Stella Maris Resort Club

Stella Maris Resort Club

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Stella Maris Resort Club,is off the beaten path. On a tranquil island, where nature abounds, where the ocean and beaches are at their best, with an unhurried pace of life and with islanders, much known for their old-fashioned hospitality and friendliness.We are an intimate out island style resort, offering a wide range of tropical accommodations, from panoramic ocean view rooms to appealing four bedroom water front villas. Food is great, as is casual evening fun. Many activities are free of charge. We can even fly you here from your international Bahamas airport hub. It's a place for anyone who seeks to get away from every-day's stress, who loves nature, who loves being at and in the water. From singles to couples, from families to small groups. And there is no better place for a romantic island wedding, barefoot or elegant, or for celebrating your anniversary!
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vacationmama245 wrote a review Jan 2020
Cotuit, Massachusetts
+1
4.0 of 5 bubbles
We stayed at Rainbow House and enjoyed our stay despite challenging weather. The house was beautiful and comfortable. We had a water cooler for drinking water and the beds were comfortable. The resort is located on the rocky Atlantic side of the island and is very natural with beautiful palm trees. The staff were overall friendly, especially Queen, Domenic and Stephanie. Although we did not meet Jill during our visit, she was friendly and helpful when we spoke over the phone. The Moonshine Bar was buggy when we first arrived but the wind picked up and the noseeums were gone for the rest of the week. We enjoyed our Mahi sandwiches and Goombay Smash drinks there. That first day we learned that baby oil is a must for noseeums. Although drivers are available to take guests to different beaches, we chose to rent a car for the week and we are glad that we did. The happiest guests that we met during our stay at Stella Maris had rental cars to go exploring during the day. Our group spent days at Cape Santa Maria beach, Dean’s Blue Hole and a day trip down south with Long Island boat rentals. My husband and son went fly fishing with Docky Smith, arranged through Stella Maris and loved it. The weather was not perfect, but we had plenty of fun. In fact, if you are looking for perfect, the Out Islands are probably not for you.
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Date of stay: January 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
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Mandy M wrote a review Jul 2023
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Our first time in the Bahamas and we wanted a place that was not crowded and noisy, and to be able to relax. Stella Maris is very quiet and relaxing for sure. It was not busy at all, I believe because the summer is off season? We stayed at Flamingo House, which was the perfect location as the pathway from the back of the house led to the natural pool cut into the rocks, and to the right was the Moonshine Bar and Grill on the beach, 30 seconds away. At night we lounged in the two lounge chairs overlooking the natural pool and saw so many stars in the clear sky. The beach is not "swimmable" as it has a lot of rocks but you can certainly splash around still and it is beautiful. The house itself is nice, though some quirky things such as the coffee pot, and the sliding door to the deck was very hard to open and close. The bathroom was really hot so we spent little time in there! The views were amazing from the back of the house! Just so beautiful. Highly recommend hiring a car in order to explore the island. Dean's Blue Hole is a must. Cape Santa Maria Beach is nice to visit also. Shout out to Jill at the resort. Always nice to talk to and so very helpful with questions and advice. We were there during the Independence Day holiday weekend and tried to buy a loaf of bread but the local store had already run out. Jill offered to bake us a loaf of bread, which she did! The food at the resort restaurant was mostly nice. My only suggestion would be to have more vegan food options (though I was happy to see oat milk as an option for tea/coffee) and the service could be a little faster. However that seems to be a Bahamas thing... no hurry! All in all a great resort and would love to return some day.
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Date of stay: July 2023
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled with family
Room Tip: Be aware that as food is imported on this island, it is expensive, even if buying from local...
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Gilly123W wrote a review Jan 2022
Royal Tunbridge Wells, United Kingdom
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We stayed from 23rd Dec 2021 to 3rd Jan 2022. We had the most wonderful holiday there. We stayed in Se La Vie Cottage villa. It was perfect for our needs with a beautiful view of the Atlantic.
The hotel were so helpful, so friendly, really lovely. Gill there sorted everything we needed from a hire car, amazing breakfasts, bone fishing, reef fishing, diving, snorkelling.
The rooms were lovely and cleaned daily. The beach is very cool and also the Nature Pool is awesome.
If you like relaxed living in and friendly people, while relaxing in paradise, then this is the place for you!
We will be back soon!
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Date of stay: December 2021
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
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GoPlaces695912 wrote a review Feb 2020
3.0 of 5 bubbles
The staff was very helpful and courteous, and our accommodations were very nice. Our bungalow was spacious and clean, and close to the restaurant and bar. The food was good, but not exceptional, and quite pricey compared to other restaurants we tried. A free shuttle provided transportation to some beautiful beaches, and we rented a vehicle to explore Dean's Blue Hole and the southern portion of the island. We felt there was a conflict of interest regarding bonefishing. Jill Smith, the manager of the resort, was very helpful to us, but she recommends her husband, Docky Smith at Bonafide Bonefishing, as the best guide. We booked two days with him, and found him to be unpleasantly arrogant and self-centered. Thinking perhaps he was just having a bad day, we gave him the benefit of the doubt and went with him on the second day. We regret that, as the personality conflict was enough to ask him to take us back early. He may have the knowledge, but not the skills to communicate with his clients in a way to make the day fun and enjoyable, which it should be when you're paying over $500 a day for a good guide. So BEWARE when booking a guide, there are several other qualified guides on the island to choose from. We spoke with other fishermen that had a similar experience with him.
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Date of stay: February 2020
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martygood wrote a review Feb 2020
San Diego, California
5.0 of 5 bubbles
What a wonderful place. This is such a nice getaway from the hustle and bustle in the US. No TV, No Locks - just nice friendly service and nice views and great food at the restsraunt. Everyone is so friendly and helpful.

I’d you’re a pilot - the airport is 5 min. Away and easy in and out.
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Date of stay: February 2020
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Lisa M wrote a review Jan 2024
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
If you're traveling to the Bahamas the Stella Maris Resort Club on Long Island should be your travel destination. The grounds were breath-taking, room was quiet with excellent views, food was delicious, but the best thing about this resort is the staff. Jill, DD, Joel, Jamie, Chanel, Kate, Noel, Anja, Amanda, and every single person there made our first visit there and certainly not our last, one of the best we've ever had. They even have an air service with the one and only Captain Joel to get you to and from Nassau airport safely and comfy. Thank you so much everyone! We highly recommend Stella Maris Resort Club,
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Date of stay: December 2023
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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swpratt wrote a review Aug 2022
London, United Kingdom
4.0 of 5 bubbles
We were disappointed to learn that our favourite bar haunt with pool table was not open for food anymore- covid and staffing? It used to make the best club sandwiches ever. However we tried the restaurant for dinner and it was great- great food and outstanding service. We don't stay in the hotel but if my wife comes again she wants to stay here rather than the more luxurious establishment to the north. Walking round the grounds and along the stunning atlantic frontage is memorable.
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Date of stay: June 2022
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
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FXDB615 wrote a review Nov 2022
Nashville, Tennessee
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Came down with family and kids and this place is amazing. Stayed in Dolphin house which was perfect for the entire family!! Food was excellent, staff was excellent, and service was top notch! special shout out to Joel, Jill, Monica, and Rashad (hope I spelled that right) you all made this family vacation amazing and so did the rest of the staff. Side note..... i read some other reviews about the no see-ums, just use bug spray you will be fine!!!
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Date of stay: November 2022
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
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April S wrote a review Jan 2024
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Excellent location on Long Island. Beautiful grounds with friendly staff. The natural pool is a great site to see. Our dinner was excellent. Fresh food. Recommend the grouper and the bread rolls. Cute little gift shop. Lots of activities to chose from is you stay on site.
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Date of stay: January 2024Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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rjb89 wrote a review Feb 2003
Asheville, NC
5.0 of 5 bubbles
My wife and I wanted to spend a January week somewhere warm and peaceful, but with potential for some adventure. We wanted to be far from cruise ships, 737's, and the resulting masses, which in our view have ruined many island and coastal cultures across the Caribbean. Stella Maris looked like the perfect place: we could reach it in less than a day's travel from the U.S., it would be warm in January, and the island looked beautiful, yet untouched by mass tourism. We booked a weeklong trip for mid-January with three weeks' notice.

The trip, booked using Qixo to find the best travel deals, was via USAir's Charlotte hub to Nassau, where we took a two-minute taxi to the general aviation hangar. Joel, the genial pilot for Stella Maris Air Service, the resort’s “airline”, met us there. We boarded Joel's twin-engine, seven-passenger Navajo and soon left the multi-story glitz and crowds of Nassau/Paradise Island in the shimmering horizon. Fifty minutes later we landed at the Stella Maris airstrip, a 10,000-foot, paved runway, and took a waiting taxi to Stella Maris Resort Club, three minutes away.

It's always interesting to compare actual destinations with website and brochure descriptions. Everyone expects vacation resorts show off their most attractive features in brochures and on the web. Photographs mix the resort’s best features with flowers, baskets of fruit, and bikini-clad beauties. Shortcomings are concealed, naturally enough. And the descriptive prose works toward the same end. A few resorts go to shameless and unconscionable lengths in these efforts, though, which is why we held our breath as we stepped out of the taxi.

Stella Maris took no unfair, overly poetic license. It is pretty much as described: beautifully situated on a hillside overlooking the Atlantic coast of this narrow island. The main building includes a front desk, a beautiful dining room, and a comfortable bar. The hotel section, fifteen yards away, houses a dozen or so rooms (upper levels appear to have gorgeous views). The grounds are thoughtfully planted and mostly covered with grass (no easy feat in the arid Bahamas). Our "bungalow" was a two-room suite (bedroom, living room, and small private shower/bath), one of five grouped around a swimming pool.

The full picture of Stella Maris unfolded over the coming days, again with no major, hidden problems. First and foremost, Stella Maris is squeaky, spotlessly, Teutonically clean throughout. From the room to the pools to the dining room, everything was scrubbed and polished. Peter, the general manager, and his staff deserve major credit for this, especially in a forty-year-old resort on the rural end of a Bahamian out-out-island. The staff were always polite and almost always friendly--the only exception was one bartender, a professed teetotaler with a somewhat sour mood which seemed to curdle further with every rum punch and Kalik beer she served.

In one important arena, Stella Maris hugely undersells itself. It is a marvelous base for adventure. The resort offers twice-daily trips to a number of area beaches, as well as snorkeling trips and twice-weekly boat cruises all free. Snorkeling gear is good quality and free. Use of small sailboats (no longer available at any price in the U.S., thanks to the plaintiffs' lawyers) is free. Ocean-going kayaks are there for the asking, free. Bicycles are free. Equally important is that the management wants you to do all this stuff, and are not rigid in the least about the details. Peter stopped by the breakfast table every morning to encourage us to get out there and enjoy. Want to snorkel off a deserted beach? Absolutely, we’ll pick a reef suited to your abilities, and you'll be the only ones there. Want to leave late? Fine. Want to take an all-day kayak trip rather than a half-day? No problem, we'll pack you a lunch. Want to paddle the kayak outside the protected areas into the swells of the Atlantic beyond the Columbus monument, strap on some snorkeling gear, and gawk at the open-sea reef life? Sure, just demonstrate that you know what you're doing, sign the one-page release, and tell us when to pick you up.

All this was even more incredible given that the resort was nearly deserted (still post-9/11, war now brewing in Iraq, Americans for some reason thinking they're safer in New York and D.C. than in the Bahamas). For two days we were the only guests--so the twice-weekly boat ride became an unbegrudged, complimentary cruise for two. We lounged in the glass-bottomed boat, made a few snorkeling stops, and enjoyed our native captain who had all day to spend on the ocean. Considering the resort staff in attendance every day, Stella Maris was certainly not making money the week we were there. Nonetheless, not a single adventure activity and only a few events—parties and the like—were curtailed. Steady traffic of nearby vacation homeowners as well as natives (as the locals call themselves) kept the bar and restaurant from seeming like a ghost town.

Long Island was even more impressive than the resort. Peter arranged rental and delivery (at a premium, I'm sure) of a small Toyota with left-side-drive and working seat belts (a rarity in some other Caribbean locales), and we drove south on the newly paved "Queen's Road". The island measures 90 miles by up to four in width, and with one exception, is consistently beautiful (why is it a Caribbean constant that when your car dies, you just park it at the edge of your yard and let the jungle grow up through the floorboards?). Though road signs were erratic, Peter's expert breakfast guidance and map kept us on track. "Settlements" (small villages) are evenly spaced down Long Island, and fishing and farming jobs clearly outnumber tourist employment. As far as we could tell, Long Island's 7000 residents live a comfortable existence. Signs of outright poverty were absent, and no one on the island would think of panhandling. Housing is clearly basic. Electricity and telephone service arrived less than a decade ago, and we got the idea that everyone was doing just fine before then, thank you very much.

The natives were really what set Long Island apart from everywhere else we've been in the Caribbean, and made the whole week so special. On Long Island, everyone waves when you drive by. It's not uncommon to be invited into someone's home, a treat not to be declined. Natives, expats, and tourists mix seamlessly, at the store, in restaurants, everywhere. We made reservations at a native restaurant (The Blue Chip), and were transiently unnerved by the young men hanging around the shadows at the front entrance. "Good evening, sir", these tough-appearing youths chorused in clipped, British accents as we walked by. Everyone at the bar greeted us as we walked in. Dinner was phenomenal: broiled grouper, Caribbean lobster, pigeon peas and rice, all washed down with a special bottle of wine we'd brought from the U.S. There's no hierarchy on Long Island; the island is fully egalitarian, as we learned when taking a taxi to visit new friends we'd met on the plane at their elegant house on an otherwise-deserted beach. Our host greeted us, then ran down the driveway to invite our taxi driver back in for a drink!

After opportunities for adventure and the natives' friendliness, the island's beauty deserves a bit more mention. It's gorgeous. Impossible shades of blue and green are everywhere. For a week we never encountered anyone else on any beach (this in January!). On the north end, the area surrounding the Columbus monument is spectacular. Please, though, if you climb the steep hill to the cliffside monument, be careful. One slip on the rocky, unstable limestone and you'll be crab food on the rocks two hundred feet below. (As in the rest of the third world, along with the absence of plaintiffs' lawyers comes an unspoken expectation that fools who get hurt will have only themselves to blame, and will have very little mention in the local press as well.) Cape Santa Maria beach on the North side is the single most beautiful beach I have ever seen. On the South end, the settlement of Clarence Town is perfect, with picturesque hills spilling into a protected, multi-blue harbor. The Blue Hole is not to be missed, nor is Max’s Conch Bar mid-island.

Back to Stella Maris and the few negatives. Our bathroom was claustrophobic (the commode sat six inches across from the countertop). The resort is clean as noted, but shows its age here and there. Neither the single rooms nor the bungalow rooms are on the beach. "Steps away" and "a stone's throw" (how often have you seen these terms in resort brochures and websites?) means that the small Atlantic-side beach with rough surf is a hundred yards downhill. The calmer Caribbean-side beaches were four or more miles away. Sand flies dined on us at sunset and sunrise a few times when the wind was slack, but this is of course a Caribbean-wide pain and the price you pay for visiting the tropics. Shower and sink water was "treated", not exactly seawater but far too salty to drink; reasonably fresh-tasting water had to be carried in our pitcher from the main building fifty yards away. Of course, if one wants crystal-clear, U.S.-style water in one's shower, Nassau/Paradise Island is always available.

The resort's restaurant food was passable but expensive, excelling only with fresh fish, Caribbean lobster, and conch (as with everywhere in the islands, most everything else arrives frozen or barge-weary from the U.S.). Continental breakfasts were more than adequate but cost $8.50 per person plus service charge, a price which I learned only on checkout and which contributed to the momentary pain I felt on settling the final bill. I know we didn't eat $150 worth of corn flakes and grapefruit halves, and our food bill overall was alarmingly high, but I suppose it subsidized some of our "free"activities, so fair enough. We did get the idea that management vastly preferred that we eat at the restaurant (entrees were about $22 - 26, appetizers & dessert extra, bar drinks or wine $4.50, corkage for our own wine, $10) rather than at the local joints down the road (dinner for three, heaping platters of grouper, lobster, and conch, $30!).

Stella Maris and Long Island provided an unforgettable week, with a perfect mix of relaxation and adventure. The resort management and staff were attentive and helpful, and the islanders were the friendliest collection of people we've met in years of travel. The island is beautiful, and there are signs it'll stay that way: there's no deep harbor, so no cruise ships will come to call, and no runway long enough for a passenger jet. It's the real Caribbean. You can have Nassau, San Juan, Grand Cayman, and all the casinos in the Caribbean. We'll take a kayak trip from a deserted, four-mile-long beach through a turquoise lagoon, deep blue sea, and green mangrove channels. We know we'll be met at the other end by the friendliest guy in the Caribbean.
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Erin V asked a question Jul 2020
Aurora, Canada7 contributions
Are any of the pools heated? Is there a hot tub? Thanks
Answer from JillSmith2015
Long Island
The airport is SML - Stella Maris International - thanks.
Answer from stellamarisres0rt
Bahamas4 contributions
Hi Shelley, We have our own resort air service that flies from Nassau to Stella Maris, Long Island. Our current seat rate is @ $160,-- per person/per way (this is subject to change in accordance to fuel prices)...plus 5% credit card fee + 7.5% VAT on the CC fee (if you are not staying with us)...plus 7.5% VAT on the flights. Please Note: VAT is not added to domestic flights provided that flight is in direct connection with international air travel within 48 hours. 7.5% VAT is added to all other domestic flights. In order to avoid being charged 7.5% VAT if you do have a 48hr international connection we kindly ask that you send us your international flight itineraries. Our price changes to $167,-- per person/per way in December (this is subject to change in accordance to fuel prices).
Answer from 3712
San Diego, California8 contributions12 helpful votes
Sorry for the delay. The house is private, more so than Flamingo or Dolphin. The pool is incredible. The three bedrooms are very separate, good for three couples/families. There's no private beach in 100 yards. There is a beach off the Moonshine bar, a 5 minute walk. You can snorkel off the back of Rainbow in calm high tide conditions, about once a week. We rent a car. The resort will drive you anywhere, but you lose flexibility. The car allows you to go Cape SM or other beaches whenever you want plus you can hit the local grocery. I've never seen a golf cart. Beds were good.
Answer from Ryan Pinder
New Providence Island4 contributions1 helpful vote
Yes you can buy that option
Mandy M wrote a tip Jul 2023
2 contributions1 helpful vote
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"Be aware that as food is imported on this island, it is expensive, even if buying from local stores. Budget accordingly. "
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Luv2Travel_19438 wrote a tip Jul 2021
Harleysville, Pennsylvania206 contributions175 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Sea La Vie offers good value with 2 bedrooms, proximity to the resort, and beautiful ocean views"
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Luv2Travel_19438 wrote a tip Sept 2020
Harleysville, Pennsylvania206 contributions175 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"Only 1 of 3 bedrooms are connected to main living area; must go outside to access other 2"
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jasonkunicky wrote a tip Jun 2018
Wilmington, Delaware5 contributions7 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Do a scavenger hunt,recommend finding Max,Kenny,Robert,Smacky,Locksley,Pinkie,Dean.If you do it means you had a unique & amazing time!"
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bananabonita wrote a tip Apr 2018
Monroe, Ohio24 contributions8 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"high on hill=loud wind. Spectacular view. lower, closer to ocean. everything has a VAT tax, and service tax. (20%)"
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PRICE RANGE
RM 1,151 - RM 1,268 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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LOCATION
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NUMBER OF ROOMS
27
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Frequently Asked Questions about Stella Maris Resort Club
Which popular attractions are close to Stella Maris Resort Club?
Nearby attractions include Erna's Nature Pool (0.2 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Stella Maris Resort Club?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include a pool, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
Which room amenities are available at Stella Maris Resort Club?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, air conditioning, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at Stella Maris Resort Club?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and a poolside bar during their stay.
Is parking available at Stella Maris Resort Club?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Stella Maris Resort Club?
Conveniently located restaurants include Moonshine Bar and Grill, Eagles Nesting Restaurant and Lounge, and Pratt's Restaurant.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Stella Maris Resort Club?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Does Stella Maris Resort Club have airport transportation?
Yes, Stella Maris Resort Club offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Are pets allowed at Stella Maris Resort Club?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Does Stella Maris Resort Club offer any business services?
Yes, guests have access to a business centre and meeting rooms during their stay.
Are there any historical sites close to Stella Maris Resort Club?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Columbus Point (12.4 km).
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