A short walk west of downtown Nassau, within a cluster of other cost-conscious hotels that include both the El Greco and the Quality Inn, this hotel lies across busy West Bay Street from the relatively narrow confines of Junkanoo Beach (also known as Lighthouse Beach or the Western Esplanade). Though not as dramatic as Cable Beach, a few miles west, it's a safe urban beach with tranquil waters and a lot of shells. This place is a good value for those who don't demand particularly attentive service and who don't want to pay the higher prices charged by the more deluxe hotels along Cable Beach. Bedrooms are outfitted in a standard motel style, most with a view of Nassau Harbour, and come with extras you don't always find in a moderately priced choice, such as alarm clocks, two-line phones, and desks.
- © Frommer's 2013
User Reviews for Nassau Palm Resort
Basic and bearable
Stayed for several nights around SCUBA trips -- not a great hotel. Showing its age, but it was clean. Had 3 separate rooms over 2.5 weeks, all with their own issues (missing showerhead,...
- posted on 11.03.12
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