What to Expect
- Originally a private estate, this resort owes its existence to Huntington Hartford II, the legendary 1950s playboy who bought the estate and converted it into a resort for his jet-set crowd. Its glittering 1962 opening drew entertainment luminaries, royalty and politicians from around the world. Current owners bought the resort in 1994 and spent $100 million renovating and expanding. Celebrities and world travelers still come, only now they seek seclusion rather than attention. Utter tranquility and hushed, discreet service on 35 garden acres awaits them.
- Running for three miles along Paradise Island’s north shore and accessible by a wood staircase, an uncrowded beach of fine white sand borders the turquoise Atlantic Ocean. Neat rows of cushioned lounge chairs fitted with folding shades furnish sunbathing comfort. Evian-water misting and afternoon sorbet offer heat relief. In the resort’s renowned Versailles-styled gardens is a large pool surrounded by palm trees and cushioned wrought-iron lounge chairs. Loungers enjoy full views of the gardens, which feature a 12th century Augustinian cloister.
- While visiting the One&Only Ocean Club guests can stroll through the Versailles Gardens and enjoy the 19th century marble statues and the 12th century Augustinian Cloister that sits above the Gardens and overlooks serene Nassau Harbor. Complimentary shuttles transport guests 0.5 miles west on Paradise Island to the Atlantis Resort (a partner property), where they enjoy access to all facilities and charging privileges, including 21 restaurants and lounges.
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