A Romantic Relaxing Guide to the Bahamas

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  • Bahamas

  • Beaches

  • Boutique Travel

  • Couples Travel

  • International Travel

  • Tropical Vacations

  • Relaxation

  • Romantic

A view on the palm trees and ocean on Eleuthera Island in the Bahamas
Curator’s statement

Boutique hotels with picture-perfect beaches on lesser-known islands are perfect for those looking to enjoy the quieter side of paradise.

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Where to stay in the Bahamas

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The Island House

Boutique hotel and gathering space in Nassau featuring stylish rooms, exclusive private beach access, six rental apartments, two restaurants, a cafe, art house cinema, squash courts and a spa!

Other Side Hotel

Elevated, sleek beachfront glamping setup with a glamorous pool and stylish accommodations for the curious traveler.

The Ocean View Club

Eclectic cottages, tents and suites with swoon-worthy interiors that marry island style with design-forward detailing.

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Things to do in the Bahamas

View of the Eleuthera Island in the Bahamas

stay at any of the above-mentioned hotels is "enough to do" in itself, but the following activities are worth getting out of bed for: 

Going for a dive in Dean's Blue Hole, the world's second deepest blue hole. 

Visiting the famed pink-sand beach alongside Harbour Island.

Taking a dip in Queens Bath where craters are filled by the waves of fresh ocean water and create your own personal hot tub. 

Hiring a boat to take you to Eleuthera’s ocean swings at Russell Island. Note the are swings only accessible by boat since they are in the middle of the ocean. 

Walking along the secluded Tay Bay Beach.

Diving into shipwrecks off the north of Eleuthera Island.

Trying your luck at bone fishing or catch some lobster from a boat off of the Spanish Wells.

Places to eat & drink in the Bahamas

A person holding a pineapple drink/cocktail in from of the ocean in CocoCay, Bahamas

1648 An Island Restaurant: Fine dining at the French Leave in Eleuthera Island.

Blue Bar & Kitchen at Pink Sands Resort: Delicious breakfast with a view on the pink-sand beaches on Harbour Island.

The Cove Restaurant & Oyster Bar: Enjoy cocktails while watching the sunset at The Point Bar on Eleuthera Island.

The Clubhouse Restaurant: Beach-chic dining at the Dunmore on Harbour Island.

Day Trips in the Bahamas

Pig swimming in the water on Pig Beach in the Bahamas

Watch the pigs swimming in the waters of the Exuma on a day tour to Staniel Cay which includes flights from Miami or Nassau with Bahama Air Tours. If you happen to make it here, be sure to also have lunch at the Yacht Club.

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