Nassau’s most characterful hotel is this slightly spooky 260-year-old home, built by a wealthy pirate. Hidden above town on West Hill St, the Georgian main house is filled with high-ceilinged rooms, musty antiques, mismatched oriental rugs and intriguing nooks and corners begging further exploration. Huge gardenside cottages, arrayed around an extraordinary Spanish-tiled pool, are equally alluring.
The astonishing wine cellar (250,000-plus bottles!) and a library redolent of the rich aroma of Cuban cigars have kept guests such as Winston Churchill and The Beatles happy. There are two main buildings on the grounds: one is the hotel itself, which includes the Graycliff Restaurant, and the other contains the steakhouse Humidor Churrascaria and the Graycliff Cigar Co.
This luxury hotel features 2 restaurants, 2 swimming pools, on-site Chocolatier and its own cigar company. Graycliff Hotel is a restored mansion from 1740 and overlooks the Government House. The Graycliff offers air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi, and most of them overlook the surrounding gardens. The rooms are decorated in tasteful decor with a European rich feel with rich tapestries and comfortable amenities. The Humidor Churrascaria Restaurant serves stylish Brazilian-cuisine and meat cuts, while the winery offers bottles from over 15 countries. Guests can also visit the Graycliff Cigar Company. There is a wine cellar, the 3rd largest private collection in the world with over 250,000 bottles in the collection and some of the finest wines in the world. Located on the old part of Nassau, Graycliff Hotel is 13 km from the Lyndon Pindling International Airport and 4-minutes’ drive from the National Art Gallery.
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