The Bahamas are always a great choice for sand, sun, fun, cuisine and island culture. The weather here is tropical with an average temperature of 84° Fahrenheit that makes it the perfect environment for resorts to come enjoy it. Graycliff is a hotel next door to the Government House in Nassau that is a few minutes from the beach and away from the touristy nature of the area.
Graycliff Hotel is a historic, colonial style mansion surrounded by a beautiful garden. It becomes an oasis of peace in the Bahamas with 20 elegantly appointed rooms, two swimming pools, Graycliff world renown cigars, and the 5 Star Graycliff Restaurant that has Bahamian cuisine and wine from their Grand Award winning Wine Cellar.
The Graycliff has a decor that blends old and new in air conditioned rooms with private bath, luxurious amenities, daily housekeeping, and Wi-Fi in your choice of Deluxe Room, Luxury Room, Suite, or Graycliff Suite. Each also have pool, and garden view with King or twin bed in some rooms.
Get a true taste of the Bahamas when you dine at the two restaurants and selection of bars here. The Graycliff Restaurant serves delicious continental and Bahamian dishes that have earned them a Five-Star rating. There are also culinary experiences, cooking lessons, wine & cheese tasting, and special meals to help you stay nourished on your Caribbean adventure. Graycliff Hotel also honors the British tradition of Afternoon Tea. Sounds awesome right now. Right?
To keep the blood flowing, enjoy some experiences outside of your room. Graycliff makes it easy to enjoy yourself, no matter your interests. Take the cooking lessons we mentioned above, or head over and pick up a few sticks at Graycliff Cigar Company. Smoke not your thing? Then you definitely can enjoy some fine confections at Graycliff Chocolatier. Bahama Barrels is the first winery in the Bahamas that is open for tastings, and for a taste of history, learn about the Bahamas at The Heritage Museum.
The Graycliff Hotel is a classy, colonial style mansion in Nassau that is in a great location to learn the history, and taste the culture of the Bahamas. That is true if you stay at the hotel for the entire trip, or you venture to the nearby beach, and stroll the city. Learn more about this warm hotel at the link.
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