Margaritaville resort hotel is coming to Nassau, Bahamas

Margaritaville at the Pointe in Nassau, Bahamas, Photo Credit: Hemsworth Communications

Margaritaville is bringing its brand to Nassau, Bahamas, with the $250-million, six-acre Margaritaville at The Pointe. The new resort is already under construction and expected to reach its first opening phase in mid-2019. 

The upcoming Margaritaville Beach Resort and Marina in downtown Nassau will have 150 guestrooms and 150 oceanfront residences, 100 of which will be operate as the One Particular Harbour at The Pointe. One Particular Harbour's residences will be next to the property's retail space, spa and water park. This will be Margaritaville's second One Particular Harbour development in its portfolio.



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the king guestroom at Margaritaville at the Pointe, Photo Credit: Hemsworth Communications

The Jimmy Buffet-inspired brand operates eleven hotels and resorts across the southeastern U.S. and Caribbean. Another 23 resort projects are currently under construction or in active development. The company's portfolio also has four gaming locations and more than 60 food and beverage locations. 

Margaritaville's next property to open this year is the 187-room Margaritaville Orlando with a 12-acre water park. The $750-million resort, which is currently under development, will open in late 2018 with 1,000 residential units, including cottages, villas, timeshare units and other vacation home styles. 

The brand is also developing a property in Nashville slated to open in summer 2019 near the Music City Convention Center. Construction on the 12-story hotel with 217 guestrooms in the city’s SoBro district began in early December 2017 in partnership with Safe Harbor Developers. The property will also have 52 timeshare units operated by Margaritaville Vacation Club by Wyndham. 

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The company has allotted $40 million toward upgrades at the Bahia Principe Grand Tulum alone.

The upcoming property will be located next to the Miami Beach Convention Center, which underwent a $600 million renovation last year.

A few weeks after revealing it had taken on four new hotels in the South, the operator added another four, bringing its portfolio to 121 properties.