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All You Need to Know About the Pool
at Treasure Cay Beach, Marina & Golf Resort

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... It had everything we needed and exceeded my expectations. Pool was beautiful. Bar and restaurants were great. Everything...
... friendly town that is gorgeous. This is not a resort but there are resort pool restaurants all around that welcome the public.
... good, however, they had Jamaican night one evening by the pool deck and the grill fish was the BEST !The service around the...
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Is your pool open to the public, if food/drinks are purchased onsite?
Answer from StephenKappelerGM
Sep 2018 |
Yes we are a full service resort when patronizing the Tipsy pool bar and Junkanoo Javas restaurant with menus online.

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CAY wrote a review Jun 2019
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Just had the most amazing time at theTreasure Cay Beach Marina & Golf Resort. The accommodations were great. Very clean and comfortable. The staff was so friendly and accommodating. I am a single mom and took my 3 kids and felt extremely safe. It had everything we needed and exceeded my expectations. Pool was beautiful. Bar and restaurants were great. Everything was close and convenient. Had an awesome guide named Ferris that accompanied us on the boat. I can’t say enough about what a wonderful time we had. A huge thank you to Steve. I highly recommend this resort and marina.
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Date of stay: June 2019Trip type: Travelled with family
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319Sophia wrote a review Jun 2019
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These are wonderful, stand alone units. You are in the middle of a quaint, quiet, friendly town that is gorgeous. This is not a resort but there are resort pool restaurants all around that welcome the public.
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Date of stay: June 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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TKC wrote a review Jun 2019
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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!
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Date of stay: June 2019Trip type: Travelled with family
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FlyGuy73703 wrote a review Jun 2019
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma49 contributions31 helpful votes
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The resort is older and a bit dated, there are some renovations going on. Appears they are trying to modernize which is good. Our Condo was clean, the A/C worked well and the bed was comfortable. The staff and locals in general are over the top friendly and helpful. Especially enjoyed Ms. Avis. The accommodations are located right on the Marina. If you have your own boat then there is a dock available a few steps from your room. Banyan Beach is consistently rated among the top 10 in the World... Never more that a dozen people or so on it at any time during our stay. The Bar and Pool area are nice and located at the Marina.

Dining options are limited but recommend Florence's for Breakfast(Island parties and egg dishes) and we enjoyed Coco's on the beach for lunch. The Grouper Bites are out of this world.

Overall the resort has a very laid-back and chill vibe to it. No crowds to deal with and lots of available excursions if you are inclined.
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Date of stay: May 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Kymmie62 wrote a review May 2019
La Fortuna de San Carlos, Costa Rica180 contributions8 helpful votes
Great accommodations at Mariner’s Cove. 1 bedroom Upstairs condo overlooking the marina. Walking distance to many restaurants and turquoise water and white sand beach. RO water available, Tennis, pool, horseshoes, grills, and Laundry.
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Date of stay: May 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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bbadventures32 asked a question Sep 2018
Ocean City, Maryland5 contributions
Is your pool open to the public, if food/drinks are purchased onsite?
Answer from StephenKappelerGM
Sep 2018 |
Yes we are a full service resort when patronizing the Tipsy pool bar and Junkanoo Javas restaurant with menus online.
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Answer from melody m
Aug 2017 |
Don't know about houses, look privately owned, you must cross dirt road to reach beach. We stayed in a condo not far from pool. Beach was beautiful, condos need some TLC but adequate. Need your own transportation unless you are staying only at resort. 40 mins from MHH airport. We rented car as we were diving everyday and wanted to venture to eat at different places
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Answer from StephenKappelerGM
Mar 2016 |
The pools at the resorts in Abaco are not heated, generally speaking and they are warmer than the ocean, keeping in mind the winter months the Bahamas air is generally warm compared to the location you left, but still in the low 70s. With this in mind, it is generally the cooler lower air temperatures that make the pool swim feel a little cold and thus few persons use it. Then we have our Canadian and other guests use to extreme cold winter months, who then appreciate even our Bahamas 70s air and pool temps. For this reason, even the Condo properties that might heat their pool, dont have bathers, the air temps keep you from tempting, if even the expense to heat it makes sense. It is March now and swimmers are jumping in as our air temps move into the higher 70s air temps.
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