Treasure Cay is best known for its 18-hole golf course, which Golf Digest frequently rates as the Bahamas' best, and its first-class 150-slip marina. The property has suites and town house–style accommodations set along the marina's boardwalk. Suites have full-size refrigerators, toaster ovens, and small dining counters; town houses have vaulted ceilings, spacious living–dining areas, modern kitchens, full and loft bedrooms, and balconies. The indoor-outdoor Spinnaker restaurant serves Bahamian and continental cuisine. A more casual, kid-friendly option is Thursday-night pizza at the Tipsy Seagull poolside bar and grill, also a popular happy-hour destination, and there's live music and dancing three times a week. The resort can arrange fishing, diving, and island excursions.
Treasure Cay Marina, Treasure Cay, Great Abaco Island, Bahamas
May 7, 2012
Good location and a beautiful beach. Do not expect much in the amenity department. The linens are old and we had a lot of biting bugs in our unit. The staff is expetionally nice! I would recommend renting a car out of the airport not the village. What out for poisonwood on the island. It's not marked but you will regret it if you run into it!