The Caribbean’s Coolest Christmas Tree

 The Caribbean’s most wine-friendly hotel has a special twist By Sarah Greaves-GabbadonCJ Travel Editor It looks like it’s going to be a very merry Christmas in Nassau, where the Christmas tree at the venerable hotel and restaurant Graycliff, is made ... [ Read More ]


Eating Through Nassau in 8 Bites

 By Guy Britton NASSAU – For such a well-known destination, there are still secret spots and new places to dine off the beaten path in Nassau.  Few destinations have  a better  range o f culinary experiences. We had just three days ... [ Read More ]


Rum Journal: The Graycliff Special

 Above: Graycliff (CJ Photo) By Sarah Greaves-GabbadonCJ Travel Editor Nassau’s Graycliff has many claims to fame: it’s the city’s oldest hotel and boasts a 175,000-bottle wine cellar that’s the third largest in the Western Hemisphere. But they’re no slouches when ... [ Read More ]



 It’s the height of hospitality — where you feel like part of the family. This is true at most great hotels, but even more so at the best family-managed properties in the Caribbean. Indeed, the Caribbean stands out in the ... [ Read More ]


 By Robert DipanoCJ Contributor GRAYCLIFF’S master Cuban torcedores and expanded cigar rolling operations have catapulted the Bahamian brand to the forefront of the luxury cigar market. And Caribbean Cigar was lucky enough to get its hands on Graycliff’s Silver Label ... [ Read More ]


 Nassau is known for a lot of things, but it also happens to be home to a number of tremendous restaurants. Whether you’re looking for authentic Bahamian specialties or top-notch food from around the world, you’ll find it in the ... [ Read More ]


 NASSAU — This isn’t Naples, although it might taste like it. Out of the state-of-the-art Italian pizza oven pictured above comes traditional, exceptional, authentic, thin-crust Neapolitan pizza. It’s Giotto Pizzeria, the latest development of the ever-expanding Graycliff Hotel and Restaurant ... [ Read More ]


 Above: a roller at Graycliff (All photos by CJ) This edition of Rum Journal heads to Nassau, the capital of the Bahamas, for a voyage deep into the world of rum and cigars — two pleasures that frequently go hand in ... [ Read More ]


 Above: a roller at the company’s new Nassau factory (CJ Photo) By Alexander Britell NASSAU — The Graycliff Hotel and Restaurant in Nassau is continuing its expansion, highlighted by a new 4,000-square-foot cigar factory. The new, 21-roller facility is part ... [ Read More ]


 By Alexander Britell Simply put, Nassau’s Graycliff is one of the elite restaurants in the Caribbean, and a unique culinary experience — indeed, it was the first five-star restaurant in the region. At its helm is Executive Chef and Grand ... [ Read More ]


 On a quiet street in Old Nassau, a 17th-century manor is the home of one of the Caribbean’s most vibrant entrepreneurial spirits. Owner Enrico Garzaroli has turned the former mansion of pirate John Howard Graysmith into a global brand, with ... [ Read More ]


 By the Caribbean Journal Staff The first stage in a $409.5 million airport redevelopment at Nassau’s Lynden Pindling International Airport has opened, with a new U.S. Departures Terminal arriving on time and at a cost of $198.1 million. The new ... [ Read More ]