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Hotels in Bahamas

Hotels in Bahamas

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This country has so much to offer with a hotel to suit every budget

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The Important Stuff

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Languages

The most commonly spoken language is English.

Currency

Bahamian Dollar

Fun Facts

Around 700 islands are thought to make up the Bahamas.

Local Time

5 hours behind the UK Time

Frequently Asked Questions

The Bahamas promises year-round sunshine and warm temperatures, usually between 24 and 29°C. Peak season is from mid-December to mid-April, and from March to mid-April the islands tend to be at their busiest. Low season is from mid-April to mid-December when many hotels are discounted, although some activities may be closed and the temperatures are also at their hottest. The hurricane season runs from June to November.
Beach lovers and waterbabies alike are drawn to the Bahamas for its clear, warm seas. Go for hotels in Freeport and you’ll be within walking distance of the Dolphin Experience, a chance to take a boat ride before swimming with dolphins. A half-hour drive away, Taino Beach awaits. Here you can swim to the floating playground by day or enjoy the bonfires at night.After a family holiday in the Bahamas? Go for hotels in Nassau. Kids will love Aquaventure for its high-speed rides, lazy rapids and relaxing pool areas. Less than 20 minutes by car, Ardastra Gardens & Zoo are famous for their flamingo shows. You can also see lemurs, parrots and snakes.Outdoorsy couples might want to choose from hotels in Port Lucaya. Take a trip to Pinetree Stables for some horse riding, head to Lucaya Watersports for snorkelling, banana boats and wave runners. There’s also Port Lucaya Marketplace, 9.5 acres of boutiques selling local goods, a chocolate factory, ice cream parlours galore and The Marketplace Square where music plays into the night.Hotels in Cooperstown are a good option for exploring beaches on Abaco Island. Tahiti Beach is to the east of the archipelago, where you can swim, sail or relax with a cocktail. Albury’s Ferry Service operates from the mainland. They let you cruise, snorkel and even swim with pigs. Treasure Cay Beach, on the northeast of the island is perfect for scuba diving and golfing.

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