Some resort developers like to start small and expand organically. Not Baha Mar.
Currently the largest tourism project under construction in the Western Hemisphere, this $3.5 billion development is massive in scope, and while most American travelers have never heard of Baha Mar, they will – and soon. It is scheduled to open in a huge way this month (March 27, 2015) and will likely change the entire landscape of Bahamian tourism.
An integrated gaming resort in Nassau’s Cable Beach, Baha Mar includes the largest casino in the Bahamas or Caribbean Basin, a Vegas-style spectacle spanning 100,000 square feet of gambling and entertainment, but that is just the tip of a very large iceberg.
The development also includes five distinct and fully-featured upscale resort hotels, launching with offerings from luxury veteran Rosewood (behind Mexico’s superlative Mayakoba and Las Ventanas al Paraiso), SLS out of Los Angeles (and Vegas…