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Rosewood Baha Mar set to open in 2018

Rosewood Baha Mar set to open in 2018

Rosewood Hotels & Resorts has been appointed by the Bahamian subsidiary of Hong Kong-based development company Chow Tai Fook Enterprises to operate and manage Rosewood Baha Mar in Nassau, Bahamas.

The property is set to open in spring 2018.

Set on the gorgeous white sands of Nassau’s Cable Beach, Rosewood Baha Mar will be a sanctuary of exclusivity, located within the stunning Baha Mar Resort multi-property oasis in the Caribbean.

“Rosewood Hotels & Resorts has had a relationship with Baha Mar since 2011, and we are truly excited to re-engage as the operator of Baha Mar’s luxury resort through our partnership with CTFE, Baha Mar Resort’s new owner,” said Sonia Cheng, chief executive officer of Rosewood Hotel Group.

“We are fully committed to this project and look forward to raising our flag in The Bahamas as originally planned.”


Featuring elegant British colonial architecture and interior styling, Rosewood Baha Mar will epitomize Bahamian refinement and sophistication.

The resort will offer 185 ocean view rooms and suites, as well as five luxurious beachfront villas, which will be contemporary and residential in style.

Each accommodation will be elegantly appointed with refined Bahamian art and décor.

Of note, all guestrooms will boast private balconies with outdoor living areas, while the luxurious four-bedroom villas will offer exceptional tranquillity, exclusive services and a private pool.

Eight meeting and event spaces will provide the perfect setting for corporate meetings, retreats and incentives.

The venues - including a 4,950-square-foot ballroom, meeting room, boardrooms, private dining room and two al fresco event areas - will offer exquisite catering, refined service and state-of the art technology.

Rosewood Baha Mar will join a regional network of distinctive Rosewood properties in the Caribbean and Atlantic, including Jumby Bay, A Rosewood Resort, Rosewood Tucker’s Point and Rosewood Little Dix Bay, which is slated to re-open in 2017.