Fodor's Expert Review Hut Pointe Inn
Those looking for history and luxury will find much to like about this historic building constructed in 1944 by the first premier of The Bahamas, Sir Roland Symonette. The resort still maintains its historical charm while welcoming modern, eco-friendly additions like solar water heating, solar lights, energy-saving refrigerators, and an outdoor organic garden. Each guest room at the two-story limestone inn has a full kitchen, in-room safe, air-conditioning and a mahogany deck. It's a short walk to the beach.
- historic building
- eco-friendly amenities
- quiet and well-maintained property
- may be too remote for some
- not on beach
- 5–10 minutes from the town
Rate Includes: Closed Sept. and Oct.