Eating in a beautiful setting can be one of the best parts of any trip to this region. Luckily, the Bahamas offers some rich and unique dining opportunities. No matter where you stay, you can try both traditional and modern takes on the local cuisine.
The properties named below are great options if having instant access to a world of dining options is important. Many of them have amazing on-site restaurant selection, while some are situated in neighborhoods with tons of off-property options.
You'll probably find yourself eating a lot of meals at your hotel, even if you intend to try many of the local restaurants. This means comparing properties by how well their dining options match your vacation style. Eating on-site means days are free of stress and extra travel. The food being world-class is a bonus, making on-site dining a tempting option.
The hotels below were ranked based on their amenities and options, such as quick service snack bars, room service, and of course their full service restaurants.
|Property||Location||Snack Bar||Room Service|
|Atlantis Royal Towers||0.5 mi. West-Northwest of Paradise Island, New Providence|
|Atlantis Beach Tower||0.2 mi. North of Paradise Island, New Providence|
|Atlantis Coral Towers||0.2 mi. Northwest of Paradise Island, New Providence|
|Riu Palace Paradise Island||0.2 mi. North of Paradise Island, New Providence|
|Atlantis The Reef||3.6 mi. North of Nassau, New Providence|
|Atlantis The Cove||0.7 mi. West-Northwest of Paradise Island, New Providence|
|Best Western Bay View Suites||0.1 mi. South-Southeast of Paradise Island, New Providence|
|Comfort Suites Paradise Island||0.1 mi. West-Northwest of Paradise Island, New Providence|
|One & Only Ocean Club||0.3 mi. East of Paradise Island, New Providence|
|British Colonial Hilton||Downtown Nassau, New Providence|
|Rock House||Dunmore Town, Harbour Island|
|Towne Hotel||Downtown Nassau, New Providence|
|Sandals Royal Bahamian Resort & Spa||0.0 mi. South-Southeast of Cable Beach, New Providence|
|Graycliff Hotel And Restaurant||Downtown Nassau, New Providence|
|Sivananda Ashram Yoga Retreat||3.6 mi. North of Nassau, New Providence|
|Pink Sands Resort||Dunmore Town, Harbour Island|
|The Dunmore||Dunmore Town, Harbour Island|
|The Landing||Dunmore Town, Harbour Island|
|Meliá Nassau Beach||0.7 mi. East-Southeast of Cable Beach, New Providence|
Taking a top rank among the best accommodations for its fantastic on-site dining is Atlantis Royal Towers, so food lovers who book their stays at the resort will really enjoy sampling all they have to offer. Dine in casual style or formal elegance at the Atlantis resort with culinary styles to suit the simplest tastes to the most extravagant. Guests who want to explore what the Bahamas have to offer will find lots of exciting choices nearby.
Atlas Bar and Grill
The Bar and Grill is located at the Atlantis Casino, providing guests with a fun setting to enjoy a meal.
Casa D' Angelo
An interesting combination of Tuscan-inspired flavores mixed with Caribbean cuisine come to life on the plates of guests at this restaurant by chef Angelo Elia.
Better than Chinese take-out, Chop Stix serves up a selection of popular Chinese dishes.
Dune offers an eclectic selection of foods ranging from French to Chinese, and even local Bahamian favorites.
Bahamian Club offers traditional dining in an upscale setting.
Bimini Road serves up Caribbean fare in a fittingly casual setting. Savor the islands by discovering Caribbean fare in this fun, casual and colorful restaurant with ocean-inspired interiors and an outdoor bar.
Carmines offers family-style dining, replicating a restaurant of the same name in New York.
Cave Grill is a low-key restaurant that surrounds guests will marine life while they enjoy their food.
Food carts are all the rage, even in paradise. Grab a quick meal when you're on the go, or dine on the patio.
Mediterranean cuisine is on the menu at the One & Only Club in the Courtyard Terrace.
This barbecue joint uses a variety of exotic local herbs, spices, rubs, and sauces to create signature flavors.
1950s style decor and tabletop jukeboxes make this classic burger joint a favorite among families.
Lagoon Bar and Grill
Lagoon is an open-air dining facility, serving up succulent burgers and other grilled specialties.
For many, there is nothing better than a good, old-fashioned pizza pie. You can get all of your favorite toppings, or try something a little different as you dine dockside.
With the interesting concept of presenting regional cuisine at made-to-order food stations, Marketplace is indeed reminiscent of an Old World market.
Mesa Grill is famed chef Bobby Flay's restaurant, featuring Southwestern cuisine with Bahamian flare.
Yes another Mediterranean-style restaurant, Mosaic offers a more casual atmosphere than Courtyard Terrace.
Sometimes you just want to dine one food prepared at an old-fashioned deli. Murray's is decorated 1950s style, and offers guests with fixes of traditional deli meals.
Japanese fare is served at this highly acclaimed restaurant, by Japanese chef Nobu Matshisa.
The Point Restaurant and Bar
Salads, sandwiches, and an extra dash of Caribbean fare is served up at the Point.
The name speaks for itself - thick steaks and other grilled specialties are served at Seafire Steakhouse.
Food is cooked up an live-action cooking stations, so guests can watch their meals be prepared. Fare includes barbecue and Caribbean-styles.
Situated at the base of the Mayan Temple, Shark Bites serves up classic favorites such as sandwiches, salads, and burgers al fresco.
Hearty barbecue featuring items smoked over hickory, oak, and fruit woods is served up family dining-style.
Interested in one of the hotels you see? Just click its name to continue reading comprehensive articles about that property — because even if food is your deciding factor, there are many other amenities to consider.
Another factor to consider is the proximity of your hotel to local restaurants. No matter how much you may enjoy the food where you stay, no trip would be complete without searching for a good nearby restaurant, particularly if you plan to stay for more than a few days.
Below you'll find hotels chosen as top picks for their proximity to a wide selection of neighborhood restaurants.
|Coral Sands Hotel||Dunmore Town, Harbour Island|
|Royal Palm Hotel||Dunmore Town, Harbour Island|
|Nassau Palm Hotel||3.1 mi. North of Nassau, New Providence|
|Red Carpet Inn Nassau||3.4 mi. Northeast of Nassau, New Providence|
|Runaway Hill Inn||Dunmore Town, Harbour Island|
|Blue Water Resort||0.3 mi. East of Cable Beach, New Providence|
|Club Land'or Resort||0.6 mi. East-Southeast of Paradise Island, New Providence|
|Oceanview Club||Dunmore Town, Harbour Island|
|Paradise Harbour Club & Marina||0.7 mi. East of Paradise Island, New Providence|
|Paradise Island Beach Club||0.6 mi. East of Paradise Island, New Providence|
|Westwind Club||0.2 mi. East of Cable Beach, New Providence|
|Nassau Junkanoo Resort||3.1 mi. North of Nassau, New Providence|
|Marley Resort and Spa||0.3 mi. East of Cable Beach, New Providence|
|Tingum Village||Dunmore Town, Harbour Island|
|Netties Place at Casuarinas||0.3 mi. South West of Cable Beach, New Providence|
|Romora Bay Resort and Marina||Harbour Island|
|Wyndham Nassau & Crystal Palace Casino||0.8 mi. East-Southeast of Cable Beach, New Providence|
Whichever accommodations you choose, remember that some of The Bahamas' finest restaurants are in hotels, so your most memorable dining experience may occur at a completely different property. By clicking the name of any hotel on this page, you will see further details, photos, and facts about it, as well as all the food-related amenities that matter to you.
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