I can't express how grim this place is.
The building is tired and shabby, the rooms feel dated, everything shows the signs of age.
The staff are pleasant and helpful but in that robotic American way, which collapses the minute you ask for anything remotely out of the ordinary. And nice as they are, they aren't really all that professional or competent.
Restaurants and bars serve mediocre food at genuinely eye watering prices. Nobu is the exception in that the food is superb, and the prices are not just eye watering, they are heart stopping.
The other thing about this place is that you wouldn't even know you were in the Bahamas at all. It's entirely self contained, cut off, and clearly designed to prevent guests from ever leaving.
If it were a motel, charging motel prices, it'd be ok. But it markets - and prices - itself as a luxury destination, and that it certainly is not.More