‘The Ocean Club’ is a five star resort situated on the Paradise Island near Nassau, the capital of Bahamas. The exotic location and serene beauty of the resort adds to its versatility. Moreover, it is easily accessible to tourists, connected via regular flights from Miami. The 185-mile distance from Miami to Nassau International Airport just takes about an hour, dropping you right at the island. Paradise Island is located across the harbor from New Providence Island and Nassau, the capital of the Bahamas. The Ocean Club Resort lies on the east end of Paradise Island, which is frequently visited by celebrities, world leaders, and travelers and residents, who wish to enjoy privacy and luxury in service.
The resort contains around 106 rooms. The prompt room service carries your orders with streamlined professionalism that is unusual for the Caribbean. The vigilance can be attributed to the four-to-one staff-guest ratio. The colonial-style suites are just flawless, impressing you beyond limit. The rest rooms are also enormous, laid down with acres of marble and baths, so cavernous that they seem over indulgent. The fluffy beds are covered in silk covers and the seductive scent of perfectly pressed linen. The floor is modeled after the Château de Versailles, extending for a quarter of a mile on seven terraces, with cushion-soft lawns that are dotted by Carrara marble and bronze statues, including a 12th-century Hercules.
The resort has an exquisite spa, which offers great deals to pamper your soul. The specially designed Balinese treatment villas, clubbed with open gardens and skilled staff, makes it a treat for your senses. You can also enjoy host of Asian style therapies, Swedish and sports massage, purifying wraps and hot stone treatments, along with refreshing facials, to restore your skin after splurging in the sun on the beach. The relaxing and rejuvenating treatments carry a distinctly local flavor due to the usage of native herbs and flowers. The most enthralling feature of the spa is an enchanting Japanese tea ceremony, to commemorate these tranquil moments.
Residents can pamper their taste buds and dig their tongues deep into the crafty delicacies prepared here. There are a number of fine restaurants to choose from. The traditional British colonial design, outdoor patios and breathtaking ocean views make these eating places the pinnacle of island dining. Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten, along with his local spices, will provide you an unforgettable experience, giving a true Bahamian flair to the delightful French-Asian cuisine. The golf course Clubhouse is another smart choice for dining, owing to its diverse menus or stop in at nearby Atlantis, which houses the largest casino in the Caribbean, thereby making it the hub of nightly entertainment, with dazzling range of restaurants and bars.
Another striking feature of the Ocean Resort is its Golf Club. The sprawling golf course is par-72 course, designed by venerated former champion golfer, Tom Weiskopf. The breathtaking views of the ocean unfold along its 7159 yards and many tees and greens lay just a drops-length from the water. The Clubhouse's restaurant and bar offers refreshing cocktails and fine cuisine to the active ones. The pro shop here caters to the entire player's need, providing them an array of equipment and lessons from a resident staff. The Ocean Club Golf Course is even host to the Michael Jordan Celebrity Invitational Annual Golf Tournament.