TripAdvisor Reviews Grand Central Nassau
Travel Blogs from Nassau
... where the locals definitely fight for your dollar, it was a little overwhelming and very pushy so we escaped there quite quickly and made our way back to the ship. We had a relaxing afternoon by the pool and then watched a great Magic show that night. Day 4 Coco Cay - we caught a boat to the beautiful island. Unfortunately Annette was too sick and stayed on the cruise ship. Wow this is what I imagined the Bahamas to look like. White sands, Palm trees and ...
... prior to that we saw a big sea turtle. We set our selves on a mooring ball and took the dingy into the registration office. Docking on a mooring ball is a bit tricky it was sure nice to have Craig there to help me. Once at the registration office we paid our $20 for the mooring ball (what a great deal) The locals started chatting about the weather and the winds always the topic of conversation for boaters. After some conversation ...
... 360 degree views etc, we then walked down through the cricket ground to Fish Fry, which is an area of small restaurants selling things such as Conch Fritters and Chicken Wings. We found one with free wifi and ok prices and had a snack, then back to ship with a small stop at Junkanoo beach which again had some nice chilled bars. ...
... ok in the water, not yet excellent swimmers but I know they can swim fine with minimal supervision, but I still put vests on them for the slide. You do have to swim to the platform to do it.
We had saved some chairs after our race and by the time we got off the ship, they were miraculously still unoccupied. Thank you people for honoring those chairs, considering there were dirty socks/shirts holding them. We opt for a bucket of corona ...
... and a theatre! The only worry was that we were going on a cruise ship in hurricane season! When we set sail we realised that you could hardly feel the ship moving apart from in very rare circumstances, which was good to know. So we had a sunbathe on the top deck, before a quick gym session and then dinner. The dinner throughout the journey was lovely, and with 3 courses each time we stuffed our faces every evening. Then came the evening entertainment, ...
Other places to stay in Nassau
West Bay Street, Nassau | 3 star hotelfrom $169
- Stay somewhere else
- Reasonable and acceptable - not the Taj Mahal
- A great place for divers!
West Bay & Nassau st, Nassau | 2 star hotelfrom $104
East Bay Street, Nassau | 1 star hotelfrom $134
West Bay St, Nassau | 2 star hotelfrom $131
- The Perfect Spot For Us
- Perfect hideaway
- Warm and friendly, this is the place
West Bay Street, Nassau | 3 star hotelfrom $206
West Bay St., Nassau | Hotelfrom $49
40 George Street, Nassau | 1 star hotelfrom $77
West Bay St, Cale Beach, Nassau | 2 star hotelfrom $90
West Hill Street, Nassau | 4 star hotelfrom $295
- A touch of class in the wilderness
- Absolute paradise
Coral Harbour Road PO Box N-9750, Nassau | 2 star hotelfrom $127
West Bay Street, Nassau | 4 star hotelfrom $310
- Perfect babymoon
- Loved it! Perfect blend of relaxation, sophistication, and fun
- Great location, good service, funky resort
West Bay St, Nassau | 3 star hotelfrom $121
- El Ghetto, The worst Hotel ever
- Good choice for the money
- A Great Hotel on an Unfortunate Block
East Bay St., Nassau | 3 star hotelfrom $80
Village Road, Nassau | 2 star hotelfrom $69
West Bay Street, Nassau | Hotelfrom $112
Paradise Island Drive, Paradise Island, Nassau | Hotelfrom $352