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Bahamas Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 88
Total Sleeping Rooms 11,804
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 3,400
Committable Meeting Rooms* 60
Average Hotel Room Rate BSD B$159
Average Daily Meal Cost BSD B$107
Average Weekly Car Rental BSD B$372
*Maximum for a single hotel

Bahamas Things to Do and Attractions

Fragrance of the Bahamas Perfume Factory

Visitors to Grand Bahama Island can take a delightful, aromatic tour through the Bahamas' popular perfume factory, which produces some of the area's most popular colognes and perfumes such as Sand, Pink Pearl and Island Promises. Located in a finely

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Straw Market

One of the world's largest straw markets, this bustling gathering place on Nassau's Bay Street offers visitors the chance to see one of the Bahamas' oldest industries at work. Straw vending began after World War II when Bahamian women started

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Ardastra Gardens, Zoo & Conservation Center

Dating back to 1937, the Ardastra Gardens, Zoo & Conservation Center in Nassau are home to nearly 300 mammals, birds and reptiles and more than five acres of gardens populated by exotic fruit trees, coconut palms, bromeliads, orchids and hibiscus

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Bahamas Beaches

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With more than 700 islands bordered by sundrenched shores, the array of beaches in the Bahamas seems endless. On New Providence Island's lively Cable Beach visitors can soak up the sun on a four-mile stretch of snow-white sands to the tune of Calypso

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Dolphin Encounters on Blue Lagoon Island

Located just three miles northeast of Paradise Island, Blue Lagoon Island is home to 18 Atlantic bottlenose dolphins and six California sea lions. Several encounter programs are available that let guests get up close and personal with these amazing

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Fort Charlotte

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Dating back to 1787, Fort Charlotte is the largest of three forts located in the capital city of Nassau. Named after the wife of King George III, Fort Charlotte was built by Lord Dunmore to protect the western entrance of the harbor. Although the

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National Art Gallery of the Bahamas

Prominently located in the heart of bustling Nassau and housed in a lovingly restored 1860s villa, the National Art Gallery of the Bahamas showcases the contemporary and historical artistic innovations of the Bahamian people. The gallery, which

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Pinetree Stables Eco Tour

Visitors can uncover the beauty of Grand Bahama Island on an exhilarating horseback adventure with the Pinetree Stables Eco Tour. Located between the International Market and Port Lucaya Marketplace in Freeport, Pinetree Stables offers two-hour

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Pirates of Nassau Museum

A Bahamian treasure, the Pirates of Nassau Museum provides an intriguing look into the so-called Golden Age of Piracy. The one-time heart of piracy, Nassau provided the perfect harbor for pirates to employ their hit and run tactics upon unsuspecting

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Queen's Staircase

Created by slaves between the years 1793 and 1794, the Queen's Staircase is one of Nassau's most popular architectural attractions. The recently renovated steps were not built, but rather carved from a solid limestone wall. Designed as an escape

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The Pompey Museum at Vendue House

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The one-time site of slave auctions in the 18th century, this Nassau museum examines the history of slavery and emancipation in the Bahamas. Located on historic Bay Street, the Pompey Museum features a permanent collection of articles, photos and

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Versailles Garden and French Cloister

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Statues of historical and mythological figures adorn the finely manicured grounds of this stately formal garden on the eastern end of Paradise Island. Situated on the Ocean Club property just a 15-minute walk from Atlantis Resort, the garden offers

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Dune

Modern sophistication and sumptuous cuisine mark this cutting-edge restaurant on Paradise Island. Located in the western wing of the stunning Ocean Club Resort, Dune is taking the islands by storm with its top flight cooking, sweeping views and

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Ristorante Villaggio Cocktail & Wine Bar

The quintessential Italian restaurant in Nassau, Ristorante Villaggio Cocktail & Wine Bar brings an authentic taste of Italy to the islands. Guests can relax in the contemporary dining room complete with cherry wood floors and an eye-catching display

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The Fish Fry at Arawak Cay

For an authentic taste of Bahamian cuisine and culture, visitors should pay a visit to Arawak Cay. Just a five-minute drive or 20-minute walk from downtown Nassau, Arawak Cay is the site of the famous Junkanoo Festival and home to a culinary

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