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Sandals Royal Bahamian Spa Resort & Offshore Island
Ranked #1 of 37 Hotels in Nassau
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“Honeymoon in Paradise”
Reviewed August 14, 2003

My husband and I honeymooned at this resort and absolutely had the time of our lives. The service was fabulous, we encountered only positive staff members, no complacent or rude employees here! The restaurants offered variety and the food was delicious, our favorite was Baccarat!
The bartenders were happy and generous with the alcohol in the drinks and even provided their own private recipe concoctions.

We stayed in the Manor House in the Honeymoon Oceanview Concierge suite. The room was a decent size with a window view of the ocean, no balconey. The room had an entrance area where the door to the bedroom could be closed of for privacy from the main hallway. The toilet and shower are was off of another small changing room with a full closet, sink and counter are. Housekeeping was fair, bedsheets were not changed daily unless requested and coffe cups were not replaced, only washed out. The bathroom floors were not swept every day also. On the up side, the in-room bar was well stocked and was restocked every day!

We did encounter one afternoon where the entire Manor house had a boiler problem and there was no hot water until the next day. The staff could not be more apologetic for the inconvenience.

I found the grounds to be well kept up for the amount of daily visitors that the resort has and there was always someone available to answer questions. Toward the end of the afternoon the pool areas did get a lot of trash left around the poolsides from people whom conveniently forgot to put their trash in trash receptacles.

Do take the time to go over to the beach at the off-shore Island, it is very different from the main beach area. There are a lot of shells and coral and hermit crabs on the beach. The main beach has lots of fish swimming in the water with you that become even more curious of you when you feed them bread.

The resort is top notch, I received the best pedicure ever there. The Swedish Massage was excellent also!

I would go back to this resort in a heartbeat!

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Reviewed August 11, 2003

Whatever you do, please, don't go to this or any other Sandals. I have never been so disappointed. Terrible food, service, grounds, etc.

This resort is by far the biggest waste of money in my life, ever. I would not recommend Sandals Royal Bahamian to anyone. It was expensive, with bad food, bad services, bad sports, crowded grounds...

If I can change any single person's mind about going to this resort or any other Sandal's resort, it's been worth my time to write this review. If you're looking for a romantic getaway in the Bahamas, look no further than Club Med Columbus Isle. For more information, go to our website at www.ianandwendy.com


We arrived at Sandals Royal Bahamian after one week at Club Med San Salvador. This was on Jul. 25th '99. We quickly signed in and were led to the taxi that would take us to the resort. We didn't have a good first impression when our ultra-all-inclusive vacation was started with "GRATUITIES GREATLY ACCEPTED" written all over the van. We promptly ignored this.

We were given a choice of one drink of champagne and a wet towel immediately upon arrival. Because we had filled in most of our registration card ahead of time at the airport, we were able to be checked in first among our group. Because we were on our honeymoon, they gave us a free upgrade to a honeymoon suite in the new Windsor building.


Our room was very clean and the fridge was well stocked with cheap alchohol. However, the mismatch of colours and styles was really ugly.
Interior decoration from hell. Nothing seemed to match. The room was very quiet the whole time we were there, but we heard from people on lower floors that they weren't so lucky.

The bathroom did not have a separate toilet (a feature we had grown to like at Club Med). Despite the fact that the building was only about 8 months old (in '99), it was already definitely showing age - the tap fixture kept falling off, there were cracks on the floor, etc. We heard people whose rooms were in the other tower complaining that they had no hot water. We had a lovely, huge tub, but when we filled it we discovered the water was an odd green colour. Not inviting. There was a hairdryer - but it was hilarious. It looked like a vacuum cleaner, and mainly made a lot of noise. We heard lots of other people complaining about it too, so it's not just us.

The room's balcony had two chairs and a table and a rack to dry your clothes on - nice touch.

We proceeded to unpack our welcome package and found that we were missing our towel tokens. (A few other people complained about this too). We picked these up at the front desk. The bath robes were also missing from our room, and it took four days before we finally harassed housekeeping enough to give us some.

The Grounds:

Both pools had loungers packed densely everywhere, with every guest on top of the other. In order to get a lounger with an umbrella, it was necessary to get there early in the morning. During the day, the pools were so full of people on the foam beds that it was impossible to float without bumping into multiple people. The pool was also not clean. We can understand part of the problem. There were tons of people there, and we saw one woman in particular eating an ice cream cone at the edge of the pool, with it dripping right into the water. Our bathing suits wound up dirty, and never actually came clean. Not a nice feeling.

The grounds were not very well kept up. The whole place really needed a fresh coat of paint. The grounds always made us feel a bit claustrophobic, as they were trying to pack so much into a small amount of space. There was an awfully large amount of concrete, and very few trees or plants.

The Villas at the back of the property looked beautiful, but were too close to the main road (which was busy even on the weekend) to be relaxing.

We searched for the advertised hammocks, and found only three of them - one by the villas close to the road, and two by the beach which seemed to be permanently in use. There was a hanging basket chair at the end of each of the docks, but these were very popular as well. With 600 guests, 5 cool chairs isn't really enough.

The beach on the property was worse then we thought it would be. We had been warned it was small, but this fell short of our rock bottom expectations. There was the constant buzzing of jetski operators trying to make a deal with the guests, and when they were unable to, they would zip about across the tiny beachfront disturbing everyone. We also saw broken glass washed up in several places. The beach was generally small, dirty, and packed. What little beachfront there was was broken up by the two docks, making for little patches of beach, some of it unusable.

The swim-up bars were often very crowded and it would take 5-10 minutes to get a drink. The mixes were terrible, as well.

The temperature of the buildings was very uneven. Some would be absolutely freezing, while others were sweltering.

The SANDALS logo is plastered everywhere. On buildings, in the pool, etc. Not that we would ever forget where we had gone.

We saw a few cockroaches in and about the buildings, and one rat-like creature scampered around that we couldn't identify.


We had been warned that it was difficult to get reservations at some of the restaurants. Immediately upon our arrival, we tried to make reservations at all the restaurants that required them. Baccharat is the smallest restaurant, and the ONLY reservation we could get was on Saturday night - which happened to be the night of the grand buffet at the Spices restaurant, which was something we didn't want to miss. Of course, what confused us was the couple who we met on the taxi had managed to get a reservation several days earlier. Of course, they had 'concierge service' which probably got them into restaurants more flexibly than our cheaper accomodation. When we left, they were just changing to a new restaurant reservation plan where reservations were required only for Cafe Goombay, the island restaurant. I'm not sure if this was a seasonal switch or a permanent switch, however.

Dress at most of the restaurants was at least khaki's with nice shoes for the men, and sundresses for the women. Unnecesarily pretentious.

All the restaurants had dirty, tasteless, underripe fruits. The service was generally pretty good with a few exceptions I'll mention below.

We tried lunch at the grill, which is the open air restaurant that has American-style hamburgers/fries/pizza/nachos. (The nachos were served with the kind of cheese-like product that you get at ball games).
Service was extremely slow and we didn't go back to this restaurant the rest of the week. The food was predictably very heavy. Pigeons and flies were everywhere - they should have installed netting to keep them out.

Kimono's is the Japanese restaurant. There was a heavy emphasis on entertainment here. It was far from genuine cultural cuisine (as were all the restaurants). Our dinner was prepared in front of us by an over-the-top singing chef. Most of the people we ate with seemed to enjoy it, though. It was a good social dinner with other people, (a la Club Med), not a romantic spot. We were warned that some chefs are more entertaining than others. Instead of choosing a main meal from a menu, the chef prepared everything and you could just choose what you wanted.
The dessert at this restaurant was excellent, by the way.

Baccharat is a small restaurant that is supposed to be the "fanciest".
When reserving, try to ask for a table near the window as this gets you a view of the pool and the Spices terrace. Of course, the place really wasn't that fancy, as half of the tables shared a long bench reminiscent of eating at Denny's. Breakfast here is supposed to be "light" and is ordered from the menu, unlike the other restaurants which were all buffet. We found breakfast cold and lacked taste, despite the fancy service. It was no lighter than the buffets. Dinner was pretty much the same, pretentious and underwhelming.

Spices is the main buffet restaurant, open for breakfast lunch and dinner. The food was mostly cold and seemed to have been prepared sometime last century. What little choice there was to have something made to order was usually bungled. We also saw the chef lick her fingers and proceed to cook our dinner. The food in general was very heavy, with poor quality meats. There were lots of choices for dessert, but they were all "Sara Lee" quality. Not what we were looking for from our "exclusive resort" vacation.

The Crystal Room was another quite pretentious restaurant. Service was excellent, and the food was fairly good. Lots of selection on the menu.
The dessert was terrible, the same thing as the buffet desserts.

Casanova's was their Italian restaurant and was by far and away the best. Breakfast and lunch buffets there were identical to Spices but at dinnertime this restaurant was simply in a class of its own. The service was amazing - very friendly waiters who never got our orders wrong. The food was the best we had. Excellent breads with pesto sauce and other toppings, nice salad, and every meal we tried was excellent.
The meat was prepared how we asked for it to be prepared. Desserts were ordered from the menu and tasted great, but a lot of them tasted strongly of alchohol. (It's fine if you like that taste, but if you don't you had a choice of one dessert).

Cafe Goombay is the open air restaurant on the island. Seafood, seafood, and more seafood. Except it wasn't very good. No choice of lobster, either, or crab, or anything else - mostly conch and other processed seafoods. There was a choice of two soups - both involved conch. Despite everyone arriving by boat at the same time, service was pretty good. The desserts were the same quality as the buffets'.

None of the restaurants have ocean views, (but the fitness center does - who designed this place?). The decor is very over the top and often wasn't consistent. The place portrays itself as being really fancy, and yet we found that the napkins (and towels) were frayed and falling apart.

The Room Service menu for breakfast consisted of continental breaksfast. Juice, mufins, bread, fruits. It left a lot to be desired.
They never brought enough of anything (if we each ordered the same thing, they brought only one serving) and often got things just plain wrong. They always forgot to leave the room service menu lists for the next day too - I don't understand how they could screw up such a simple thing as slipping a menu under everyone's door. A lot of other people were complaining about this too.


Sucked. The equipment was dirty, a lot of it was broken. The lifejackets, for example, were covered with mildew and dirt - it was disgusting. They were all the same size - and people aren't. There were 6 newer ones that were still clean. For 600 people. We tried sailing a few times. The winds were very uneven, and when we got stuck out in the water and a thunderstorm rolled in, none of the Sandals staff noticed or cared - we had to paddle back into shore with our hands. We got a lot of attitude from the watersports staff, as well. We tried the glassbottom boat ride to see if we wanted to bother snorkeling. We could barely even see through the glass bottom, as they hadn't cleaned it in a while. They never cut the motor, so of course we never really saw any fish. We did however check out the condition of the masks and snorkels, and decided we didn't really need to go snorkelling. They do also have windsurfing, which we don't have good enough balance for, and waterskiing. We're beginners, and although we loved it at Club Med, with the Sandals' staff's attitude and their equipment, we didn't feel comfortable trying it there.

Daytime Entertainment:

Sandals drops off a list of activities every day to keep the guests busy. We tried several of these and for the most part they were unorganized, late, and disappointing. The playmakers generally didn't care at all: (for example, at one of the events, the "Big Games", we heard the following (serious!) exchange. Playmaker 1: "We forgot the basketball at the office. With all these people, why do _I_ have to go get it?" Playmaker 2: "That's the difference between _work_ and vacation.") . Playmakers would show up to a pictionary game *without* pictionary or a board or markers. A water volleyball game was interrupted because the beach volleyball game was starting and they needed the only ball back. (We paid $4000 and they can only afford ONE VOLLEYBALL???). The playmakers often didn't know the rules of the game they were trying to organize.

On the plus side, the lovers game was entertaining, if badly organized.
We won a free t-shirt.

Nighttime Entertainment:

Sandals organized a few shows in the theatre. We only attended two, and that was two too many. Their showcase performance was called "Emotion in Motion". It consisted of a narrator announcing that this show would bring us to "new emotions and planes of existence". The opening piece featured a bunch of women in black bodysuits with white underwear on top. A black light was used, so we could only see their underwear.
Before the music began, the dancers were lined up in a row facing away.
We saw one girl scratching her butt at centerstage as she waited for the show to start. It didn't get better. We've seen much better high school productions. The talent show was equally pathetic. We're sure some of the guests who performed were quite good, but it was so overworked and the announcer was so over the top that we left after the first half hour.

On nights when there was no show, they would turn the theatre into a disco. We never saw it with more than a dozen people there. They alternated between a DJ and a live house band. (The band wasn't that bad). The volume was really loud.

There was also a very entertaining pianist in the piano bar. They passed out songbooks and everyone got pretty into it. The piano bar was very hot, though.

The Spa:

After all the problems we had, we tried contacting the "guardian angel" we had been assigned when we arrived. He was 'out sick' until past when we left. We finally yelled loud enough at other staff that they gave us each a free half hour Swedish massage at the Spa.

We arrived a little late, and my wife got told off for this. (this despite the fact that the spa was empty and they masseuses were sitting around doing nothing).

We were under the mistaken impression that a massage was supposed to leave you feeling better than when you got there. This did not hold true for either of us. We felt poked and prodded, but no better. The massage also wasn't as long as it was supposed to be.

On the plus side, they had really cool showers with 5 different heads that would move back and forth massaging away all the pain the masseuses had inflicted.

Checking Out:

To add insult to injury, we were surprised to find we had $25 of room charges for TWO long distance calls, both under 2 minutes. They claimed that the calls were much longer (8 minutes) and their computer "couldn't be wrong". We stood our ground and fought long enough that they eventually reduced the charge to only $10.


Don't go. Maybe we're just not "Sandals People" but I really don't understand who would be.

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common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 18 helpful votes
Reviewed August 7, 2003

My husband and I stayed here October 19-27, 2002. We booked a St. James Room but I'm not sure if that's the room we ended up with as it may have been an upgrade. Sandals and travel agents inexplicably use different terminology than is found on Sandal's web sites. We ended up in a three room suite overlooking the ocean located in the Windsor block. The balcony was accessible from the living room and the bedroom.
From what I've heard do not book rooms in the Manor block. Our room was simply amazing. It was size of my first apartment. It was beautifully furnished and well tended to by housekeeping. There is a picture of it on Sandal's website in the photo section (4th picture in the first column).

The beach is small but lovely. We spent most of our days over on Sandals' Cay. I like a large beach area for swimming so this served us better. I ate snacks as well as had dinner in Cafe Goombay. I liked it the least. Too many flies, which can't be helped, and little selection but there was nothing wrong with the food.

The other restaurants are good - great but found none to be exceptional. I preferred The Crystal Room and Baccarat for dinner.
Spices has great breakfast and lunch buffets. We ate at the Italian Restaurant twice with dramatically different results. I think the dermining factor was the time we ate. The later the meal the less pleased I was with the food and service. I didn't care for Kimono's. We stayed at Sandal's Antigua, which also has a Kimono's, and the food (quality and taste) is exactly the same. There is nothing wrong with the quality but if you've eaten good habachi in the States you probably won't care for this. But it is fun to eat with strangers since everyone is so happy to be on vacation. The outdoor restaurant by the Windsor pool was fine for snacks. We didn't eat in the Pub but they have great drinks and it stays nice and cold in there.

We did not attend any of the evening events except for the Saturday night BBQ by the Manor pool. The Manor pool IS the nice quiet pool and the Windsor pool is the rowdy one. It's nice to have the choice. We never got to use the hot tubs. The water was scalding and reporting it did not remedy the situation.

Quite honestly, I think this Sandal's is a very nice resort with a good staff, decent food and a beautiful but small beach. My husband and I have used the spa services here and in Antigua and they are lovely. If you can afford it schedule a massage or two (couples massage is the best).

These are (clearly) my own personal opinions but beyond my review what I would tell someone considering this location:

- Pay for the best room you can afford. It appears the better the room the better the service. That may sound unfair to some people but don't we all learn that you get what you pay for? I find it unfair that a person may pay for a lesser expensive room and then complain they weren't upgraded.

- This is the Carribean so that means the climate is hot, stick and damp. Comsider that when you read complaints of smelly rooms. I didn't find any of the smells to be caused by dirt or lack of cleanliness. Age is a factor I can't speak to because I stayed in the new building.

-Not much nighttime entertainment, which is why late dinner would be appealing but not satisfactory, but I've found this to be true of most of the resorts I've stayed.

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Reviewed July 31, 2003

My husband and I visited the Royal Bahamian in Jan-Feb this year and were expecting the Royal treatment. However, the service was a bit slow and the hotel looked a little tired in some areas (two jacuzzis did not work and one was scaldingly too hot to use). We were upgraded automatically to a concierge suite and found the room to be very satisfatory in size and comfort, except for a damp dusky smell coming from a damp patch that seemed to be migrating across the floor of our room. The food was average and not all of the restaurants were opened every night - we especially did not enjoy the Italian restaraunt (buffet was OK) or the English Pub (bangers and mash not so good!), but Kimonos and the Crystal room were very good as was the French restaurant for breakfast. The beach was very dissapointing (we visited Sandals Antigua the year before and thought the the beach there was the best we had ever encountered!), even the beach on the Island was not what we expected (the photos in the brochure show the part of the Island that does not belong to Sandals, the actual Sandals beach is on the other side and not so pristine). Unfortunatley, the entertainment was just going as we were leaving. Overall, the facilities were good, but I wouldn't call it the Sandals flagship resort, we preferred Sandals Antigua. The Bahamas, however, was fantastic!!! - so much to do and see, great people, great shopping and swimming with the dolphins is a must (pricey, but an experience you'll never forget!).

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Reviewed July 23, 2003

Out trip to Sandal's was to celebrate our 10th wedding anniversary, we stayed 7 days. I had read some pretty scary reviews a couple days before the trip and was very concerned. All in all it was a nice trip, note the following:

1) Service was so-so. I think tipping should be reinstated, then maybe the service would be better if the staff has some incentive. We waited on 4 separate days for more than an hour for face towels so we could take a shower. GO buy some face towels at KMART!!

2) The "fancy" restaurants were disappointing. The food was so-so and the service was so-so in that it was just the same as the self-serve restaurants.

3) The pool was great, the drinks flowed freely. They need more umbrella's though and a waiter or a waitress would be nice to take orders. Again the tip issue!!

4) The grounds were nice and the resort itself was well cared for.

5) Spices was great for breakfast and lunch.

6) Concierge service was no big deal. All they did was redirect our calls. They added no value.

7) Absolutely check out the fitness center view. It is the best from the resort!!

I guess for the price, we did expect more!!

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Reviewed July 22, 2003

My husband & I vacationed at this resort a year ago, but since I'm on Trip Advisor now researching another vacation, I thought I would contribute a review in hindsight.

For the most part, this resort was a fabulous get-away. #1 best part = no kids. There were many, many weddings and honeymooners, so expect that kind of crowd. Mostly Americans.

By day, there were two pools to choose from, both with swim-up pool bars. The larger pool we called the "party pool" because it was where all the activities took place, where the crowd was typically drunk & rowdy, and where the music was played. The other pool we called "the relaxing pool," because it was quiet and peaceful. We took advantage of both, depending upon our mood.

The public use part of the resort property itself is not too large so after a short period of time, you get easily acquainted. If you want to do something, there's typically something or another to do. There are also activities at a surcharge. One of the best things we enjoyed was the tandem massage on the dock under the stars. That was awesome.
There's also a little known hot tub by that dock that is good to know about.

The food at the resort was pretty good. The only restaurant we didn't go to was the one out of the resort's private island because everyone warned us of the gnat-like bugs -- YUCK! And the food in the English pub was ok, but if you waited too long or took too long of a siesta, it was your only choice.

The only real complaint we had about the place was the nightlife...or lack thereof. Their so-called nightclub was truly lame, as were most of their shows (the talent shows were the worst). We left the resort twice to go to casinos (one we walked to; the other (The Atlantis) you have to take an expensive cab ride to).

But if sun and R&R is all you're looking for, this is a nice place.

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common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 7 helpful votes
Reviewed July 19, 2003

Our trip was a late honeymoon; "we've been married 4&1/2 yrs", and
decided to spend a little more and have a nice room with an ocean view
and a balcony and concierge service. I had done quite a bit of research
on the web reguarding Sandals and felt as if I got a good impression of
what to expect, so here's my review.
My wife and I definitely enjoyed our trip. The twentyfive to thirty something crowd is composed of mostly honeymooners, with about 3-4 weddings each day on the resort property. I had read about the dirty beaches and less than courtious staff and found quite the opposite. The beach is manicured daily and most of the staff is friendly and more than willing to go out of thier way to help with any request.
If I had to gripe about anything it would be the food. Don't expect true French quisine just because reservations are required and there is a dress code at the Baccarat.
The Japanese restaurant ran out of scallops even though the menu is set and everybody gets the same amount of each entre. The waitress never came back to refill our cocktails or to offer the dessert menu, we flagged her down each time.
One day we passed through the piano lounge and noticed plates of cheese and crackers placed on the bar and decided to return after going to our room to change our clothes to have a drink and sample the bar snacks.We were too late. The bartender told us everything was eaten and there was no more.
The last problem was at the Crystal Room. Our reservation was at 9 pm and we noticed throughout our meal that the dessert table was being depleated and not replenished. By the time we got to it, it was fairly barren. It was time to introduce myself to the food and drink manager who appologized and send a plate of chocolate dipped strawberries and a bottle of champaigne to our room; a kind enough gesture.
As far as Nassau, Bahamas, don't expect a tropical paridise. The island is quite unattractive, but the resort is a kind of nice haven with very nice grounds, activities and absolutely great beaches and water. The sweet tropical drinks flow freely but there are only a few top shelf liquors and beers.
6 days was enough to try everything the resort had to offer, including all the restaurants, pools, activities and time to go on a seperate tour and shop in downtown Nassau for some souveniers.
In conclusion, if you are looking for an all inclusive with no children running around I don't think you'll find a cleaner, better or more well run resort and spa.

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Property: Sandals Royal Bahamian Spa Resort & Offshore Island
Address: West Bay Street, Cable Beach, Nassau 13005, New Providence Island
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Location: Caribbean > Bahamas > New Providence Island > Nassau
Bar / Lounge Beach Business Center with Internet Access Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room Free Breakfast Free Parking Restaurant Room Service Shuttle Bus service Spa Suites Swimming Pool Wheelchair access Airport Transportation
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#1 On the Beach Hotel in Nassau
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Price Range (Based on Average Rates): $$$$
Hotel Class:5 star — Sandals Royal Bahamian Spa Resort & Offshore Island 5*
Number of rooms: 404
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
•New, extra comfortable, ultra luxurious Day Beds added poolside on Sandals Cay •Sandals Cay now has Zen Spa and Fire Pits.-----•Butler Service, 24-Hour Room Service, and Rolls Royce or Mercedes Transfers for select suite categories. •Over 10,000 sq. ft. of the Island’s most impressive Freshwater Pools•Sandals Cay – Nassau’s only resort with Private Offshore Island & Restaurant.•Ten Dining Options featuring an array of cuisine from French to Bahamian. •Minutes away from excellent duty free shopping in Downtown Nassau on Bay Street and world class gambling on Paradise Island.•Weekly Late night decadent Chocolate Buffet offering specialty coffee •Voted Sandals Resorts “World’s Leading All-Inclusive Company” 16 years in a row. •Voted Sandals Resorts “Caribbean’s Leading Hotel Brand” 18 years in a row. •Voted Sandals Royal Bahamian “Bahamas’ Leading Spa Resort”. ... more   less 
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