At a small hotel, the staff has a greater chance of getting to know you better, and you have more opportunities to ask these passionate locals about the best place to dine, shop, swim, and more. For the ultimate luxurious experience in Nassau Paradise Island, indulge in a stay at The Ocean Club, A Four Seasons Resort, which is renowned for its legendary service, attention to detail, and spectacular oceanfront setting.
You can find outstanding smaller hotels in places a larger scale property just won’t fit. Take the Graycliff Hotel, in the heart of historic downtown Nassau, or the British Colonial Hilton, centrally located in Nassau but still with its own stretch of white sand beach.
Smaller hotels can provide incredible value, giving you everything you could want from a tropical island vacation at a comfortable price. Explore Paradise Island on a complimentary bike at Bay View Suites, relax with the family in a spacious villa at Sunrise Beach Club and Villas.
Smaller hotels have a lower capacity meaning more personalized attention, serene surroundings devoid of crowds, and no waiting for a table at the restaurant. There’s an intimacy to smaller hotels that make a stay extra special.
A boutique hotel is one-of-a-kind in more ways than one. These smaller-scale, often independently owned accommodations have unique touches all their own, like the traditional decor of Graycliff, or the private villas throughout Paradise Island Beach Club.