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Eleuthera and Harbour Island Hotels

The Landing

  • Joke

  • Sunset

  • The Lone Tree (Disclaimer... no longer there :( )

  • Harbour Island Beach

  • Muy Buena cocina


  • Chic and comfortable rooms
  • Glorious outdoor shower
  • Acclaimed dining


  • 10 am check-out time
  • Limited hotel services
  • Not on the beach

Updated 07/12/2013

Fodor's Review

Spare white walls and crisp white linens evoke a timeless, understated chic at the Landing, which is acclaimed as much for its singular style as for its superb cuisine. Each of its seven intimate guest rooms is simply decorated in a colonial plantation style in the Captain's House, built in 1820, and the main house, built in 1800. Want a memorable harbor view? An antique telescope peers out of a lookout nook from the Attic Room, which also has a gleaming white bathroom

complete with a sumptuous white chaise lounge. Soothe yourself in the garden's tranquil pool when you're beached out—and don't miss the sybaritic outdoor shower, cleverly designed around the roots of an ancient fig tree.

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Hotel Information


Bay St., Dunmore Town, Harbour Island, Bahamas

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Hotel Details:

  • Credit cards accepted
  • Closed Oct.
  • 12 rooms
  • No meals

Updated 07/12/2013


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Feb 23, 2005

Huge Disappointment

The Landing was a huge disappointment - except for the restaurant, which was one of the best anywhere (worth the trip to the island alone). What once might have been old and charming is now just old. In our room, the paint was cracking, peeling and dribbled on the hardwood floors; the bathroom was moldy with ants and no shower heads (which when asked about was explained as normal wear and tear!); there were no dressers to put your clothes in; and

the grounds were rundown (dying shrubs and palm trees, dirty courtyards with the view of a old furniture from our window, and ripped and rain stained couches on the outside sitting area). Our white linens were stained and red Ralph Lauren beach towels had big white bleach stains. The reality of the hotel was much different than what we read  including this Fodors review.

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