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Graycliff Boutique and Divan Airport Lounge, Nassau, Bahamas
Posted: April 26, 2011
Flying is often a
stressful endeavor for anyone, but it can be especially tough on a cigar
enthusiast needing a smoke.
That is, unless you're traveling to The Bahamas, where the new Graycliff Boutique and Divan recently opened, the third such lounge (The others are located at Nashville International Airport.)
"We're excited to be able to continue serving our customers in this new location," said Paolo Garzaroli, president of Graycliff, in a press release. "Prior to our opening the lounge in the old terminal, I had always been frustrated by the lack of a luxurious, relaxing place to unwind, have a bite to eat or catch up on emails at our airport."
Located after the C-41 gate of the U.S.A. departures terminal at the Sir Lynden Pindling International airport in Nassau, the Graycliff Boutique and Divan is approximately 5,600 square feet of air conditioned comfort and relaxation for both smokers and non-smokers.
Smokers can light up in air conditioned comfort for a fee of US$15, or take their cigar outside to the inviting sun deck. The fee includes a complimentary drink from the bar and use of WiFi.
Inside, flat-screen televisions that line the lounge, and are tuned to the news or sports, entertain both smoking and nonsmoking patrons while they sit on the designer furniture.
The shop also features a full line of Graycliff products, including cigars, coffee and cigarettes, as well as a selection of ashtrays and humidors.
Graycliff Boutique and
Sir Lynden Pindling International Airport
(near U.S.A. Immigration and Customs pre-clearance)
7 a.m. - 6 p.m.
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