Investors and frequent travellers looking for a second home outside of the Asia Pacific might be interested to know that you can now own a piece of the Bahamian Riveria with Baha Mar.
With sale launches set across Singapore and Hong Kong, Asian travellers are invited to own a piece of The Bahamas with this 400-hectare multi-property resort enclave, featuring Rosewood Hotels & Resorts, Mondrian and Hyatt Hotels and Resorts. And let's also not forget the largest casino in the Caribbean at The Baha Mar Casino & Hotel.
“We are creating not only the largest resort destination in the Caribbean, but are also introducing a lifestyle not currently available to buyers in this region,” said Richard English, senior vice president of Residential Sales.
A total of 2,200 hotel rooms and 307 private, freehold residences are scheduled for opening in late 2014, as well as The Baha Mar Casino & Hotel, where the 9,000 square-metre casino will be the centrepiece of the entire project, expected to be comparable to the best in Las Vegas (we'd say Macau as well).
It's not all about leisure in Baha Mar; a combined 19,000 square metres of convention space will allow for a one-stop entertainment and sports venue, versatile for different usage. Upscale shopping boutiques with authentic Bahamian arts and crafts galleries, chef-branded restaurants and exciting nightclub and entertainment offerings are just a handful of things one can expect being in Baha Mar.
More than eight hectares of beachfront experiences, two unique spas and a planned 18-hole Jack Nicklaus signature golf course will definitely create a wholesome experience on The Bahamas.
Ownership at Baha Mar starts at a mere US$1.5 million, with freehold title in the residences sold by deed and can be held by the purchaser in perpetuity. Purchasers have the option to enjoy year-round personal use of their residence or participate in Baha Mar’s rental program, which allows for up to 90 days of personal use per year.
All Baha Mar owners are eligible to apply for permanent residency status in The Islands of The Bahamas as well.
For further information, please visit www.bahamar.com.