Bimini Bay Resort & Marina to Open Multimillion Dollar Casino in Bahamas

Bimini Bay Resort & Marina in The Bahamas is partnering with Genting Malaysia to open a multimillion dollar casino that is expected to be a major game-changer for both the destinations of North Bimini and South Florida. The casino is opening in December and will feature 10,000 square feet of gaming space. 

RAV Bahamas LTD., developer of Bimini Bay Resort & Marina and Rockwell Island Beach Estates, announced the partnership with Genting Malaysia Berhad (“Genting Malaysia”) earlier this week.

The luxury gaming facility in North Bimini, to be called Resorts World Bimini Bay, is set to debut in mid December of this year. The  casino located within Bimini Bay Resort will introduce an entirely new concept to the destination and feature popular table games, slots within a modern Caribbean décor, a sleek entertainment bar and a restaurant lounge.

The new strategic partnership between RAV Bahamas and Genting Malaysia will create the only casino in North Bimini and offer residents, resort guests and visitors from South Florida alike a new form of entertainment, world class gaming.

“We are thrilled to align with Genting Malaysia and the Resorts World Brand. In addition to offering our residents and hotel guests world class service, the project’s success is also contingent on providing a superior quality product,” says Gerardo Capo, Chairman of RAV Bahamas, in a written release.

“We consider the addition of the casino to be the most exciting new amenity to be added to the resort in years and will ultimately entice a new segment of luxury clientele to visit North Bimini,” stated Alejandro Capo, CEO of RAV Bahamas.

Visit www.biminibayresort.com.

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