Rosewood Baha Mar on Nassau in The Bahamas reopens offering The New Exceptional array of service standards. The program ensures staff is trained to the highest level, aligned with the new health landscape while keeping the effortless service guests expect from the property. The highly anticipated reopening comes along with a new restaurant led by globally renowned Chef Daniel Boulud, Café Boulud The Bahamas.
Set on the pristine white sands of Nassau’s Cable Beach, Rosewood Baha Mar is the sophisticated beach resort that offers a range of accommodations including 230 guestrooms, suites and ocean-side villas that epitomize Caribbean glamour, along with five signature-dining venues, private pools, and Sense, A Rosewood Spa.
The hotel will house a dedicated on-property testing center, allowing guests to receive complimentary COVID-19 Antigen and when required, RT-PCR tests. If guests test positive on the resort, the property will facilitate quarantine and offer a daily resort dining credit of $150 per person per day for up to 14 days or until the guest receives a negative COVID-19 result. If the guest decides to return earlier, Baha Mar will provide private air travel to return the guest and their immediate family to the U.S. mainland free of charge.
Rosewood Baha Mar’s newest dining destination – Café Boulud The Bahamas – serves some classical French dishes, while incorporating local ingredients and flavors. Locally sourced ingredients will be used throughout the menu to include market-inspired dishes such as the Yellowfin Tuna Carpaccio and Strawberry Grouper. Signature dishes include French classics such as the Tournedos Rossini Beef Tenderloin served with Pomme Dauphine and a Black Truffle Sauce.
Younger guests will enjoy all the new programs on offer at Rosewood Baha Mar’s Explorer’s Club, providing an interactive, educational adventure for children ages 4-12. They will be invited to board the “Ship of Wonder” and unlock the many adventures that await them at the Captain’s Club and within the Captain’s Quarters.
Explorers can join fun daily programs and hands-on activities, from being a junior chef and making a variety of food creations, to being an artist and making murals, sculptures and sketches.