Ocean Club Residences – Paradise Island Bahamas Condos

Ocean Club Residences is a collection of luxury condominium residences located on Paradise Island in the Bahamas. Every element of Ocean Club Residences & Marina has been carefully designed to ensure your undisturbed relaxation. The Residences provide access to a private beach club, situated on one of the most beautiful beaches in the world, and an on-site marina. Family and adults-only swimming pools, a fitness center and storage lockers add to your recreation pleasure, while 24-hour security with reserved underground and surface parking enhance privacy.

Features and Amenities

The residences at Ocean Club have been professionally customized with chic contemporary style and are comprised of an oversized master suite and 2 private guest quarters. They boast a light and open feel, perfect for enjoying and enhancing Bahamas waterfront living. Each room offers panoramic views over the harbour, golf course and Ocean Club Estates community. There is also ample storage closets throughout the apartments and in the storage units located in the parking garage. Homeowners enjoy access to gourmet dining at the exclusive One & Only Ocean Club. Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s Dune restaurant serves innovative French-Asian cuisine in a dramatic setting overlooking the beach, or residents can savor afternoon tea or vintage cognacs in the elegant Library. Residents may also request a membership to the Ocean Clubs championship golf course designed by Tom Weiskopf. And the nearby Atlantis resort welcomes residents to its complete array of dining, haute couture shopping and entertainment.


Thanks to the warm Gulf Stream currents and balmy tradewinds, The Islands Of The Bahamas are blessed with a semi-tropical climate. Typical temperatures range from 70° to 80° Fahrenheit. Rarely does it climb above 90°F on a midsummer’s day or fall below 60°F on a winter’s night. While we can give no guarantees regarding rain, rainfall is most unlikely from November through April. Water temperatures range from the low 80s in the summer to about 74°F in midwinter. The legal tender is the Bahamian dollar, which is equivalent in value to the U.S. dollar. U.S. currency is accepted throughout Nassau Paradise Island as are most major credit cards and traveler’s checks.

Getting around Nassau Paradise Island is very easy. Taxis are located outside the hotels and may also be hired by the hour. From the Nassau airport taxi rates are approximately $27 to downtown Nassau, $18 to Cable Beach and $32 to Paradise Island – plus the bridge toll. Fares are based on 2 passengers, there is an additional charge for extra passengers and extra luggage. Ferry boats (water taxis) can take you between Nassau and Paradise Island while at the same time giving you a waterfront view of Nassau Harbor. Tickets can be purchased at the tour desk at Festival Place and at Woodes Rogers Wharf right next door. Round trip tickets cost about $6 per person and the trip is approximately 10 minutes each way. Ferries leave every half hour on the hour from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm. Buses, known locally as “jitneys” run from the hotels to downtown Nassau several times a day. The cost for a one way ride is approximately $1.25 per person, exact change is required. Pay as you exit the bus. Cars and motor scooters (helmets required) are available for rental (insurance is suggested). Please be aware that in Nassau, they drive on the left side of the road!