Want to take advantage of Rosewood Elite benefits, including a space available room upgrade, complimentary breakfast, a hotel credit, and more? Contact Ford ([email protected]) for more details. He may even be able to help if you already have a stay booked.
Rosewood has some incredible properties around the world, many of which are popular with travelers from the US, like the Rosewood Bermuda, Rosewood Mayakoba, Rosewood Little Dix Bay, Rosewood St. Barth, Las Ventanas al Paraiso, and more. One of the brand’s other popular hotels is the Rosewood Baha Mar, located in the Bahamas.
In addition to talking about why this resort is so popular, I also wanted to talk about the best way to go about booking a stay here (which is through a Rosewood Elite travel advisor, who can score you perks at no extra cost to you).
Rosewood Baha Mar basics
Rosewood Baha Mar is a 237-room resort located on Nassau’s Cable Beach. The Rosewood is the most luxurious hotel in the Baha Mar development, which is a 1,000 acre complex that otherwise includes a Hyatt and an SLS.
Baha Mar has endless amenities, from several pools, to restaurants and lounges, to a huge spa and fitness center.
Rosewood Baha Mar promotions
Rosewood Baha Mar isn’t cheap, which is all the more reason to make sure you’re getting the best deal possible.
First of all, I appreciate that Rosewood’s website has a calendar that shows you pricing for a couple of months at a time, which allows you to easily compare prices across a longer period of time. That’s much easier than having to search night-by-night.
The Rosewood Baha Mar website lists all of the promotions offered by the hotel. All of these promotions have some restrictions in terms of eligible dates, room types, etc. The good news is that most of these offers will show up automatically when you do a search on Rosewood’s website, so there’s no secret handshake required to take advantage of these.
For example, Rosewood Baha Mar often has fourth or fifth night free offers, discounted rates when staying 14+ days, and more. When you select your room type you’ll be presented with the different rate options, so it’s quite easy to compare the best options directly.
How to book Rosewood Baha Mar
This won’t cost you anything extra, and a Rosewood Elite travel advisor will be able to add extra perks for your stay. What value can a Rosewood Elite travel advisor add?
- Daily breakfast for up to two people per bedroom
- Complimentary one-category room upgrade upon arrival (based on availability)
- A welcome amenity and note
- Additional property specific elite enhanced amenities, which vary by property; these may include a $100 credit per stay
A few further things to note:
- The exact perks that can be added depend on what promotion you’re taking advantage of, but Rosewood Elite travel advisors will always be able to add something beyond what you see on Rosewood’s website
- These perks can be combined with whatever promotion Rosewood is offering on its website directly
- Booking through Rosewood Elite is better than booking through Amex Fine Hotels & Resorts, because upgrades are prioritized through Rosewood’s own proprietary program
Rosewood Baha Mar is a great luxury getaway from the US, given just how close the Bahamas is to Florida. If you’re looking to visit Baha Mar, the Rosewood is the best hotel in the complex.
If you want to get the best deal on your stay at Rosewood Baha Mar, make sure you book through a Rosewood Elite travel advisor. They can add additional perks for your stay beyond what’s available directly through Rosewood, or even what’s available through other programs.
|Want to receive extra benefits for your stay at Rosewood Baha Mar, including free breakfast, a space available room upgrade, a hotel credit, and more? Contact [email protected] for more details. He may even be able to help if you already have a stay booked.|
Learn about Rosewood deals & offers: Baha Mar, Bermuda, Dallas (Mansion on Turtle Creek), Little Dix Bay, London, Los Cabos (Las Ventanas al Paraiso), Madrid (Villa Magna), Mayakoba, Miramar Beach, New York (The Carlyle), Paris (Hotel de Crillon), San Miguel de Allende, Sand Hill, Santa Fe (Inn of the Anasazi), Sao Paulo, St. Barth, Tuscany (Castiglion del Bosco), Vienna, and Washington D.C.