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Sheraton Nassau Beach Resort 

All Aboard! The family-friendly Sheraton Nassau Beach Resort & Casino is making every vacationer feel welcome this summer, with affordable day passes available to cruisers and Bahamian locals alike. The port of Nassau is the largest port-of-call in the Caribbean – making the Day Pass ideal for cruisers looking to escape the crowds and enjoy resort accommodations and amenities, picturesque white-sand beaches, water sports and gracious Bahamian hospitality.

 

For $99*, the resort’s room-inclusive Day Pass grants cruisers and locals access to the following resort amenities:

  • Day-use room for two
  • 1,000-foot stretch of white-sand beach
  • Three freshwater pools
  • Non-motorized water sports
  • On-site restaurants and lounges
  • Towels

 

For those looking to just enjoy the resort amenities for the day – not a room at the resort – cruisers and locals can book a standard Day Pass, which grants guests access to the beach, pools, restaurants, towels and non-motorized water sports for $25* per person. Both day passes include access to kayaks, snorkeling equipment, water bikes and rafts.

 

While visiting Sheraton Nassau Beach Resort & Casino, day pass guests can experience exquisite cuisine at the six signature restaurants and lounges ranging from casual to fine-dining, which offer up a variety of island and international specialties. Savor delicious Italian cuisine at Amici, A Trattoria, sip on a tropical drink at Edgewater Bar or sample traditional Caribbean fare at Dolphin Grill.

 

Perfect for cruisers who need a vacation from their vacation, the room-inclusive Day Pass grants access to high-speed Internet, LCD flat-screen televisions and the signature Sheraton Sweet Sleeper™ Bed – a multi-layered creation adorned with down pillows, luxurious sheets, a signature blanket and duvet, which is ideal for cruisers looking to relax and get away from it all.

 

The resort is the perfect place to unwind and rejuvenate in the warm, tropical paradise of Nassau. The property features seven acres of spectacular waterscape, including three freshwater pools with flowing waterfalls, oversized whirlpools, and a swim-up bar. Families – and kids, specifically – will enjoy the resort’s Sheraton Adventure Club, which offers an endless variety of daily and evening activities as well as hands-on educational programs that will keep the kids entertained while parents enjoy the adjoining 35,000-square-foot, Vegas-style Crystal Palace Casino, which features over 400 slot machines and 25 table games including Blackjack, Craps, Poker, Roulette and more.

 

For more information on Sheraton Nassau Beach Resort & Casino, please visit online. To book a day pass at the resort, please call 242-327-6000.

 

*Terms & Conditions: The standard day pass is $25 per person, which grants access to the pool, beach, restaurants, towels and non-motorized water sports. The room-inclusive day pass is $99 and includes use of a standard room for two from 7 a.m. – 7 p.m. and grants access to the pool, beach, restaurants, towels and non-motorized water sports. A $35 charge will apply for additional room guests. The day pass does not include motorized water sports. Food & beverages are not included complimentary for either day pass but can be purchased separately.

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