The Real Bahamas. Imagine That.
Exuma’s Award Winning Resort
Grand Isle Resort & Spa sits on a mile-long stretch of ivory beach and sparkling clear waters of Emerald Bay on the island of Great Exuma in the Bahamas. Recipient of the coveted AAA Four Diamond Award, this sun-kissed tropical paradise has a family friendly, low-key attitude that immediately sets visitors at ease. Just a few of the reasons its been awarded TripAdvisor's Traveler's Choice Award and its Certificate of Excellence.
This relaxing resort puts Great Exuma's unrivaled recreation – including sport fishing, diving, snorkeling and golf – within easy reach. Located just a one-hour flight from Miami or 40-minute flight from Nassau, guests immerse themselves in the "Real Bahamas" on an island renowned for its natural beauty and friendly, laid-back style. Featuring 78 spacious, exquisitely furnished villas of one- to four-bedrooms, Grand Isle Resort & Spa's authentic Bahamian style merges seamlessly with settings and experiences that earn praise from the readers of Travel + Leisure, who named Palapa Grill one of the "Best Romantic Restaurants in the Bahamas" and SeaStar Spa among the "Top Spas in the Bahamas." From soothing spa services to sublime cuisine, relaxing days by an elegant infinity-edge pool to work-outs in a well-equipped fitness center, the Grand Isle experience is anchored by staff whose highest priority is your complete satisfaction.
Honeymoon BlissView Details
It’s hard to imagine a more blissful or romantic backdrop than Great Exuma to begin your lives together but, at Grand Isle Resort, we’ve kicked up the romance a notch or two. Our four-night Honeymoon Bliss package features villa accommodations with a private balcony, chilled Champagne and strawberries on arrival, daily breakfast at Palapa Grill, a couple’s massage and a private, ultra-romantic excursion to breathtaking Elizabeth Harbour, plus roundtrip airport transfers.
$3,945 (high season)
$3,392 (low season)
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Rates include tax and gratuities and are based on double occupancy.