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Compass Point Beach Resort

West Bay Street, Nassau New Providence Island
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#4 of 38 hotels in Nassau
Compass Point is a 1.5 acre celebration of bold imagination. Its 18 huts, made up of two-story cottages and single cabanas, glow with vivid Junkanoo colors. It is the perfect choice for guests who value simplicity, comfort, creativty and romance. Its restarunt is one of the few in Nassau where you can dine overlooking the ocean.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Outdoor pool
Free breakfast
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Poolside bar
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Private beach
Private balcony
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Flatscreen TV
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Ocean view
Non-smoking rooms
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Susan W wrote a review Yesterday
Aiken, South Carolina24 contributions
Had breakfast and supper which was delicious with stunning views on the patio dining area. Service was great as well. Helen at the front desk was extremely helpful and went that extra mile to help myself and my friend.
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Date of stay: February 2021Trip type: Travelled with friends
Melis Saint wrote a review Feb. 20
Brooklyn, New York49 contributions8 helpful votes
Beautiful resort. The photos on travel advisor or even my own don’t do it any justice. Things you should know... • if you’re an all inclusive person, this place is not for you • everything is as advertised in terms of “hut” • accommodations are rustic • staff were incredible • taxis can get expensive rent a car (at your own risk) • near the airport • love beach is amazing • kitchens close at 8pm, so make sure your dinners start at 6pm. • all pricing of your stay isn’t really upfront. When you check out, that is when you have these VAT fees which are pretty steep. When you book, you’re paying for your night stay and not the full reservation cost • continental breakfast is included however it’s a $40 dollar credit per room per morning. Menu starts at 11 bucks... somehow we managed to always spend over our stipend 🤷🏾‍♀️ • hospitality fee is included in your stay, so dont over tip but do add a little something extra if you want • i do think there needs to be some more upkeep in the rooms but not something that would stop me from staying there again.
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Date of stay: February 2021Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Tommy Reiser wrote a review Feb. 17
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We have just returned from another lovely stay there at Compass Point Beach Resort. This was our first time traveling since last March when the world turned upside down but at no point did we have any regrets once we arrived. Phillip and the rest of the staff were amazing and made us not only feel comfortable and safe but provided outstanding hospitality. The room was immaculate as always (we stayed in one of the huts along the ocean). The balcony doors open to one of the best views you’ll get anywhere. The sunset along Love Beach is phenomenal and the walk down to Nirvana to grab a Kalik became our late afternoon routine. There are obviously a number of great options to stay while in Nassau but something about this place is simply extra special and worth a visit.
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Date of stay: February 2021Trip type: Travelled on business
Jo Anna wrote a review Jul. 2020
42 contributions16 helpful votes
The energy there is amazing! During the Day and night also .. The view, the colorful place, the love beach that is next to it was stunning! The staff ,most of them polite and kind ! Really I could do the way back just for this !
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Date of stay: December 2019Trip type: Travelled with friends
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KaitlynK0033 wrote a review Mar. 2020
18 contributions6 helpful votes
This was my first time to the Bahamas, and I found about this hotel from Trip Advisor, so writing a review to pay it forward! After a lot of back and forth about staying at a resort like Baha Mar, we decided we aren't "reosrt people" and chose this colorful place. From the photo online, I reserved elevated hut #115. I was a little disappointed when we were handed the keys to room #113 (as the folks in 115 extended their stay) BUT that was quickly washed away when we arrived in our little purple-roofed hut. It is the closest to the beach- and let me tell you, this is literally a PRIVATE BEACH! I have never been to a private beach before, and I counted a family of 5 as the most crowded I saw it. Absolutely breath taking! The sound of the ocean is so loud and relaxing that I could not hear any other guests. It is truly the most relaxing vacation I have maybe ever had! If you are not a "resort person" and want a place that has unbeatable oceanfront views and no children, Compass Point is a must. I am already thinking about when my next vacation is to come back to #113! The pool area is nice and again so relaxing. They even brought us drinks out to where we were sitting. The restaurant is good and they have over 200 drinks! We barely made a dent- all delicious. Every staff member was so kind and friendly, and they helped us a lot with calling for taxi service when it was past the jitney time. Cheryl was the sweetest driver! Other times we rode the jitney which is a fun and easy experience. Bring cash and plenty of ones for your trip, as you will need $3 per couple per ride, and cash for taxis at other times (it was about $15 to nearby restaurants, and $20 to the airport). We had a blast with Stuart Cove's diving (another perk about Compass Point? Stuart Cove will provide transportation both ways, and you are the first/last stop at this resort! The Atlantis people had a bus ride longer than an hour!) We also did a day trip to Exumas and saw the pigs with Harbour Safaris and it was a lot of fun! Nearby good restaurants included Sapodilla (they provided us with transportation!), Blue Sail, Aquafire (walking distance), Nirvana Beach Bar (walk down the beach), and the Poop Deck. It was a blast and highly recommend this gem of a resort! All the locals we met talked about how they loved coming there to party but we were always too tired to enjoy any of the live music.
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Date of stay: March 2020
Room Tip: #113 is closest to the beach; elevated sea hut has two terraces and small kitchenette
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US$330 - US$459 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Frequently Asked Questions about Compass Point Beach Resort
Which popular attractions are close to Compass Point Beach Resort?
Nearby attractions include Jetline Simulation Bahamas (0.9 km), Love Beaches (0.8 km), and Ibiza Bahama (0.9 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Compass Point Beach Resort?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and a pool.
What food & drink options are available at Compass Point Beach Resort?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Compass Point Beach Resort?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Compass Point Beach Resort?
Conveniently located restaurants include Louis & Steen's New Orleans Coffeehouse, Studio Cafe, and Compass Point.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Compass Point Beach Resort?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Are there any historical sites close to Compass Point Beach Resort?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Queen's Staircase (14.3 km), Fort Charlotte (12.2 km), and Fort Fincastle (14.2 km).
Does Compass Point Beach Resort have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the ocean view available here.