At the crossroads of downtown Nassau lies Rawson Square. Cruise ship visitors coming from Prince George's Wharf can be ... More
At the crossroads of downtown Nassau lies Rawson Square. Cruise ship visitors coming from Prince George's Wharf can be seen here night and day. Shops, restaurants and bars are numerous in the always bustling district. A statue of the first native Bahamian governor, Sir Milo Butler, presides over the square. Catch a taxi here to explore the island in a hurry or take the more charming horse-drawn surrey.
This 14th Century French stone monastery was brought over brick by brick to Paradise Island during the 1920s by newspaper
magnate William Randolph Hearst. Years later, grocery store heir Huntington Hartford had the site rebuilt at the current location ...
With a convenient Paradise Island location and a lush garden setting, this complex is appropriate for honeymooners, families or escapists.
Accommodations are spacious, attractive and airy, and the atmosphere—especially around the pool area—is lovely and tranquil. Several one , ...
Hotel rooms, suites and spacious one and two bedroom apartments are available at this highly recommended waterfront property. A variety
of water services and attractions are available, including boats and a water taxi. The restaurant earns rave reviews. This ...