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The hotel is amazing, indeed we are returning next year.
* spacious accommodation to a very high standard
* friendly, helpful staff
* excellent water sports available
* quiet swimming pools
* small resort but everyone is friendly
* superb food- menu is changed...More
Room, food, staff, private beach, sailing and the 'All Inclusive Deal' excellent: For a 4* hotel (BA Holidays rating) it was great and easy to award a 5* TripAdvisor rating : we will return in 2018. The only negative was the seaweed in the sea...More
This was our second family holiday at the Nonsuch Bay Resort, and frankly, I'm torn about writing a raving review because this place is a best-kept-secret. But write it I must. We are a family of 6, and the staff, yet again, have proven to...More
We have just returned from 10 nights at Nonsuch Bay. Staying on an all inclusive basis we were met at the airport and transferred to the resort ( about at 40 Min journey)
From the moment we arrived we were treated like royalty and nothing...More
We have just returned from a fortnight at Nonsuch Bay. We found the hotel welcoming, personal and everything we wanted it to be....and more. We stayed in a 3 bedroom suite which was very spacious and met the needs of a family of 5 perfectly....More
Response from Malcolm D | Reviewed this property |
Deluxe suites for 2 are awesome! Short walk up steep incline but not a problem. US Dollars is dominant currency for taxi fares / tips / at airport although East Caribbean Dollar is official currency. If you're on all... More
Deluxe suites for 2 are awesome! Short walk up steep incline but not a problem. US Dollars is dominant currency for taxi fares / tips / at airport although East Caribbean Dollar is official currency. If you're on all inclusive and don't intend going out of resort then you won't need much money.
Response from DrunkenMelon | Reviewed this property |
I wouldn't hesitate. It's not the largest resort and as such there's just one restaurant and bar. The restaurant serves buffet breakfast and lunch both with a good selection of western and carribean dishes. Dinner is al a... More
I wouldn't hesitate. It's not the largest resort and as such there's just one restaurant and bar. The restaurant serves buffet breakfast and lunch both with a good selection of western and carribean dishes. Dinner is al a carte 6 nights a week and a Caribbean buffet 1 night which is fantastic. The al a carte menu is changed every 2 days with a selection of 4 items per course. Drinks selection, there was a menu of about 10 cocktails, but you can have spirits/ mixer and I guess if you knew a cocktail recipe they'd make it for you no charge. There's a decent selection of wines I think 2 types or white, red (Not sure how many types), rose and sparkling. Tried a sauvigion blanc which was great.
The only additional charge we had was some items we purchased from the shop beyond that every drink meal and activity was covered. Although to note there is 40 knots that provides scuba diving which isn't included but this is a separate hut to the resort's water sports and made very clear.
All in all yeah this is a proper AI but in the end I was more impressed with the friendly and helpful nature of all the staff. By the end you'll feel like family.
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"Suites in the 2nd row back from the beach seemed to be great. We had suite 312, which had a great view and..."