I really enjoyed my stay here and do recommend it but Treasure Cay it’s time for some room upgrades. Unfortunately my refrigerator was rusty on the outside, the room had minor dry wall issues, some small ants in the bathroom, and during a bad thunderstorm some water entered through the back slider.
Do not get me wrong this is a great option in this area, the beach is amazing close by and the shops on the property have everything you need. The rooms just need refreshing that’s all.
We’re those travelers that put “Do Not Disturb”/ swap towels during our stay, which worked here. Stayed in 2 story condo on the marina during July 4th week, even saw fireworks on the beach and a Junkanoo parade through Tipsy Seagull. Tipsy’s was attentive with nice bartenders, tasty drinks. Nice room with two bathrooms, full kitchen, balcony. The people seemed friendly, but the service in Junkanoo Java’s is certainly lacking. Orders took over 20min, even with few customers, and I was sent away when I ordered a frozen coffee drink right from the menu. Great breakfast in Coco’s. I think the resort restaurants could use more training on how to care for customers.
The “resort” is rather dated to say the least. Besides being dated it’s also dirty. All the furniture is nasty dirty and the bedding has to have been purchased in 80’s and only washed for VIP’s. Upon arrival you can expect reception to explain where you can get fresh beach towels and point to your resort room. Nobody shows you to your room or helps with baggage. Our locks were sketchy and that’s all I’ll say about that...towels would also fall into this department. But with all this,the highlight was the people of the resort and surrounding businesses lack of friendliness. Besides a waitress with a beautiful singing voice at Spinnakers and the taxi driver that took us to the airport everyone seemed sour or fake. Someone from management explained to us they didn’t want disgruntled guests because the people of Abaco depend on tourism for a living. With that said, I would recommend going to Abaco because the beach is the best we have ever seen. The food at Spinnakers is excellent. Until this place is updated I would stay someplace besides Treasure Cay “Resort”
This was my second visit to Abaco, Bahamas and first time staying at Treasure Cay. The beautiful white sand beach and the stunning Treasure cay Water are the highlights of this resort. Our suite was on the Marina where we woke up to a beautiful sun rise. The food was good, however, they had Jamaican night one evening by the pool deck and the grill fish was the BEST !The service around the pool was excellent. We didn’t have any issues getting into the restaurants we wanted. A must visit is taking a ferry over to Great Guana Gay (Nippers) .We really enjoyed that!
We recently stayed here to celebrate our 25th wedding anniversary. The rooms are on the marina which is just steps from your room creating wonderful views. The rooms are dated but comfortable and clean. The air conditioning kept the rooms very comfortable and the bed was very comfortable. Something I am always concerned about is the quality of the blow dryer which I found to be wonderful (some resorts have tiny ones that hardly dry your hair). There is daily maid service; however, you have to be careful because they just walk into your room without knocking and did this a couple of times (there is no sign to put on your door letting them know you are in). The beach is absolutely gorgeous and only a 5 minute walk from your room; however, the walk does get very hot. They rent golf carts on site to get around more easily which I think is a good idea; however, I don't know the price since we did not take advantage of this. There are 3 restaurants on site with good food; however, expensive and sometimes slow. The beach side restaurant, Coco's, had a wonderful atmosphere being directly on the water. You can rent boats and plan day trips with a tour directly from your resort. There is a grocery store, bakery, and other small shops on site. I highly recommend hitting the grocery store as prices to eat out are very high. The grocery store prices are high compared to US prices; however, cheaper than eating every meal out. We had a wonderful trip here and look forward to returning!