The wealthiest country in the Caribbean is about to get a whole lot more luxe, thanks to the new Baha Mar Residences, part of the soon-to-debut $3.5 billion Baha Mar development.
Unlike other hotel residential programs which limit owners to a single brand, owners of the deeded, free-hold Baha Mar Residences enjoy access to five hotels, including a Rosewood, Grand Hyatt and SLS LUX, among others.
Owners will enjoy tons of amenities, including a 100,000-square-foot Las Vegas style casino, the largest of its kind in the Caribbean, a Jack Nicklaus Signature golf course, an ESPA spa, more than 40 restaurants, bars and clubs, boutiques, and more than 20 acres of gardens, pools and beach. Did we mention that Baha Mar also has its own private jet?
We’d certainly call that a ‘dream home’ worthy destination, wouldn’t you?
Advantages to purchasing a home at Baha Mar are many, including an official rental program powered by the hotel brands, tax-free capital gains upon resale, and tax waivers for rental properties.
Home start at $1.2 million for an 830-square foot, one-bedroom condo at SLS LUX to $12 million for a four-bedroom beach villa at the Rosewood property with 6,100 square feet of interior and exterior space.