-tinged beaches up its sleeve. For nightlife, gastronomy, and energy, Nassau is a doozy. For seclusion and romance, consider hitting more off-beat Eleuthera, or somewhere in the Abacos archipelago.

Things to see in Bahamas

Prepare the beachwear and snorkeling gear – much of the excitement of travel in the Bahamas happens on the coast. No matter where you choose your Bahaman hotel, you're never likely to be too far from a sparkling stretch of shoreline. Some do stand out from the crowd, like the rose-tinted run of Pink Sand Beach on Harbour Island, and much-loved Cabbage Beach on Paradise Island, just a stone's throw from the buzzing capital in Nassau. Talking of Nassau. A trip to that vibrant town is a must for history buffs. It's laden with interesting government buildings that are the color of tropical flamingoes, and comes topped with hardy Fort Fincastle, where swashbuckling pirates once ruled the roost. Nature lovers, meanwhile, are bound to enjoy delving into the carved caves and mangroves of the Lucayan National Park over on wilder Grand Bahama.

How to get to Bahamas

Because hotels in Bahamas pop up on oodles of different islands and cays right across this archipelago nation, you'll need to consider where's best to arrive before booking. There are major airports in New Providence and Grand Bahama, which is closest to Florida and the US. They have plenty of commercial flight links heading stateside, along with other long-haul and connecting routes coming in from Europe and beyond. Cruise ships can also transport you across by sea, typically arriving either at the Freeport Cruise Port Terminal or in Nassau.

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