The Graycliff in Nassau was located within walking distance to downtown shopping and the port area.... See full review
Apr 16, 2007
Historic 260 year-old property. Comfortable, charming accommodations. Cigar factory on premises!
Graycliff is many things - but most of all it is a symbol of tradition, history, excellence - and a commitment to providing the ultimate in quality and service.
Whether you're looking for a romantic getaway, fine cuisine or exquisite cigars, you'll find it at Graycliff. We invite you to explore and learn more about Graycliff.
Amenities feature: Graycliff Hotel offers two restaurants, the Graycliff Restaurant and Humidor Churrascaria; as well as casual dining at Giotto Pizzeria; two swimming pools, one of which is a 25-metre pool and the first to be built in the Bahamas; fitness room, and on-site cigar company and Chocolatier. Graycliff also boasts one of the world's largest wine cellars, with over 250,000 bottles, and has won the Wine Spectator's Grand Award every year since 1988.
In addition the following services can be provided by the front desk by request, business center needs, arranging for tours and laundry service.
Our guests will be able to enjoy the beach at Blue Lagoon Island at a per person cost of $34.50 plus 7.5% VAT. This beach pass is only available for purchase on property and does not include any meals nor the transfers to the ferry.
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Major airlines arrive at Nassau International Airport (NAS) which is a 20 minute drive from Graycliff.
Graycliff is located in the heart of Old Nassau, next to Government House.
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The Graycliff in Nassau was located within walking distance to downtown shopping and the port area. The rooms were like a bed and breakfast Inn and decorated with wicker,hardwood floors,oriental rugs,ceiling fans. The bathroom was all marble and
had a large jacuzzi with plenty of mirrors and lighting. The only two annoying things were the small tv in the armoire to the left of the bed which was hard to see and the plastic wrapped mattresses. The staff was more than helpful and I would definately stay there again. This was one of the nicer hotels on the island.
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Short walk from hotel
The port is nearby with several cruise ships in port daily. The shopping in downtown is great and easily withing walking distance. You can also walk to the local fish fry daily for conch salad and fresh fish cooked by the locals. The taxis,buses, and horse carriages are abundant and withing a few blockes.