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Coral Harbour Beach House And Villas

2.5 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

I was extremely disappointed with this hotel. The hotel is in a bad area and scary to stay at. it reminds me of a hotel in TJ Mexico. The woman at the office was a nice person, the resturand was awful took about 45 minutes to order and get food hamburger and cheese sandwich basically had to follow the waitress around to get served. Giant cockroaches in room we killed with shoe. The travel company involved should be ashamed to have them on there website and I should get a refund for lack of food and sleep due to this hotel.

Scary area, didn't feel very safe. Had someone try to come in my room one night.

My boyfriend and I went to Bahamas on a romantic getaway. This hotel was too far away from town. The beach here is beautiful and very peaceful. The place is really run down but if you're not big on luxury this is the place. The lady who is the bartender, cook, the housekeeper and the manager of the hotel was very nice. We enjoyed her company and the peacefulness of the place.

Enjoy this private and quiet getaway with my husband. Close to the airport, food is pricey but the beach is nice and calming.

Conveniently located near the airport. Beautiful private beach to take quiet walks and watch the sunset. Do some grocery shopping before you get here and you'll need to rent a car if you would like to get downtown or just getting around. The food here is really good but very expensive! Need some updating but I enjoyed my stay.

Nice location, out of the way, nice view, would stay again.

I do not typically leave reviews online but this place needs to be avoided so I am leaving this review. I needed to stay one night in Nassau due to a missed flight. I assumed this place would be OK at 3 stars and $133 a night, and could not have been more wrong. This place is an absolute sty. Only one of the five locks on the door worked (barely), only two lightbulbs in the room worked (one was in the closet). The plumbing was full of air, making the sink/shower/toilet sound like a machine gun. The drapes literally fell off the wall when I tried to open them. The place was generally dirty, and poorly maintained. There is a restaurant/bar attached to the place which you have to eat at unless you want to walk 20 - 30 minutes to the nearest market. This the bar and it's patrons are *extremely* shady, I was actually propositioned by a "lady of the night" within just ten minutes of sitting down there. I want to qualify, I am not a highly picky person who needs to be coddled and pampered, or prickles at the slightest inconvenience. I travel a lot, often to places that are considered unsafe and lack conveniences. This place is just genuinely a bad, bad place. Do not stay here: It is not safe, it is not clean, it is not comfortable and it is DEFINITELY not worth anywhere near $130/night. Stay Away. Additionally: highly suspicious that there are positive reviews of this place. It is a disaster.

This hotel was recommended by agent it was not acceptable!! There was no shuttle from airport and the room very third world. We were stuck because of arriving late and an early flight. the hotel did not have our reservation. The staff was friendly and the food and bar were fine. The room had indoor/outdoor carpet and was up a very steep flight of stairs. I will never use this again

My girlfriend and I just needed a rest after months without vacation. We found this quiet place on earth that almost satisfied all our needs. Nice people,nice room and a private beach where we could chill without anyone next to us. If we had any kind of questions or demand everyone was very polite and assist us with everything. You definitely need to rent a car if you want to stay in corral harbour to go out to have dinner or knowing a little bitt of nassau, as the resort is pretty much disconnected with the rest of the island.Taxis are expensive and the food in the restaurant at the resort was nice but way to expensive. All in all Corral Harbor Beach Resort provided us with all things that we needed to have a perfect holiday.

If you want to be "Vegas like" and pay anywheres from $250 - $700 per night and live in a hotel that is just like vegas then paradise island or Nassau is for you. If you want good food, nice people, a place to relax, have a few drinks and peace and quiet then this hotel is for you. The water is nice there and you can walk out quite a ways.My advice is to rent a car and that is cheap here. This way you can drive all over and take advantage of coral harbour yet still see the rest of New Providence with no problems at all.

The villas sit right on the beach, and sand is what you walk upon most of the time. The staff is very friendly and acomadating. The food at the evening restaurant is exquisite and the rooms are a short walk away. The days and nights are peaceful and relaxing, a unique contrast from downtown Nassua and Paradise island. A perfect place to recharge, rejuvenate , and reconnect.

My husband and I stayed at this hotel for our honeymoon and we really enjoyed it. I don't normally write reviews but since others' reviews helped us in making our decision, I decided to contribute. Reading some of the reviews, I was worried about the place. But after going, I have to agree that this is not the place for those who want to be in a bustling resort. However, it is GREAT if you want a quiet and relaxing place where you can get away from the rest of the world. Let management know if you want a car rental or bus service. They will arrange for you to get whatever and wherever you need. The food and drinks can be a bit pricey, but after dining in a couple other places, we found that they were reasonably priced when compared to other Bahamian places. To save money, we walked to a convenience store that was about 20 min up the road, on Coral Harbour Road. Also, If you continue on that road to the roundabout and make a left at the roundabout, there is a liquor store. The beach was clean and beautiful but not very deep so not great for those who want to swim every day but certainly fine for just dipping your legs in. Our room had a great view and outside balcony really allowed us to enjoy the view with every meal. I will definitely go back there again

The Coral Harbor is the place to get away from it all - and I mean all. Get to know the locals-they are great people. But be careful of the Majestic Tour ride to the hotel. They took us all the way to Paradise Island because they don't know this out of the way real paradise.

i love the location and the sense of being very local and somewhat primitive plus very cloe to the beach. I though I was able to save some money due to the price per night but it ended up being very expendsive after the additional fees involved. Not worth it.

It was a very relaxing place away from all the hotel buildings on the other side of the island, right on the beach. It's an alternative choice if you don't like to be surrounded with tourists and tourist attractions. The hotel wasn't particularly luxurious, but the staff was always very nice and helpful when we had requests. If you're a fan of the Sheraton, stay away from it, but if all you need is a beach, nice people, and a quiet environment, I recommend this hotel!

I am really not a difficult traveller.. but.. Let's start with the "kitchen" - rusty fridge. Disconnected. Silverware: None. Bottle opener: None. Cleanliness: ok. Location: while it sounded to me like a potentially amazing retreat, there is a reason why the other side gets more attention: it is VERY rocky and shallow. The only mammal i saw in the water was a stray dog. The sand is rough and littered with broken glass. I could not get in the water. Lots of mosquitos at night. Staff: Friendly. At check in they asked me what time I was leaving. I told her my flight was leaving late and asked how late I could stay in the room. She replied that I should normally check out by 11:30am but as a special thing I could stay until noon. Posted check out time was noon. That's great to let me stay until checkout time. Loved the extra mile. Internet Connection: Wireless in public areas. Wifi did not work in the room. I had to go outside by the reception to get connected. Ocean view is a very relative term. You may see some blue through the trees while sitting in the balcony. Restaurant: Overpriced, but that's the Bahamas. Oh, don't forge the "resort fee" of $19/night you will have to pay in cash in addition to the room/tax price. A little steep for a Motel 6 on the ghetto side of the island. If you do go there, insist on a much lower price and RENT A CAR.

The resort dosen`t correspond to the pictures and description at the internet sites,we looked at. It was a quiet place but everthing else was bad.Our balconydoor coulden´t close. No heat in room, cold at night. We diden´t get any cleaning, new towels or taking care of the garbage the hole 5 days we staid there.At check-out we had to pay 100$ resort, service and other fees and we did not get anything for these 100$

if you don't drive a car, you are stuck,the Bus don't come as the say,driving there is you take your live in your own hands.the place needs alot of upgrating(dump)I guess this is the real Bahamas as the said

My teenage daughter and I were looking to get away for a combo birthday/vacation and ran across the Coral Harbour as an option. We both thought we wanted just a quiet place to stay to enjoy the beach mostly. We were pleased to find that here along with a super friendly staff! Everyone there made sure we were taken care of and wanted to make sure we were always enjoying our stay. They also provided plenty of information about where to go on the island. The evening bartender,[...], made my daughters birthday extra special by bringing a cake from home to celebrate her birthday. Can you getting any sweeter than that?? We rented a car and found it easy to move around the island to explore but were more than happy to return "home" to "our beach" to get away from the hussle and bussle. I couldn't ask for more out of a vacation and felt like I got a taste of everything the island had to offer and a home to come back to. I would definitely go back again!

Unfortunately the winter storm in the east hit on our last day on Paradise island and caused us to hunt for a new location. Unfortunately other than the friendly people,comfortable bed and clean sheets this place was not what we expected for 129.00. Room was in disrepair. kitchenette was really a microwave with no plates,cups,glasses or utensils.Not even a coffee pot,hence no cups even in the bathroom.paint was peeling from the wall.dresser drawers were hanging out, shower was a stall with a 2 inch drop in the middle where the drain was. leatherette couch had holes in it. patio screen would not close and some of the jalousie windows would not close to keep the noise out. fortunately it was quiet between midnight and 7am so we did get to sleep and left as soon as we could as our return flight to Baltimore was cancelled again and through our taxi driver we got a bahamian rate at the sheraton. I can not recomend this place unless you want to rough it and only sleep there and have a car. The beach was small and had one lounge chair and 2 hammocks, one of which collapsed when I started to sway in it. (the rope was nailed to the tree instead of tied.)In our 43 years of marriage and travel this was one of the worst places we have stayed at. The pictures on the website are not accurate except for the outside of their "villas"

Ranfurly Drive Coral Harbour New Providence

Coral Harbour Beach House And Villas places you 12 mi (19.4 km) from Fort Fincastle. This 14-room hotel has free breakfast along with conveniences like free in-room WiFi and free self parking. Cabbage Beach is 15 mi (24.1 km) from the hotel, which is on the beach.


Dining

Start your day off right with a free continental breakfast, served each morning from 8 AM to 11 AM. Enjoy a leisurely bite to eat at The Sand Bar, the hotel's onsite restaurant. Order from room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room.


Rooms

All 14 soundproofed rooms feature microwaves, refrigerators, and stovetops. Guests can expect free WiFi and flat-screen TVs with cable channels. Beds sport down comforters and bathrooms offer free toiletries. Coffee makers, free local calls, and safes are also standard.


Property features

Guests of Coral Harbour Beach House And Villas enjoy free WiFi in public areas, spa services, and a computer station. There's free parking and limo/town car service. The front desk is staffed 24 hours a day to help with tours/tickets and securing valuables. Other amenities at this beach hotel include express check-in, express check-out, and a terrace.

Room options

Studio, 1 Queen Bed, Balcony

Queen 1 | Sleeps 2

Studio, 1 King Bed, Balcony

King 1 | Sleeps 2

House, Beachside

King 1 | Full 2 | Sleeps 4

Villa, 1 Bedroom

King 1 | Sleeps 2

Guest reviews for Coral Harbour Beach House And Villas

Couples (17) Business (2) Family (3) Other (5) Friends (1)
1

worst place to stay

Couples

I was extremely disappointed with this hotel. The hotel is in a bad area and scary to stay at. it reminds me of a hotel in TJ Mexico. The woman at the office was a nice person, the resturand was awful took about 45 minutes to order and get food hamburger and cheese sandwich basically had to follow the waitress around to get served. Giant cockroaches in room we killed with shoe. The travel company involved should be ashamed to have them on there website and I should get a refund for lack of food and sleep due to this hotel.

By on Sep 22, 2015

2

scary

Singles

Scary area, didn't feel very safe. Had someone try to come in my room one night.

By on Aug 30, 2015

2

romantic getaway

Couples

My boyfriend and I went to Bahamas on a romantic getaway. This hotel was too far away from town. The beach here is beautiful and very peaceful. The place is really run down but if you're not big on luxury this is the place. The lady who is the bartender, cook, the housekeeper and the manager of the hotel was very nice. We enjoyed her company and the peacefulness of the place.

By on Apr 24, 2015

3

romantic getaway

Couples

Enjoy this private and quiet getaway with my husband. Close to the airport, food is pricey but the beach is nice and calming.

By on Jan 25, 2015

3

winter getaway

Couples

Conveniently located near the airport. Beautiful private beach to take quiet walks and watch the sunset. Do some grocery shopping before you get here and you'll need to rent a car if you would like to get downtown or just getting around. The food here is really good but very expensive! Need some updating but I enjoyed my stay.

By on Jan 25, 2015

5

vacation well worth it

Couples

Nice location, out of the way, nice view, would stay again.

By on Dec 24, 2014

1

unsafe, dirty, ill-maintained, hovel / den of iniquity

Singles

I do not typically leave reviews online but this place needs to be avoided so I am leaving this review. I needed to stay one night in Nassau due to a missed flight. I assumed this place would be OK at 3 stars and $133 a night, and could not have been more wrong. This place is an absolute sty. Only one of the five locks on the door worked (barely), only two lightbulbs in the room worked (one was in the closet). The plumbing was full of air, making the sink/shower/toilet sound like a machine gun. The drapes literally fell off the wall when I tried to open them. The place was generally dirty, and poorly maintained. There is a restaurant/bar attached to the place which you have to eat at unless you want to walk 20 - 30 minutes to the nearest market. This the bar and it's patrons are *extremely* shady, I was actually propositioned by a "lady of the night" within just ten minutes of sitting down there. I want to qualify, I am not a highly picky person who needs to be coddled and pampered, or prickles at the slightest inconvenience. I travel a lot, often to places that are considered unsafe and lack conveniences. This place is just genuinely a bad, bad place. Do not stay here: It is not safe, it is not clean, it is not comfortable and it is DEFINITELY not worth anywhere near $130/night. Stay Away. Additionally: highly suspicious that there are positive reviews of this place. It is a disaster.

By on Nov 18, 2013

1

very disappointed

Couples

This hotel was recommended by agent it was not acceptable!! There was no shuttle from airport and the room very third world. We were stuck because of arriving late and an early flight. the hotel did not have our reservation. The staff was friendly and the food and bar were fine. The room had indoor/outdoor carpet and was up a very steep flight of stairs. I will never use this again

By on Dec 30, 2012

4

perfect silent getaway!!!!!!!

Couples

My girlfriend and I just needed a rest after months without vacation. We found this quiet place on earth that almost satisfied all our needs. Nice people,nice room and a private beach where we could chill without anyone next to us. If we had any kind of questions or demand everyone was very polite and assist us with everything. You definitely need to rent a car if you want to stay in corral harbour to go out to have dinner or knowing a little bitt of nassau, as the resort is pretty much disconnected with the rest of the island.Taxis are expensive and the food in the restaurant at the resort was nice but way to expensive. All in all Corral Harbor Beach Resort provided us with all things that we needed to have a perfect holiday.

By on Aug 10, 2012

4

depends what you want

BusinessTravelers

If you want to be "Vegas like" and pay anywheres from $250 - $700 per night and live in a hotel that is just like vegas then paradise island or Nassau is for you. If you want good food, nice people, a place to relax, have a few drinks and peace and quiet then this hotel is for you. The water is nice there and you can walk out quite a ways.My advice is to rent a car and that is cheap here. This way you can drive all over and take advantage of coral harbour yet still see the rest of New Providence with no problems at all.

By on Jun 7, 2012