One & Only Bahamas To Become Four Seasons

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Via Travel Weekly, the amazing One&Only Ocean Club in the Bahamas will now be a Four Seasons in one week. I’ve been to this property several times before and it is one of my favorites. See Ocean Club Paradise Island Bahamas – One And Only.

One & Only Bahamas To Become Four Seasons

The Kerzner-managed One&Only Ocean Club on Paradise Island in the Bahamas will be rebranded as a Four Seasons, effective Nov. 30.

With the management change, the resort will be called the Ocean Club, A Four Seasons Resort, Bahamas.

The 100-room resort, which opened in 1962, is set on a five-mile stretch of beach and features a range of accommodations including several cottages and villas.

Four Seasons has Caribbean resorts in Nevis and Anguilla. The Anguilla resort aims to reopen in early 2018, following damage from Hurricane Irma in September.

Bottom Line

It will be interesting to see what this change will look like for this already amazing property.

HT: Travel Weekly

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  1. Last time FS tried the Bahamas, they quickly pulled up anchor and left. Hopefully this attempt will work out better.

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