Island Resort and Golf Club is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Freeport, offering many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Close to some of Freeport's most popular landmarks, such as Cooper's Castle (2.3 mi) and Port Lucaya Marketplace (3.1 mi), Island Resort and Golf Club is a great destination for tourists.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Island Resort and Golf Club offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator.
Guests of Island Resort and Golf Club are also welcome to enjoy a pool and a lounge, located on site. For travellers arriving by car, free parking is available.
Guests of Island Resort and Golf Club can find some great restaurants a short walk from the hotel, including Livity Vegetarian Take-Out & Juice Bar (0.7 mi), Cruzin' Cafe (0.7 mi), and Bertha's Blue Dinghy (1.0 mi).
During your visit, be sure to check out a popular history museum like The Junkanoo Museum of The Bahamas, which is a short distance from the hotel.
Enjoy your stay in Freeport!
this place is closed due to hurricane storm damage.i stayed here ever year for over 30 years. I'm very sad to say I will no longer enjoy my oasis in the sun.I am sorry for all the people who worked there for do many years are out of a good job
It's difficult to give a high rating to a hotel in Freeport that is not on the beach! While the rooms are dated, ours was clean and very spacious. Staff are great, and if you take advantage of the free bus service to Island Sea Resort, you can get the beach experience. There are scheduled grocery runs, just be prepared for the high prices. There is also an orientation explaining some of the activities that you can participate in to enjoy the local culture. We took advantage of the bon fire. By attending (very non-pressure) time share presentations at other locations, we were able to attend some other excursions at no cost. While many people encourage renting a car, we found the free bus transfers and paying for taxi's to work for us. On our first day we saw two accidents, likely the result of Americans not being familiar with driving on the left hand side of the road. …
I don't agree with another reviewer saying it's a roach motel, sure it's not the Waldorf Astoria Hotel, it's a simple hotel. I know what a roach motel is believe me I checked into one in Vallejo, California and checked out 5 minutes later. The staff are really friendly, Stacy, Nettie made us feel at home. Had some problems with the A/C but it was fixed quickly, the extra charge for electricity was $25 but reduce to $20 due to initial problem. I thought there was no wi-fi since I did not see anywhere this mentioned but there is and I clocked it to 10 Mbps download, 0.60 Mbps upload. As others mentioned there is nothing in walking distance, your better off renting a car (used my gps). Be sure to have them contact you with the tour agent Michael, he really is an all around great guy. Friendly, always concerned that you get the best experience out of your stay in the Bahamas.…
just bought a few souveniers and browsed ..enjoyed weather and scenery.was first stop on a 4 day cruise out of jacksonville fla..was very lovely..my 4th cruise i took my 14year old granddaughter --she loves cruising...going again next year...
It is a small resort and yes the golf club is no longer there due to hurricane. No it is nota 5 star resort, but the staff and the people make up for the rest. The first day in people made us feel at home. Michael is awesome and Stacy will do whatever she can to help make your stay comfortable. We had a blast there and you don't have to go far to do anything you want. We would stay there again, because the people are so friendly. The rooms are spacious 2 bedrooms with a full bath in both bedrooms. Kitchen is good size and the dining area and living room area. It is the only heated pool on the island. Very quiet and relaxing at the resort.