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Compass Point is a beautiful resort where the rooms are several small, brightly colored cottages. The view from the hotel is amazing. My husband and I got married at CP and it was an incredible experience. The staff was terrific -- everyone was so attentive...More
On Feb 25th i went to the hotel to have my 38 year birthday dinner and it was terrible earlier in the day my family wen there to make reservations and take a cake and flowers and to set up the dinner for me when...More
You cannot help but feel relaxed at Compass Point. The beach huts are colourful and comfortable, the view from the bar and dining area is the best on the island. Cocktails are great, the food I had was equally as good and the staff in...More
Terrific service at every level. Dining room manager, Jamal, was great and worth getting to know. All were warm, welcoming and helpful--the highlight of the visit. Food varies from good to amazing depending on the dish. Tropical drinks are terrific. Saturday nights really rock.
We stayed in hut number 106 and had a great time . Everyone on the staff was super friendly. The room was cute and cozy and had a great view. The water was crystal clear ! Great relaxing getaway without the hordes of people at...More
US$ 304 - US$ 399 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#6 Luxury Hotel in Nassau
#7 On the Beach Hotel in Nassau
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The beach in front of the resort at low tide has about 8 feet of sand between the steps to the beach and the water. At high tide, there is perhaps a few feet of sand. The beach to ocean access is always swimable. Bordering... More
The beach in front of the resort at low tide has about 8 feet of sand between the steps to the beach and the water. At high tide, there is perhaps a few feet of sand. The beach to ocean access is always swimable. Bordering the resort to the west, is Love beach, which stretches more then a mile west.Iit is a sand beach, with ocean accesses that are sand in some spots, and rocky (ouch )access in other spots.Some guests prefer to jump off our dock into the ocean.
Compass Point is on the eastern end of Love Beach. On Love Beach is a popular locals bar, named Nirvana, that is a great place to visit and rents kayaks, although I recommend you visit there a day in advance of the rental... More
Compass Point is on the eastern end of Love Beach. On Love Beach is a popular locals bar, named Nirvana, that is a great place to visit and rents kayaks, although I recommend you visit there a day in advance of the rental date, to confirm they will have them for you. It is about a 1/2 mile walk, on Love Beach, to get to Nirvana from CP. There are CP owned beach chairs (colorful of course) on Love Beach. Realize your rooms private deck is on the ocean. If you choose an ocean front room, you may get splashed by the waves. Our pier, also has chairs. Buses will pick you up at he front entrance to CP, or more frequent pick ups occur if you walk 100 yards east, to Dinos conch stand, a photogenic spot with great local food and ambience. Blue Lagoon will pick you up at CP, although there may be an extra charge for this service.
Hello Nassau cruiser - Sorry for my delayed response. I am not aware of what day passes are offered on the cruise ships. We are a 30 minute taxi ride west from downtown ( or a slightly longer #12 bus ride ).We charge $20.pp... More
Hello Nassau cruiser - Sorry for my delayed response. I am not aware of what day passes are offered on the cruise ships. We are a 30 minute taxi ride west from downtown ( or a slightly longer #12 bus ride ).We charge $20.pp plus vat for guests to use our property and our Love Beach access. Any food or drinks ordered are an additional charge. If you want a water park and fellow tourists, choose Atlantis. If you want local flavor, an ok beach and are prepared for a crowd that varies from spring break revelry, to a cruiser crowd only, choose Junkanoo beach, which has no charge to use. If you want a quiet day at a very pretty property ( read our reviews ) come spend the day with us. Whichever you choose, we hope you enjoy your visit.
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"away from the outside bar- there is a band some nights- rooms do have fan and AC"