Had a wonderful time although I went by myself. The staff was lovely and inviting. They even took me oUT on the town. I do believe the entertainment could be better. There needs to be music in the 24hr sports bar. Other than that it was fun.
The Riu Palace Paradise Island resort faces an ivory-sand beach stretching 5 km (3 miles) along the Atlantic Ocean; a casino …More
Overall fun time. Not too many all-inclusive in Bahamas. This is a decent one in Cable beach area. Formal dine-in restaurants are ok too, specially Nikkei stands out. Buffet was repetitive. They seriously lacking activities on resort. I found more than 3 days is a stretch. They lack premium drinks.
Traveller from Toronto
This all-inclusive resort is located on the white sands of Cable Beach along the Atlantic, offering the relaxation of water …More
Overall, a nice fun trip for a family that is priced on the high end for a beach vacation. The hotel, grounds, pools, walkways, etc were all very nice and scenic. The aquarium and sea life is amazing. The boardwalk with Carmines, Marina Pizza, ice cream, Starbucks, and shops was very nice also. The pools and slides are amazing.
Our toilet didn't work on the first day and literally we had to call guest services three times and then walk down there before someone came up to fix it. The wifi is good in the room but definitely not strong enough outside by the pools and grounds. The staff is not as friendly as your typical Caribbean staff. You can't use their iPhone app unless you booked your trip on their website (frustrating).
Traveller from s
These spire-topped towers contain 1,201 rooms and embody the Lost Continent theme offered by the water-park and marine-life …More
My daughter and I stayed at Island Seas for 3 nights and had a very positive experience. I'm glad we didn't listen to some of the less-than-positive online reviews that we found to be inaccurate.
We had a beautiful condo apartment with a marina view and were very impressed with the amenities: two bedrooms and even two bathrooms(!), two balconies (the larger balcony had chairs to sit and look out at the boats/marina), nice comfortable furnishings, etc.
The main hotel grounds were just a short walk across the street and were beautifully-landscaped. We found the staff members to be friendly and polite, and the security at the hotel was very good (though it felt like a safe area anyways). The beach wasn't very crowded and it was nice to have local food options available at the beach shacks, Bernie's or Michelle's. We enjoyed the food and hospitality at the Seagrapes Restaurant and CocoNuts as well though, and found their prices reasonable. The free shuttle to Port Lucaya Marketplace was an extremely nice amenity as well, which we used several times.
Overall this was a great hotel for a great price--we would definitely stay there again!
Traveller from USA
This condominium resort is set on Grand Bahama's Silver Point Beach, between the shopping and dining centers of Port Lucaya …More
The resort has a really nice ppolicy and Is right on s most excellent beach. There are rooms in the main complex andmore in 3-story buildings across the street. We had 2-bed/2-bath condo, well equipped, super clean and very comfortable. The resort is a bit away from things but there are shuttles downtown and to the airport. Service at poolside is as lax as we've come to expect in most hotels in the Bahamas, but isn't poor enough to spoil the overall experience. I'd go back.
Traveller from New York
Offering direct access to the beach, this Freeport condo is 0.2 mi (0.3 km) from Lucayan National Park and 2.7 mi (4.4 km) …More
Great location and beautiful setting Would be a gem but needs some sprucing up. Painting and a good housecleaning would help Grounds and pools are beautiful Invest in your hotel and take pride in hotel
Adjacent to Port Lucaya Marketplace, this resort occupies a promontory jutting into Bell Channel Bay, a narrow waterway near …More