I was pleasantly surprised. Previously I never heard of this hotel brand and I consider myself a traveler.
The hotel was redone. The food is great! Everyone is helpful, courteous and friendly! (except for the older woman at the tour desk....)
Hotel was OK but definitely one of older places on Paradise Island. They have done some upgrades but need more. The 2 pools were nice. We didn't choose oceanfront but walk to beach was very short. Beach was very nice but you have to pay for chairs - 2 for $15 each day. Buildings are in rows and the view from our suite was the building in front of us, with intermittent noise from AC units.
Traveller from Baltimore
Nestled on the beach, this Paradise Island villa is within 1 mi (2 km) of Versailles Gardens and Cabbage Beach. Stingray City …More
We had a fabulous time! Harborside is great option for staying with kids - less hectic than the Towers and walking distance to Marina Village and the water park. Shuttle service is easy, staff was helpful. Nice to have small kitchen - we made and ate breakfast there most days to save a few $.
Pool area is very nice and a great way to either start or wind down the day.
The only caution is about balconies. We booked a one bedroom condo and assumed all had balconies. That's not the case, however - only the condos with more than one bedroom have them. Also, the sofa bed was not terribly comfortable, despite their efforts to give us extra blankets to add a little cusion.
Overlooking Nassau Harbour, this pastel-colored resort on Paradise Island is close to Atlantis Aquarium, Aquaventure, and …More
My husband & I were so spoiled at the O&O Palmilla we thought let's go to Ocean Club. The property is beautiful. The ocean front room was spacious and nice. The staff needs to work a few things out. When calling the butler there was no answer. There was never enough towels in room we had to call several times. The pool was just getting set up around lunch time. The food was good. For a high end hotel, the little things matter. Management & staff need to tAke advice from Palmilla resort to see how a first class resort is run. All in all our stay was relaxing and nice but could have been great so you don't mind paying that kind of money.
Traveller from New Orleans
The renowned One&Only Ocean Club is set above an uncrowded beach that stretches for 3 miles on Paradise Island's north shore …More
Paradise Island resembles Las Vegas-upon-the-Caribbean with its fanciful resorts and white sands. Tourists often head to the island’s casinos, five-star restaurants, and shopping gallerias; its beaches, water parks, and nightclubs, however, are geared primarily for resort guests. The Potter’s Cay fish market is an easy detour from Paradise Island. Grouper and conch are typical catches of the day.