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Margaritaville Beach Resort Nassau Offers a Festive Escape for a Good Cause

The lively, recently opened Bahamas spot has been a hit with Parrotheads, but it’s also this region’s next big thing.

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Margaritaville Beach Resort Nassau
When it comes to Margaritaville, loyal travelers always know what to expect. But new guests will especially love the newest addition to Nassau. Margaritaville Beach Resort Nassau

In July 2021, Margaritaville Beach Resort Nassau opened its doors, bringing a fresh face and lively new energy to the island’s luxury resort roster. Located on the eastern end of the popular Junkanoo Beach and inspired by the iconic Margaritaville vibe, this property of the iconic brand provides a relaxing, serene escape and classic laid-back Bahamian experience. And just steps from downtown Nassau, the resort is surrounded by the waterfront entertainment district known as The Pointe, complete with a 40-slip marina and walking distance from the historic city center.

But if the excitement and energy of a new resort aren’t enough, the generous deals will certainly add a spark. Most notably, guests who book before the end of November for stays between November 26, 2021, and January 31, 2022 will receive 30 percent off their rooms. Plus, each reservation will receive two free margaritas to welcome guests to the property.

Best of all, Margaritaville will donate $10 per room per night to The Children’s Emergency Hostel, a local charitable organization that provides temporary housing, food, clothing, medical care, and other essentials to abandoned and neglected children of the area. 

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The property comprises two high-rise towers with 300 contemporary, Caribbean-inspired rooms and 68 suites with expansive ocean panoramas. And the One Particular Harbour Tower offers premium apartment-style accommodations with expansive floor plans, balconies, and full chef’s kitchens. These options are perfect for large groups or those seeking an extended, or even permanent, stay in the Caribbean. 

During their stay, guests can enjoy a wide range of entertainment, shopping, and other amenities including the FlowRider Surf Simulator or the private cinema. In the evenings, adults can even indulge at the St. Somewhere Spa. Margaritaville Beach Resort boasts eleven delicious restaurants and eateries ranging from casual Italian to premier steak and seafood. Guests searching for a late-night libation can stop at Changes in Latitude or the Graycliff Sky Lounge to close out a day on the island.

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