Build Starts on New Royal Caribbean Beach Club

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Royal Caribbean International has partnered with The Bahamas to build the Royal Beach Club on Paradise Island, Nassau. Expected to open in 2025, this 17-acre beach destination marks a significant step forward in the region’s tourism and economy.

An image depicting what the new Royal Carribean beach club will look like, with a cruise ship in the background.

Located on one of the most beautiful beaches on Paradise Island, the Royal Beach Club is designed to reflect the Bahamian way of life and hospitality.

It will offer visitors a top beach day with features such as three large pools with swim-up bars, private cabanas, and multiple dining venues offering local cuisine. The club will also highlight Bahamian art and music, bringing vibrant cultural experiences to the forefront.

This project aims to involve and benefit the local community. Bahamians will own up to 49% of the club, ensuring they have a significant role and advantage. This is part of a bigger plan to improve The Bahamas’ tourism industry and support local businesses.

“With the signing of this Heads of Agreement for the development of Royal Beach Club Paradise Island, we embark on this project to further enhance the vitality of our tourism product. Signing today’s agreement, we add another world-class experience to our tourism offerings. And even more importantly, we take a bold step toward greater Bahamian empowerment in the tourism industry,”

Honorable Philip Davis, Prime Minister of The Bahamas.
Men starting work on the new beach club on Paradise Island.

The building plans are carefully made to include sustainability and environmental protection. The project will work on restoring the natural areas to protect wildlife and will use Royal Caribbean’s sustainable methods to make sure the beach club operates in an environmentally friendly way.

When it opens in 2025, the Royal Beach Club Paradise Island will welcome around 2,000 guests each day and can be reached by a short ferry ride from the Nassau Cruise Port.

An image depicting what the new Royal Carribean beach club will look like.

This new spot is set to become a key attraction, boosting Nassau’s appeal and offering a new reason to visit the stunning islands of The Bahamas.

More information about when the club will open, its features, and pricing will be available soon on Royal Caribbean’s website as people get more excited about this new Caribbean hotspot.

An image depicting what the new Royal Carribean beach club will look like, with a swimming pool and people relaxing.

You can also read more about the Beach Club here: 11 Things To Know About Royal Caribbean’s Royal Beach Club


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