American Alliance Benefit Fund Conference 2020
The Baha Mar
The Baha Mar, Nassau
Just off beautiful Cable Beach, — the multibillion-dollar casino resort complex — has been breathing new energy into Nassau since it debuted two years ago. And now, all the properties are officially open, giving travelers yet another reason to visit.
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American Alliance Dining
Aside from the Conference-supplied breakfasts and the Sunday Reception, Baha Mar takes culinary to new heights, with over 30 unique restaurants, bars, and lounges to satisfy every craving, occasion, and mood. Here you’ll find everything from high-end dining experiences by renowned international chefs, to more casual spots serving familiar favorites. Out in the sunshine, seaside airstream trailers and colorful beach shacks offer delicious meals with a classic, laid-back Bahamian vibe.
American Alliance Dinner Reception
The Beach-themed Reception provides the opportunity to talk with colleagues and experts on benefit funds — and fun! Because the event may be held in the outside area with sand and grass floor and in the evening, flatter heels are recommended. And an Bahamian attitude for a good time!
American Alliance Golf
Designed by the legendary “Golden Bear” himself, Jack Nicklaus, Royal Blue is the most acclaimed golf course in Nassau, featuring 18 holes unfolding over a gorgeous, naturally evolving landscape.
Benefit Fund Conference - Nassau
Nassau and Paradise Island
On the northern shore of New Providence Island, you’ll find the white sands and tranquil turquoise waters of secluded Cable Beach, widely regarded as one of the most breathtaking beaches in The Bahamas. With a rich history as a destination for the international jetset, this pristine shoreline is experiencing a revival among a new generation of travelers looking for a Bahamas resort vacation where they can play, recharge, and experience the vibrant culture of the islands.
BahaMar Open for Business
the Bahamas Ministry of Tourism put out a map showing all of the 14 major destinations that are open and welcoming tourists including the Baha Mar.