Melia Nassau Beach, which debuted last November after upgrades to the former Sheraton property on Cable Beach, will undergo further renovations as it becomes part of the sprawling Baha Mar project. The resort will be Baha Mar’s only all-inclusive offering.
Highlights of the redesign include 694 guestrooms offering private balcony or patio, and the introduction of the Level, a perks program that offers members a private pool and beach area, a separate check-in desk, priority reservations for dinner, and an exclusive lounge with cocktails and light snacks served throughout the day.
In addition to room upgrades, Melia will be adding more dining options: Cilantro, serving Mexican fare; Nikkei featuring a fusion of Japanese, Cantonese, and Peruvian cuisine, with a sushi bar and Tappan tables; The Black Angus, a modern steakhouse serving quality prime cuts; and gastro bar, Estavida, for tapas and cocktails.
Additional enhancements include an upgraded Kids & Co. program, the transformation of the existing concierge desk into a lobby bar, and a redesign of the hotel pools and outdoor landscape.
Melia Nassau Beach will remain open throughout the renovations, which are expected to be completed by early 2016.