Stayed here with my cousin (who was here celebrating her 40th birthday) and a few friends. We each had our own sea-facing studio hut, which was a treat. Pictures definitely do not do justice to how lovely the huts were - they were so comfortable and cosy, with everything we could possibly need and more (ie. surround sound stereo system, ipod dock, large tv, a small fridge, toaster over, microwave, coffee maker, kettle, mugs/plates/bowls/cutlery/napkins, even a small sink and washing up liquid!). CDs in the room were of various artists who had recorded at the studios nearby. lovely touch, though i wish i couldve purchased one in particular i couldnt stop listening to! (found it on amazon afterwards, tho!). The hotel maid was super sweet and always did a superb job-when i had asked for more conditioner one day, she happily gave me tons (my unmanageable hair was overjoyed!).
Staff were friendly, helpful and completely marvelous, as we had included them in various surprises we had planned for my cousin, and they were just brilliant in helping us pull it all off without a hitch- even personally picking up a birthday cake for us from the bakery (to save us the delivery fee), and allowing us to decorate a corner of the restaurant for the birthday bash. Two nites in a row we were treated to a special junkanoo for her, with singing and dancing staff.
The day we had a super early start for a powerboat trip, which meant we had to leave before official breakfast hours, we asked if we could take some pastries with us. Our breakfasts were put into takeaway containers (and juices into takeaway cups, with lids and straws!) and given to us as we left the hotel, so we could take it with us. That was a really nice touch, seeing as they really didn´t have to do that, and we really appreciated it.
i think the pool, the hottub and surrounding areas could do with a bit of a spruce up, and for the price we paid for the rooms it would have been nicer if they included a full breakfast (ie eggs, sausages, or waffles etc, and coffee too), not just the two pieces of pastry and small glass of juice...
But other than that i thought this resort was great and would return. Im so happy we stayed here and not at some large impersonal hotel, and especially not at Atlantis, which was like a zoo. We rented a car so it was super easy to get around Nassau and to Paradise Island, but at the end of the day it was always lovely to return to our oasis, Compass Point!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Compass Point is a 1.5 acre celebration of bold imagination. Its 18 huts, made up of two-story cottages and single cabanas, glow with vivid Junkanoo colors. It is the perfect choice for guests who value simplicity, comfort, creativty and romance. Its restarunt is one of the few in Nassau where you can dine overlooking the ocean. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Compass Point Beach Hotel Nassau
- Compass Point Beach Nassau
- Compass Point Beach Resort Bahamas/Nassau