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Bahamas/Sandals

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Hi all. I'm heading to Sandals/Bahamas in two weeks. I'm accompanying my husband on his company's President's Club trip. I have a few questions I'm hoping you all could help me with:
(1) I have one day free from 9-4 while my husband is in meetings. What is the nicest beach within a mile or so of Sandals? I've heard the Radisson's beach is very nice. Is it open to the public? Is the Sandals private island nice? (I've ready such varying opinions about Sandals) How does getting to the private island work - is there regularly scheduled ferry service there?
(2) Is there anything else very close to Sandals that's worth checking out? I'm the type who likes to explore when we go somewhere and not just sit on the beach in the same spot all day. (BTW, we were in Atlantis 2 years ago, so I'd want to do something other than going there. Plus, I don't want to travel too far away).
(3) Our itinerary indicates two nights we are free to make our own dinner arrangements, but warned some restaurants may require reservations. Is this something I should make before we leave? And what are the good restaurants there?
Thanks, all. Tell me the good and bad, I know there are strong opinions on Sandals out there!

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