55 miles south of Florida, Grand Lucayan, Bahamas (formally Our Lucaya) sits on 7.5 acres of sandy beach. Three resorts came under the umbrella of the former Our Lucaya: Lighthouse Point, which is no longer in operation; the 519-room Breakers Key, now called the Radisson Resort Grand Lucayan; and the Reef, which will be called the Reef Grand Bahama when it reopens.
“The new name gives a better sense of what the resort destination delivers, which is a grand Bahamian experience,” said Benjamin Davis, general manager of the Radisson Resort Grand Lucayan. “The name helps to clarify where we are and that we offer an upmarket experience,” he said. “The resort encompasses barefoot elegance, opportunities for customized, personal experiences and a variety of guest activities.”
The Grand Lucayan resort opened in 2000 and became a Radisson two years later.
The 540 guest rooms and suites hug the pristine beaches and turquoise ocean. Bask throughout the day in the sun, and revive your senses in the evenings cool Caribbean air while dining in ocean-view restaurants.With three pools, two golf courses, tennis, sandy beach, and the Treasure Bay Casino, Grand Lucayan never falls short of options.