Paradise Island


Paradise Island the number 1 tourist destination in The Bahamas boasts magnificent powder-white beaches, fabulous water sports, gourmet and local restaurants, shopping, straw market, casino, marina and is connected by two bridges to Nassau. A water ferry runs frequently between the two islands. A picturesque and challenging golf course that has recently been the subject of a major facelift, reopened in Winter 2000. The new Paradise Island Golf Course, designed by internationally recognized professional golfer & course designer Tom Weiskopf includes a new 12,000-square foot clubhouse that features a restaurant & lounge. The 18-hole, 7,100 yard, par 72-championship course features 10 four, four three, and four five-par holes.

Also on Paradise Island you will find the Ocean Club once a private estate, which rests between miles of pristine beach and exquisite gardens inspired by the romantic grandeur of Versailles. Fragrant blossoms of hibiscus and bougainvillea, along with hand-laid rock ridges and stone steps, ascend the terraced garden decorated with bronze and marble statues from Europe. At its apex stands the dramatic arches of a 12th-century Augustinian cloister that boasts a spectacular view of the sunset over Nassau Harbour. Within this secluded oasis, exemplary personal service defines the heart of Ocean Club.