by Hilarey Wojtowicz
With 694 guestrooms and 32 suites, the Melia Nassau Beach Resort (formerly the Sheraton Nassau Beach Resort) offers families a great vacation spot in the Bahamas. Located on a 1,000-foot stretch of sugar-white sand, with stunning ocean views from every angel, this beachfront resort has something for everyone. Guestrooms and suites come equipped with double, queen or king beds, flat-screen TV’s and free in-room Internet. Family-friendly activities include beach and water sports like volleyball and snorkeling, bingo and live music. The Kids Club is for children 5 to 12 and has a pool table, basketball hoop and flat-screen TV’s. The club hosts parties and themed activities on a daily basis from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Babysitting is also available for parents looking for a little more alone time in the evenings. There are five onsite bars and restaurants which range from buffet-style to a la carte menus with flavors to fit every palate. The Melia Nassau Beach Resort also has room service, airport shuttle service, laundry and ironing service, towel service, a spa and gift shop.
Our Editor Loves
- Located on Nassau's Cable Beach
- All-inclusive rates available
- Kids' club
- Children Programs
- Family Room 5+
- Onsite Dining
Very inconsistent service and food. Hotel was out of many items on menus. Hard to get a reservation at some of the restaurants, very thin walls (pray you are not in a room next to a screaming baby). Good location, nice beach area. Currently doing a lot of construction so appearance is lacking.
After the nonsense my husband and I went through in April 2018 for my daughters wedding, my brother in law and his wife booked the Melia and asked us to go. This time we had a nice room on the 4th floor with a view and close to their room. I’ll never say anything bad about the staff they go above and beyond shout out to Monique Cavan Patrick shaniska sheryle. All great. Breakfast and lunch was great always found something plus had the grill outside. Dinner at buffet was disgusting thank god we had reservations for most nights. We were told numerous times it was slow season that’s why dinner buffet had hardly anything on it. Was glad to have bohemian night to finally get bohemian food like conch chowder conch fritters and othe bohemian foods but the food consisted of left over lunch foods. We complained so our waitress got the food manager who in turn got the restaurant manager Antonecia sweeting. We explained how we paid $4000.00 dollars per couple and that sure as hell wasnt slow season prices and if that was the case the hotel should state that in the ads and inform travel agents so other people don’t get taken like we did. I admit we love the staff but manager really needs to make changes also we paid for patio room but due to renovations we were put on 4th floor