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I have to agree mith most. If you are greater than the age of death, then this resort might be for you. Don't expect anything nice. If you are looking for a getaway, stay at then local mission or something else other than this. We...More
First of all, Grand Bahama Island is pretty cool and definitely worth the visit. The locals are friendly, the beaches and scenery are incredible and the weather is pretty hard to beat. For all these reasons, I am very glad I went and enjoyed overall...More
We stayed at the Freeport Resort the week between Christmas and New Years. The resort is located in a very depressed area. Most of the neighboring resorts (including a casino) were closed and boarded up. They had not been repaired since the 2004 huricanes. The...More
On the drive from the airport to the Freeport Resort and Club, you observe that this section of the Bahama Islands appears to be a bit depressed, i.e. you see a lot of half-completed buildings, developments and homes. Some formerly open hotels/resorts are shuttered. The...More
The beach has loungers available at the restaurant for $2 but I don"t remember seeing umbrellas. Since we ate at the restaurant (Tony Macaroni's) we weren't charged for the loungers. The resort had extra towels in the closet... More
The beach has loungers available at the restaurant for $2 but I don"t remember seeing umbrellas. Since we ate at the restaurant (Tony Macaroni's) we weren't charged for the loungers. The resort had extra towels in the closet and probably would have provided more if asked. Farther up the beach there are other places to eat and rent loungers and maybe umbrellas. When we were there, umbrellas were not needed. I strongly recommend eating at Tony Macaroni's. Order the roasted conch and a pina colada. You won't be disappointed.