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Green Turtle Club

At a Glance

    Pros

  • excellent on-site restaurants for casual or fine dining
  • easy access to great beaches
  • personalized service

    Cons

  • if you're looking for Bahamian casual, this isn't it
  • golf cart or boat is essential to explore the island

Green Turtle Club Review

The longstanding colonial tradition and tone of casual refinement continues at this well-known resort. Cheerful yellow cottages are scattered up a hillside amid lush trees and shrubs. Villa accommodations have decks overlooking the water and docks for rental boats; poolside rooms are more formal, furnished with mahogany Queen Anne–style furniture, gleaming hardwood floors, and Oriental rugs. Breakfasts and lunches are served on a screened, terra-cotta-tile patio, but it's dinner under the harbor-view dining room's chandeliers that makes the club shine. The modern 40-slip marina makes it easy to dock your boat out front, and in a 10-minute walk you can be bonefishing in Coco Bay or lying on the secluded Atlantic Ocean beach. If you need anything else, the accommodating hotel staff can arrange it.

    Hotel Details

  • 24 rooms, 2 suites, 8 villas.
  • Credit cards accepted.
  • Closed Labor Day–Oct.
Updated: 07-12-2013

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