This opened around the same time as Atlantis: The antithesis of its exotic, fantasy concept. Instead, reggae recording mogul Chris Blackwell (thanks to Bob Marley) relied upon island architecture and verve for inspiration.
Lined up like crayons in a box, the eye-popping cottages hearken to the Out Islands but with a slickness and prices that put it in the luxury category.
Its 18 one- and two-story cottages come conveniently equipped with a refrigerator, coffeemaker, microwave, toaster oven, stereo, DVD player, iPod docking, and sundecks overlooking the water and a beach white as it comes.
Compass Point’s alfresco restaurant overlooks the pool and beach and attracts locals and visitors to this outside-of-Nassau respite not far from the airport.