Spent 5 nights with husband and kids. The good: staff very nice, food very good- variety, taste, presentation. Beach was good but there were too much waves for the kids. Clear water with lots of fish. Rooms are good, simple but has what we need. The hotel is small so everything is close by. Comfortable when traveling with kids.
The bad: very old hotel that needs renovations. Multiple leaks at diff places. Free wifi goes in and out all the time. No shampoo!! The body wash and hand soap is also the shampoo. They bring a conditioner though. Many "wet floor" spots. Only one pool that isn't kid friendly at all. special theme restaurants' food was so-so, but staff was nice.
Traveller from new york
The Riu Palace Paradise Island resort faces an ivory-sand beach stretching 5 km (3 miles) along the Atlantic Ocean; a casino …More
There are no bugs which is amazing. The main buffet had good food. Slots at the casino did not pay out but lots of people winning at roulette. The cost of two Budweiser beers was almost 20 dollars just to get an idea of the cost of things. Breakfast at the buffet for 3 was 110.00. We had dinner at Virgil's Barbecue and it costed 210.00 with no alcohol drinks. It was good food, though. It was a good time and everything is beautiful.
Traveller from Allen Park, mi
These spire-topped towers contain 1,201 rooms and embody the Lost Continent theme offered by the water-park and marine-life …More
I go to Grand Bahama twice a year and have been doing it for 15 years. I stay at the Grand Lacayan. You might say I like the place. I find the service to be friendly, the resturants both in the hotel and in the adjacent shopping area outside the hotel to be quite satisfactory. All of which is within walking distance of your room. There is no need for a car. The hotel is on a most magnificant beach overlooking the blue green ocean of the Atlantic, the Gulf stream. The pools before the beach are most inviting. There is a spa and fitness facility and a golf course a shuttle bus away. Then again you might say I like the place
Traveller from Long Island, NY
Grand Lucayan is situated on a south-shore beach, just 15 minutes from the airport and across the street from Port Lucaya …More
After a little rough start at the restaurant due to long waits, I was taken aback by the sincerity of the staff. They went above and beyond to make it right. The villas are well appointed, the pool is inviting, and the beach was amazing. Having access to snorkeling and water toys made the packing light. Embrace "island time" and put down your phones. The views of the turquoise waters are unlike anywhere we've traveled. Would definitely return!
Traveller from Cincinnati
Located in Emerald Bay, this beachfront resort is next to a golf course, 1.2 mi (1.9 km) from Emerald Bay Beach, and within …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
We started out with getting there a day late (due to airline) but as soon as we pulled into this beautiful place and were handed a wonderful green drink we knew everything would be ok. Grounds are beautiful as is the beach. The room had the view I was expecting. Made reservations for dinner the next two nights. I had read online that they get filled up quickly. They were all full for that night so we went to Pub to eat. Great fish n chips and drinks were strong and good. Love the energy of the bartenders. Next time I think I would skip making the reservations at the restaurants and just eat at the other places. I had also heard about some people thinking some hostesses and staff were unfriendly. I can see what they are talking about because some are short and to the point. That didn't bother me and they are getting the job done. Pool is beautiful and the entertainment is very good. The water and beaches of Exuma are like no other. You must, MUST book a tour through the hotel to see some of all the other islands. You will get to swim with the pigs which was great but the best is stopping at several island beaches. The colors of the water are breathtaking! I will remember this trip forever. I am a beach nut and Exuma is now #1 on my list as the best! I will be back. (I was worried about mosquitos and we didn't get one bite. The hotel sprayed Tues/Thurs when we there. We didn't get any bites on the tour either & didn't use any of the bug spray they had for us in the room)
Set along a pristine, white-sand beach, among 500 acres of tropical gardens, this all-inclusive resort makes the most of its …More