Goldwynn Resort & Residences Opens on Cable Beach in The Bahamas

Goldwynn Resort & Residences on Cable Beach in the Bahamas - Exterior
Goldwynn Resort & Residences on Cable Beach in the Bahamas

Goldwynn Resort & Residences announced today its opening on Cable Beach in Nassau, Bahamas.

Goldwynn Resort is designed with a nod to the seaside travel of yesteryear combined with the best in today’s luxury travel. Conceptualized to celebrate the nostalgia of a grand era of travel, Wynn Hospitality LTD. presents their spin on a luxury Bahamian holiday with privacy and personal service, world-class cuisine, and an epic seaside location.

“At Goldwynn Resort, we are dedicated to providing the best in-luxury service and an experience that mirrors a contemporary island-living philosophy,” said Paul Wynn, of Wynn Hospitality, LTD, developer of Goldwynn Resort & Residences. “Matched with our private yet prime location, guests are encouraged to immerse themselves and appreciate the aspects of Bahamian culture from cuisine and art to nature both on-property and within the surrounding destination.”

Located just fifteen minutes from Linden Pindling International Airport and ten minutes from downtown Nassau, Goldwynn Resort features 81 residential-style accommodations including studios, one- two- and three-bedroom suites, and three expansive Edge suites. The three-bedroom signature Goldwynn Suite is the ultimate in an oceanfront resort stay, featuring 1,940 square feet of interior space, three balconies, two terraces and 270 degrees of unobstructed ocean views. All studios and suites feature full kitchens or kitchenettes, private balconies and views of the Bahamian ocean or manicured golf course. Curated artwork from local Bahamian artists, rich textures, bespoke design elements and a dazzling palette of bright whites, cool blues, and sun-kissed metallics that capture the color journey of a typical Bahamian day adorn each room.

Guests can embark on a culinary journey at Amara, the resort’s open-air eatery located on the infinity-pool deck. Matching, light fare and libations with views of the Cable Beach coastline guests can opt to dine poolside in a private, butler-serviced cabana, just steps from the water’s edge. Atria is a stylish, yet unpretentious casual hub infused with natural light and showcases the hemisphere’s tallest indoor relief sculpture — a spectacular five-story art installation by Bahamian master artist, Kishan Munroe. Bar Paul, a casual lounge by day and an energizing space by night, creates an inviting atmosphere with panoramic oceanfront views. In March, the resort will debut its signature restaurant, OIA, featuring a fusion of flavors influenced by MediterrAsian specialties and rooted in Japanese traditions of preparation and presentation.

Also in March, Rhizophora Spa will open and welcome guests to a holistic ecosystem where they can stabilize and maintain their well-being through the power of touch, ancient rituals, and mind body wellness technologies. Treatments are designed with VOYA and Biologique Recherche products to deliver a high-quality spa experience, bringing guests to a new level of peace and relaxation. This intimate and island chic sanctuary includes three treatment rooms, inclusive of one multi-purpose room where guests can enjoy multiple simultaneous spa and salon treatments, a beautiful nail salon and an outdoor cabana where guests can bask in the beautiful Bahamian seaside atmosphere.

The beachfront resort that sits merely 50 feet away from the turquoise waters, also features 12,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor meeting and event space to accommodate small weddings, corporate events and a wide array of special occasion and celebratory memorable escapes. Goldwynn Resort offers daily and seasonal on-site programming including cultural events, dive-in movie nights, and a special weekend oceanfront brunch experience, and works with local restaurants, attractions, and shops to extend guests exclusive offers to encourage them to explore and appreciate aspects of Bahamian cuisine, art, nature and culture.