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Baha Mar Bahamas opening to be pushed back until Spring 2015

The opening of the Baha Mar resort in the Bahamas will be pushed back to as many as six months but holidaymakers will be able to make bookings at the hotel resort from next month. The five-star complex was due to open in December this year but the senior vice present of administration and external affairs for Baha Mar has announced that it will have a grand opening in late spring, 2015.

Baha Mar Bahamas opening to be pushed back until Spring 2015

Holidaymakers who were hoping to stay at the five-star resort Baha Mar resort in the Caribbean this winter will have to wait a few more months due to the opening being pushed back.

The $3.5 million resort in the Bahamas was originally scheduled to open in December, 2014 but the project's senior vice present of administration and external affairs, Robert Sands, said that the general public will be invited to make bookings at the hotel resort next month for stays in late spring 2015. Mr Sands explained:

"We are confirming a grand opening celebration planned for late spring. The rationale is the fact that this is an extremely complex project."

He added that the project was on budget and said that further details would be disclosed on 1st October, 2014.

Some of the luxury resort's hotel rooms will be opening in mid-December for travel partners, media, and travel agents to preview, but Sands did not disclose which hotels would open at this time.

The resort complex is set to be the largest single-phase resort in the Caribbean's history and it will feature a collection of luxury hotels in the Bahamas including brands such as Rosewood Hotels and Resorts, Morgans Hotel Group, Hyatt Hotels and Resorts, and a world-class Casino Hotel that will offer 2,250 rooms.

Located on the picturesque New Providence Island in the Bahamas, the resort will provide luxury holidays for sophisticated travellers.

The development will feature a 50,000 square-foot retail village with upscale shops and local Bahamian arts and crafts, restaurants and entertainment venues; a 20-acre Eco Water Park with pool experience, and three luxury spas, including the largest spa in the Caribbean; an 18-hole Jack Nicklaus Signature Course; the largest convention centre in the Bahamas with 200,000 square-feet of space that will be used both for business and as an entertainment and sports arena; and a 100,000 square-foot casino which will be the largest gaming complex in the Caribbean.

The island's Cable Beach has been transformed into the mile-long West Bay Street with six acres of picturesque natural wetlands, lakes and parks, walking trails, gazebos and boardwalks.

The Bahamas nation boasts a collection of idyllic islands, such as Bimini, Berry Islands, Crooked Island Mayaguana, Acklins, The Berry Islands, Nassau, The Exumas, Grand Bahama Island, and Harbour Island.

The islands boast unique pink sand beaches and natural attractions such as an underwater limestone cave system, tropical botanical gardens, and beautiful thriving nature reserves.

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