Dating back to the 18th century, this beautiful colonial mansion is rumored to have been built by the pirate Captain John Howard Graysmith.Throughout its illustrious history the hotel has played host to many of the world’s luminaries, including the Duke and Duchess of Windsor, Sir Winston Churchill, Aristotle Onassis, and The Beatles.Discover underwater delights while boating or snorkeling.Nassau is home to some of the world’s most beautiful beaches.
The marine habitat is one of the largest outdoor aquariums in the world.
Despite the rampant development in recent times, Nassau is still steeped in colonial charm.
Visitors can witness this old-world elegance in the city's candy-colored colonial buildings, old forts, and grand hotels.
Nassau Harbor, protected by Paradise Island, bustles with traffic, and several cruise ships at a time can dock at Prince George Wharf, disgorging waves of tourists into the city to explore its many attractions, both natural and urban.
Pleasure seekers flock here from around the world to relax in the warm, tropical climate; bask on the creamy sands of Cable Beach; browse the duty-free downtown shops; and frolic in the glitzy, themed resorts.