February 19, 2012
Treasure Cay, Abaco, Bahamas (RPRN) 02/19/12 — Families looking for an ideal location to host their reunions this year need to look no further than the Bahama Beach Club. This luxurious and spacious resort offers families everything they need to make their time together memorable and enjoyable. With private villas that can accommodate large groups, to a magnificent beach rated one of the top in the world, along with a new food pavilion where families can gather for dinner with views of the ocean, the Bahama Beach Club is excited to welcome families in 2012.
Rates for a two-bedroom, two-bath villa start at $300 and rates for a four-bedroom, four-bath villa start at $700. Prices include daily housekeeping services, cable TV, air conditioning, and unlimited in-room long distance calling to the United States and Canada, and high-speed wireless Internet. Bahama Beach Club also offers all-inclusive meal plans.
The resort’s exquisitely decorated and spacious beachfront villas, which overlook the jewel-toned waters of the Caribbean Sea, are fitted with colorful fabrics and rattan furnishings along with grand master suites, private balconies, fully-equipped kitchens, living rooms and picturesque ocean views. Families can also use the resort’s concierge services, which can pre-stock their villa with groceries of their choice or arrange for the resort’s chef to prepare a private meal for the family right in their own villa.
During the day, families can enjoy the what National Geographic says is one of the “Top Ten Beaches in the World,” along with two freshwater swimming pools, beachside massages, and access to nearby Treasure Cay Resort, which includes 150-slip marina, championship 18-hole golf course, tennis courts, and the Tipsy Seagull Bar, open nightly for cocktails, camaraderie and dancing. In the evening, families can have dinner catered at the resort’s new food pavilion located right on the beach. And families will appreciate that the resort is far from the casino and cruise ship crowds of Nassau making the Bahama Beach Club a tranquil and private oasis for quality family time.
Located on charming Great Abaco Island, which is part of the Abacos, a gorgeous chain of about 100 tropical isles known for velvety soft sands and a laid-back, friendly atmosphere, the Bahama Beach Club offers families a host of activities to enjoy during their reunion. While at the resort, families can rent cars, golf carts and bicycles, and taxis are also available. They can also spend time on the water renting their own boat or taking a scheduled ferry boat to New Plymouth on Green Turtle Cay or to Hopetown on Elbow Cay. And for those who like a little adventure, the area’s diving and snorkeling is consider some of the best in the world and is located off the Abaco Great Barrier Reef where families will find miles of coral reefs and underwater caverns in the 80 degree waters of the Caribbean. The area also has big-game fish like tarpon, wahoo, sailfish and blue marlin.
On- and off-site amenities at the Bahama Beach Club include:
The Bahama Beach Club, only an hour’s flight from Miami, is conveniently located close to two international airports: seven miles from the Treasure Cay Airport (TCB) and some 21 miles from the Marsh Harbour Airport (MHH).
For more information about the Bahama Beach Club, visit www.bahamabeachclub.com, in the Bahamas call 242-365-8500 or from U.S and Canada call toll free (800) 284-0382.
BahamaBeachClub is one of the top ten beaches in the world rated by national Geographic and the No.1 beach in the caribbean.
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