Private Beach, Paradise Island
|Per week||$4,200 - $7,950|
Snorkeling reefs are right outside the patio area , private beach located at west side and pool is awaiting for guests .
The unit is located in perfect area , about walking distance for two finest restaurants at beach , one offers fresh seafood & another offers large variety of Pizza . With in minutes distance , go shopping , gym and restaurants .
The Public Jitneys buses comes regularly to 2 super markets , finest restaurants , casinos, local shops and luxurious hotels , about 2 miles road else any where at Island to 6 p.m . Paradise Island and the Nassau Town-Center are located at 15minutes short distance .
Perfect for business trips or holidays , the water front house is conveniently located close to restaurants , shopping , golfing and other major attractions . About 4 en-suite bedrooms that accommodate 17 guests .
Helene St Tropez
|Jan 06 2013||Aug 31 2013||-||-||$4,950||-||3 nights|
|Sep 01 2013||Sep 30 2013||-||-||$4,200||-||3 nights|
|Oct 01 2013||Dec 17 2013||-||-||$4,950||-||3 nights|
|Dec 18 2013||Jan 05 2014||-||-||$7,950||-||1 week|
|Payment Options: Visa, Mastercard|
|Other Fees: Cleaning: $55 , $20/ day/person over 10 persons occupancy|
June 5, 2012
Where do I begin. A/C didn't work, no hot water, zero water pressure, and some sort of infestation - not sure if they were bed bugs or sand fleas or whatever, but it has now been three weeks since our visit and there are still bites on my legs and feet. The "manager" of the property was impossible to get in contact with. We attempted to set up a meeting with here multiple times, but she was "unable to make it". Instead, we spoke with her daughter whom was staying next door. This young lady was rude, condescending and seemingly could not care less about our experience. They did send over some plumbers to work on the hot water and water pressure, but the fix was less than satisfactory. The A/C was never fixed. This place looks great on the website and in the pictures online, but upon arriving, we quickly realized that the pictures don't tell the whole story. The 'amenities' we non-existent. We had to buy toilet paper, hand soap, garbage bags, etc. All the things you expect to be there when you pay over $7,000 for a place to stay. And, for the icing on the cake, they refused to give back our damage deposit. The door knob at the main entrance was broken, which we were blamed for, and apparently some mystery lamp was also damaged. Somehow this equalled $800. I guarantee not one of the cheap furnishings in this place is worth close to $800. It was just a scam to keep our damage deposit. After returning, we found a review on another website telling a very similar story to ours, right down to the stolen deposit money. These scam artists will not be in business for long, but until they are run out of town, do NOT give them a single dollar. Go to the Hilton, go to Atlantis, go anywhere but this place. Sea Club is a SCAM. My girlfriend and I ended up getting a hotel for the last two days, even though we had already payed to stay at the Sea Club - it was that bad.