More than 10 years in the making not to mention $4.2 billion in investments, the Baha Mar Resorts in Cable Beach near Nassau in the Bahamas are the newest tropical adventure you're seeing over and over again on your Instagram feed.
The Baha Mar holds three hotel brands — the Grand Hyatt at around $350 a night, SLS Hotels starting at $500 a night, and Rosewood Hotels & Resorts from $700 a night — each with its own set of amenities offering more than something for everyone. Highlights across all three brands include 10 incredible swimming pools, outdoor bars, colorful luxury cabanas, more than 20 restaurants, a spa, a children's club, luxury shopping, and access to stand-up paddleboards and kayaks, water hammocks, floating lounges, and snorkels.
There's also a 100,000-square-foot casino overlooking the ocean (the largest casino in the Caribbean), and an animal complex called The Sanctuary, home to wildlife including green sea turtles, stingrays, nurse sharks, more than 50 species of reef fish, and a flamingo habitat, where a chief flamingo officer is said to take care of the birds. Sounds straight out of a movie, but it's real — just peep ahead for photos of the Instagram-friendly resort.