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0/50 Reviews
Freeport|2.32km from downtown
Property Location When you stay at Lighthouse Pointe at Grand Lucayan – All-Inclusive in Freeport, you'll be on the beach, just steps from Port Lucaya Marketplace and 3 minutes by foot from Lucaya Beach. This 4-star resort is 0.8 mi (1.3 km) from Port Lucayan Marina. Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 196 air-conditioned rooms featuring Smart televisions. Flat-screen televisions with cable programming provide entertainment, while complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected. Conveniences include safes and desks, and housekeeping is provided daily. Amenities Relax at the full-service spa, where you can enjoy massages, body treatments, and facials. After practicing your swing on the golf course, you can dip into one of the 2 outdoor swimming pools. Additional amenities at this resort include complimentary wireless Internet access, babysitting/childcare (surcharge), and tour/ticket assistance. Dining All-inclusive rates are available at this resort. Meals and beverages at onsite dining establishments are included in all-inclusive rates. Charges may be applied for dining at some restaurants, special dinners and dishes, some beverages, and other amenities. Grab a bite at Portobello's, one of the resort's 4 restaurants, or stay in and take advantage of the room service (during limited hours). Snacks are also available at the coffee shop/café. Relax with a refreshing drink from the poolside bar or one of the 3 bars/lounges. A complimentary breakfast is included. Business, Other Amenities Featured amenities include a business center, dry cleaning/laundry services, and a 24-hour front desk. Free valet parking is available onsite.
FromUS$250
5/5Perfect11 Reviews
Freeport|6.1km from downtown
Very good 👍 cost-effective
FromUS$307
4.3/5Excellent10 Reviews
Freeport|2.17km from downtown
We stayed at Pelican for 3 nights. We were upgraded to a beautiful suite overlooking the bay. The suite was very spacious, and immaculate. There was plenty of space if you're traveling with friends or family to entertain. It had a wet bar, refrigerator, microwave, Nespresso machine, and dishes and glassware. The king size bed was very comfortable, and the bathroom was spacious, with plenty of room for toiletries. We took the Balearia ferry from Fort Lauderdale to Freeport. It was a comfortable ride, but when we were to return to Fort Lauderdale, the ferry was canceled due to windy weather. It makes one trip a day, and doesn't run every day. I got the notification the afternoon before, but didn't see it until 5:30pm, because we were at the beach. We went to the front desk for assistance, and Kimberly Russell and Racquell Harvey were working, and they made arrangements for us to get home the following day. We would have been delayed for a few more days if it weren't for their help. They both were very accommodating and knowledgeable, and always very pleasant and friendly. I would definitely return to the Pelican for their excellent customer service. All the staff are very friendly, always smiling, and the hotel is gorgeous! The food at Sabor is delicious, and it's convenient to the Marketplace.
FromUS$180
3.5/55 Reviews
Freeport|2.45km from downtown
I stayed in this hotel for a week and I can conclude that it was by far my worst hotel experience ever. 1. Bellman is available but he will not pickup your bags. 2. Checking in takes about 15 min per person and normally only one receptionist is available. 3. One of the receptionist is very rude and shouted at us when we asked her about the gym which is not working. 4. While we checked in we were asked to leave a $100 security deposit. One day before we checkout we informed them that we will be checking out 5:30 in the morning so please make sure you have the security deposit ready. In the morning we had the taxi waiting for us half an hour as the security deposit was not ready and after arguing with them that we will miss our flight they gave me 40 Bahamian dollars and 60 dollars mostly of a $1 bills. Basically trying to make you leave the security deposit as a tip for them. 5. Every time we have a problem and ask for the manager he/she is not available. 6. Rooms are relatively clean but no maintenance for electricity and plumping. 7. Gym and spa are not working and you will never know until you are there. 8. The only good thing there is the water sports which I knew later is an independent company that why it is well managed. 9. Restaurants there have the same menu everyday which is a bit boring if you have a long stay. 10. We eventually encountered molds on the bread and worms in the resins which shows that food safety is an issue there. 11. Even though we were on an all inclusive stay, when you request extra water bottles in the room they reject and say you are only entitled for 3 Half liter bottles per day. Finally I definitely recommend that you stay away of this hotel to avoid this horrible experience.
FromUS$123
4.6/5Outstanding10 Reviews
Freeport|2.61km from downtown
Needing a break from my on-site living job, I came here to disappear. On Grand Bahama its hard not to be recognized and only makes the island feel even smaller than it already is, This place is tucked out of the way but close enough to most things if you need to get out for shopping or meals. This by far is one of the most cleanest, well maintained properties on Grand Bahama. The rooms are nicely appointed with everything you need for a weekend or longer stay. Nice kitchens with most everything you could need. But, if you dont feel like cooking dinner they have that covered too. There is a nice restaurant on site. More about that in another review. If you dont want to hang out with the tourist or at least be away from the rat race, I would highly recommend staying here. I only wish I would have found this sooner. Great friendly staff. Secure free parking. Give them a try, youll be glad you did..Oh, they also have rental cars for $30/day which is pretty good for Grand Bahama.
FromUS$135
0/50 Reviews
Freeport|2.52km from downtown
Property Location With a stay at The Marlin at Taino Beach Resort & Clubs in Freeport, you'll be by the ocean, within a 10-minute drive of Port Lucaya Marketplace and Taino Beach. This beach hotel is 0.3 mi (0.5 km) from Treasure Reef and 0.4 mi (0.6 km) from Shark Alley. Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 48 air-conditioned rooms featuring kitchens with full-sized refrigerators/freezers and stovetops. Flat-screen televisions with cable programming are available for your entertainment, and DVD players are also provided. Conveniences include phones, as well as safes and desks. Amenities Relax on the private beach or enjoy other recreational amenities such as an outdoor pool and a lazy river. Additional features at this hotel include complimentary wireless Internet access, concierge services, and wedding services. Dining Enjoy a satisfying meal at Taino By The Sea serving guests of The Marlin at Taino Beach Resort & Clubs. Mingle with other guests at the complimentary reception, held daily. Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at the swim-up bar. Buffet breakfasts are available daily from 8 AM to 11 AM for a fee. Business, Other Amenities Featured amenities include a business center, a 24-hour front desk, and luggage storage. Free self parking is available onsite.
FromUS$147
3.2/510 Reviews
Freeport|2.56km from downtown
This place is not to be considered as a Hotel but more like a Motel. The room Pictures on the internet must be 20 years old. The rooms are the same but nothing has been replaced. This place is outdated and can stand for some serious room renovations We were there just before Hurricane Dorian hit so I do not know the status of the place now. While there, the bed was OK but I did not understand why the blanket was being used as a cover sheet with the linen sheet on top. I had to flip the blanket and linen sheet to make the bed the way normal people are accustomed. After questioning this method at the front desk we were told " that is they way they were trained to make beds" We quickly got tired remaking the bed and tipped the maid to make the bed properly. The rooms were cleaned daily but the bathrooms are worn and need serious updating. There is a small kitchenette which is useful to have. TV reception could be better, air conditioner is noisy and so is the bathroom vent fan. There is no WiFi. The room phone did not work and there are no clocks in the rooms. I guess management feels like " You have a cell phone, so use that " But the electrical outlets are so old that you have to judge which one's are safe to use. In reading other reviews I noticed the Hotel said they were in the process of renovating back in January 2018, well they have not reached the second floor yet and it is August 2019. There are no elevators so if you need first floor accommodations it's best to ask in advance of your stay. There is a laundry room available for use and a small convenience store in the lobby. This place has access to a very nice beach which has beach chairs, beautiful pool and restaurant but you have to walk a short distance to get to them. They will try to charge you for beach towels so bring your own. There is a lovely Marina which is in the back and there is a Ferry that will shuttle you to Port Lucaya every hour on the hour until 11 pm. While there you can shop and walk around until you decide to return. If you can get to the grocery store called Solomon's you can pick up some food and snacks to get by while you stay here. Prices are expensive on the Island, they are trying to recuperate from the many hurricanes and decline in tourism. If this place can take a leap of faith and listen to what the previous reviewers have said it would be a better place to stay and considered a Hotel again.
FromUS$76
4.1/5Very Good10 Reviews
Freeport|1.82km from downtown
I want to say a huge THANK YOU to all the staff. Particularly Genie, I was travelling alone on business and it was my first time in the Bahamas, Genie organised a solo tour for me tailored to what I wanted to see, made sure I was comfortable and had everything I needed! In the evening I went for one drink at the bar as I was alone and ended up staying all night as the girls at the bar are friendly and the locals too! Would 110% return and recommend. Room was absolutely immaculate too!
FromUS$94
3.6/510 Reviews
Freeport|3.71km from downtown
We spent 2 weeks on Grand Bahamas, our first week at Island Seas. The Island got hit hard by Dorian but is bouncing back. The Bahamian people are the sweetest, most positive people we have ever met on our travels! Island Seas Resort Feb 1-8 2020 Accommodations- nice, comfortable, large 1-bedroom unit with full kitchen. Great view of the water and beach! Pool is big but was pretty chilly. Staff- Over the top friendly people from Mr. Parker at the front door to Basil on the beach and everyone in between! Mr. Carlson- you have an excellent staff! Beach- very nice, can walk for kilometers. Downside is there’s a lot of glass so wear something on your feet. Coconut’s bar- Happy hour from 2-7, great place to meet new friends. A film crew was shooting a movie- Dolphin Island- we got to be extras, sitting in Coconut’s bar. Was lots of fun and had a good time with them. Extras- Solomon’s for groceries; Michele’s shack at the west end of the sea wall for jerk chicken, lobster tails, shrimp, rice and peas, cabbage- delicious!; Tuesday at Bernie’s for lobster tails, chicken and ribs, rice and peas and lots of rum! Walk to Port Lucaya- about 4.5km. Bit of a hike but quite do-able. Or take a cab. Go to Agave anytime. They have happy hour twice daily and on Tuesday’s has $2 Tuesday specials all day. Great margaritas! Flying Fish- has excellent food. On Sunday night the owner sings and plays a great guitar! Bones for happy hour drink specials. Sit by the canal and watch for giant tarpon!
FromUS$107
4.1/5Very Good10 Reviews
Freeport|3.02km from downtown
Arrived January 25th, we had booked a two bedroom two bath condo. Greeted at the front by a wonderful woman named Hattie, she is like the concierge. The staff are very friendly and helpful. Nice condo with a masterbedroom with attached ensuite and second bedroom with bathroom right across the hall. A nice size kitchen wth everything you need. There is a bar at the kitchen for casual eating and then a dining area by the nice livingroom. Off the living room are sliding doors to a large deck looking out to the canals. There are two beautiful pools and play area for children and tennis courts. There is a fitness area and they offer exercise classes. There are laundry facilities and a Dive shop and nice restaurant. There is also a gift shop. They have a shuttle which will take you out to vrious sites during the week, including the grocery store. It is fantastic. The staff are some of the nicest people I have had the pleasure to meet, it is like a family atmosphere. You do need to purchase bottled water as the water issues have not been sorted out to all areas of the island yet. There are many activities during the week for you to try as well Hattie can set you up with numerous activities. The front desk also offers car rentals at resonable prices. We stayed there for two full weeks, my only complaint was sometimes you had to run the water for a bit to get hot water, small inconvenience in the over all picture. A great place and I would go again in a heart beat.
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4.1/510 Reviews
Arrived January 25th, we had booked a two bedroom two bath condo. Greeted at the front by a wonderful woman named Hattie, she is like the concierge. The staff are very friendly and helpful. Nice condo with a masterbedroom with attached ensuite and second bedroom with bathroom right across the hall. A nice size kitchen wth everything you need. There is a bar at the kitchen for casual eating and then a dining area by the nice livingroom. Off the living room are sliding doors to a large deck looking out to the canals. There are two beautiful pools and play area for children and tennis courts. There is a fitness area and they offer exercise classes. There are laundry facilities and a Dive shop and nice restaurant. There is also a gift shop. They have a shuttle which will take you out to vrious sites during the week, including the grocery store. It is fantastic. The staff are some of the nicest people I have had the pleasure to meet, it is like a family atmosphere. You do need to purchase bottled water as the water issues have not been sorted out to all areas of the island yet. There are many activities during the week for you to try as well Hattie can set you up with numerous activities. The front desk also offers car rentals at resonable prices. We stayed there for two full weeks, my only complaint was sometimes you had to run the water for a bit to get hot water, small inconvenience in the over all picture. A great place and I would go again in a heart beat.
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FromUS$150
3.5/55 Reviews
I stayed in this hotel for a week and I can conclude that it was by far my worst hotel experience ever. 1. Bellman is available but he will not pickup your bags. 2. Checking in takes about 15 min per person and normally only one receptionist is available. 3. One of the receptionist is very rude and shouted at us when we asked her about the gym which is not working. 4. While we checked in we were asked to leave a $100 security deposit. One day before we checkout we informed them that we will be checking out 5:30 in the morning so please make sure you have the security deposit ready. In the morning we had the taxi waiting for us half an hour as the security deposit was not ready and after arguing with them that we will miss our flight they gave me 40 Bahamian dollars and 60 dollars mostly of a $1 bills. Basically trying to make you leave the security deposit as a tip for them. 5. Every time we have a problem and ask for the manager he/she is not available. 6. Rooms are relatively clean but no maintenance for electricity and plumping. 7. Gym and spa are not working and you will never know until you are there. 8. The only good thing there is the water sports which I knew later is an independent company that why it is well managed. 9. Restaurants there have the same menu everyday which is a bit boring if you have a long stay. 10. We eventually encountered molds on the bread and worms in the resins which shows that food safety is an issue there. 11. Even though we were on an all inclusive stay, when you request extra water bottles in the room they reject and say you are only entitled for 3 Half liter bottles per day. Finally I definitely recommend that you stay away of this hotel to avoid this horrible experience.
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FromUS$123
5/511 Reviews
Very good 👍 cost-effective
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FromUS$307
2.5/55 Reviews
Nothing fancy here but the breakfast was good and served in a timely manner. Price was average for the area. But as a matter of convenience while staying at the hotel you really can’t complain. The lunch menu is also good. I can’t attest to dinner as I was usually working during that time frame.
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FromUS$100
4.2/510 Reviews
Pink Sands was recommended to us and it was also our first visit to Harbour Island which we loved. Traveled with wife, daughter and her boyfriend. We had the 2 bedroom Bimini Cottage at the north end of resort with private beach access. Bimini has been thoroughly renovated- stylish furnishings, new bathrooms and all-new deck furniture- 5 separate deck seating areas. We could have had a cocktail party for 100 on that oceanfront deck! Delightful. Found the food at the resort to be very good- had breakfast & lunch at Blue Bar every day and ate at Malcolm 510 3 of our 8 nights on the island. Also enjoyed The Landing and The Dunmore for dinner as well. We're going back. Harbour Island is very dear price-wise so it's not worth talking value here. That notwithstanding, for a perfect beach adventure with great food, it's an island hard to beat.
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FromUS$851
4.2/511 Reviews
Going to honeymoon, the location is good, the room is also a local feature, it is really not much to eat around
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FromUS$385
4.5/55 Reviews
I have been dreaming of returning to Harbour Island for 20 years so my birthday seemed like a perfect time to return. My sister made all arrangements after we decided on Tingum. My sister communicated with the owner Juanita who was kind and helpful. We were greeted by Stacy and were taken to our rooms which were roomy, beautiful and comfortable. The hotel is within walking distance to pink sands beach so the location is ideal. From the moment we arrived, we were greeted as if we were family by Stacy, Karen, Max, the chef and the owner Juanita. Karen owns the spa connected to the hotel (Island spa) and she arranged for amazing body massages for all 4 of us. I’m already looking forward to returning to the island and back home to Tingum Village.
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FromUS$165
4.5/55 Reviews
This is an expensive marina populated by huge beautiful yachts. Yet many things don’t work. The showers and toilets were out for weeks. Today we learned their water system is broken so we are getting town water which is very salty. Not good for water tanks. There is no Pumpout although they say there will be. No laundry except to turn it in to a central laundry which ripped a pair of shorts with no explanation. On the positive side the marina workers are great and as helpful as possible and not to blame. But the situation is frustrating. And this is still considered the best marina on Harbour Island!
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FromUS$338