The Veranda Resort & Residences
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Veranda Resort & Residences Providenciales
Absolutely recommended. The staff took excellent care of us and the food is fresh and delicious. White sand beaches and cool water ease the heat and humidity. The facilities are also clean and well kept-up. A fabulous choice!
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We were hoping to make it from Georgetown Great Exuma to Turks and Caicos non-stop but we were beaten up by steep 5'-7' foot waves (with 9 footers thrown in for good measure), wind on our nose and the erratic rain. We learned that a thunderstorm was brewing so we decided to break for the night and head to Mayaguana. Mayaguana is an island on the southern tip located in the far Bahamas. It is one of the least visited islands. In 2007 ...
... and lots of designer shops. Not over crowded but certainly over priced. Very Americanised. However a very dodgy pier to negotiate with no planks across it, just 9 inch wide beams to walk across - Sally not impressed! Once all the tourist boats went to bed, about 6pm we were deserted in the bay and could just hear strains of music coming from some of the hotel restaurants. Very calm and ...
We arrive at the hotel, beautiful West Bay Club. Amy and I get a rum punch upon checking in. We are given a tour of our room, first floor to the far right, only to see that the spare bedroom has two twin beds. Say what?! I ask right away about changing rooms.
Amy and I walk around a little about the property then back to the room. We are told they ...
... re not actually sure which). She swooped in towards shore, frightening several of the horses so badly that the skittered away. Luckily I was able to keep my seat - Seuss was scared, but I'm a good rider - but others weren't so lucky. One of the guides' horses reared up and actually fell over, and the next thing I knew, there was a riderless horses bolting down the beach. Thankfully, the girl was ok, but she tore her pants. We just got everybody ...
... the islands, waiting for the ferry under the rays of the setting sun, we watched a number of TCI natives (known as 'belongers') unload their goods and chat about the day's business. In fact, we decided to strike up a conversation with a middle-aged TCI belonger named Orville who, as it turned out, needed few excuses to talk. We learned that he was self-employed as an air-conditioning contractor, that he had studied in Miami but came back to TCI because property taxes ...