The sea here is clear, warm and shallow, with few waves, making it ideal for small children
Offers the privacy and space of a vacation home with the comforts of a luxury hotel — such as an on-site restaurant (although not a five-star one) and room service
Despite being privately owned, each condo is uniquely and luxuriously decorated by a professional
What To Know
Free long-distance calling to the USA and Canada, and free WiFi is included in the Jetsetter rate
Although the resort tries to cater to couples and families equally, it’s more popular with the latter — so expect kids if you come
No need to rent a car: the property is within walking distance of a grocery and liquor store, and bike and cart rentals and free transport between the condos and airport are also offered
An automatic departure cleaning fee of $99 to $139 (depending on room size) will be charged at Jetsetter check out
Parking on site
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Family-friendly beachfront condo resort with two pools and myriad activities on Great Abaco Island
Caribbean-style condo resort set right on three-and-a-half-mile Treasure Cay Beach. Getting from one spot on the resort to another requires walking through the property’s lush vegetation and well-manicured gardens, where the air smells of jasmine and frangipani.
Bed and Bath
Accommodations range between two and five bedrooms and include dining areas and full kitchens, as well as laundry and daily housekeeping service — ideal for big families. Tasteful, beach-themed decor presides (think rattan beds topped with crisp white duvets, couches with colorful upholstered cushions, and cool tile floors throughout), and bedrooms feature oversize windows that allow for gusts of island breezes. Since units are individually owned, they vary in look, but unlike many rentable condos here they’ve been kitted by a professional decorator with owner input, rather than the other way around. Living areas have indoor-outdoor spaces with private screened lanais that front the beach, the perfect place for a sundowner.
Treasure Cay Beach is the biggest draw here, particularly since it’s generally much less crowded than some of its equals on other Caribbean islands. Unlike many condo complexes, Bahama Beach Club maintains an on-site restaurant and one of the two freshwater swimming pools also has an in-pool bar. A long list of activities — from water sports to golf — mean there’s something to keep everyone entertained.