The adult-only, all-inclusive Sandals Royal Bahamian Spa Resort & Offshore Island comes with not one, but two beaches, as well as eight pools – including a freshwater pool with swim-up bar, whirlpools and a misting pool. Sip a cocktail as you laze by the water – Sandals offers a poolside and beachside cocktail service, and deepen your relaxation at The Red Lane® Spa, offering treatments infused with Caribbean flair.
The resort is located next to Cable Beach – one of Nassau’s most beautiful stretches of powdery white sands. From here, you can visit the historic Queen’s Staircase, explore straw crafts at Straw Market, and marvel at the turquoise waters of Blue Lagoon Island, all within ten miles from the hotel. You can also head 12 miles west of the resort to learn more about the island’s past at Clifton Heritage National Park. Lynden Pindling International Airport is five miles from the hotel.
Sandals are known for a wide choice of indulgent accommodation, and Sandals Royal Bahamian Spa Resort & Offshore Island is no exception. Located in the West Bay or East Bay building, rooms and suites offer views of the ocean, pool or tropical gardens, and many offer outdoor soaking tubs or pool access. Alternatively, opt for the Island Village where you'll find romantic villas – some of which come complete with personal butler service
Normal Check-in: 15:00
Normal Check-out: 12:00
4.5 mi / 7.3 km from city centre
Room types and facilities
- Laundry/Valet service
- Complimentary in-room coffee or tea
- Exercise gym
- Hair dryer
- Internet services
- Tennis court
- Beauty shop/salon
- 10 Restaurant
- 3 Pool
- 8 Lounges/bars
- Pool Bar
- Room service
- Dry cleaning
- Massage services
- Safe deposit box
- Live entertainment
With two beaches and an offshore island just two minutes away via private ferry, there’s plenty to do in the water or on dry land. Join the Island Beach Club to lounge in round, oversized sunbeds, float to the swim-up bar or dip in the spa bath. Indulge in European-style treatments with Caribbean twists at The Red Lane Spa, letting the sound of the waves soothe you on beachfront treatment tables. Explore some of the world’s most renowned reefs, scuba diving with PADI-certified staff – if you're a beginner, you can even earn PADI-certifications during your stay. Additional water sports include kayaking, windsurfing, paddle boarding, snorkelling and Hobie Cat excursions.
The fun doesn’t stop when the sun goes down – don't miss the island-themed parties and Junkanoo bonfires.
From the French chic of La Plume to the authentic flavours of Northern Italy in Ristorante Casanova, there's a superb range of fine dining. Kanoo serves cuisine that's dramatic in flavour and preparation, as does the teppanyaki-style Kimonos. For prime cuts, head to Butch’s Island Chop House – or sample a selection of sushi dishes at Soy. Enjoy more casual dining experiences at The Royal Cafe or The Queen's Pearl Pub.
The dress code is mainly resort casual, which can include shorts or jeans, t-shirts or polo shirts. Swimwear must be covered, and shirts and footwear are required. For dinner, some restaurants require resort evening attire which includes dress trousers or jeans for men and, long or short sleeve dress shirts (with or without collar). Shoes or sandals should also be worn. Shorts, t-shirts, sleeveless shirts, hats, trainers, flip flops and slippers are not deemed as appropriate resort evening attire.
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