Where: Nassau, Bahamas Style: Library lounge Tea Selection: 30+ loose leaf teas Teatimes: Thursday–Saturday, or upon request, 12 to 5 Reservations: Reservations required Contact:Reserve here Cost: $70 Afternoon Tea Destination Tea Tip: Valet parking is $20, or you have the option to park in the guest lot and walk over to the hotel, but this is a good 15-minute walk.
Destination Tea Notes: Afternoon tea at Rosewood Baha Mar impresses from start to finish. Executive Pastry Chef Chamila Prasad Munasinghe has crafted a superb three-course menu that incorporates island flavors, while The Library’s tea menu includes eight popular Bahamian herbal infusions. An upscale resort that showcases local culture is a rare find, especially meaningful right now as the Commonwealth of The Bahamas celebrates its 50th year of independence. The very day we visited Rosewood for afternoon tea, Bahamian women, resplendent in their afternoon tea fashions, were gathering at the hotel for The Golden Jubilee Tea Party. As high-end afternoon teas go, this one is well worth the money, and one we recommend you make sure is on your Nassau travel itinerary.