Towne Hotel is an excellent choice for travelers visiting Nassau, offering a budget friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
As your “home away from home,” the hotel rooms offer a flat screen TV and air conditioning, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
Guests have access to a 24 hour front desk while staying at Towne Hotel Nassau. In addition, Towne Hotel offers a pool and free breakfast, which will help make your Nassau trip additionally gratifying.
Close to some of Nassau's most popular landmarks, such as Christ Church Cathedral (0.1 mi) and Pompey Square (0.1 mi), Towne Hotel is a great destination for tourists.
While staying in Nassau, you can check out a popular French restaurant like Le Petit Gourmet, which is serving up some great dishes.
During your visit, be sure to check out popular art museums like The National Art Gallery of The Bahamas, Junkanoo World Museum & Arts Centre, and Antonius Roberts Studio & Gallery, which are all a short distance from the hotel.
Enjoy your stay in Nassau!
The only reason to stay at this hotel is because of the price. Period. There is no other realistic reason. First off, there is no service, at any hour. Whatever they say means nothing. Whatever you ask them to do and they say they will, forget it. Second, no hot water. Their plumbing is 50 years old. Third, their landline phones don't work. Fourth, their internet is a joke. You spend more time staying connected than actually using the internet, Fifth, hit and miss on housekeeping- whenever they feel like it. Six, the TV system is a joke. Most of the stations are not a part of their package (cheapest one on the planet). And six or eight or more stations have been identified as having technical problems- Cable Bahamas apologizes. You see the work staff- what do they do? This is a hotel in decline - for last umpteen years.…
DO NOT GO THERE I booked this place for me and my girl , when we arrive there the guy at front desk was asking us for money to pay while we already payed online through Expedia, I showed him everything and confirmation he still didn’t let us in. Expedia was calling he hang up the phone he was very rude so I end up paid another money just to stay there that’s was horrible scam
We only needed a hotel for a night. This hotel is in a great location and for a great price. The people were nice and the room although extremely small and dated, was clean. Unfortunately, there was no curfew and people were being very loud. We had a hard time getting enough sleep to wake up early to catch a boat. The pool is more like a bath tub, but we were not there to swim. This was perfect for a one night stay.
Beautiful hotel loaded with very cool artwork and tropical motife. Friendly staff, nice restaurant and bar, garden swimming pool, comfortable rooms, close walk to everything downtown..oh and Max the blue and gold macaw will greet you and say hello but only let's the ladies scratch his head!
I don't quite understand what some people expect for the money. We found this hotel to be very cutely quirky! It had a 'local' feel to it. Yes, the rooms may be a bit dated and basic but it was adequately clean and our ground floor room around the pool was a lovely setting. The continental breakfast set us up for the day and all the staff were extremely efficient, friendly and helpful. As stated by the previous reviewer, Max the parrot, who was in reception (apart from at breakfast time) just made it all the more enjoyable. He usually responded to 'hello Max' with his 'hello' albeit in his own time! Would not hesitate to stay again.
I enjoyed my stay at this hotel. It is a little old fashioned and "quaint" but everything in the room worked (i.e. wifi, TV, fan, air-con, shower) and was comfortable. By local standards the price is inexpensive and good value. Staff were helpful and of course the parrot is the star. The location is excellent for everything in Down Town, Nassau. I would be happy to stay there again.
Isabelle and Ron have been running the Towne Hotel (e silent) for 60 years as of this post. They are old school professionals, and compared to many of the other hotels in the area a great value in my opinion. The have old school touches, like fresh baked carrot cake and apple pie every day. Simple complementary breakfast. Door security and key check 24-7. They have an in house bar and resturant, with both familiar, and native dishes. One of the better places to eat for a sensitive stomache, and better priced than the cruise boat area joints. Yes the beds and bathrooms could use improvement. The beds move around on rollers. The bathroom tile are cracked in places, fixtures corroded out. Overall construction must be 50 years old at least, leaning on the small side. However, the location is ideal...away from tourists but a block from the Pirate Museum and GrayCliff Chocolater/Hotel/Resturant. The Wifi was improved by adding 5 different addresses throughout the hotel. Both the service and wifi are a little slow at times, but you should not be rushing anyway. Meet a lot of guests in the common courtyard if you want. Tread water in the unheated pool. Say "hello" to Max the Parrot.…
Very disappointed. Staff was aloof- the hotel itself is in disrepair. The pool is dirty and cold. We booked a junior suite and barely had room to walk around the bed. The mattress was like a plywood board. The worst was the nightclub next door that blasted music through the thin walls all night. I had read so many good reviews and was excited for a nice visit. Sadly we would not come back here. There was no upside.
Older hotel but we'll maintained. Staff and owners are very friendly. You do get a lot of noise as hotel is in the downtown area but I didn't mind it. Lunch and dinner were both excellent. The free continental breakfast you can skip. Not very good. Muffins were stale and really no variety in the items offered. Very basic. They have a breakfast menu but cooks don't come in until noon so no breakfast but the continental. Luckily Dunkin' Donuts is behind the hotel on the corner. Max the Macaw was really fun to interact with! 2 for 1 happy hour drinks! Excellent Bahama Mamas!
Why this hotel hasn't been closed down is a mystery. The rooms are full of cheap/ broken furniture, tv doesn't work. Air conditioning is too noisy to have on for long. Management is aggressive. Breakfast is cheap and nasty, with long queues. There are no views from any rooms. Noisy at night. Unbelievably expensive.