Hotel Review: Grand Hyatt Baha Mar One Bedroom Residence

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Located on the island of New Providence in the Bahamas, you’ll find the Grand Hyatt Baha Mar, which is one of three resorts part of Baha Mar, with the others being SLS Baha Mar and the Rosewood Baha Mar.

The Grand Hyatt Baha Mar has 1800 rooms including 230 suites and residences and is a World of Hyatt Category 5 property, meaning free night awards start at 20,000 points per night. Having previously stayed here, I was eager to return post-hurricane to see the property again.

As a Hyatt Globalist, I received an upgrade to a One-Bedroom Ocean View Residence Deluxe in the West Tower. The property has two towers the East and West Tower, and it seems that World of Hyatt members are typically placed in the West Tower, which is where the Grand Club is located.

a living room with couches and a television

Our one-bedroom ocean view residence featured a spacious living area with ample seating area including a dining room table.

a kitchen with a white island and blue tiles

There was also a full kitchen and a washer/dryer in the unit.

a bathroom with a mirror and sink

Off the to the entrance was a half bathroom.

a bed with a picture above it

The master bedroom featured a king sized bed.

a bathroom with a glass door

The master bathroom had two sinks (one on each side), as well as large walk-in rain shower.

a tray of strawberries and chocolates

As a Hyatt Globalist, the property reached out about a week before my arrival asking for my arrival time, and even sent a welcome amenity!

a view of a resort with a body of water and a blue sky

The one-bedroom ocean view residence offered sweeping views of the ocean and resort.

a view of a resort with a body of water and a blue sky

One-bedroom ocean view residence looking out toward the ocean

a building with a lot of windows

Grand Hyatt Baha Mar

a room with chairs and tables

Located in the lobby level of the West Tower, is the hotel’s grand club which is accessible by key card.

a room with tables and chairs

Grand Hyatt Baha Mar Grand Club

a table with food on it

Grand Hyatt Baha Mar Grand Club breakfast spread

a pancake on a table

Grand Hyatt Baha Mar Grand Club breakfast spread

a group of cereals in a row

Grand Hyatt Baha Mar Grand Club breakfast spread

a table with food on it

Grand Hyatt Baha Mar Grand Club breakfast spread

a gym with exercise equipment

The hotel has a fully equipped fitness center with TechnoGym equipment.

a large room with treadmills and exercise equipment

Grand Hyatt Baha Mar fitness center

a group of exercise bikes on a wood floor

There’s even a few outdoor bikes located at the gym overlooking the grounds and ocean.

a pool with palm trees and people in it

Grand Hyatt Baha Mar pools

a pool with palm trees and people in it

Grand Hyatt Baha Mar pools

a palm tree in a pool

The newest pool development is called the Baha Bay Beach Club and features an infinity edge pool overlooking the ocean.

a pool with white chairs and rocks and palm trees

Baha Bay Beach Club pool area

people sitting at tables and chairs outside

There’s several places for quick bites located by the beach including Umami Burger.

a group of sailboats on a beach

Bottom Line

This was my third stay at the Grand Hyatt Baha Mar, and overall I was very pleased with the resort and service from the staff especially in the Grand Club and the guest relations team. It seems like this property really tries to please World of Hyatt members including Globalists and it shows.

The Grand Club offers a full breakfast spread each morning, as well as evening appetizers and beer, wine, and mixed drinks each night from 5pm-8pm.

The hotel is a quick 15 minute ride from Nassau’s Lynden Pindling International Airport, making it very easy to get to.

If you’re looking to stay here, you may want to consider redeeming World of Hyatt points, as you you’ll be exempt from the hotel’s nightly resort fee.

Check out our other Hyatt reviews from the Caribbean: 

Have you had a chance to experience the Grand Hyatt Baha Mar yet, feel free to comment below on your experience. 

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  1. If this is your 3rd stay I would think you would see how the downgrade the club since it opened and how they really care only for the Instagram posting guest. The hard product is awesome but service, food and casino is a joke for mid level gamblers.

  2. Does the Grand Club included when you book a one bedroom ocean view deluxe on the west tower? Thanks

  3. Hi! I know this post is older, but I cannot find any information on what is in the kitchen. I would like to bring some food to keep on hand but would love to know if there’s cookware like a frying pan and spatulas? A blender? If you remember or could possibly respond I would so appreciate it.

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