Splashdance is the epitome of island wear set in a lovely shop in the Harbour Bay Shopping Centre. This spot sells everything you might imagine a person with elegant taste might wear in a casual setting on the island, plus a huge selection of swimwear and gifts spread out over 6,000 square feet and covering two stories of show space.
Bohemian style clothing that flows around the body and features beautiful prints, decorative sandals and wedges, beach-y hand bags, jewelry, and of course, one of the widest selection of designed swimwear is available at Splashdance. In addition to women's wear, they carry a variety of options for everyone from newborn babies through to the elderly, and through sizes 3X for men, women, and children.
On the second floor of the building is their gift department, which has a nautical look and tropical flare about it. Here, they sell books for kids and adults of all interests. If you're able to visit during the Christmas season, you'll experience the peak of their attentive service by enjoying wine and and gift wrapping services while you shop.
Positioned toward the outskirts of Nassau, a mile east of downtown, Splashdance is part of, and happily welcomes residents and tourists shopping in or near this part of the city. But even if you aren't staying in this location, you should consider dropping by.
If you are the type who likes to browse in more than one store, you'll be interested in knowing that there are plenty of other apparel stores that are located nearby, like Del Sol Nassau, and Cariloha Nassau. Browse through the table below to get a feel for some examples of other shopping opportunities just a short distance from Splashdance,
|Mall at Marathon||Shopping Center||1.7 mi.||South West|
|Vincent D'Aguilar Art Foundation||Art Gallery||2.3 mi.||West|
|Del Sol Nassau||T-Shirt Shop||1.9 mi.||West|
|Cariloha Nassau||Boutique||1.9 mi.||West|
|Burn's Liquor Store||Beer, Wine, and Liquor Store||1.7 mi.||South West|
Aside from shopping, you'll discover a good number of interesting attractions you might visit while you are in Nassau. If a historical site sounds fun, check out Queen's Staircase. Still, if you would rather a art museum, then you may want to consider National Art Galley of The Bahamas. You will also find a collection of places where you can enjoy a meal in this area.
Although they are closed on Sundays, you can shop from 9:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Monday through Saturday.
Location: East Bay Street, Nassau, New Providence
Phone: (242) 328-3661
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