Be Among the First to Experience Grand Lucayan's All-Inclusive Lighthouse Pointe
All-inclusive resort in the Bahamas for families By Michelle Rae Uy
Grand Lucayan Bahamas (Courtesy Grand Lucayan)
Set your eyes on the white sand beaches, year-round warm weather and blue waters of the Bahamas for your winter break with the kids as Grand Lucayan Bahamas gears up to join the ever-popular all-inclusive arena in the latter part of this year.
Opening in late 2015 is the favorite Bahamian resort’s all-inclusive property, Lighthouse Pointe, located in the resort’s stunning grounds that sit on the 7.5-acre white sand Lucaya Beach just minutes away from the city of Freeport. The 198-room tower will feature excellent vacation packages at affordable rates that start at $262 per person per night while eliminating surprise expenses at the end of your trip, and it’s expected to become the resort’s most family-friendly offering yet.
To welcome the new tower with a bang and as a reward to early birds, Grand Lucayan is currently offering up to 35% introductory discounts with all-inclusive rates from as low as $170 ppn when you book now for December 12 through December 21, 2015 and January 5 through January 31, 2016 stays.
Lighthouse Pointe will serve as an ideal destination for both active families and those looking for a more idle vacation. As part of the all-inclusive package, parents and kids will enjoy brand new accommodations with soothing, beach colors and balconies that open to beautiful views, and five restaurants, four of which are exclusive to all-inclusive guests. Families will also have access to the pools, the lovely beach, and an abundance of family-friendly activities like non-motorized watersports, unlimited golf, tennis, yoga and other fitness classes, a teen center and a kids club. To top it off, Bahamian entertainment staples like the weekly Beach Barbecue event, Fish Fry and Bahamian Buffet are also on the vacation menu.
Michelle Rae Uy contributed this to MiniTime. She is a travel writer based in Los Angeles and MiniTime's Head of Content, who spends her free time on adventures and film photography.