First the good.
Large rooms great pools and clean beach. In general help was attentive.
They say top shelf liquor but every bar seems to be out of it at same time and they always say "more is on the way".
Wine choices are terrible. You can't even buy a decent bottle for any price.
Food just ok nothing memorable.
My husband and I stayed here for our 8th anniversary. It's not a place for kids. It has a pool and that's about it for the children to do. We loved it because of that. Close to the beach. Excellent staff, everyone is so nice. We would definitely stay again.
My stay at Melia was wonderful! The staff was friendly and I felt very safe. The resort has so much to do! I like the fact that it was outside of downtown with a little slower pace. When the sun goes down the party starts! Great stay!
This hotel is exactly what it is billed to be; a family hotel that is designed to meet the needs of a person traveling to enjoy the Bahamas. It is perfect for a place to stay while you explore the island. It is not the lap of luxury, if you want that, go to and pay for Atlantis; but it is very comfortable. The staff are awesome and go out of their way to help you, just ask them and they are great.
If I go back the to Bahamas, this would be my place to stay. It is very simple, very comfortable, everything you need and nothing you don't!
This casual family-run inn is located on a hillside on New Providence Island's sparsely populated northwest coast, across the …More
A BEAUTIFUL RESTFUL PROPERTY. THE GROUNDS ARE LUSH AND VERY WELL KEPT. THE STAFF IS ALWAYS
WILLING TO HELP. IT HAS BECOME OUR HOME AWEAY FROM HOME.THE ACCOMODATIONS ARE PERFECT
FOR DAILY LIVING. THE HOTEL ALSO ARRANGES A TRIP TO THE SUPERMARKET ONCE A WEEK FOR GUESTS,
THERE IS A WONDERFUL CHEF ON THE PREMISES NAMED CLEVELAND WHO PREPARES GREAT FOOD.
More clean. Need vacuum. Need Chairs and loungers at pool ( nice pool ) new bedding More info on how to get to town(kinda far) bus stops at 7 pm, beach and grocery close! Probably the best value on island. Nice people but need more keys for rooms. Hall smells like urine needs airing and cleaning and scrubbing of base of wall.
Traveller from Florida
This mid-luxury 3 bedrooms 2 bathrooms 2 private balconies condo offers gated entry/ keyed building access/ in ground pool/ …More
IF YOU WANT AN HOTEL WITH NO THRILLS THIS IS THE PLACE. IF IS NEAR FOOD STORES AND YOU CAN GET CHEAP BUT GOOD FOOD THERE AND IT WALKING DISTANCE FROM THE HOTEL. I FOUND THE STAFF VERY GOOD AT WHAT THEY DO. I THINKING AOUT GOING BACKIS DECEMBER FOR MY BRITHDAY. THE PEOPLE I MET AT THE HOTEL WERE VERY NICE. I WENT BY MYSELF AND MET GREAT PEOPLE. I TRAVELED TO STRAW MARKET USE THE SMALL BUS SERVICE.
We needed to overnight in Nassau on our way to and from an outer island, so we just needed a reasonable hotel near the airport. A Stone's Throw filled the bill nicely. The staff, especially Colin, couldn't have been more welcoming and attended to our every need. The renovated colonial setting is interesting with a nice large deck overlooking the ocean. Our room was clean, though the towels were a bit sand-papery. The location is in an upscale neighborhood a 5 minute drive from the airport. Like everything else in the Bahamas, A Stone's Throw was more expensive than one would expect for the quality. We enjoyed both the breakfast, with food cooked to order - the cinnamon pancakes were delicious, and dinner which can be reserved ahead. The cheaper places I could find all looked pretty dodgy and were closer to town. We didn't use the grotto style pool surrounded by a nice a garden, but it looked inviting. The beach 1 block down the hill is not particularly inviting. If you're looking for a nice hotel with great, friendly staff near the Nassau airport then A Stone's Throw away is a good choice. We'd stay there again.
This Old Bahamian Colonial home is positioned 6 miles from both Lyford Cay and Cable Beach, and 15 miles from downtown …More
With its soft sands and turquoise waters, the allure of Cable Beach is unmistakable. Located west of downtown, Cable Beach features a string of oceanfront resorts, a large golf course, and the Crystal Palace Casino. Here, the main road branches south to Lake Killarney, favored by bird watchers, and to South Beach. Although remote, South Beach rewards visitors with secluded beaches.