Beautiful hotel that’s run by amazing people— two restaurants / bars on site AND you can cage dive right off the dock. Our Dive guide, Jamie was absolutely fantastic and very knowledgeable of the local wildlife. Definitely going back and would highly recommend!
I booked 4 rooms for a reward for employees. Tropical storm made it unsafe to fly from Stuart Fl. NOBODY answered the phone for me to cancel nor did the answer for Expedia who I booked through. They refused to return my refund. I would have been happy to rebook at a different time but they chose to not be available and greedy. I'm taking my well deserved staff elsewhere.
I see no other reason why anyone would visit this place except for the diving and, maybe, fishing. Although the rooms were a fair size the cleanliness needed a lot to be desired, you where living in other peoples dirt as the draw fronts and surfaces were not washed down thoroughly and residue of tea/coffee and food stains where evident . The whole place needs a good thorough clean. There is a small shop on site which was good to get a few cold drinks and water, the alcohol was cheaper than I expected with a 1ltre of Tanquery gin being around $28 , three bottles of cold beer around $8.5. They also sold mixers. The bar/restaurant on site was adequate, we only eat there a couple of times, food was ok, service was slow and mixed. I found communication with Beth Watson when booking the stay a slow process and found a lack of 'urgency' to anything, this reflected with the staff on site especially the hotel management, once night we had an issue of the room door key not working, due to it being around 11pm the only person on site to help was the security guard, he did his best but could not fix the issue or get us into our room, he tried to contact the management, well no one showed any interest or urgency to help out a paying customer. We had to sit on our patio trying to avoid the rain, which was torrential for nearly an hour before the duty manager answered her phone to him and finally arrived, her attitude stunk and made it quiet clear she was not happy at being called into work, we where made to feel as if the problem with the door lock was our problem We got moved into a cottage for our last night as they could not fixed the door to our room, I have to say I would not pay the extra for a cottage which we had been quoted $28 per night, although larger than the standard rooms unless you get one of the four facing the marina the views from the room/patio are no all that. Although there is a small kitchen in the cottages there are no crockery or cutlery and even the sink in the kitchen had no water feed to it. The fellow guests staying at this place and the location to the dive school made this place bearable for us but in hindsight I wish we had stayed at the Hilton. Bimini itself is so run down and unattractive, the locals always had a smile and would say hello but there was rubbish everywhere and the whole place looks run down and un-loved.…
my son and i stayed here for 6 nights at the end of Feb 2020. We came for my son to dive with sharks especially hammerheads. Godd spacious room. Buuetiful turquoise water mos tof the time had a couple of rainy days. Food good , alittle expensive and slow service but worth the wait. Neal Watson Dive school on site.Met some really nice people had a great time.
My Wife and I went to Bimini in early Feb. 2020 specifically to do the Hammerhead shark dive. We did want to stay at the Big Game Resort, but they were booked full so we had to stay somewhere else. For that reason, I cannot comment on the actual quality of the resort, but we did spend quite a bit of time there. We had dinner and drinks twice..sitting on the upstairs patio, looking out over the marina and taking in the beautiful view. It is a little pricey, but then so is everything on Bimini. We enjoyed ourselves, the food and service was good and the staff were friendly. If we ever return, I would go there again. C