The Cool Pool of the Week: French Leave Resort in The Bahamas

Got Millennials looking for a refreshing dip in The Bahamas?

Tell them about French Leave Resort's freshwater pool, which overlooks one of the Caribbean's most picturesque harbors, Cupid's Cay in Eleuthera.

The pool features sweeping views of the waters, and is a great place for enjoying sunrises and sunsets. Millennials can also unwind and relax with delicious poolside dining options, ranging from lobster salads, pan seared ahi tuna, grouper wraps, to inventive cocktails and the Bahamian lemonade, "Switcha"


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In fact, French Leave Resort recently joined the Autograph Collection and is expanding from four seafront cottages to 12 by the end of the year.  

The property is the first construction of true seafront cottages on Governor's Harbor since the 1940s, as the 270-acre site had been privately owned. 

Each offers full beachfront views, spacious living areas and covered verandas, LCD TV screens, a personal golf cart, and an in-room iPad, which clients can use for everything including room service to pre-ordering lunch on the beach. Some of the villas also offer an in-room washer/dryer, a fully-equipped kitchen, and a Bose Stereo system.  

Additional on-property amenities include a fitness center, special events lawn and a wedding pavilion, two mega yacht slips, as well as one of the island's best restaurants, 1648 An Island Restaurant.

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