Paradise Island Harbour Resort All Inclusive

Address: Harbour Drive, Paradise Island, New Providence Island, Bahamas | 3 star resort
 
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This 3 star resort, located on Harbour Drive, Paradise Island, is near Casino at Atlantis Resort, Versailles Gardens and French Cloister, Ocean Club Golf Course, and Stingray Adventure.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Paradise Island Harbour Resort All Inclusive

      Excellent deal!

      from

      After just returning from 4 nights at the Holiday Inn Sunspree on Paradise Island, my boyfriend and I are ready to go back! From the moment we arrived we were presently surprised with the great service and amenities offered from not your typical Holiday Inn. Some of the highlights included the rooms with terraces overlooking the pool and harbor, poolside bar with make-your-own frozen drinks and excellent bar food, and shaded tennis courts with free equipment to play whenever you want. The pool area was nicer and bigger than we expected with plenty of different areas to lounge either by the pool, in the sand, or in a hammock. While the buffett style food wasn't great, there were enough good choices to not get sick of of it...we'd recommend the cinnamon rolls and made-to-order omelets at breakfast! Compared to the other more expensive and not-inclusive choices on Paradise Island, Holiday Inn Sunspree was a steal.

      It's Not What You Think

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      My 2 girlfriends and I went to the Holiday Inn Sunspree for 4 days February 6th. We chose that hotel because the beach looked beautiful and we all love all inclusive vacations. First of all, it's not really on the beach, but more of a polluted harbour where boats pass through. The water is still, looks and feels dirty, and you can't really swim in it. So, it's a nice view to look at, but we really felt cheated out of a beach. Second, although it's all inclusive, you don't get that 'catered' to feeling that you get in all other all inclusive hotels I've been to. There were no activities (except for Karioke), no club, no toys! The restaurant staff was on the surly side, although everyone at the front desk was very nice, especially the manager, Clinton. Housekeeping was also good, they brought us candy bars every night. There was a tour operator in the lobby. You couldn't walk past them without getting harassed to take one! In short, the management tries hard, but this is not a very classy place, the food is lousy, the beach sucks-next time I need a little sunshine it'll be Florida, Cuba or the Dominican. Once was enough in the Bahamas!

      Fantastic!!!

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      I was a bit nervous after reading some of the horrible reveiws of this place online- but I encountered none of the problems described. My friend and I satyed for a long weekend in early May and it was FANTASTIC!!! The motto at the hotel is -we'll do anything to make you happy and they did! The drinks were strong and awesome and the food was not half as scary as the reviews online would have you believe. Breakfast was by far the best and dinners were themed, but there is always Wahoo's grill by the pool with standbys like cheese burgers and steaks, hotdogs and salads. I read that the floors in the room were tiled and dirty. Tiled- true. Dirty? No- rugs are usually dirtier than tile anyway! The staff was more than accommadating- we waited for nothing! The "beach" is actually habor water- kinda gross, but the beautiful Cabbage Beach is only a 10 minute walk. Excellent entertainment- the local limbo guy "Action" even took us out to Senior Frogs after his show at the hotel! All in all we had a great time and would definately stay here again. we paid $725 for 3 nights all inclusive with airfare from Philly. Its not a 5 star luxury hotel, but it was Worth every penny. A great deal.

      Best Holiday Inn ever!

      from

      We enjoyed the private beach, great location for our children who loved the lagoon and boardwalk. The kids like the paddle boat and kyak. Much Safer than the beach by the Sheraton we checked. A real family place. We liked the limbo fire show and meeting "Action". What a hoot he was. Good job at the bar, self-service daquiris is a smart way to go. The price was right, almost $100 per night less than other nearby hotels. We hope to come back next year and appreciated the upgraded waterfront room from Sabrina at the desk!!

      Great if you have children!

      from

      We stayed at the HI Sunspree Thanksgiving Week 2002. What a great value for the all-inclusive package when you have children. My 10 and 4 year old had a wonderful time. The staff is really nice and the pool area is wonderful! They had a small childrens club and every day they had poolside activities. They also had a lounge that was open in the evening with music and entertainment which was a lot of fun. The food was ok, nothing spectacular, but there was always someplace to get a snack and drink, and the poolbar grill had some good lunch choices. The rooms were very nice, but make sure to snag a pool view room with a balcony and if you are very lucky you can get a corner balcony room, which our traveling companions had right next to us (we had adjoining rooms), with a beautiful view. The HI Sunspree is only a short walk to the market place, the Atlantis, the Ferry Dock , the Cloisters and the public access beach. The HI Sunspree had a beach, which was perfect for little children, as it had a barrier wall made of rocks which gave only the gentlest of tiny waves. You could sit a toddler in the water! There was a lovely pier where you could walk out and feed the fish or, if you could snag one of the chaise lounges, you could sit and sunbathe or read a book. They also had a dive shop, which our husbands took advantage of and we used the Tour Desk to book a full day all-inclusive excursion to Blue Lagoon Island which was FANTASTIC! All in all, if you are budget minded with children and you can appreciate the fact that this is Holiday Inn and not the Atlantis, you will have a wonderful time on Paradise Island!

      Good deal for nassau

      from

      Overall not a bad place...

      The room was nice, quiet and clean. The bed was very comfortable and decent view of nassau harbor without paying for the "ocean view"

      The pool was fairly large and the staff was very professional and nice.

      When tired out for the day, the tv has a wide selection of channels.

      The food in the all inclusive package had a nice variety and was ok...not great...but it is a buffet style so you can only expect so much. By far the breakfast was the best.

      The best beach on all the island is certainly cabbage beach which only took about 5 mins to walk to. White sands, but there was a bit of an undertoe so be leary especially if you have children.

      Really, this was the ideal area to be on all of Nassau and a real value for the money.

      That leads me to say, if you really want the Bahamas experience then go, but ofcourse your money will tend to go much further in Mexico or even Puerto Rico. Overall, a nice trip and nice hotel, but you can find better outside the Bahamas. It is certainly not Thailand or anywhere else, but it was a nice break from the cold weather. Certainly stay at the Holiday Inn Resort if you want all inclusive......might be better elsewhere on the island, but we really enjoyed the nice service and nice staff.

      Oh, and when leaving ... get to the airport early....early.... the us customs line is extremely long and ofcourse not very nice. Our officer didn't even say anything to us and just walked off without saying we could go on. Nothing like us customs!!!

      Holiday Inn sunspree

      from

      Recently visited with my cousin Geza and had a great time, despite some of the reviews we found on the internet. We loved Junkanoo, dont miss this if you go, wish we could have stayed longer during the Holidays

      The hotel is nice and looks almost new but we did not like the tile floors. The airconditioning sometimes is too cold but we do not use it much at home.

      The bar staff were great. For nightlife we went to Atlantis or this placed called Bahama Boom. The food was OK, we really liked breakfast and the omelets and waffles. We also liked blue lagoon island which the manager got us a discount to get into. Ask for Clinton

      Overall a great vacation, we stayed 2 weeks and had great weather every day.

      If we go again we may consider renting a car to get around and see more of the island, we did rent scooters one day but that seemed expensive and we were nervous about taking them into Nassau.

      Nice property, great people

      from

      Holiday Inn Sunspree was not the best hotel in the world but it was very nice. Definatly not recommended for someone looking for 5 star quality. the employees were very nice. Very short walk to the Atlantis and marina to catch the ferry to Blue Lagoon Island (swimming with Dolphins).

      Go to holiday inn if you are there to experience Bahamian life, not the beach, and use COMMON SENSE.

      Fell in love

      from

      we stayed there last year and are going back next year for a longer time fell in love with island and people on it so friendly.

      Cutt of from Canada!

      from

      Where do I start? For beginners the Bahamas is not a pretty place to visit. You must meet a local to take you out on their boat to see anything interesting.

      The people are extremely rude and if you express concerns they look at you with no expression and don't offer to compensate for anything! They are not gracious hosts!!

      It is way too expensive... we went to the Bahama Mama Mia Restaurant for dinner and never received our full appetizer, a meal was forgotten and our drinks never arrived after complaining a total of 15 times. We felt we had options, we could either leave with out paying, leave a little something for whatever we ate or wait for the head waitress to come back compensating for the aweful service. So we decided to leave some money and get on with our evening. One of our FOUR waitresses drove up to our hotel as we got their and demanded we pay our bill. We explain that half should be complementary due to the bad food and aweful service. After an hour of arguing we gave her an extra $20 to leave.

      We also went down town to the Fish Fry and went to the Twin Brothers for another dinner where after waiting a half hour, got our drinks and after 2.5 hours left because we still didn't get our food. We totally gave up on dinning out so we ordered a pizza that took 2 hours. We found that if we caught the front desk on a "good day", they would order the pizza for us then it only took 20 minutes. Hmm... is there something to this?

      A cab ride from one driver can be $4/per person and for another cabby $1.50/per person.

      The Hotel was crap and the beach is a pile of sand and you can't swimm in the water you might be lucky to walk 10 min. to another beach. Uff.. no thanks!

      I am so proud to be Canadian and manners are not to be taken for granted!

      TripAdvisor Reviews Paradise Island Harbour Resort All Inclusive

      3.00 of 5 stars Good
       

      Travel Blogs from Paradise Island

      Bahamas or bust

      A travel blog entry by stacimcg on Oct 11, 2014

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      ... season be damned (and travel insurance purchased) we were off! Despite several slight inconveniences (our shuttle to the airport was almost 30 minutes late; our bag was only checked to the first of the 3 airports we had to go through; our 2nd - and longest - flight we were assigned seats several rows apart - and we were both in middle seats so there was no point in asking anyone to switch with us; the ...

      Arriving Nassau

      A travel blog entry by lewnwdc on Dec 18, 2013

      17 photos

      ... where we walked to the beach and then around the Aquaventure water park before checking out the Royal Towers lobby and the casino.

      The taxi back to the port took 11 minutes. Arrived at our cabin at 12:02 a.m. Prepared for bed, read the Freestyle Daily newsletter for tomorrow’s activities, and bed at 12:44. We have a snorkeling excursion booked early tomorrow morning here in Nassau, where I last visited for my birthday in February 2006.
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      Bahamas Baby!

      A travel blog entry by gthznathan on Aug 29, 2013

      266 photos

      ... get us to the beach. Jane and Jamie found a taxi to take all 17 of us at $8 a head each way for those over 4years old.

      And we thought yesterday's taxi ride was scary!!! OMG, the older woman taxi driver was talking, or fiddling with the passanger door and we often found ourselves squeezing the seat in front as we weaved in front of oncoming traffic or accelerating towards the cars infront even though they were at a complete stop.

      The beach was perfect for a ...

      Bahama Breeze

      A travel blog entry by patch64 on May 13, 2013

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      After a good nights sleep we awake as Allure drifts into the Bahamian port of Nassau. The hot tropical sun is starting its climb along with the temperatures. We head down to the main dining room for breakfast. Suitably nourished we grab our things and head towards the Solarium at the front of the ship. It's an adult only area and a nice place to relax and chill. The place is deserted as a lot of people have gone ashore. Having visited ...

      Discovering Atlantis!

      A travel blog entry by momentsintime on Dec 10, 2012

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      ... Resort and entered through another entrance door. Let's not forget, this place is gigantic! This gave us another apercu of the whole place. Impressive chandeliers hanged from the two stories high ceilings and according to the guide, worth millions of dollars.



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