Had a great trip. 4 days, 3 nights. GREAT people. Avi is the best bartender (by the pool) try her Melon Ball - GO is the head Japanese chef and he's AWESOME and did special requests for my picky teenager and Wilmer is a great security guy he's ALWAYS watching what's going on and nothing slips by him.
I've NEVER felt safer on an island. This country is ALL about the tourists, so don't be shy and check out the island - you can walk freely (unlike other islands like Dominican Republic or Jamaica) these people don't want anything from you except that you have a good time, literally. We went to the fish fry and walked into town along the boardwalk to the festival and not once were we hassled and/or harassed nor did anyone beg for money, honestly it was kinda weird.... I truly felt like I was at home in this country. Except a few residents we passed on the boardwalk said hello and "welcome to the bahamas" and I guess we don't really get that at home huh.... :-)
Hotel accomodations - it's true, there is a bad smell in the piano bar but if it bothers you, like us don't go in there...
Our bedding always seem somewhat damp but hey, at least the air conditioning worked great!
The hotel is dated and almost all the furniture is plastic(ish) but I'm guessing that that's probably because it's always damp there?
Checkin: Technically, it's at 3pm but we got there and checked in about 10 am and we were told to come back at around 12:30 and our room should be ready (apparently the rooms are computer generated upon booking) - sorry but this kinda sucked. However, we went back shortly after 11am and our room was ready.
Check-out: is at 11am but we bought a "late checkout" for $75 USD and this extended our room until 6pm. Unfortunately, I couldn't do late check out until 8am the day we were leaving as the front desk had to see if our room was generated for a new patron - again, this kinda sucked cuz we didn't know until the day we were leaving if we had to pack up and vacate first thing or not.
The beach: is right there, literally. There is no walking to the beach, the beach is right on the other side of the grill (or snack bar). AWESOME!
Birds, yeah there's seaguls but there not really as bad as ppl say unless you feed them or your not holding onto your food and drop something....
All in all, it was a great trip, amazing people would definitely go back to Nassau but would check out a different resort next time just because I like to experience new things :-)
Construction is going on in every corner of Nassau but it's not a hinderance cuz you really don't hear anything at all, so don't fret.
We were only dissappointed that we missed the water skiing - it's included "FREE" on this resort however, the boat was in for repairs while we stayed there, there should have been another boat :-(
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This all-inclusive resort in The Bahamas is situated on almost 1000-ft of the powder-white sands of Cable Beach, the island's best beach. No Hidden Taxes or Fees or surcharges - just one upfront price. Wi-Fi in bedrooms and lobby included - virtually everything you can eat, drink & do included one simple, upfront price - with no tipping allowed. Tennis, snorkeling, rock climbing, sailing, flying trapeze! Three restaurants plus a beach grill. Four bars. Nightclub and piano bar. All included! ... more less
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