On first sight, The Bahamas is not the most natural home for boutique hotels. Often dubbed the ‘Las Vegas of the Caribbean’, most of the popular properties (on the main hub of New Providence, at least) are all-singing-and-dancing sprawling boltholes boasting multiple restaurants, water parks and casinos. Yes, look a little deeper and there are a scattering of smaller, charming boltholes to be found – such as The Cove on Eleuthera Island and The Abaco Club on Great Abaco – but, until a recent opening made its mark in the sand, small and intimate was not typically the way you stay in The Bahamian islands.
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