A AAA-Four Diamond rated resort, Graycliff is Nassau’s oldest hotel and a landmark listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The hotel comprises an historic mansion, built in 1740, with lush tropical grounds, a casually elegant oasis of tranquillity with gracious service and well-appointed surroundings. It boasts 20 unique guest rooms and spacious suites, with antiques and luxury amenities in four categories and the look and feel of a private enclave. Its 175,000-bottle wine cellar is the third largest in the Western Hemisphere.
Graycliff is located 10 miles from Nassau International Airport, next door to Government House and a short stroll from downtown Nassau’s shopping and business district, the National Art Gallery of the Bahamas, the wharf, and craft market. Nassau’s spectacular white-sand beaches and fabled casinos are just minutes away.