The Harbour Moon is a "go-native" type of hotel, not really designed for beachcombing tourists or the spring break crowd. They don't advertise and most of their clientele is other Bahamians. Room cleanliness is not up to American standards but will not shock anyone who has traveled in the third world. The bedsheets and towels were clean. The door lock was cheap; don't leave valuables. Everything in my room worked (air conditioner, lights, TV, toilet, hot water) except the telephone, which I wasn't expecting anyway. The bed was old and too soft. The staff is friendly and helpful, especially if you are friendly to them. The hotel is located at the corner of Bay and Deveaux streets, in the noisy port district, with no beaches or tourist facilities nearby. (I was in Nassau for the archives, not too far away.) Prices are reasonable for Nassau -- $55-65 per night in the off-season. There is a very good Chinese restaurant (called the VIP) attached.
Location: Caribbean > Bahamas > New Providence Island > Nassau
Ranked #20 of 34 Hotels in Nassau
Number of rooms: 30
- Also Known As:
- Harbour Moon Bahamas/Nassau