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Wyndham Nassau Resort and the Crystal Palace Casino

May 2006 Update: Room and property-wide renovations totaling $27 million are underway at the Wyndham, and call for the complete renovation of the 257-room C Tower, and considerable upgrades to the 301-rooms in the H and M Towers, and across the Wyndham's restaurants, exterior, and IT systems. The Wyndham towers will be renovated on a floor-by-floor basis, with no more than 40 guest rooms out of service at a time to minimize guest inconvenience. Work on the C Tower's 224 standard rooms is expected to be completed by early summer. The C Tower's remaining 33 suites, and H and M Tower rooms will be renovated during the off season and completed by the end of the year.

With 867 rooms, Cable Beach’s largest hotel is tough to miss. The large room property literally glows in the dark, with colored lights over each balcony giving the hotel the look of a seaside candy cane. This is one of the liveliest nightspots in town, thanks to its super-sized casino and glitzy revue.

The resort bustles during daytime hours as well with a private beach, large pool, and miniature golf course on site.

Guest rooms, decorated in tropical colors, can house two adults and two children. Up to two children under 12 can stay in a room with an adult without charge. Cribs are also available without charge.

Kids Klub is for young travelers ages four and up. Each of the counselors is trained in both CPR and first aid according to the resort. Kids’ activities include arts and crafts, computer games, scavenger hunts, beach games, and more.
There is a cost per child; you can purchase a four-hour block or a five to eight-hour day.

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