Area Attractions

Rich in history, culture, and natural wonders, the Bahamas deliver experiences of a lifetime. Explore 18th-century structures, meet local artisans, or take a day trip to a secluded island. Whether you desire outdoor activities, a relaxing spa day, or culinary and art classes, our resort gives you countless options.

Grand Hyatt Baha Mar

1 Baha Mar Blvd
Nassau, The Bahamas



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Resort Activities

Baha Bay Aerial View
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Flamingo Yoga


Inspired by the natural beauty of The Bahamas, Baha Bay is designed to perfectly fuse relaxing island chill with exhilarating fun for the entire family. The luxe water park is directly adjacent to Baha Mar and set on 15 lush beachfront acres. With an array of spectacular experiences and tantalizing cuisine, however you like to play in the sun, it awaits you at Baha Bay. Baha Mar resort guests enjoy exclusive and unlimited access to Baha Bay.

Mini Blue

Mini Blue is a professionally inspired 18-hole miniature golf course and the newest addition to Baha Mar’s spectacular amenities. Infused with the natural beauty of Nassau, Bahamas, this meandering mini golf course is a terrific option for families, teens, groups and everyone who enjoys a little competitive fun.

The Kitchen

Join Bahamian Chef Mike as he brings the vibrant flavors and colorful spirit of island cuisine to foodies of all ages. Experience fun and unique baking and cooking challenges, farm-to-table education sessions, special teen competitions, as well as cook and dine activities designed to bring the whole family together. From workshops on local Caribbean delicacies to master classes with world-renowned chefs, The Kitchen offers a culinary experience like no other.

The Current Gallery and Art Center

The Current promotes a strong creative community with exhibitions, workshops, and artist residencies. Take a class in landscape painting or view the collection of more than 2,500 contemporary Bahamian works. All art is available for purchase.

Wildlife Experiences at The Sanctuary, Aviary, and Flamingo Cay

Experience Bahamian sea turtles, nurse sharks, stingrays, flamingos, and other tropical birds. Sanctuary staff answer your questions during feeding times daily at 10:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Hand-on wildlife encounters are available for a fee. See below the Resort Interactive Map.

Kids Club

Kids ages three to 12 years learn about Bahamian culture, biodiversity, and conservation through games, crafts, and wildlife interaction. Each day highlights an aspect of the Sanctuary, such as visiting the sea turtles or stick-feeding exotic birds. Summer Fun is about to begin with live performances starting from July 3rd at the pools, to know more visit the News and Events page on the link below


Indulge yourself at boutiques for luxury watches, jewelry, beauty, fashion, gifts, art, and home goods by iconic international brands and Bahamian suppliers. Click the website link below to see the Resort interactive Map.

Baha Mar Casino

The largest casino in the Bahamas offers 1,100 of the latest slot machines and more than 100 live tables featuring blackjack, baccarat, craps, roulette, and more. You can also wager and watch from a diverse betting menu of sports.

Racquet Club at Baha Mar

With nine courts in three surfaces (hard, clay, and grass), the Racquet Club welcomes tennis players of all ages and skill levels. Private instruction is available, and racquets can be rented or purchased in the pro shop. Click the website link here below to see the Resort Interactive Map.

Royal Blue™ Golf Course

Designed by Jack Nicklaus himself, the 18-hole "two-in-one" course combines rolling greens on the front nine with rugged terrain on the back for a unique challenge. The "Better Than Your Own" rental program provides the newest clubs from top brands.

Non-motorized Water Sports

Make the most of your time in the sparkling waters by borrowing a variety of non-motorized gear, including snorkeling equipment, water hammocks, floats, kayaks, reef boards, stand up paddle boards, and Hobie Cat® sailboats.

Nassau's Unique Outdoor Scene

Paradise Island

Formerly an expansive private estate, this island offers golf courses, water parks, a lighthouse, and other attractions.

Queen’s Staircase

This 102-foot, 65-step staircase carved into the limestone in 1793 serves as a shortcut to Fort Fincastle.

Getaways within a Day

Harbour Island

Dive, fish, or swim the day away on this island, which features more than three miles of pink-sand beaches.

Balmoral Island

Enjoy a tour to Balmoral Island during your stay. Take a taxi boat to and from Balmoral and access to the VIP Balmoral Beachside for $36.88 per person including children. For more information visit the Activities desk adjacent to the Baha Mar Casino or email Dolphin Swims and Encounters can be also be done with Balmoral Island.

Classic Arts and Culture

Balcony House Museum

Built in the late 18th century and believed to be the oldest existing wooden residence in the Bahamas, Balcony House exemplifies colonial architectural. The bright pink building retains many original details and displays artifacts and furniture.

John Watling’s™ Distillery

Get a taste of traditional Bahamian craftsmanship by touring this rum distillery, located at historic Buena Vista Estate overlooking Nassau Harbor. Shop a wide selection of spirits or sip a signature cocktail at the on-site Red Turtle Tavern.

Straw Market

Stroll through this lively open-air market where local craftsmen sell handwoven items, wood carvings, conch shell jewelry, and island souvenirs at reasonable prices. Vendors expect to bargain, so don't be afraid to name your price.

Queen’s Staircase and Fort Fincastle

The 102-foot, 65-step staircase was carved into solid limestone in 1793 and later named in honor of Queen Victoria. It serves as a shortcut to Fort Fincastle, which sits at the highest point in Nassau.

Where to Wine and Dine

Nassau Fashion and Style

Memorable Music Moments