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Downtown Prince George Shopping Plaza, Nassau, New Providence Island
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Dance the night away

I left a lounge to come to this bar/club. There was a $10 cover charge and they stayed open until... read more

Reviewed 26 November 2016
New Castle, Delaware
A crowd pleaser

I travel a lot and I like finding local spots with authentic music which this is not. Here you will... read more

Reviewed 17 August 2016
Seattle, Washington
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26 Nov 2016
“Dance the night away”
16 Aug 2016
“A crowd pleaser”
Downtown Prince George Shopping Plaza, Nassau, New Providence Island
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Reviewed 26 November 2016

I left a lounge to come to this bar/club. There was a $10 cover charge and they stayed open until 3:30am. The music was mostly hip hop and reggae, which I'm fine with. The dancefloor was packed the entire night. My only complaint would be...More

1  Thank annaspjs
Reviewed 17 August 2016

I travel a lot and I like finding local spots with authentic music which this is not. Here you will find a crowded room with mostly tourists, a small bar and predominately hip hop music but none of that seems to matter because the energy...More

1  Thank Moetuluib
Reviewed 13 June 2016

Very crowded dance club. Dancehall and top 40 music. Standing room only. Don't come before midnight, but don't be too late either, the place fills up pretty quick. We got here about 11:55pm and there was about 10-15 people, by 12:30 the place was packed....More

Thank CK_Ontario
Reviewed 26 April 2016

Went here on my trip to Nassau. Nice little spot. Good food, ok prices, great service. I would definitely recommend.

Thank DaydriaG
Reviewed 8 November 2015 via mobile

Looking for a spot to escape late night to dance? This is it!! Went after most the bars closed and danced the night away. Drinks were reasonably priced. Cool night atmosphere.

3  Thank Katrina K
Reviewed 16 September 2015 via mobile

Want yo go dancing in the Bahamas? Thus is your spot. When you get off the cruise ship and wslk through the gates turn right and it will be on your left about 2 blocks down. They played allll type of music allll night long...We...More

1  Thank ladycell
Reviewed 20 May 2015

We learned the hard way that the party doesn't start here till after 1-is am. We went to early on a Friday night and they were playing Katy Perry for an hour so we left. Place is nice enough, drinks were average price. Sorry that...More

1  Thank Odessa C
Reviewed 16 January 2015

I was just wondering how much a drink is? Ex. Orange juice and Vodka. I came here back in August and had a blast. Our bartender was amazing and the owner even bought us a round of shots. I wasn't paying attention to the price...More

30  Thank Hj23943
Reviewed 19 August 2014

I was excited about doing a cruise that would stay over for the evening in Nassau. I was expecting to party it up, however that was not the case. The only good thing I can say about Bambu was that it was free for ladies...More

4  Thank TXTravelDiva
Reviewed 30 December 2013 via mobile

Our ship stayed overnight and the cruise director told me every crew member goes to Bambu to party whenever they are in Nassau, so he invited us to join them. I like the fact that the club was dark so all the crew members were...More

8  Thank Samanda F
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26 June 2015|
Response from Lauren B |
Bambu can have a strict dress code some nights others not so much - its fairly casual. For men I would generally say shorts or pants and a button down and closed toes shoes are a must. Bambu is very serious about no cut off... More
Jim K
19 January 2015|
Response from Lauren B |
Bambu is give and take with dress code but its quite casual: for men there are no cut off shorts or "over sized" pants (aka no sagging pants) and no tank tops or otherwise offensive shirts. I would recommend for men 'dress... More