Kamalame Cay, Bahamas Unveils Eight New Beach Bungalows

Kamalame Cay in The Bahamas recently introduced eight new beachfront bungalows.

Kamalame Cay, a private island resort in The Bahamas, recently introduced its new beachfront bungalows.

Clustered along a secluded expanse of island’s north coast, the eight one-bedroom bungalows are spacious and airy stand-alone suites.  

The bungalows are private yet in close proximity to one another, making them ideal for groups of couples traveling together, family reunion trips, girlfriend getaways and small wedding parties. 

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Each bungalow offers 660 square feet of indoor/outdoor space and lofty, 16-foot ceilings capped with cedar shingle roofs. The charming shoreline studios are fronted by private verandahs just steps from white sand beaches and are elevated to provide sunrise and sunset views.   
 
Designed with a tranquil coastal palette of whitewashed wood, breezy linen curtains, and natural accents like sea grass rugs, the bungalows feature king-size beds with Simmons Beautyrest mattresses and design accents from Ralph Lauren, Eli Tahari, Restoration Hardware and Anthropologie.   

The interior layouts include a wet bar and seating area, while private outdoor showers with Molton Brown bath amenities allow guests to bathe while enjoying full ocean vistas.

The bungalows are tech-free; with no television or Wi-Fi for guests. Wi-Fi is, however, available in the lounge at Pineapple House.

 

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