Amazing Wedding Venue options from Nassau and Paradise Island
Once a private estate, The Ocean Club, A Four Seasons Resort, rests between miles of pristine beach and exquisite gardens inspired by the romantic grandeur of Versailles. Fragrant blossoms of hibiscus and bougainvillea, along with hand-laid rock ridges and stone steps, ascend the terraced garden decorated with bronze and marble statues from Europe. At its apex stand the dramatic arches of a 12th-century Augustinian cloister boasting spectacular sunset views over Nassau Harbor.
Compass Point is a 1.5-acre celebration of bold imagination. Its 18 huts, two-story cottages and cabanas glow with vivid Junkanoo colors. It’s the perfect choice for guests who value Bahamas wedding packages with simplicity, comfort, creativity and romance.
The Poop Deck at Sandyport
Your idyllic dream of a perfect wedding is to be married on a white sandy beach in The Bahamas. The sun shining its blessings and cool crystal clear waters kissing your feet as you both carve your first footprint on the sand, as one. This is one of our most romantic Bahamas wedding packages.
Located in one of the most illustrious properties in The Bahamas and one of our most memorable Bahamas wedding packages, this waterside mansion, “Green Roofs”, was the former residence of the late Sir Roland Symonette, the country’s first Premier. The mansion, gardens and terraces have been beautifully styled as a seaside villa on the Tuscan coast – a theme that the cuisine draws from.
Sunrise Beach Club
Experience the relaxing atmosphere of one of our finest Bahamas wedding packages and the few remaining quaint private properties located on one of the world’s finest beaches on popular Paradise Island.
If getting married in a religious setting is an important component to have in your Bahamas wedding packages, you’ll be pleased to know that Nassau is a city nearly four hundred years old and filled with beautiful churches old and new, including Anglican, Catholic and Lutheran. Among them is the Anglican cathedral dating from the 17th century, a place where Queen Elizabeth II of England has worshipped.