We really enjoyed our stay. We almost didn't go to the Melia because there was a lot of bad reviews. We're glad we went and overall had a great time. The food was good. We ate at the Auqua, the Cilantro, the Nikkei. The Grill restaurant was good but we didn't like the flies getting on our food. We went in September and we were glad we did. It was less busy and we always found a spot on the beach with an umbrella to give us shade. The staff were friendly with a few not so friendly but we didn't let that bother us. Marco at the Cilantro was super nice and friendly!! The hotel needs some paint and some updating but they were doing some painting and repairs while we were there. I wish there was more entertainment in the evenings,live music and maybe a theater would go a long way. After dinner there wasn't a lot to do. Overall we had a nice relaxing stay. We layed by the beach daily and enjoyed the slow pace!
Traveller from Billings Mt.
This all-inclusive resort is located on the white sands of Cable Beach along the Atlantic, offering the relaxation of water …More
Overall we had a great experience, our daughter loved the kiddie area with the pool and slides. I think that they can add more kid friendly foods to their menu besides hamburgers and hotdogs with fries. We didn't get to use our resort credit because of the restrictions but our stay was still great . We are from Grand Bahama so we didn't need to leave the resort to explore the area, we wanted a weekend getaway and this was it.
Traveller from Freeport
Located in Freeport, this beachfront resort is next to a golf course, just steps from Lucaya Beach and Port Lucaya …More
My stay at the Grand Lucayan was very relaxing and fun filled. I went on two great excursions the bonfire and the city tour I had so much fun. The hotel had a short supply of beach towels and I wasn't crazy about the food. The staff was friendly and courteous. The stores the markets and restaurants were directly across the street. I would definitely come back again.
Traveller from Brooklyn, New York.
Grand Lucayan is situated on a south-shore beach, just 15 minutes from the airport and across the street from Port Lucaya …More
We stayed at Augusta Bay for 4 nights. It's a simple hotel, beautiful view. The bed was comfortable, the light wasn't working, only the side lamps. One of the sinks in the bathroom was clogged during the 4 days and no one fixed it. Room cleanliness could be much better. There were days that they didn't change our glasses for clean ones. floor wasn't too clean and sinks weren't cleaned for the 4 days we were there.
Breakfast is VERY simple. No cold cuts, no eggs. We only had mini corn bread, 2 different kinds of sliced bread, yogurt, coffee, orange or apple juice, two kinds of fruit. Great that it's included in the rate, but after the 2nd day it gets old.
Location is great, the views are beautiful and Jolly Hall beach is only a 5min walk away. We got to snorkel under the dock and saw huge lobsters and many kinds of fish. Hotel staff is very friendly and helpful in general. The girl that works in the restaurant not so much...and the food from the hotel's restaurant also not great and super expensive for what it was.
Overall ok place to stay in my opinion. I would get back only for the views, price and location.
Traveller from New York
Located in George Town, this beachfront hotel is in the historical district and within 1 mi (2 km) of Exuma Beach and Hoopers …More
Staff unfriendly and just doing there job. We felt like we were a burden. The do not greet you with a smile and never hear them say "Good Morning" unless you say it first. Atmosphere is not very friendly.
Outdoor pool furniture is broken and the sand fleas are really bad. The beach on the premises is okay but smells very fishy. This is a low end hotel ..half of the time the internet doesn't work. The food at Splash is pretty decent and the food at Latitude was ok.
Traveller from Dallas
Nestled on the beach, this George Town hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Palm Bay Beach, Exuma Beach, and Hoopers Bay. Emerald …More