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Pelican Bay Hotel, hotel in Freeport

Just 984 feet from a white-sand beach, Pelican Bay Hotel features 3 outdoor pools, lush gardens and a bar-restaurant overlooking Bell Channel Harbor.

The location was good for my purposes. The room was quite nice, with a comfortable bed and adequate seating options. Nice strong shower.
Scored 8.6
8.6
Rated excellent
Excellent
258 reviews
Price from$189per night
Royal Islander Hotel, hotel in Freeport

Offering free WiFi, this tropical hotel features an outdoor pool with seating and rooms with large windows and views of the pool or garden.

Everything
Scored 6.7
6.7
Rated pleasant
Pleasant
160 reviews
Price from$82per night
Bell Channel Inn Hotel, hotel in Freeport

This Freeport, Bahamas hotel offers on-site an outdoor pool. Some rooms feature a balcony with a Port Lucaya view. Free parking, WiFi and welcome drink are offered.

Great having restaurant at hotel.
Scored 7.6
7.6
Rated good
Good
95 reviews
Price from$119per night
Flamingo Bay Hotel & Marina, hotel in Freeport

This island hotel and marina, in Freeport, Bahamas, is just 200 yards from Taino Beach and the Caribbean Sea. It offers free Wi-Fi access and bright rooms with cable TV.

Beach a,pool and restaurant
Scored 7.6
7.6
Rated good
Good
24 reviews
Price from$135per night
Bajamar Your Second Home Guest Property, hotel in Freeport

Bajamar Your Second Home Guest Property in Freeport provides accommodations with a garden, a terrace, and a shared lounge. The homestay is 1.8 miles from Coral Beach.

Everything was perfect! A beautiful place! Super nice staff!
Scored 9.5
9.5
Rated exceptional
Exceptional
52 reviews
Price from$90per night
Dolphin Cove, hotel in Freeport

Dolphin Cove is a 36-apartment hotel with four different suite types to choose from.This adult only property offers two outdoor pools. on site fine dinning restaurant and a private marina.

Unit is well appointed, clean and has nice individual touch via welcome note with my name on the table / great grounds, with an awesome steak and seafood restaurant on property. One stop shop for working visitor or tourist!
Scored 8.9
8.9
Rated excellent
Excellent
133 reviews
Price from$175per night
Ocean Reef Yacht Club & Resort, hotel in Freeport

Featuring a free fitness center, Ocean Reef Yacht Club & Resort offers accommodations in Freeport.

I liked the conveyance of everything. .
Scored 8.1
8.1
Rated very good
Very Good
209 reviews
Price from$147per night
Viva Fortuna Beach by Wyndham, A Trademark All Inclusive, hotel in Freeport

Located 19-minutes from downtown Freeport, Bahamas, this beautiful resort is set on a private beach of the Atlantic Ocean.

The front desk clerk was very helpful and attentive.
Scored 6.9
6.9
Rated pleasant
Pleasant
292 reviews
Price from$237.38per night
Castaways Resort and Suites, hotel in Freeport

Offering free shuttle to and from Taino Beach, this Grand Bahama resort is located in downtown Freeport. It features an on-site gym, a poolside bar and grill, and free Wi-Fi.

All Staff was friendly and helpful.
Scored 6.7
6.7
Rated pleasant
Pleasant
116 reviews
Price from$67.64per night
Lighthouse Pointe at Grand Lucayan Resort, hotel in Freeport

Featuring free WiFi, a spa center and a year-round outdoor pool, this property offers accommodations in Freeport.

Beautiful resort - pool and beach are top notch. Bartenders, lifeguards, DJ are phenomenal! Had an AC issue and they moved us to a suite for the last night which was great!
Scored 7.8
7.8
Rated good
Good
46 reviews
Price from$436per night
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What Guests Said About Freeport:

  • Scored 8.0
    8.0

    Freeport is very quiet and calm place.

    Freeport is very quiet and calm place. You will feel they’re like in the small village, far from the city. Many beautiful beaches where you can be totally alone. If you want to explore the island, definitely you will need to rent a car, there are not many taxi services in the city. Also be prepared, that there are not many bars or restaurants and the shops (grocery stores) are opened until 8pm during the week days
    rtoip
    Poland
  • Scored 6.0
    6.0

    Freeport is not very interesting from a touristic point of...

    Freeport is not very interesting from a touristic point of view. It provides major opportunities for grocery shopping and dining, but lacks other shopping facilities and other sights. Freeport has been suffered from multiple hurricanes, that hurt the island very much. You can see a lot of scars everywhere.
    Oliver
    Germany
  • Scored 6.0
    6.0

    The pine forests were partially destroyed by Hurricane...

    The pine forests were partially destroyed by Hurricane Dorian, which flooded the island and the sea salt ended up drying the trees, which turns out to be an interesting phenomenon to observe. The all-inclusive hotels on the island are very good and the beaches are beautiful.
    Mari Carmen
    Brazil
  • Scored 10
    10

    Beautiful city and very clean Island. Beaches are pristine.

    Beautiful city and very clean Island. Beaches are pristine. The local activities like Fish Fry are a great experience. Port Lucaya Marketplace is a nice entertainment hub with lots of restaurants and bars.
    A
    Anonymous
  • Scored 10
    10

    I love the wide variety of activities that are offered in...

    I love the wide variety of activities that are offered in Freeport.The Port Lucaya area was very relaxing.I loved the Pelican Bay Resort.My favourite place for meals was Zorbas,which was very close to the resort.
    Vernincha
    Bahamas
  • Scored 10
    10

    For the absolute best fishing in Freeport go with Les from...

    For the absolute best fishing in Freeport go with Les from Lil B’s Fishing. Very reasonably priced. Perfect for beginners or advanced. We caught a 4 ft Barracuda one day. Head to Port Lucya it needs all the love it can get. Give the ladies in the straw market some business. They have had it tough since the two hurricanes & lockdown
    Jennifer
    Ireland

Explore guest reviews of hotels in Freeport

  • From $436 per night
    Scored 7.8
    7.8
    Rated good
    Good
     · 46 reviews
    This hotel is amazing considering the affects of storm Dorian and the impact it has had on the island. The location is exceptional the pool the sea are just amazing. Staff were welcoming and friendly. It was very quiet with day passengers from cruise ships and it was out of season. food choices for me personally were a bit limited but as the number of people arriving increased them by offering buffet options which provided more choice. However the table service meal quality in terms of presentation and heat of food were much better.
    Sheila Hendy
    United Kingdom
  • From $90 per night
    Scored 9.5
    9.5
    Rated exceptional
    Exceptional
     · 52 reviews
    I had a pleasant stay at this place. The hosts are so lovely and helpful. It was the best way to stay in Freeport for me. I got all the information I needed, I had really nice talks, I got the best recommendations of local people and they organised many things for me. When I will come back one day, it will be that place for sure.
    NicoleSattler
    Germany
  • From $90.20 per night
    Scored 6.7
    6.7
    Rated pleasant
    Pleasant
     · 160 reviews
    The potential of the hotel. Its a great place and has great facilities - just needs a bit of TLC - you could double your profits!!!!!
    john
    Spain
  • From $512.01 per night
    Scored 6.9
    6.9
    Rated pleasant
    Pleasant
     · 292 reviews
    The hotel is very pleasant and the outdoor spaces are awsome.
    Alizee
    France
  • From $224.53 per night
    Scored 8.6
    8.6
    Rated excellent
    Excellent
     · 258 reviews
    The hotel overall is very good.
    J
    JEAN
    United States of America