This coming spring, the Baha Mar resort is set to open in the Bahamas, combining four luxury hotels (and a casino and convention space) into one space. At CMITE last week, buyers and suppliers attended a reception at the resort’s golf course, across the street from the under-construction
buildings, and learned about what the hotel would offer the incentives market.
When it opens next year, Baha Mar will cover 400 hectares along the coastline with four hotel brands: Rosewood, SLS Lux, Grand Hyatt and The Baha Mar Casino & Hotel. “This is the first time anyone is bringing these brands together, David Sukala, Director of Incentive & Group Business at Baha Mar, explained, “but they’re totally separate in terms of feel.”
The Four Hotels
The Baha Mar Casino & Hotel will serve as the centerpiece of the resort, with a large-scale gaming facility and 1,000 rooms. For unwinding, the resort will have an ESPA with 30,000 square feet of treatment facilities. Top incentive guests guests will want to book the Villa Roxie, which will have interior designs by Kravitz Design, the creative firm of musician Lenny Kravitz.