Finding an ideal family-friendly all-inclusive resort in Freeport does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Viva Wyndham Fortuna Beach - An All-Inclusive Resort, a nice option for travelers like you.
Viva Wyndham Fortuna Beach Resort is a family-friendly all-inclusive resort offering a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free internet access is offered to guests.
The all-inclusive resort features a concierge. Plus, guests can enjoy a pool and free breakfast, which have made this a popular choice among travelers visiting Freeport. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
While in Freeport, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Viva Wyndham Fortuna Beach, including Cleveland's Beach Club (0.4 mi) and Margarita Villa (0.4 mi).
Freeport is also home to Garden of the Groves, a popular garden that is not too far from Viva Wyndham Fortuna Beach - An All-Inclusive Resort.
Viva Wyndham Fortuna Beach - An All-Inclusive Resort looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Freeport.
This vacation was a great experience for my, I enjoyed a lot and I would like to come back again. I knowed a lot beautiful people. Mama inma, la negra tania, perla, Bianyi, and all of animation team!!!!
We stayed here for a week for our honeymoon. The hotel is on the most amazing beach, and you can snorkel straight from there. There is also a great pool. Their nightly shows are excellent and their speciality restaurants are nice. However the staff are not very friendly and it seems like an effort for the bar tenders to get you a drink. The rooms could do with some modernising and the food in the restaurant is not very nice- it’s very processed and cheap. Although we had a nice week, we would not stay here again.
We decided to travel to Viva Wyndham for NYE a couple of weeks after the resort (and island) re-opened to travellers after hurricane Dorian. We were highly apprehensive and a bit nervous about what to expect after reading so many of the horror stories on Trip Advisor (don't read bad reviews after booking, haha). We booked a one-week all-inclusive trip and overall we were pleased with a few notable drawbacks. I'll start with the positives, the nightly entertainment was superb. It gave us something to look forward to every night and the performers/staff are well trained. The acrobats were the most impressive. The only downside was that there's no Bahamian culture or influence here, it's all Latin vibes which became a bit dull by day 5 (even for my woman who speaks Spanish). To get a feel for Bahamas, do leave the resort. We took a trip into town to Port Lucaya and another day trip to ATV (the ATV trip was a bit short and overpriced in my opinion). For a more local experience, there's a bar in Port Lucaya that serves delicious fried red snapper fish with fries, just go to where the locals chill to find it. We also ate cracked conch at a nearby restaurant. Next, we stayed in an oceanview room to the left of the main building. The view was nice and we were content with it because we knew it could have been a lot worse. Some of the pillows had mold and mildew on them, and we had to ask them to clean the room the first morning. But after that it was fine overall. I liked the fitness centre there which I used quite a bit. The facilities are pretty nice, there's enough to do. December/January is a bit cold, we didn't go in the water too much. The hot tub was nice, but always full. The food okay, pleanty of selection, but was mostly bland as many foods were either canned or packaged or repurposed (e.g. spinach, potatoes and other foods from breakfast were served again at lunch); The selection was repetitive day after day, except fot the lobster, lamb, salmon, crab legs, and champagne they served on NYE which was fancy and fantastic! Other than NYE, we had better food in Cuba, beieve it or not. Make your dinner reservations for the specialty restaurants during or immediatley after check-in to avoid disappointment. You may not avoid disappointment when you taste the food though because all three were lackluster at best although an overall nice dining experience. I rate it a 4.5/5 because it really exceeded our expectations after the hurricane. Under normal conditions it's a solid 3/5. I would not go back. Beware of the staff selling timeshares too. Overall, we were happy with the chepaer price/'hurricane' discount.…
My friends and I had the best time here on our spring break. The food and drinks were surprisingly good for the price that we paid. We also loved how involved the staff were and how they made you feel so welcome. Special shoutout to Ziko, Kat, and Pablo for making this trip one to remember!
Had 10 rooms booked for end of April, they decided to close till May 1, rebooked for Mid June, a month later(after everyone already rebooked their flights) then decided to close until November and won't refund our money. Told us they decided to close because they didn't have many booking and they couldn't afford to open for that time. I thought Wyndham was a big company, hard to believe they would strand a 15 person group this way, let alone do it twice. Bear in mind the island isn't closed, just the hotel. Horrible customer service.