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Taino Beach Resort & Clubs
Milton, Canada
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“Taino is the place to be”
Reviewed April 7, 2014

Awesome resort with the friendliest staff! Had such an amazing time we have booked it again for next year. Cannot wait to go back. The Bahamas esp. Freeport is the safest and friendliest island. The people make the place for sure. Way to go Taino!!!

Room Tip: The Marlin top floor studio suited our needs.
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  • Stayed February 2014, traveled as a couple
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tainobeach, Guest Relations Manager at Taino Beach Resort & Clubs, responded to this review, April 17, 2014
Dear “Taino is the place to be”,
Thanks for the great posting on your (very) recent visit with us! It’s nice to read that you had a great time- and then took the time to post it on Tripadvisor!
We eagerly look forward for you and folks like you, to return! Come back SOON!
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Reviewed April 7, 2014

We travelled to the Tanio Beach resort this year with friends and had a fantastic time. The 2 bedroom unit we booked in the Marlin section had lots of room for 7 people. We could not check in until after 4 pm, but we were able to store our luggage at the welcome centre and still use all the facilities. Upon arrival they had complementary beverages with or without rum. The pool is gorgeous with a waterslide for all ages and lazy river with inner tubes to float around on. The pool also has a swim up bar inside a cave. The resort is right on a beautiful soft sandy beach. great for walks and shell collecting and swimming. There is a channel inlet at one end that is great for fishing off the rocks. You can snorkel around these rocks and see lots of fish. For the best snorkelling we took a trip out to Paradise cove. The cove had some of the best snorkelling we ever seen. I thought we had excellent service at the resort. Any time we needed an item from housekeeing, we were able to get it quickly. Our blender was broken and it was exchanged for a new one within the hour. We never ran out of things to do. They have a water ferry that runs every hour into Port Lucaya if you want to go in for a large selection of restuarants and stores, including duty free liquor and jewellery. We had a great time and look forward to going back.

Room Tip: The Marlin section is the newest part of the complex and I think it is the best section to book into...
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  • Stayed May 2013, traveled with family
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Atlanta, GA
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Reviewed April 6, 2014

Cannot review the rooms or other than spending 1/2 day there at the beach/pool and having lunch. The resort was beautifully located and the beach was pretty. The pool was nice with a somewhat functional lazy river and a swim under/bar grotto (accessible from the outside or the pool.) It also had a large slide which we had to request be opened. The staff upon entry off the tour bus was nice but otherwise - in the restaurant and otherwise was barely accommodating. The property itself appears to have been nicely planned and landscaped at one time but really could use an overhaul. And the lunch, was somewhat abysmal - a buffet of fried fish, rice and beans, ribs and a pasta salad. (No service to speak of and we had to ask for water.) We had my girls' hair braided right on the beach (again small and jet skis, banana boats, etc. were available but very highly priced) and had a nice enough time but I'd not go again.

  • Stayed April 2014, traveled with family
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Hamilton, NJ
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Reviewed March 26, 2014

We trade through RCI alot, and are pretty low maintenance as far as rooms, but eew. this was a disappointment.

We traded in via RCI into a 1 BR in Oceans. 3 days before leaving we realized it was a "loft" unit instead of a lockoff which is an efficiency and studio. Very disappointed that it was not clearer when we booked. When we arrived they gave us the option of upgrading to the marlin, but were told that the second bed is a pull out in the living room, we asked which room faced the pool and were told both. We stayed in the loft since it had a "real" bedroom. Later we found out that the 1 BR marlin is ALSO a real bedroom, we should have taken that. The room we ended up in was also not pool view as we were told which was a disappointment.

Rooms in the ocean buildings. 1. You climb a ladder to the bedroom, hope you don't have height or mobility issues. The bathroom walls downstairs are glass block so you can see through them. The doors in both bathrooms have a frosted glass panel in the door. If lights are on in the bathroom you can see right in. Beds are terrible. I slept on the sofa the last night because it was better than the mattress on the concrete. Basically get in the Marlin if you can, beds are real beds and walls/doors are solid, you can do your business without an audience.

Resort overall. The pool makes up for the crappy rooms. The water was cold, but not too cold to keep us from going in after the winter we've had in NJ. Grotto bar was nice and the lazy river was great. Hot tub needs some fixing, the step has a piece missing and I tore my toenail off on it. The pool area is why they're getting 3 stars.

Restaurant - Slow service, but the food was excellent. Highly recommend the filet mignon with peppercorn gravy. just fantastic!

Beach - It was really windy when we were there so we only got one beach day at the resort. Tons of seeweed washed in, but the beach is wide and clean otherwise. They bring boat people in for the day but they were not a nuisance overall.

On island, alcohol is expensive, a case of beer was over $50.00 food at restaurants is on par with home (7.00 for a burger, 20 for a good steak) Soda ($5 for a 6-pack), chips, etc. are high. It wouldnt save us money by eating in the room so we ate out most of the time.

Final results....we'll definitely come to the resort again, but we'll make sure we book the marlin rooms, and if they offer you an upgrade TAKE IT. The pool, beach,restaurant more than make up for the rooms, but be ready for hard beds.

Room Tip: Book in the Marlin or take the upgrade. Don't second guess yourself, the other rooms are BAD.
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  • Stayed March 2014, traveled with family
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tainobeach, Guest Relations Manager at Taino Beach Resort & Clubs, responded to this review, April 1, 2014
Dear “Awesome pool…”ehh” rooms”,
Thanks for taking time to write down and post your experience with us. Your concise comments and information will help us to make sure we get on top of all our challenges and get them sorted out. Your experiences were also written with lots of positive tips to help make someone else have a great experience. We thank you for that.
Hopefully we’ll see you again and we can have another “go” at making each aspect of your stay – wonderful!
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Houston, Texas
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Reviewed March 17, 2014

We visited this resort as part of a cruise excursion so I cannot speak to the accommodations only the grounds. The beach is beautiful, very peaceful and quiet! There were 150 of us that day and it did not seem crowded at all. Plenty of shade, chairs, etc. The pool was well maintained and much of it was only 2 ft deep, so excellent for little ones. There was also a pretty good slide and all the grounds appeared well maintained. The buffet from the restaurant was excellent, even my picky eater loved the ribs. The only negative was that outside the restaurant I saw no staff anywhere. Also, if you are staying here having 150 cruisers show up may be a deal breaker for you (although it was definitely not a party atmosphere, more family friendly).

  • Stayed March 2014, traveled with family
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Smithfield, Maine
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62 reviews
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Reviewed March 15, 2014

Recently returned from a week at this resort and can say we were very happy with our time here and the accommodations in the Ocean section. Based on the reviews we had read leading up to our departure we left on this vacation with some concerns but decided to treat it as an adventure. This is going to be a pretty long review and I will break it up into sections as I know that I had to look through multiple reviews to get the information I wanted. I have labeled the sections to make it easy to scroll down to what you want to read about.

This was our first time using RCI Points which worked fine but there is no way to guarantee where you will be in the building. We booked a Studio with a full kitchen and wanted to be on the 2nd or 3rd floor for more privacy. My wife called ahead of time and was told to call back within a week of our arrival and when she called they told her they would do their best to make that happen.

Arrival and Front Desk - We arrived earlier than the check-in time and had to wait about 10 minutes while the Front Desk Staff handled other customers. The staff was very friendly and helpful but there seems to be a lot more paperwork for this kind of stay then if you are just checking into a hotel. I can imagine that the closer it is to check-in the longer the wait will be so suggest arriving early. If you do arrive early they have a place to store your bags and there are changing rooms if you want to start taking advantage of the pool and beach. After check-in process we grabbed a complimentary Rum Punch and spent about 10 minutes at the Activities Desk and chose a couple of things we wanted to do and paid for them (you get a 10% discount at check-in) but did not have to schedule them at that time. We then went to get our luggage and by the time we were pulling them out of the trunk Valentine was there to put them on a cart and roll them to our room. There was absolutely no pressure at any time to attend any type of Condo presentation.

Accommodations - We ended up with a 2nd floor unit which was very clean and comfortable but does need some updating. The walls and cupboards are painted pinkish orange and have a texture that is supposed to look like coral. The floors and counter tops are a pink/white/grey granite tile and the fixtures are a dark green which is quite a jarring combination. The cabinets and drawers are showing their age as well. According to some people who did attend Condo presentations, the present owners of the units do not want to invest any major amounts in updating. The AC was working when we arrived and the room was cool but we ended up turning it off for most of the rest of the week until the last night when the humidity was higher. The rest of the week we simply opened the door to the balcony and let the breeze blow in and the ceiling fan keep us cool. When we were in the room during the day we propped open the entry door and this gave us a really nice flow through. The balcony had a bench seat (which the cushions from inside fit on) and a bench table. We noted that other balconies and patios had chairs on them but I think that is because past guests have "borrowed" them from around the pool or the gazebo. There is a soaking tub on every balcony and patio but none of them work and most are empty. Ours had water which meant that the maintenance staff had to dump bleach in it twice a week to make sure it did not become a mosquito breeding ground. The Ocean is away from the pool area and overlooks a garden setting with the ocean in the background. Loved sitting out in the evening and listening to the waves crash on the beach. Only complaint was that the light on the balcony cannot be turned off so I figured out a way to cover it up at night so it did not shine in and disturb us. One thing to be aware of is that the "lock-out" room is not sound insulated and if someone is staying in it you will hear them if they are loud talkers or use the blender to make their drinks.

Electronics - The TV in the room is a small old tube style and while there were plenty of channels to choose from the picture quality was not great but who wants to spend time watching TV when in paradise. There are no DVD players either. We did have an issue with the telephone ringing at odd times of the day and night (no one there when you answered it) so we simply unplugged it. We were able to connect to the internet by sitting out on the balcony as the Ocean is close to the Pool Gazebo which has a transmitter.

Bedroom - The comfortable queen size mattress was on a solid platform (might have been a murphy bed at one time) that is easily big enough for a king size mattress. This meant that you had to stretch your legs over the platform when getting in and out and we stubbed our toes more than once. The sheets and blankets were ok but the pillows were a little flat so we simply asked housekeeping for a couple more pillows and they gave them to us. Storage is to either side of the bed with a cabinet with rod and hangers just above the built in bedside table with a drawer built in it. The safe is in one cabinet and after a problem with operator error when going to set the combination (security came up and reset it) it worked fine.

Kitchen & Dining - The kitchen was well supplied with appliances, pots & pans, dishes, glasses and utensils. We had a full size refrigerator (looked brand new) that even had ice trays and a water pitcher in it. There was a flat surface, four element cooktop that looked original but worked well. A Microwave/Convection Oven (also looked new) was mounted above the cooktop but we never used it except for the night light built into it. The dishwasher also looked to be original but it worked fine when we used it at the end of the stay to wash what we had used. There was also a blender and an electric can opener. The cupboards are mounted very high and it would be difficult for anyone under 6' to reach some of the items stored in them. They did supply a small bottle of dish soap, some dishwasher soap and a roll of paper towel. The dining table was very large and could easily seat 6 - 8 people between the chairs and bench seating. We slid it up against the bench to provide us more room. There were two bar stools at the counter but they are way too tall and we simply used them to hang towels on.

Bathroom - This is a small but usable facility. A door and a curved glass block wall (that does not go all the way to the ceiling) separates the bathroom from the rest of the room. That glass block wall is also one side of the shower. While it was clean, it is showing its age. There was shampoo, toilet paper and soap provided along with room and pool towels. Housekeeping would gladly exchange towels and provide more toilet paper by simply walking to the service window.

Pool - Fabulous is the word to use. This free form pool is a great place to relax and we spent most morning here. Never had trouble finding loungers and never saw anyone out reserving them in the early morning. The water clean but is a bit cool. It is refreshing after sitting in the sun for a while. Wonder why they would not put up some solar panels to heat the water during the cooler times of the year as the sun is always out. The grotto bar seems like it would be a great place to sit and enjoy a drink in the pool if the water was a bit warmer and the little private grottos would be great if the jets were warm water. The lazy river is fun to float around and the current makes swimming one direction in the lap pool a pretty good workout. There are not enough tubes for floating the river and some people seem to think they belong to them and keep them at their chairs when not using them. The water slide was a lot of fun as well.

Beach - What a great beach. Not crowded and no vendors trying to sell you anything. Plenty of lounge chairs (there are some early risers that claim the ones near the palapas). The sand is so smooth and the water clear and clean. It is a great place to walk and at the west end there are some coral tide pools where you can see various living sea life. I even found a live sand dollar in one small pool. There was one day when a cruise was using the beach and it was a little more crowded but still fun.

Grounds - They have done a wonderful job of landscaping this property and making it feel very private. Wonderful walkways wind around through the flowering plants and coconut palms and it is easy to get turnaround as to where you are but they have great signage along the way. The pool gazebo is a nice place to sit and relax or play a game. Even felt very safe wandering around later in the evening. Make sure to go down to the beach for at least one sunrise.

Restaurant and Activities - The restaurant was good but I would not want to spend a whole week eating there as the menu is not extensive. We ate dinner there two times and the food was good and the service was casual (friendly but a bit slower) but hey you're on vacation. It is definitely not a place you have to get dressed up for. We attended one of the bonfires and the food was very good and the Bahama Mamas were all you wanted. The entertainment was fun but a little hokie and nothing happens around the bonfire itself. We took the ferry to the marketplace ($6 round trip) to have dinner one night. It leaves from the small hotel just down the road and is a nice ride through the marina area. The marketplace is full of shops and restaurants but when we were there the shops were all closed by 6pm so if you go over for dinner you better shop first and then eat. The casino is just across the street from the marketplace if you have the urge to throw some money away. We also took the glass bottom boat tour to the reef which was fun. We were the only ones on the boat so had no problem seeing everything. They had two evenings where there was an event in the Pool Gazebo where there was free Rum Punch offered and appetizers at one. There is also Rum Punch in the lobby on Thursday - Sunday afternoons. The little store at the hotel has a nice selection of food and souvenirs.

Getting Around & Other Stuff - We rented a car at the airport for the first three days of our stay. The resort is not really within walking distance of anything and this allowed us to go grocery shopping when we arrived on Sunday rather than waiting for the van on one of the other days. Food is expensive but we wanted to have breakfast and lunch in our room. The liquor/beer store is not open on Sunday and does not open until 10 am the rest of the week. Beer is expensive with the local brews at $43 per case (24 cans) and Budweiser at over $50. The car also allowed us to get out and see the island and eat at some other restaurants and bars. We spent one afternoon driving to the West End and got to see the industrial end of the island with a stop at one beach and at the Old Bahama Bay Resort at the end of the road. You can get in to use the bar and restaurant but none of the other facilities. The next day we drove to the East End (nothing there but the end of the road). The road out runs through very undeveloped areas which gives you a different impression of the island. We stopped at the Lucayan National Park and saw the caves and went out to Gold Rocks Beach. The walk is wonderful as you can do it as a loop going through the mangroves in one direction and over the waterways on bridges the other. The beach is breathtaking. Dinners out were a lot of fun and we found the Margarita Villa Sand Bar (the best beach bar ever) and Red Beards. You can find my reviews for these on Trip Advisor as well. Surprisingly the food in restaurants was not as expensive as I thought and the serving sizes were big enough. The taxi to/from the airport is $25 but if you have other riders in the van the price was $20 per group.

If you are expecting a 5 star report this is not it but if you are looking for a relaxing vacation in a quiet and comfortable place where the staff is very friendly then this is the place for you.

  • Stayed February 2014, traveled as a couple
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Valrico, Florida
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202 reviews
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Reviewed March 13, 2014

We are owners at Taino and have stayed here several times before. We love the island and so we keep coming back. The draw for this particular resort for us is the pool/beach, which would get a five rating by itself. The condition of the units and everything else warrants a two/three star.

There are two types of rooms at this resort. The back unit (efficiency) has no private balcony and the only window overlooks the parking lot. We really don’t care for this unit. If there is bad weather you don’t have a private space outside to hangout on. Also, the only natural light is the one window and if you open the curtain/blind then everyone walking by outside can see in. This unit has a large jetted tub inside (which we have never used in all our trips) that is really a waste of space. The front unit (studio) has a private balcony that overlooks the pool. These units are bigger. On the patio in the coral and ocean is a plunge pool, but this typically isn’t filled (another waste of space).

Pros:
• The beach is beautiful here. However, in previous trips we were always able to get a palapa and beach chairs very easily. This trip the beach was definitely busier. Several times during the week there were passengers from Carnival that came for the day. In addition, we learned that there is an agreement with some other hotels (in addition to the Flamingo across the street) where people can come use the facilities. Therefore, this trip you needed to get down to the beach fairly early in order to get a palapa. Mid-day at times it didn’t seem like there were hardly any open beach chairs. There is a new beach bar that was still under construction. We are curious what this will do to the beach atmosphere going forward. It looked like the beach bar was able to accommodate a lot of people. We always enjoyed going for quiet walks along the beach and it looks like this could change.

• The pool is great. There is a lazy river, shallow end, swim up bar, slide. Really a great pool. Pool at times also became very busy with Carnival and other hotel people.

• The staff overall seemed much happier and were more accommodating this trip. The women in housekeeping especially were very friendly and helpful. Most staff that we would pass would offer a hello or something. This is very different than our previous trip where most of the staff just seemed grumpy and unfriendly.

• The grounds overall are very nice and seem very well cared for.

• They do offer a grocery store run several times throughout the week, which is nice if you don’t have a car. They also offered several other activities on the schedule each day, but we didn’t really partake.

• They do have washer/dryers available for use. We did use them and they worked great.

• The restaurant onsite is very convenient and the food is good. I did a separate review for the restaurant.

Cons:
• Our unit is in the Coral section and is badly in need of some updating. They have made some attempts at doing some updates (new TV, new cushions, new showerhead in the shower), but overall the units are not in great shape. The kitchen and closet cabinets are almost no longer functional (I thought the door was going to break off when opening the kitchen cabinet, couldn’t open the closet door without it also opening the drawer underneath).

• The coffee maker and the blender were both broken when we arrived in the unit. Had to go to housekeeping to get replacements. The dishes are all mis-matched, only a set of 4 is available.

• They were consistently out of beach towels. In addition, housekeeping is typically only open from 8:30-4:30. Therefore, when you leave for nearly the whole day you are limited on when you can exchange towels, etc. I would say that ½ of the time we tried to exchange beach towels they didn’t have clean replacements available. We had the same problem on previous trips and I think this is just a ridiculous problem to have.

• The front desk can be less than accommodating, in particular one woman is pretty bad. We had one type of unit for one week and another type of unit the second week, requiring us to move. Our changing rooms really shouldn’t be that big of a deal, but it felt like quite the ordeal because of how it was handled and I felt like they were less than accommodating. We have noticed it on previous trips as well that they just seem very rigid in how they handle things. It is unlike anything we have experienced at other resorts we have traveled to. At times I think they forget that we are their guests.

Room Tip: Get a studio room rather than the efficiency
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  • Stayed March 2014, traveled as a couple
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Property: Taino Beach Resort & Clubs
Address: Jolly Roger Drive | P.O. Box F-43819, Freeport 42452, Grand Bahama Island
Location: Caribbean > Bahamas > Grand Bahama Island > Freeport
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Beach Business Center with Internet Access Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room Free Parking Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly) Kitchenette Restaurant Suites Swimming Pool
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Ranked #1 of 12 Specialty Lodging in Freeport
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): $$
Hotel Class:3.5 star — Taino Beach Resort & Clubs 3.5*
Number of rooms: 157
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Our exclusive Taino Beach Resort & Club offers owners all the comforts of home, but far, far away from any worries of home. With full kitchens, master bedrooms, and spacious patios, the whole family can enjoy their vacation. Views of the beach and pool. Ferry service to Port Lucaya. ... more   less 
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