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Fowl Cay Resort

Fowl Cay Resort Rating: 5.0 Pearls

Crowded beaches are unheard of on this private island resort where a maximum of 28 guests at a time have free range of 50 acres and three beaches. Personal boats for daily excursions, on-call service, spacious villas with fully stocked kitchens and wet bars, and a host of all-inclusive activities make Fowl Cay a standout gem in the Exumas. However, some of the villas feature outdated decor and worn furnishings that seem inconsistent with the resort's high nightly rates.

Grand Lucayan

Grand Lucayan Rating: 4.0 Pearls

It's the top lodging on Grand Bahama -- immaculate grounds; great beds; convenient, scenic location. It has a wide range of rooms, features, and dining options, but it can feel a bit impersonal.

Old Bahama Bay Resort & Yacht Harbour

Old Bahama Bay Resort & Yacht Harbour Rating: 4.0 Pearls

A small, isolated, time-share-style hotel with big, beautiful suites, a marina, a friendly staff that zips around on golf carts, and managers that greet returning guests like family -- Old Bahama Bay feels more yacht club than resort. But activities are limited -- just boating or lounging by the isolated beach or pool -- and to some travelers, it's boring.

Melia Nassau Beach Resort

Melia Nassau Beach Resort Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Sheraton Nassau Beach Resort has great rooms, a gorgeous beachfront, three great pools, a top-notch gym, and a friendly and cheerful staff. But it's a massive property -- 694 rooms -- with little to eat nearby. This means that guests are stuck with the Sheraton's own overpriced, mediocre fare. Still, it's a great value.

Atlantis - Royal Towers

Atlantis - Royal Towers Rating: 4.0 Pearls

When most people think of Atlantis, they immediately envision Royal Towers -– the massive, pink, now-iconic structure that opened in 1998 and houses over 1,000 spacious rooms. It sits along a near-perfect (if it weren't for the vendors) stretch of beach in Paradise Island. Atlantis has six separate sections, and Royal Towers is the mega-resort nerve center; guests staying here will find themselves within easy walking distance of the best pools, a luxury spa and fitness center, the 141-acre Aquaventure for incredible waterslides and river rides, and activities at Dolphin Cay. Other notable features of the complex include the largest outdoor marine habitat in the world, a hopping casino, and a total of 19 bars and 21 restaurants -- all with a hefty price tag. Contemporary rooms are larger (and pricier) than rooms at the Beach and Coral Towers, but most have French balconies with standing room only.

Atlantis Paradise Island Resort

Atlantis Paradise Island Resort Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Stunning architecture, an exceptional water park, a famous casino, three beaches, 12 otherworldly pools, and 21 superb restaurants make the 3,400-room Atlantis, Paradise Island a study in conspicuous consumption. No other resort, anywhere in the Caribbean, can compete with its dining or attractions. But we warned: this is not a tranquil place.

Taino Beach Resort & Clubs

Taino Beach Resort & Clubs Rating: 3.5 Pearls

This aging family-friendly beach property on Freeport’s southeastern coast has 157 time-share condo units in three sections. The renovated Marlin section has fresh decor and stainless steel appliances, but guests will find that the other two sections -- Coral and Ocean -- have seen better days. The restaurant serves a buffet breakfast buffet as well as a la carte lunches and dinners alongside sea views (especially nice over morning coffee); guests can also ferry to Port Lucaya for a number of shops, restaurants and bars. For the resort's size, the pool complex is impressive with a 100 foot waterslide, lazy river, swim-up pool bar, children’s area, and hot tub. Lucaya Watersports & Tours, based on the property, can arrange a number of rentals and excursions. Given low prices for the units, guest should expect fees for everything else.

British Colonial Hilton Nassau Hotel

British Colonial Hilton Nassau Hotel Rating: 3.5 Pearls

A fine business hotel -- pleasant staff, convenient location, a snazzy lobby, guest rooms renovated in 2009 -- but leisure travelers will find several pleasant amenities, as well. Chief among those is an attractive pool area and sports activities. The beach is small, the rooms lack balconies (save for on the sixth floor), and though the hotel is close to the sights of downtown Nassau, the area is dead at night.

Paradise Cove Beach Resort

Paradise Cove Beach Resort Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The family-run and authentic Paradise Cove is located on the western coast of Grand Bahama, 30 minutes from Freeport and along Deadman’s Reef, one of the best snorkel spots on the island. There are just two comfortable two-bedroom villas: one blue and one yellow. Though the bar and grill can get a cruise ship crowd during the day, guests can easily find their own peace and quiet on the sand and even more so in the evening. This is ideal for couples or small groups who can transform the evening vibe into anything they want it to be: party-hearty, kid-friendly, or just plain romantic. Paddleboards (when the waves are not choppy), kayaks, and other rentals are available. A car is recommended, if only to keep the fridge stocked.

Wyndham Nassau Resort  & Crystal Palace Casino

Wyndham Nassau Resort & Crystal Palace Casino Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The enormous, 415-room Wyndham Nassau is an aging property with cigarette-scented guest rooms. Its main attractions include a mediocre stretch of Cable Beach, a great pool, some pricey (but excellent) restaurants, and the sluggish Crystal Palace Casino.

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What's Your Style?

  • Beach
  • Luxury
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  • Romantic
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Locations

  • Freeport
  • Paradise Island

Amenities

  • Air Conditioner
  • Babysitting Services
  • Balcony
  • Bar at Pool
  • Basic Television
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Brands

  • Atlantis
  • Hilton
  • Sheraton
  • Wyndham
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