Best Dance Clubs in the Bahamas
The Bahamas is the ultimate holiday destination, offering a perfect combination of dazzling beaches and sparkling nightlife.
Famous for its glamorous casinos and nightclubs, a trip to these islands is a must for anyone wanting to dance the night away. We take a look at some of the best places to get your groove on;
VOLUME MUSIC BAR
Situated on the famous island of Nassau, Volume Music Bar is renowned as one of the best nightspots for its local live bands and open-mic performances. Boasting a scenic open air balcony and “Bob Marley” shots, this place continually gets rave reviews for its charming ambiance and warm hospitality.
HAMMERHEAD’S BAR & GRILL
A beautiful example of a typical island bar and grill, Hammerheads is the ideal place to go if for incredible food before hitting the dancefloor. Featuring unique treehouse seating areas and non-stop reggae music, this is the place to be for the latest closing time in Nassau. Order a Hammerhead Scullywash and make sure you check out the key lime pie!
Another rare gem, Bambu is considered one of the best parties in Nassau according to the PokerStars Guide to Nightlife in the Bahamas. Playing a wide variety of music, Bambu’s open-air bar and dancefloor is great for a boogie in the warm breeze.
If you want to party like an A-Lister, head to the magnificent setting of Club Waterloo. A beautiful lakeside mansion with six bars and two dance floors around a stunning pool, this club has been the go-to for locals and tourists for over 25 years. Paying reggae, hip hop and everything in between, take full advantage of the daily happy hour and dance the night away.
BAHAMA BOOM BEACH CLUB
A newcomer to Nassau, Bahama Boom Beach Club offers party on the beach with something different every night. From Latin Mondays to Thirsty Thursdays, grab a cocktail and dance your heart out on the huge dance floor which opens up onto a patio leading directly to the beach. It doesn’t get better than this!
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