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          Recent New Providence Reviews

          PERFECT PLAY TO STAY

          5 of 5
          We had a wonderful time at the villa which is the perfect size for 2 adult couples or a family. The bedrooms are huge each with private bathrooms. Easy walk to spectacular beach and atlantis resort for restaurants, casino and waterpark - without paying expensive rates to stay there. Great outdoor area with bbq for cooking local freshly caught fish and a well equipped kitchen. High speed wifi is great and easy to use. Would recommend this to anyone looking for a great vacation in the Bahamas.
          • Submitted: Jun 14, 2014
          • Stayed: Jun 2014

          WE LOVED IT! PERFECT FAMILY GETAWAY!

          5 of 5
          We have visited Paradise Island several times but this was by far our best holiday. The resort condo accommodated our family comfortably as it was spacious, quiet and clean. We appreciated having two full bathrooms and a well equipped kitchen. The decor is exotic and the living room has enough furnishings for our whole family to spread out. The unit is a ground floor corner unit which was a real plus for us because it gave us easy in and out access for the pool area and bringing in the groceries since I cooked most meals. The pool and beach area's were very private and quiet. There was never a problem finding a lounger. The resort had a relaxed feel and we enjoyed having an evening cocktail at the small restaurant which seemed to be frequented by both locals and vacationers. My family and I all agree that the next time we visit the Island we will stay here again.
          • Submitted: Dec 28, 2013
          • Stayed: Sep 2013

          GREAT RESORT, AWESOME STAFF, UPGRADES ONGOING

          4 of 5
          We stayed at the Blue Water Resort at Guanahani Village in January of this year and though it was not as hot in the Bahamas as we would have liked, we loved the resort! Before our visit, we researched and found many positive and some mixed reviews, so we didn't know exactly what we would find. We also discovered through the resort site, that the resort was undergoing renovation and while we wished for a spanking brand new room, there was no way to guarantee that is what we would receive. We ultimately decided to stay because it offered the best value for our money - three bedrooms, two full bathrooms and a full sized kitchen. Everyone would have enough room. We stayed in one of the garden villas that was partially renovated. Score! Loved the patio with grill and lounge chairs. It was private, peaceful and park like. The sliding doors, were really sliding glass walls and with the outer doors locked, we could let our three year old play outside and still be able to see him from the inside. He loves the beach as do we and the one downside to the resort is that the beach is fairly small, but this is the Bahamas and there are tons of cool beaches! I mentioned the fully equiped kitchen. It has everything you could need, down to the electric kettle for tea! The one negative is that there is not a lot of space in the kitchen to store your groceries unless you move the dishes around. Bring your own groceries! Food is tremendously expensive in the Bahamas. While you may not want to cook on vacation everyday, having the option, especially when you have children is a definite plus! And with the money we saved we were able to do many of the top attractions, like the Powerboats, Swim with the Dolphins and the Adastra Gardens. We tried the Pirates tour, but our son would have no part of it! The staff was tremendous. They were always smiling and looking to see what they could do to make our stay more enjoyable. One of the staff even gave us a ride to the fish fry when she saw us waiting at the bus stop (which is right outside the resort). She insisted! They were knowledgeable and when the time came to discuss the timeshare option, there was no high pressure! Riding the bus is enjoyable and super easy! Overall, we love the Bahamas and we loved our stay at Blue Water Resort! If you are travelling with a family or just want to relax, this is the place for you. If you are looking for the nightlife out of your hotel, not so much.
          • Submitted: Mar 17, 2009
          • Stayed: Jan 2009