Baha Mar to launch residential sales in Singapore
Singapore world travellers may buy a piece of the 400-hectare multi-property resort from 29 June to 1 July.
A news release announced that Baha Mar, the highly anticipated US$3.5 billion (S$4.48 billion) integrated destination resort currently being built in The Bahamas, will launch residential sales in Singapore this weekend, June 29 – July 1, 2012, at the Conrad Centennial.
Singapore world travellers are invited to own a piece of the 400-hectare multi-property resort enclave, which will feature top hotel brands Rosewood Hotels & Resorts®, Mondrian, and Hyatt Hotels and Resorts, and will boast the largest casino in the Caribbean at The Baha Mar Casino & Hotel.
“Baha Mar is designed to make our most sophisticated modern Asian guests feel at home and it is an incredible opportunity for discerning high net worth individuals,” said Richard English, Senior Vice President of Residential Sales. “We are creating not only the largest resort destination in the Caribbean, but are also introducing a lifestyle not currently available to buyers in this region. At Baha Mar, residents and guests will be able to enjoy the breathtaking beauty of The Bahamas and still find the luxury and excitement of their favourite cosmopolitan destination.”
Scheduled for opening in late 2014, Baha Mar will boast a total of 2,200 hotel rooms, spread across four major hotel brands including Rosewood Hotels & Resorts, Mondrian, Hyatt Hotels and Resorts, as well as the new, dazzling centerpiece of Baha Mar, The Baha Mar Casino & Hotel.
Baha Mar’s stunning, new 9,000 square-meter casino will be one of the most compelling and exciting gaming experiences in North America, comparable only to the best in Las Vegas. A total of 307 private, freehold residences are available for sale and located within each of the hotels, offering a lifestyle choice to suit all buyers.