Baha Mar, the $3.5 billion integrated gaming and luxury resort in Nassau, The Bahamas was orignally set to open March 27. However, the opening date has been pushed back, and the new offical opening date has not been announced, explains Royann Dean, public relations and communications strategist for the resort.
Dean told Travel Agent that claims that the resort won't open this year or that Baha Mar will run out of money are "grossly inaccurate."
"Significant progress is being made towards an agreement that will result in the near-term completion of the construction of the development. Baha Mar does plan to announce a grand opening date after gauging the progress of the works completion and as soon as we are fully satisfied that we will be able to deliver the excellence and uniqueness of Baha Mar," Dean continued.
Baha Mar encompasses 2,200 luxury guest rooms across four hotels – in addition to its namesake, the Baha Mar Casino & Hotel, the resort also includes Rosewood at Baha Mar, Grand Hyatt at Baha Mar and SLS LUX at Baha Mar.