The Nassau Junkanoo Resort as the property is now known is about 5 minutes walk from Downtown and right opposite Junkanoo beach which is a quiet little beach with a mixture of locals, guests and cruise ship passengers looking for the closest beach to the downtown port, which it is.
Nice location aside, the hotel has some problems, they have done a soft refurbishment on the property and the lobby and corridors are reasonably maintained, as is the exterior.
The rooms are sparse and decor is a little tired, but colourful, rooms have been painted, in a somewhat slap happy way. The TV blew up when I was there and my last night there was no power to half my room.
On check in you are asked to wear a wrist band that identifies you as a hotel guest, I assume it's part of their security measures?
The hotel is making an effort, however I feel they would be better off re-marketing the place as holiday apartments, which is closer to what the place is.
For those who don't mind roughing it, at $100 a night its good value for the Bahamas, although my advice would be to find the extra $60+ a night and stay near the stunning Cabbage beach on Paradise Is or on the over rated Cable beach.
- Also Known As:
- Quality Inn Junkanoo Beach Hotel Nassau
- Quality Inn Nassau
- Nassau Quality Inn
- Junkanoo Beach Resort Bahamas/Nassau