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Any all inclusive resorts cruisers can go to in Nassau?

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Any all inclusive resorts cruisers can go to in Nassau?

We're cruising into Nassau next month for a day and I heard there are some all inclusive resorts that will accept walk-ins from cruises, such as Breezes. Can someone tell me more about this and another other than Breezes?

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1. Re: Any all inclusive resorts cruisers can go to in Nassau?

You would probably get a better response if you posted this to the Nassau or New Prov. Island forum, but I can answer the question.

All of the beaches on the island are technically public property, up to the high water mark (wherever that is). Access to these beaches for non-hotel guests can be made from designated public beach access points. However, there are limited (almost not existent) facilities available to you if you are not a hotel guest, since the hotels are off limits to non-guests, and they have security on the beach to keep the public from wandering into the hotels.

There are some hotels that offer a "day rate" to non-guests, (such as cruisers). The day passes are usually avail. depending on overall occupancy, and can sometimes sell out, depending on how many people are at the hotel that day. Sometimes your best bet is to pay a little more money and purchase this as a shore excursion from your cruise line.

There are 3 options available.

1. Br. Colonial Hilton (you can walk there from the cruise dock) has a $15 day rate for use of pools, chairs, towels, and other facilities. They don't have the nicest beach, as their beach faces the harbour, and not the open ocean.

2. Wyndham (Cable Beach) has the same deal. It is a 15 min ride on the #10 jitney bus ($1), or a short taxi ride, which might cost $10 or $12. The Wyndham has bars and restaurants where you can purchase your food & drink.

3. Breezes (Cable Beach) has a similar deal, but charges around $55. You get full all-inclusive privledges for that fee (unlimited food & drink). Only stipulation is that the Breezes is virtually adult only (children over 14 are acceptable).

4. The mighty Atlantis (Paradise Island) has a day pass(when avail.) Their pass is over $100, but includes all of the waterslides, etc. Great value if you need to entertain your kids. Another option is to rent a room at the nearby Comfort Suites, where they will give you up to 4 wristbands for Atlantis.

email me if you have any mor ???

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2. Re: Any all inclusive resorts cruisers can go to in Nassau?

Awesome! Many thanks!

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