Grand Lucayan Resort
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Did a cruise and stay at this location. Overall a great stay. Many food options all yummy. The bar staff was a delight. The property boasts many rooms on a luxurious property. Right across from the straw market. Beautiful beach!! Would stay again if given the opportunity.
I traveled to Freeport, Grand Bahama Island for my fraternity's regional conference meeting. The Grand Lucayan was the host hotel. Upon arrival, I found the staff to be very capable of handling the crush of conference attendees at check-in which went very smooth. The hotel rooms were very clean and spacious. Even after dealing with a hurricane, the property was well taken care of. There is a restaurant and a cafe on premises. I found the restaurant to be accented very well. I was not a big fan of the dinner buffet. The restaurant did have a very good breakfast. There are very good amenities on the property. You have a lap pool as well as a swimming pool. The hotel also has a beautiful beach. About a mile from the hotel is the market bazaar. It has assorted shops and restaurants. Overall, I enjoyed my stay at the Grand Lucayan. I do hope to return in the future.
I have been coming to Freeport and staying at the Grand Lucayan or over 35 years. On this trip I was suppressed that the Grand has been closed since Hurricane Mathew last year. For the first time we stayed at the sister property next door lighthouse point. They advertise it as the Grand yet it is not. The facilities are OK and the General Staff amazingly nice. Much different from management. At checking was charged an additional night because they claimed my reservation was for 2 nights and not 3. They did not care even after I showed them my payment for 3 nights. This is only the beginning with the issues with management. In short it's a shame the the rest of the staff has to suffer the consequences. I will never stay here again. Will stay across the street at the Pelican Bay.
My experience @ this resort was sort of mixed. Some things were amazing & awesome, while others were below average & poor.The drinks are top shelf, no question. Anything you'd like is available and it's the real thing and not watered-down like other Caribbean resorts. The food @ the ala Carte restaurants is also amazing, we specially loved Churchill's.The food @ the buffet is somewhat limited. There's no issue with the quality, but compared to other resorts it lacked variety & options.There's a Cigar Bar & a Lounge that has live Jazz music at night, we really enjoyed that too.Food @ the Iris bar/restaurant is also surprisingly delicious, same with the Pizza that's oven cooked by the pool while you wait.What this resort is seriously lacking though, is entertainment. I guess it might be geared more towards up-scale, relaxing stays, which is fine, but it just wasn't for me.The beach is absolutely gorgeous , the sand feels like you're walking on flour, so smooth.We loved the infinity pool too.The staff, while not rude or anything like that, just seemed cold/distant to us. I was more accustomed to high-energy, smily, friendly staff of other resorts & countries. They'd help you, but I guess they prefer not to.Lastly, know that anything you purchase on the resort, even if you're on an all inclusive or daily pass, it includes a tip which I believe is 18%....
Stayed two weeks (not all inclusive). Part of resort and casino closed due to last year hurricane. Staff is very friendly and we had a great service. Never saw a rude employee (as per other reviews). Nice room (beach view) in the old part of resort (Lighthouse Point). Very clean. We are going at this resort since early 90's and staff is always friendly. Food is execellent even if it's more expensive than in Port Lucaya. The only thing that missing is a convenience store for snacks, souvenirs, etc... Nice entertainment by the pool by K.G. and also dance/show on Fridays. Staff is hoping that the rest of the resort and casino will open soon....Will return for sure.
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- Hotel transfers for packages to Europe
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Optional all-inclusive meal plan:
- Meals and beverages throughout the day
- Wine by the glass only
- Alcoholic beverages 1 drink/beer per person per bar visit
- Non-motorized water sports
- Service charges and resort fee
- Food and beverage gratuities
- 740 Rooms
- 4 oceanfront pools with waterslides, waterfalls, swim-up bar and infinity edge
- 6 restaurants
- 6 bars
- 24-hour room service (fee)
- Fitness centre
- Tennis courts
- Two 18-hole golf courses (fee)
- Water sports
- Spa (fee)
- Business centre
- Laundry facilities
- Gift shops
Hotel room includes:
- One king, queen or two twin beds
- TV with in-room movies/games (fee)
- Hair dryer
- Iron/ironing board
- In-room safe
- Internet (fee)
- Non-smoking resort
- Maximum occupancy of 4, maximum of 2 children
For the Kids - Children's pool, Playground and Waterslide. Kids club for ages 3 - 11 is available for a fee. Open daily from 9 am -5 pm includes lunch. Babysitting or child care service for a fee. Nursery services available for a fee for infants 0-3 years.
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Resort Location Map
Grand Lucayan ResortFreeport,Bahamas
- Hotel Contacts
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1 Sea Horse Lane Lucaya, Freeport Grand Bahama Island
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