The Cloisters are the ruins of a French Monastery with a lot of history. Built in the 1300's, the ruins did not find their way to the Bahamas until the 1960's. A man named Huntington Hartford bought them and had them imported, but not from France. Prior to the 1960's, the ruins were in the United States, imported their in the 1920's by Randolph Hurst. For now, the ruins are resting from all the travelling and is a popular spot for weddings and photographs.
Paradise Island is a good option for those wishing to visit Cloisters, because visitors to this part of the Bahamas will be pleased to have easy site access during their time there. There are a suitable amount of hotels in the neighborhood within the vicinity of Cloisters.
|One & Only Ocean Club||Resort||0.1 mi. (0.6 km)||NW|
|Club Land'or Resort||Hotel||0.2 mi. (1.0 km)||SE|
|Paradise Harbour Club & Marina||Resort||0.3 mi. (1.1 km)||ESE|
|Paradise Island Beach Club||Hotel||0.3 mi. (1.0 km)||NE|
|Best Western Bay View Suites||Hotel||0.4 mi. (0.2 km)||W|
|Riu Palace Paradise Island||Hotel||0.5 mi. (0.3 km)||NW|
|Comfort Suites Paradise Island||Resort||0.5 mi. (0.1 km)||W|
Of course, one of the most delightful options while spending some time exploring the area is having fare at a restaurant within traveling distance of Cloisters. The closest place to eat is Columbus Tavern, which plates up Caribbean dishes. Also close-by, you and your group will find eateries including Viola's Bar and Grill and Hibiscus Terrace where you and your group should sample eclectic meals and experience the Bahamas culture.
You might want to give the site a call in advance to get their hours of operation.
For price of admission, dial up Cloisters ahead of time to determine how much they charge, or if they do at all.
Phone Number: (242) 363-3000
Location: Cloister Road, Nassau, New Providence
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