7 Reasons to Flock to the Grand Hyatt Baha Mar

Whether you are in love, recently engaged, planning your wedding or considering a locale for your honeymoon, the Bahamas is a beautiful place to celebrate romance. Comprised of 700 islands spanning over 100,000 square miles of ocean, the archipelago called The Bahamas is a most enchanting ecological paradise. Its capital Nassau, located on New Providence, is the home of the Baha Mar, the perfect place to celebrate love.

Since its progressive opening in 2017, the $4.2 billion luxury resort development (comprised of Grand Hyatt, SLS and Rosewood) has established itself as one of the most desirable destinations in the Caribbean for proposals, bachelorette parties, destination weddings and honeymoons.

Wedding Venues Galore

A waterside chapel, gazebos, private beach, grand and junior ballrooms, lawns, a convention center and arts and entertainment center are some of the lovely spots to tie the knot at the Grand Hyatt  Baha Mar .

Along with the waterside chapel, the robust roster of spaces to tie the knot include a private beach, ballrooms, lawns, gazebos, a convention center and an arts and entertainment center.

Honeymoon Haven

Couples looking for a seaside spot to relax and indulge post-nuptials will find everything they need and more at the Grand Hyatt Baha Mar. Enjoy creative cocktails at the swim-up bar, take a ride on a kayak, enjoy the Rhythm of Love massage at the EPSA spa, play golf or enjoy tennis.  You can also take a quick taxi ride to enjoy the vibrant downtown Nassau or enjoy your own private island.


Couples who adore the color blue will find paradise in the myriad shades in the sky and sea in The Bahamas.
Photo Credit: Tadeu Brunelli


Great Girls Getaway

The Baha Mar properties, including Grand Hyatt,  SLS and Rosewood, are the perfect spots to host a bachelorette party or huddle with the girls before and after the wedding. Boasting more than 20 food and beverage outlets, ranging from colorful airstream food trucks to a sea-to-table fish house, the offerings include the posh Bond nightclub and New Providence Island’s sloe rooftop lounge, Skybar. Pamper your posse at the 30,000 sq. ft ESPA Spa. Splash in one of the six pools.

Your wedding party will enjoy a plethora of pleasures at the Grand Hyatt Baha Mar. Thanks to Nancy Egbert & Matthew Cohen for sharing this special moment from their wedding.


The flamingo is the national bird of the Bahamas. These beautiful birds can be enjoyed through special programs overseen by the property’s CFO, Chief Flamingo Officer. Guests can Meet and Greet the flamingos, take a yoga class with the birds and even have them walk you down the aisle or hang out with your wedding guests. Our group got to meet the newest member of the flock, a tiny flamingo named Bimini.

Meet national bird of the Bahamas, the flamingo, at the Baha Mar Grand Hyatt. Take a yoga class with a flamingo or have the flock meet and greet your wedding guests.


Bespoke Experiences

Looking to create a special memory? The staff is more than happy to create a bespoke experience whether you want to learn about rum, take a boat to a private island or host a special dinner with a light show.


Rum tastings are just one of the myriad of bespoke experiences that await at the Baha Mar properties.


Infinite Things to Do

Shared resort amenities include the Caribbean’s largest casino, flagship ESPA spa, Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course and The Current art gallery and studios.



Baha Mar’s Convention, Arts & Entertainment Center doubles as an art gallery, featuring original works from Bahamian artists and 80,000 -sqft of state-of-the-art indoor spaces, perfect for weddings and special celebrations.

Committed to the Community

The Baha Mar Foundation is spearheading hurricane relief efforts to assist those in Grand Bahama and The Abacos by providing food, shelter and medicine. Those staying at Grand Hyatt Baha Mar can participate in Baha Mar’s “Pack with Love” program, which encourages vacationers to bring an item to share with those affected by Hurricane Dorian. Visitors are able to bring donations to shelters directly or simply drop items off at the resort.


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