While all our content and recommendations are free, a lot of work goes into making this blog and podcast happen. Like lots of travel businesses, we got hit hard during this pandemic and your donation helps us create more free content and keep this castaway community running. Thank you so much!
Pirates, princes, prime ministers and now you, the Graycliff Hotel is offering a special package that will have you feeling like royalty. Wow, I wrote that like an ad agency…have to stop doing that!
Seriously though, the Graycliff isn’t just a hotel, it’s an experience. Nassau is known for its hustle and bustle, shops and nightlife, but the Graycliff is cut from a different mold. After staying there for two nights myself, it’s easy to see why it’s such a special place. The history of the Graycliff by itself puts it on another playing field, then throw in the food, cigars, wine and staff–they take it to a another level. Night and day from the large resorts you find on the shore of Nassau’s Cable Beach.
For travel now until 12/15/12, the Graycliff is offering pricing on their Royal Treat Package.
Here’s what the Royal Treat Package will get you:
• Accommodations with welcome card from General Manager
• Bottle of house champagne and Graycliff chocolates upon arrival
• One four-course chef’s “Royal Tasting Dinner” for two at Graycliff Restaurant. Includes a bottle of wine from the wine cellar
• One dinner for two at Humidor Brazilian Steakhouse, including a Caipirinhia per person
• Full breakfast daily for two
• Welcome at airport with round-trip transfers
• Beach day at Blue Lagoon Island (lunch and transfers to ferry at an extra cost)
• Entrance to Graycliff Divan, the airport VIP lounge on departure with complimentary Wi-Fi
Sit in the wine lounge with a glass of vino, puff on a Graycliff cigar and take in the beauty of the historic building. Ask to take a tour of the famous wine cellar, it holds more than 250,000 bottles of wine. I learned that they own the most expensive bottle of wine in the world. The bottle, a 1727 Rudesheimer Apostelwein from in the “Rheinghau” region of Germany is priced at $200,000 and is said to be one of the rarest bottles of wine in the world. Did I hold this bottle? Yes. Was I nervous? Ah yeah.
If you’re looking for a unique and truly Bahamian place to stay while in Nassau, the Graycliff is a must.
Let me know if you’ve ever had the pleasure of eating or staying at the Graycliff. Always love to hear about what others thought.
Find our recommended Caribbean hotels, restaurants, charters, & tours here
Need something else? Check out our list of favorite companies on our resources page
We use all the companies listed here or on the resource page. By booking through these links, the small commission we earn helps us bring you more Caribbean content so that you can save money and have a better island vacation. Crystal and I greatly appreciate any support!
Just a salty pirate looking to explore and document the wonders of the Caribbean. Professional blogger, rum judge, consultant, marketer, and consumer of blue water beauty. To learn more, visit our About Us Page.