Bahama Beach Club Resort
What We Love
- 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
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
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.
How to Get There
Can't wait to return this summer. If your looking for a party town...not your place. However, it has everything you need for a fun, relaxing and rejuvenating vacation. Wonderful place for families. Treasure Cay residents are so very friendly. They treat you like family
Ready to move!!!!
Just got back from a week long stay at the Bahama Beach Club. We rented a three bed/3 bath unit from the club, which I suggest you also do over renting directly from the owners. Some of our family members rented a unit through VRBO and had major issues which took several days to clear up and they ended up having to change units, which was a hassle.
The condo had a great ocean view and was nicely furnished. Everything worked okay, except the dishwasher cleaned poorly and needs replacing and we had an issue with the air conditioner leaking all over the living room floor. I called the front desk and they said they would send someone right up. 24 hours later, maintenance arrived and "fixed" it. Two days later, it again leaked all over the living room into the kitchen. This time, they came the same day, but it still leaked. The wifi was fine, but phone service was hit or miss.
My biggest complaint, is during three days out of our seven day stay, we experienced hours long, unscheduled power outages. The first lasted SEVEN hours, the second about four hours and the last, three hours. Not only was the power out, but when the power goes, you have no water. No showers, flushing the toilets, cooking, etc. Power outages seem to be common here, as many of the private homes have generators, but not this resort. This was a major inconvenience.
Be sure and bring everything you need for your stay. The units have bedding and bath towels, but most have no beach towels. We brought a cooler with frozen meats, cheese, and other supplies, as well as food. You will also need laundry soap, dishwashing soap, spices, coffee, paper towels, ziploc bags, foil, etc. Don't expect any of this to be in your unit. There is a Golden Harvest grocery store nearby, but prices are outrageous ($14 for some types of cereal!) They do sell a good selection of groceries, as well as baby items, so you can find anything you forgot. There are restaurants nearby, but prices are very high and you should plan on making most of your meals in your condo.
Also be sure and bring your own recreational gear (snorkels, swim masks, fins, kid's beach toys), as you are not going to find much of this for sale here. Don't forget kid's life vests if you are going to take any type of boat tour.
Bring cash, as you will need this for most tours, as well as payment at stores when the power is out or their credit card machines break down (as the one in the liquor store did during most of our stay). There is an ATM which dispenses Bahamian dollars in the center with the Golden Harvest grocery store. We had no problems getting cash, but I have read in busy seasons that it frequently runs out of cash. Everyone takes Bahamian or US dollars (exchange rate is 1-1).
Plan on renting a golf cart to get around; we rented from Cash's Carts and our golf cart was waiting at the Beach Club when we arrived. You do not need a car and it is easy (but expensive) to use taxis. We used Pappa and Lucky several times for cabs and they were friendly and reliable
The beach at the resort is absolutely beautiful, with a fantastic white sand beach. There are umbrellas and loungers at the beach, which were rarely used during our stay. The pools are fine and were also never crowded during our stay.
Plan on taking a boat tour to see the pigs, fish and swim with sharks, turtles and rays. We used Island Adventures with Lincoln. Lincoln picked us up at the Treasure Cay ferry dock and took us fishing, then to see the pigs. Be warned the pigs are wild animals and can be pretty aggressive. I was bitten in the leg by one of the pigs (did not break the skin) and my husband had his chest and legs all scratched up by pigs trying to get at the food he was holding. We ended the tour with Lincoln cooking us lunch on the beach with the fish we caught. Delicious!
This is a great place to vacation if you are looking for a place to spend the whole day lounging on the beach or at the pool, or participating in water activities such as fishing or boating. I prefer a larger variety of activities, so probably will not return to the Bahama Beach Club.
Woke up every morning in a very comfortable condo sipping coffee and enjoying a beautiful view of azure blue water, white sand beaches, and palm trees. We stayed in an upstairs unit (2056) that was fully equipped and nicely decorated, obviously owned by a family that also uses it and cares; relatives ended up in a very similar and beautifully decorated upstairs unit (2040), both managed by the club. They were moved out of a vastly inferior unit in this same complex that had been rented directly from some kind of owner/landlord service after they suffered for two days with no AC. Rented golf carts are very useful here for exploring further down the beach or reaching the market. The poolside restaurant is one of the best eateries around with a small but very good menu. Two freshwater pools were also enjoyed by the 12 year old even after a day at the beach. Front desk responded to issues promptly. During a week here, we experienced three of the frequent island power outages usually brief but one last about six hours; even the water doesn’t work when the pier goes out. This just seems to be part of the Bahamas experience. Loved our stay here.
I’ve been coming to Treasure Cay for 15 years and stayed here for the first time for a friends wedding. I was so happy I choose to stay at the Bahama Beach Club as it was one of the most beautiful beach accommodations I’ve ever had.
Additionally you have two pools and hot tubs, bar/restaurant, and of course the beautiful Treasure Cay beach right out of your window.
Make sure you rent a golf cart to explore the area. Also take the time to go to the nearby islands such as Green Turtle and Great Guana Cay.
We absolutely loved our stay at Bahama Beach Club and had the most beautiful wedding we could have dreamed of there! The rooms were breathtaking and had the most amazing views! The staff went above and beyond to accommodate us and our guests in any way possible! Our wedding day was absolutely amazing and SO beautiful! Bahama Beach Club made everything so perfect for our ceremony on the beach and our reception to follow at the beach pavilion! It was more beautiful than we ever could have imagined and we had the best time before, during, and after our wedding! I would recommend Bahama Beach Club to anyone, not only for a wonderful vacation, but for the most amazing wedding venue. The staff was so nice and helpful and the food was phenomenal. We still have some of our guests talking about how great the food was at the poolside grill and the food that was served at our reception! I could not be more thankful to everyone at Bahama Beach Club for making our wedding week and day more special than we ever could have imagined!! We cannot wait to go back for our next vacation and plan to go to Bahama Beach Club for many more vacations to come!!