My husband and I spent a week at Treasure Cay, 5/16-5/23. To sum it up, the resort is dated, but it is exceptionally clean, and the staff was very friendly. We had a two level suite on the marina, and it was very quiet, the bed was very comfortable. The beach here is beautiful, and most days we had it all to our self. The beach did have quite a bit of sea weed the first few days, but the weather was windy and rainy, and once that cleared out, the beach was cleaned up. There is a grocery and liquor store on the property grounds, as well as Cafe La Florence, the bakery. Not only do they have great cinnamon rolls, but we caught some fish on a boat excursion and they cooked that for us as well, it was delicious.
We attempted to take the "ferry" (really just a guy with a boat) to Nippers on Guana Cay for their Sunday pig roast, but there weren't enough passengers for him to make the trip. So the 6 of us that had been waiting for the ferry rented a boat from JIC Boat Rentals right at the marina. Nippers was great fun, and the most people we saw the entire week. The pig roast was excellent, but you do need to get there early before the big crowds come in on the main ferry.
We also chartered a boat with a captain through JIC. Captain Stumpy took us snorkeling, fishing, to see the pigs on No Name Cay, the shark and stingrays on Manjack Cay, then we had a walking tour through New Plymouth and lunch on Green Turtle Cay. It was the most expensive thing we did, but was a great way to see other cays, and Stumpy was a great guide.
Overall the food on the resort is fine. We ate most meals at either CoCo Beach bar or the Tipsy Seagull. Again, both were very clean, and although there were very few guests dining, the staff always seemed to be busy cleaning or restocking.
We have traveled quite a bit to various islands, the pace is slower, but if you have a good attitude and are friendly with the staff, you will get the same in return. We never had to wait for a drink, and were always greeted with smiles by all of the staff. That and the incredible beach go a long way for making a great vacation.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Less than 200 miles from Florida’s coast, the Bahamian island of Abaco is home to the village of Treasure Cay and our laid-back resort where more than three miles of sleepy white sand beach anchor a genuine Caribbean paced experience; reminiscent of a truly relaxed way of life. Served by multiple daily direct fights, our fun for all ages oasis operates a noted 150-slip marina and classic Dick Wilson golf course.Ocean-front rooms,fully airconditioned, free internet. Vacation at one of the most famous three mile long beaches in the world, according to NATIONAL GEOGRAPHICS. Swimming, boating, golf, tennis, watersports and much relaxation. Complete ocean-view pool- and beach-bar and restaurants. Available rentals: bikes, cars, golf-carts and motor-boats. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hotel Treasure Cay
- Resort Treasure Cay
- Treasure Cay Beach, Marina & Golf Resort Bahamas - Abaco Islands