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In a country of 320 sunny days per year, we arrived on one of the other 45 ;-((… Unusually heavy rain, clouds and wind dampened our mood quite a bit for the first week in the Bahamas. Deciding where to stay was another issue; we tried three different places (a hotel close to the beach, a guesthouse in town and an apartment …
... the last Sean Connery film the film could not afford a real plane so it was a Hollywood prop made for the film, there is not much left of the plane it looks more like a jungle gym. This series of dives was great however the fish were nothing spectacular we saw a huge grouper and some crabs and trumpetfish, there were no exotics. The boat in the bond site was off limits except for the photographer as the bottom was all silt and the top of the deck is loaded with Lion ...
... if a sea food lovers paradise, features a small stretch of restaurants that offer all different local cuisines and other cuisines. The restaurant that stands out and my favorite was the "Twin Brothers", amazing sea food and great drinks too. The restaurants also has a small snack bar for some famous counch fritters or salads to go. The food is very reasonably prices when compared to the rest of the island.
The Fish Fry is located about 15 mins ...
... lose your balance.
Next we went to the gym, where I did 30 minutes on the cross-trainer to burn 288 calories. Showered, then we attended at 7 the Latitudes elite member cocktail reception at Spice H2O as we sailed into Nassau.
Mike and I ate dinner in the Manhattan Dining Room, then went on shore about 9:45. Our shared taxi to Paradise Island left at 10:18 and took six minutes at a cost of $4 per person. We were dropped off at the ...
... t have to swim. They were very happy swimming around and under us! Very cool, we were patting, touching them. Then last was the best, we got pushed on a bodyboard for about 50 meters by a dolphin!! We lied down on the bodyboard and they pushed our feet with their nose. Very very cool!!! Then we had some lunch and sat by the pool near our room for a couple of hours before Karina went for her 2 1/2 hour ...
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
Historical Traveler Reviews Orange Hill Beach Inn Nassau
Atending a wedding in Nassau we needed a quiet place for the weekend. After reading many reviews we settled on this hotel. It was perfect for us. We arrived on Friday evening, spent Saturday morning on the beach, enjoyed the wedding in the afternoon and evening, and spent Sunday on the beach. On Monday we came back to the cold!
browsing through hotels i have stayed, an good ole orange hill appeared! stayed here about 10 years ago,had a great holiday,on the beach,scuba diving,an generally relaxing.elderly friend of judys, called madie(if i remember rightly) had a big pink cadaliac,she told us she bought it of igulio onglasis,apparantly he had his house up for sale just up the road,she couldnt afford to buy the house so she bought the car instead!!!!its good to see that they still going strong.is rick still about?
Warm and friendly, this is the place
Low key wonderful Inn, Walk to the beach,pool out front door, drinks and food are on hand for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The pictures don't do it justice. We stayed there twice going and comming to Deadman's Cay. email me
My husband and I just celebrated our 25th anniversary with a week at Orange Hill Beach Inn. We had read so many great reviews of this place and we were not disappointed. We have been to Nassau several times, staying at Breezes and Sandals. This year we did not want to stay at an all-inclusive. We wanted to experience more of the island and explore new places. This trip, by far, exceeded our expectations!
We just returned from a weekend stay in July at the the Orange Hill Beach Inn, and the experience was thoroughly enjoyable.
If you're looking for a relaxing time-out from the rat race, this is the place! Judy and her staff graciously welcomed us and made us feel part of the Orange Hill family. We felt privileged and spoiled, but then, so did all other guests! Many of them were return guests. Singles, couples and families equally welcomed.
We visited Nassau the first week of Jan 04. We loved Orange Hill. It is laid back, friendly, quiet. Orange Hill's owners, Judy and Dennis Lowe, are welcoming you into their home. Other Orange Hill residents include an elderly dog and two cats who all have the run of the public spaces. We'd return to Orange Hill any time. Staying there felt like a complete vacation. Zero stress, zero crowds - lovely beach right across the street and we had an ocean view from our poolside (upstairs) room. Meals are available most days of the week and they're very good and reasonably priced by Nassau standards. Some units have kitchenettes so this is a way to cut certain meal expenses. Yes, it is out of the way, yet it is easy to get into Cable Beach or Nassau via the # 10 bus. Note: after 5pm, the buses are rare - just assume you'll take a taxi, although on two occasions, we got rides back with friendly local residents.
Fun on the Jitney buses
Orange Hill Beach Inn was clean, quiet and affordable. We enjoyed the fact you had to take a bus everywhere since it is 8 miles from Nassau.
We were not scuba diving or swimming so sightseeing and photography were our main objectives. The buses were effiecient, cheap and a source of delight as the drivers tooted at each other as a secret code for pulling in and out of the busy traffic. The Inn had a nice pool but it was too cool for swimming. The only disappointment was that we had expected it to have a restaurant and breakfast available, but the restaurant was seldom open and we only had breakfast there once. Also, food is expensive on New Providence Island until you find out where the locals eat and then the food is cheap and very delicious.
Nassau on a discount
Orange Hill Inn isn't the swankiest of spots on the isalnd, yet, if you are looking for a spot away from the Vegas style towers of Atlantis, this may your place. The rooms are getting a little shabby, but clean.
The property is a short walk up the hill from the beach. The Inn is run like a family motel. Cheap by Nassau standards.