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Nassau Bahamas Accommodations

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The Nassau center point is around the area of Queen's Staircase and the area of Water Tower.

Welcome to Nassau, the largest city in the Commonwealth of the Bahamas. Whether you want to stay in a beachfront resort or a budget-friendly accommodation, Nassau offers a variety of hotels to meet every need and budget. More from this guide...

Nassau Hotels/Accommodations

Graycliff Hotel & Restaurant - Nassau West Hill St., Nassau, Bahamas
  • Luxury 5-star Downtown property
  • Check in time: 3:00pm
  • Most guests criticized the unstylish hotel
  • Most guests found the grounds to be nice
Very Good 4.0 /5Reviews Call
Towne Hotel in Nassau
40 George St., Nassau, Bahamas
  • Low priced Downtown property
  • Hotel has 7 suites
  • Good restaurants & bars in the area
  • Excellent staff
British Colonial Hilton Nassau
Number One Bay St., Nassau, N7148 Bahamas
  • 4 star Downtown property
  • Hotel has 21 suites
  • Internet is poor
  • Almost all guests thought the pool was clean
Very Good 4.0 /5Recent Reviews Call
Nassau Palm Hotel
West Bay St., Nassau, Bahamas
  • Economy Downtown hotel
  • 5 meeting rooms in property
Very Good 4.0 /5Hotel Reviews Call
Holiday Inn Express & Suites : West Bay St. / Nassau St. West Bay St. / Nassau St., Nassau, N-1836 Bahamas
  • Mid-scale Downtown property
  • 27 suites in hotel
Courtyard Nassau Downtown Junkanoo Beach - Nassau Courtyard West Bay St., Nassau, Bahamas
  • Four-star Downtown property
  • 5 floors in hotel
Atlantis Royal Towers - Paradise Island
Paradise Beach Dr., Paradise Island, Bahamas ~1.53 miles northeast of Nassau
  • 4 star Beach hotel
  • 2300 rooms in property
Very Good 4.0 /5Guest Reviews Call
Paradise Island Harbour Resort All Inclusive
Harbor Dr., Paradise Island, Bahamas ~1.67 miles northeast of Nassau
  • 3 star Beach property
  • 12 floors in property
The Cove Atlantis Paradise Beach Dr., Paradise Island, Bahamas ~1.68 miles northeast of Nassau
  • 3-star Beach hotel
  • 2300 rooms in property
  • Service should be more professional
  • The majority of guests thought it was clean
Very Good 4.0 /5Review Score Call
Warwick Paradise Island Bahamas - Nassau Harbour Dr., Nassau, Bahamas
  • Four-star Resort property
  • 12 floors in hotel
Atlantis Coral Towers Autograph Collection - Paradise Island 1 Casino Dr., Paradise Island, Bahamas ~1.72 miles northeast of Nassau
  • Luxurious Five Star Beach property
  • 3500 rooms in property
  • Lack of vegetarian options
  • Great view
Very Good 4.0 /5Latest Reviews Call
Comfort Suites Paradise Island : Paradise Island Dr. Paradise Island Dr., Paradise Island, Bahamas ~1.77 miles northeast of Nassau
  • Three Star hotel
  • Good minibar
  • Air conditioning was criticized by 81%
Best Western Plus Bay View Suites - Paradise Island Bay View Dr., Paradise Island, Bahamas ~1.82 miles northeast of Nassau
  • 3 star Resort property
  • 25 sleeping rooms in hotel
  • Very quiet
  • Great environment
Very Good 4.0 /5Recent Reviews Call
Orchard Garden Hotel & Suites - Nassau Box N1128 Village Rd., Nassau, Bahamas
  • Low-priced property
  • Hotel buildings could use some improvement
  • No wi-fi
Atlantis Beach Tower Autograph Collection : 1 Casino Dr.
1 Casino Dr., Paradise Island, Bahamas ~1.85 miles northeast of Nassau
  • Four-star Beach property
  • Check in: 3:00 PM
  • Most guests thought they were poorly maintained
  • Fair club hotel
One & Only Ocean Club in Paradise Island
Po Box North 4777, Paradise Island, Bahamas ~1.98 miles northeast of Nassau
  • Four star Beach hotel
  • Check in: 3:00 PM
  • Value below average
  • Great wellness & sports facilities
Very Good 4.0 /5Review Score Call
Paradise Island Beach Club : Garden Dr.
Garden Dr., Nassau, Bahamas
  • Expensive Beach property
  • 44 rooms in hotel
Very Good 4.0 /5Guest Reviews Call
Sheraton Nassau Beach Resort in Nassau
West Bay St., Nassau, Bahamas
  • 4 star Downtown hotel
  • 183 rooms in property
  • Wifi quality could be improved
  • Landscaping is gorgeous
Breezes Resort Bahamas All Inclusive West Bay St., Nassau, Bahamas
  • Luxury 5 star Beach property
  • 4 floors in hotel
  • Affordable food
  • Facilities in need of refurbishment
Very Good 4.0 /5Latest Reviews Call
Radisson Cable Beach & Golf Resort - Nassau
West Bay St., Nassau, Bahamas
  • 2 star Beach property
  • Check-in time: 4:00 pm
Very Good 4.0 /5Recent Reviews Call
Grand Hyatt at Baha Mar : 1 Baha Mar Blvd.
1 Baha Mar Blvd., Nassau, Bahamas
  • Luxurious 5-star Beach property
  • Check in time: 3pm
Wyndham Nassau Resort
West Bay St. at Cable Beach, Nassau, Bahamas
  • Luxury Five Star Oceanfront hotel
  • Gym / Fitness Center Available
MeliĆ” Nassau Beach All Inclusive 1 West Bay St. Cable St., Nassau, Bahamas
  • Four star Beach hotel
  • 694 rooms in property
  • Location is great
  • Most guests said rooms were clean enough
Blue Water Resort on Cable Beach
Cable Beach West Bay St., Nassau, Bahamas
  • Affordable Beach property
  • Hotel has 5 suites
Sandals Royal Bahamian Spa Resort & Offshore Islan in Nassau P.o. Box Cb 13005, Nassau, 20317 Bahamas
  • Luxury Five Star Beach property
  • Airport shuttle available
Very Good 4.0 /5Latest Reviews Call
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Located on New Providence Island, which functions as the country's business district, Nassau saw an influx of American Loyalists and their slaves during the late 18th century. The city was named in honor of England's William III, Prince of Orange-Nassau. As the city's population grew, more slaves were imported for labor. In 1807, after the British abolished the slave trade, the country resettled thousands of Africans on New Providence Island. Given the island's extensive African history, modern Nassau is deeply rooted in folk art, dance, and music, lending it a vibrant culture that's all its own.

Today, Nassau is urbanized to the point that it's the Bahamas' commercial hub. Thanks to its tropical climate, Nassau is also a major tourist destination for cruise ship passengers and paradise seekers hoping to bask in the island's laid-back atmosphere. Whatever your reason for visiting Nassau, it's important to find the ideal hotel that allows you to enjoy everything this island has to offer.

When to Visit Nassau, Bahamas

The Bahama Islands attract visitors year-round, so there's really no bad time to visit. Even in the winter, temperatures rarely dip below 60 degrees, which makes Nassau a prime snowbird destination. In fact, the months of December through February are the country's peak season, so you'll encounter more crowds in Nassau and hotel rates will be higher. You'll also be more likely to be stuck in traffic if you rent a car here. If you do brave the crowds and vacation in Nassau during the winter, be sure to catch the popular Junkanoo Winter Festival in late December.

March and April bring the spring breakers, which may or may not be a good thing depending on your travel style. For the most part, the spring break season is short but fierce, as beach parties are crowded, booze is flowing, and the music is loud. Hotels often host spring break events, but they also hike their prices, so plan around spring break if you're hoping to avoid this Caribbean phenomenon.

The best time to visit Nassau is from May to November when hotel rates are reasonable and the crowds are thin. The best travel deals, which can save you up to 60 percent on hotel rates, are typically between July and November, but the best overall experience is in June when the weather is at its most pleasant.

Below is a chart of the current pricing seasonality of hotels and motels in Nassau, Bahamas:

seasonality of hotel rates in Nassau

Averate Rates by Star Rating

Below are 3 charts displaying average nightly cost trends by star rating class in Nassau, Bahamas. Analyze these illustrations to calculate the most cost effective time period to book a room in Nassau for upcoming travels.

Luxury Hotel Options in Nassau, Bahamas

4 Star Average Prices: $228.89

If you're looking for upscale hotels in Nassau, you have plenty of options. One & Only Ocean Club is a splurge, but this high-end spa resort features a chic restaurant, infinity pool with bar, and butler service, all on sweeping beachfront lawns amid coconut palm trees. Rooms are vividly colored and tastefully decorated, offering amenities like private terraces and balconies, separate dining and living areas, parlors, multiple bedrooms, flat screen TVs, and other indulgences that are the epitome of fine Caribbean living.

Melia Nassau Beach is a more affordable option than One & Only Ocean Club, but it's still a luxury accommodation that's going to cost you a pretty penny. Guests at Melia Nassau Beach can enjoy a wide stretch of beachfront property, six on-site specialty restaurants, multiple pools with waterfalls, a hydromassage tub, 24-hour gym, and kids' club. Rooms and suites feature fantastic views of the Atlantic along with LCD TVs, coffeemakers, in-room safes, full bathrooms, hair dryers, and special bathroom amenities. Opt for a suite to enjoy separate living areas, preferential restaurant seating, and in-room aromatherapy services.

For an all-inclusive option, try Breezes Resort Bahamas. The great thing about this all-inclusive is that there are no hidden fees, no tipping is allowed, and Wi-Fi is included. When you want a no-hassle vacation in Nassau, this is simply the place to be. Breezes Resort Bahamas consists of two towers with 391 air-conditioned guest rooms with either garden or ocean views. All rooms and suites feature satellite TV, flat screen TVs, work desks, mahogany wood furnishings, marble and chrome bathrooms, and comfortable bedding. The one-bedroom oceanfront suite adds a separate living room and unobstructed ocean views.

4 Star Hotel Prices in Nassau

Affordable Hotel Options in Nassau, Bahamas

3 Star Average Prices: $186.61

Finding an affordable hotel option in this Caribbean paradise is easier than you might think. The Orchard Garden Hotel is a casual two-star accommodation surrounded by lush tropical gardens. Guest amenities include an outdoor pool, air conditioning, ceiling fans, a patio or balcony, and cable television. Wi-Fi is available poolside, and daily housekeeping service is provided by friendly staff. The property features an undeniable colonial charm that keeps budget-minded travelers coming back for more.

The Towne Hotel in Nassau offers recently renovated rooms that feature private tubs and cable TV. Upgrading to a suite will get you a refrigerator and sofa bed. The property features an on-site restaurant and bar that serves authentic Bahamian cuisine for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, not to mention your favorite tropical cocktails. There's also a freshwater pool and sun deck for you to enjoy after a long day of sightseeing.

Located near Fort Fincastle, Pompey Museum, and Pirates of Nassau Museum, El Greco Hotel is a budget-friendly accommodation offering 26 guest rooms with daily housekeeping. Guest amenities include an outdoor pool with terrace, air conditioning, laundry service, luggage storage, a lovely garden, free Wi-Fi, and ticket assistance. This property also provides you with easy access to the beach, which can be difficult to find in a budget accommodation.

3 Star Hotel Prices in Nassau

2 Star Average Prices: $97.53

Which Nassau hotels have real discounts?

If you research ahead of time, you can save even more money on your stay in Nassau by taking advantage of discounts and special offers. Many hotels offer instant savings when you book a number of nights. For example, Comfort Suites Paradise Island lets you save $250 when you stay four nights. These types of special offers are always changing, though, so be on the lookout for your hotel's latest deals.

Global hotel chains also tend to offer discounts to AAA members, AARP members, seniors, military personnel and their families, government employees, and corporate travelers. British Colonial Hilton Nassau is one such hotel, extending special rates to AAA/CAA and AARP members for an additional five percent off the best available rates.

You can also take advantage of rewards points at many chain hotels in the Bahamas, helping you earn double points or use your existing points to save money on your getaway.

Best Value Options in Nassau, Bahamas

Nassau offers many mid-range hotels that give you plenty of value for the money. Comfort Suites Paradise Island is a straightforward all-suite hotel that offers guests full access to the famed Atlantis Resort, giving you the best of both worlds. Guest rooms feature flat screen TVs and free Wi-Fi, while other amenities include a complimentary hot breakfast buffet and pool with swim-up bar.

Red Carpet Inn Nassau offers low summer rates all year round, with no increase in rates during the peak winter season. The beautiful property is set on one-and-a-half acres of tropical land and features 40 guest rooms with microwaves, refrigerators, private bathrooms, satellite TV, ironing boards, and safes. The freshwater pool provides year-round swimming, but you can visit Paradise Island beaches via taxi. This property is also within walking distance of local shopping plazas and restaurants, giving you the chance to experience the Bahamas the way the locals do.

CoCo Plum Bahamas is an unassuming three-star hotel with an on-site open-air restaurant, outdoor pool, and grills for guest use. Enjoy free Wi-Fi, soundproofed rooms, free toiletries, flat screen TVs, refrigerators, and garden views. While the guest rooms are private havens, the communal areas encourage guests to socialize.

Top Attractions in Nassau

If you're hoping to experience the best Nassau has to offer, you need to familiarize yourself with the city's top attractions. Downtown and Bay Street is a busting mix of restaurants, shops, and street hawkers, making it a top excursion for cruise ship passengers. It's here you will find the Pirates of Nassau Museum, the Straw Market (the place to buy hats, baskets, and other woven items), and plenty of souvenirs, so don't pass it up.

Blue Lagoon Island, also known as Salt Cay, is a private island three miles from the city. Many people come here for the water sports, but the main attraction is the close-up encounters with dolphins and sea lions. The island features a marine mammal facility where visitors can interact with dolphins under trainers' watchful eyes.

Art lovers should check out the National Art Gallery of the Bahamas. Housed in a beautiful neoclassical mansion, the museum is the country's most important art institution. The impressive collection features textiles, ceramics, photography, sculptures, and paintings, and the architecture alone is an artwork all its own.

Whether you're looking for a luxury all-inclusive resort or a budget-friendly hotel further inland, you can find the perfect accommodation in Nassau that makes your Caribbean dream a reality.

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