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One&Only Ocean Club makes US News Best Hotels list

US News has ranked the top hotels in The Bahamas based on an unbiased analysis of awards, expert recommendations and user ratings. Out of 20 luxury hotels, seven were named award winners on the US News list of the Best Hotels in Bahamas. One of these hotels, One&Only Ocean Club, Bahamas, scored high enough to make the exclusive US News list of the Best Hotels in the Caribbean. 

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Thursday, February 4, 2016
Thursday, February 4, 2016

One&OnlyFebruary 2016 (US News) –– We’ve ranked the top hotels in [The] Bahamas based on an unbiased analysis of awards, expert recommendations and user ratings. Out of 20 luxury hotels, seven were named award winners on the U.S. News list of the Best Hotels in Bahamas. One of these hotels, One&Only Ocean Club, Bahamas, scored high enough to make the exclusive U.S. News list of the Best Hotels in the Caribbean.

Nestled along an alabaster-sand beach on Paradise Island, One&Only Ocean Club boasts 107 guest rooms, suites and villas all housed in a classic colonial mansion.


Rooms include spacious balconies or patios, private butler service and in the villa residences, private infinity pools. Guests here also have access to the beach, four tennis courts and an 18-hole golf course. One&Only lodgers also have free access (and complimentary transport) to the facilities at the Atlantis Resort complex, including its 21 restaurants and 19 lounges.

If you don’t want to venture away from the resort, One&Only provides an abundance of on-site eateries, including two formal restaurants, a poolside cafe and clubhouse dining at the golf course.

This is an excerpt from US News Travel as it appeared on February 4, 2016. For updates or to read the current version of this post in its entirety, please click here.

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