Visiting The Grand Lucayan Resort At Grand Bahama Island
There’s a good reason why so many visitors say “it’s always better in the Bahamas” after their first visit. From the pristine turquoise waters and white sand beaches in 700 unique islands, there are many reasons why people love to visit. Not only is the weather great all year round, but there’s also plenty of cultural and entertainment activities, too.
The Grand Lucayan Bahamas is a beautiful four-star resort that sits on several tropical acres of a sandy white coastline and an unforgettable oceanfront view. With 542 rooms, the hotel delivers the kind of style and ambiance that you would expect from this Caribbean isle.
The Grand Lucayan Resort is A Mix Of Luxury and Fun
Many guests will agree that the all-inclusive Grand Lucayan Resort is a good mixture of luxury and fun, thanks to its lush property, private beach, gorgeous infinity pool and an 18-hole golf course. If that weren’t enough, visitors can also pick one of several on-property restaurants and bars to dine in.
Each one offers a great selection of fine cuisine and premium drinks on this side of the island. Prepare to indulge in classic Bahamian fare from conch fritters, benny cake, guava duff and so much more.
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You can also spend your days relaxing in the sun or on the beach with non-motorized water sports. If you are looking to pamper yourself, check out the Senses Spa or treat yourself to a little shopping spree at the nearby Port Lucaya Marketplace. Whatever you choose to do, it’s without a doubt that you will feel completely at home at this top-notch location.
Create A Cruise and Stay Experience
Luckily, guests on board the Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line can create a one-of-a-kind Cruise and Stay experience that is fit for the entire family. There are several different options that are included with your stay, including all of your meals, cocktails, and drinks, unlimited rounds at the Reed Gold Course (although there is a mandatory golf cart fee and rental for shoes and clubs), a Beach barbeque event, a Fish fry and Bahamian night buffet, a kids and teen’s club, and so much more.
There are also day passes available if you choose to sail on the two-night cruise (the ship departs from Palm Beach, Florida). You can either lay back in your lounge chair and enjoy several hours of rest and relaxation near the beach or pool area or take a short walk to the Port Lucaya Market Place for some shopping before you sail back to Palm Beach on your ship. All in all, you can expect a calm, serene and comfortable stay by the sea before returning to the Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line on your trip back home.
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