See why so many travellers make Freeport Resort & Club their resort of choice when visiting Freeport. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a budget friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Freeport Resort & Club is a budget friendly resort offering a kitchenette and air conditioning in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as public wifi is offered to guests.
Plus, guests can enjoy a pool, which has made this a popular choice among travellers visiting Freeport. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Freeport, Freeport Resort is located a short distance from Cooper's Castle (2.3 mi) and Port Lucaya Marketplace (3.1 mi).
While you’re here, be sure to check out Livity Vegetarian Take-Out & Juice Bar, one of the delis that can be found in Freeport, which is a short distance from Freeport Resort & Club Hotel.
Looking to explore? Then look no further than Leo's Art Gallery, which is a popular Freeport art gallery – and it is conveniently located a short distance from the resort.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Freeport Resort & Club as you experience all of the things Freeport has to offer.
Had an amazing time here meet some lovely people and the environment was very clean. Would definitely come back. Really needed a good day out as just been quite down lately and today has really cheered me up.
After finding Nassau very unsavory I almost didn’t get off the ship in Freeport. Very glad I did. Very warm friendly people the area was clean and well kept. Took a Jeep tour, those people were really fun and attentive. Enjoyed my visit there
The utmost leisure ever. Friendly people. Peaceful resort- lots of activities and dining choices. Food and shopping galore along with endless beach fun and water activities. Whether you want to sit poolside dipping your toes or beachside fully submerged in the sun and water.... find your perfect and private spot to just chill and relax.
Excellent service. Very helpful and accommodating staff. Rooms well maintained, very clean. Good value for money. Centrally located. Short drive to main attractions including restaurants. Property is a hideaway and this adds to it's charm and character
This resort is out of the popular spots of Freeport. The resort is older, but comfortable. The bed was comfortable, the sofa bed was not a comfortable one and the fold away bed was ok. There were 5 adults in our party and the condo was easily large enough for 5 adults. If you do not have a vehicle, the resort van takes you to the grocery store Sunday morning and Wednesday morning. The van will also take you to Lucaya but you must take a jitney or or a taxi back to the resort. I have to say that this was one of my favorite vacations because we did not have a vehicle and went everywhere together. The resort was pretty deserted. We were the only people at the pool, so it felt like our own private pool. The pool area was well landscaped and clean. The only food that is delivered to the resort is Dominos and it is not a great pizza. We did a lot of our own cooking and ate by the pool on the covered patio area. It was a great vacation because our family spent all of our time together talking, playing games and exploring the island together. Paco the Macaw is very fun. He loves peanuts and although when you walk up to his cage he acts like he will take your finger off, he ever so gently takes a peanut from you without ever touching your fingers. He is very fun. All in all we liked the resort.…
The people were very friendly and helpful.The room was fair ,but the bathroom wasn't working proper.The plumber came in two days tried to fix it but no-go.I went to customer service the first day and the girl at the desk would not do anything,acting kind of rude.On the second day wife went for a shower and saw mould around the tub.I went down to the service-desk again and I spoke with a nice man,told him about the mould &the leaking toilet for the second day and he moved us A.S.A.P.On the third day the power went out at app. 7p.m.& on the whole resort and came back on app.10p.m.On the fifth day the phone did not work all day.
This is an older resort a good distance from the beaches but a free daily ride is available to a really nice beach. Free rides are also available to a grocery store. The beds are comfortable and the kitchen is well-equipped. The 2 bedroom unit I was in has a Jack and Jill bathroom with a tub and a shower. The resort is kept very clean as is the pool and hot tub. The employees were all friendly and helpful. Wifi is available in the pool area and in the office, where 2 computers are available for guest use. A phone is available in the office as well at the rate of 10 minutes for $2. The resort charged an "Energy Fee" of $43 for the week as energy is more expensive there than in the U.S. He resort has a tennis court and a basketball setup. Bottom line is that I would stay there again.…
After several moves and new job starts (I am a travel RN), I needed a vacation. We arrived mid week and there were only two other couples in the whole resort. We had big and small bugs in our unit. There is nothing with in walking distance. $14 for taxi one way into town. The resort did not offer anything. We even had to pay for towels to use. It was nice being there alone. We could use pool and hot tub whenever we liked. Everything here was outdated and dirty. Does look like they are trying to renovate. Overall, would not recommend and I will not be staying there again.
We went to what we thought was the Bahamas and being from a tourist location ourselves we were looking for nothing more then spending our holidays as a close family enjoying the national parks..... We were transferred over from one resort that we were staying at until our timeshare opened at Freeport Resort. They make it sound beautiful and look beautiful.... It is far from either. It is secluded and very far from and real life of the Bahamas. Not a problem be got there and decided to make the best of it and went grocery shopping and bought all we would need for our Christmas dinner ( prime rib and all the fixings) packed our bags to go the the national park the next day and went to sleep. When we were awaken at 2 am from a HUGE fight going on all in the native dialect and a women crying hysterically. I asked my husband to bring out 4 year old son out into the living room to protect him as the fight was going on outside our bedroom window and we were unsure if a body was going to come flying through or bullets. I went to the " front desk" to get help..... NO SECURITY!!!! I sat by the pool for reception and called my mother in law in the states and asked her to call delta immediately. This vacation was OVER! Not worth risking your safety. Clearly they have very little business so they allow locals to inhibit the empty apts. Packed my family and I called a cab and was out of there before dawn. There was no restaurant or bar that the speak of either. By far the worse experience of our lives. I will never use Interval International again because they still have this listed as a destination after they refunded my resort points but our daily was still out $4000 even after we got our return flight reimbursed by traveler insurance.…
We stayed here Memorial Day week and had the place to ourselves. A 50-unit resort and we were the ONLY guests for the entire week. We are not terribly social people, so didn't really have a problem with it. In fact, it added to our enjoyment because we had our pick of the pool chairs and management was very flexible as far as arranging transportation. Most of what I have read in the reviews is true. Whether it's good or bad depends upon your perspective. No, I would not hire Rochelle as a guest relations manager, but as a property manager she does a great job of keeping the place in good condition. Management must share this opinion because she has been there over 20 years. We also foujnd it is possible for her to be friendly once you get to know her and make the effort. Other staff members were friendly. There is security at night, but it is so low key you might not even see the guy making his rounds. The resort is out of the way, next to a residential neighborhood and a closed golf course. Very quiet with minimal traffic. There are 2 restaurants about a 1/4 mile away. Ruby Swiss is good for lunch and dinner with very reasonable prices. Silk Cafe is open for breakfast and lunch, but we didn't eat there. The Intenational Bazarr is about 3/4 mile away and not really worth the walk. We had dinner at the Flamingo Restaurant in the Castaways resort and found the selection sparser, the service slower and the prices higher than at Ruby Swiss. Rochelle will give you a lift to a large grocery in downtown that has everything you need, including alcohol. She'll also give you a ride to Taino Beach and back. We found the beach to be almost as deserted as the resort. Besides the beach, there is not much else to do. That was fine with us because we were after rest and relaxation. If you want a lot to do, then you need to go to a different island. All in all, it wasn't our favorite vacation spot, but it would be hard to find a place more quiet and peaceful.…