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Hotels in Nassau

Surrounded by white sands, blue waters and the bustling capital city of the Bahamas, Nassau hotels are the best way to experience a paradise island like no other.

Beaches

Mention the Bahamas and the first image to come to mind will most likely be opal blue waters lapping against white sandy beaches. The beaches in the Bahamas are legendary and there are literally miles upon miles of beach here for you to explore. With 300 days of sunshine a year you're pretty much guaranteed to be able to spend the days basking in the sun on the shore. Cable Beach is one of the better-known beaches, named due to the submarine telegraph cable that comes ashore here.

Watersports

The warm waters around Nassau are perfect for watersports. If you're looking to try your hand at diving, Stuart's Cove is one of the best providers of scuba diving and snorkelling experiences. From Stuart Cove's Dive Bahamas to Stuart Cove's Extreme Shark Adventure, there are lessons for divers of all experiences. The Bahamas Diving Association is another well-respected company, providing expeditions to the sunken Spanish galleons and coral reefs that surround the island.

For an once-in-a-lifetime chance to swim with dolphins make your way to Dolphin Cay at Atlantis, Paradise Island where you can try everything from a dolphin deep-water swim to playing with sea lions. If you're travelling with kids, one of the best waterparks on the island is Aquaventure, also located at Atlantis, Paradise Island. This sprawling waterpark features 20 swimming areas and a number of exciting water slides.

Shopping

Away from the water there are plenty of shopping opportunities to enjoy on Nassau. Paradise Island's Marina Village has shops selling everything from souvenirs to fashionable clothing while Bay Street in the city centre offers a more authentic Nassau experience. As well as trinkets and Havana cigars, on Bay Street you'll find the renowned Straw Market and a collection of stalls offering handmade gifts and craft items. Back on Paradise Island is the Bahamas Craft Centre – another great place to get hold of local Junkanoo art and conch shell jewellery.

Art and history

To experience a little more of the local culture and history you'll want to get away from the theme parks and water slides and head to the National Art Gallery of the Bahamas. Here you'll find an impressive collection of visual art housed in a restored neoclassical mansion. The 19th-century Government House is another important historical point of interest and a fine example of Georgian Colonial architecture. Painted a bright pink, the house itself is hard to miss.

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