Treasure Cay Hotel Resort

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

Treasure Cay Road, Treasure Cay, Great Abaco Island, AB-22134, Caribbean
Treasure Cay Beach, Marina & Golf Resort
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86%

Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
40%
75
Very Good
30%
56
Average
16%
31
Poor
8%
15
Terrible
4%
9

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 26% less than similarly rated 3.5 star hotels

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Good For Couples
  • Families70
  • Couples74
  • Solo71
  • Business71

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TAXIS

by Wojtek_R

There is no public transport on Abaco. You must use a taxi or rent a car.

Sample prices

MH Airport -> Marsh Harbour $15
MH Airport -> Treasure Cay $60
TC Airport -> Treasure Cay $18
MH Airport -> Winding Bay resort $90

RENT A BOAT!! We stayed in...

by MariaF311

RENT A BOAT!! We stayed in Lubbers Quarters Cay in the ABACOS. We rented a boat for the week and visit the all the Cays around the area. We went to the 7th most Beautiful Beach in the World on Treasure Cay! The ocean! It was clear and so blue. You can see starfish clear as day. We had a barracuda that hung out at our dock. Every morning we got up for sunrise and feed the fish at our dock. It was nice to start the day that way. And at night, the only lights were the moon and stars....nice way to end the day!

The best beach in the Caribbean and lunch

by Wojtek_R about Coco Bar

The Coco Bar and Grill in Treasure Cay has a great beach, and is a good spot for a drink or lunch Cracked Conch is the best on the island here

Incredible abaco island!

by profuselycool

Green Turtle Cay- it is my favorite island in the Bahamas and probably the world. You can catch a flight to Treasure Cay from Miami or Ft. Lauderdale, and then take a short taxi to the docks, where you can get a 15 minute boat ride for around $5.

GTC is only 3 x 1 miles in dimension, so you can basically conquer the island in your rented golf cart in one day. Everything is so relaxed here (even moreso than elsewhere in the Caribbean.. if thats possible.) There are never more than 50 tourists on the island it seems, so everything is basically at your disposable. There are tons of great beaches crammed on this tiny island, the best being Gillam Bay, which is at the southern tip and near the old downtown. Head to Sundowners or Pineapples for a nightcap, a view of the incredible sunset, and some friendly conversation with the eccentric locals. If you're going to the Abacos, GTC is a must

Treasure Cay, Abaco, The Bahamas

by LostViking

"The Beach at Treasure Cay"

The beach at Treasure Cay is among the best I have ever visited. It wraps around the warm shallow turquoise water in a crescent shape and is made out of fine almost white sand. The water is so shallow that you can walk out for what seems like forever...so it's a great place for kids or others who’s swimming skills may be suspect. There are very few rocks, most as you just enter the water.
Treasure Cay is a sleepy nearly undiscovered resort community where many Americans own little beach 'villas' that they only use sparingly and then rent out to visitors. Right by the beach is a great little bar/restaurant (The Cocoa Bar) where you can buy conch fritters and Gumbay Smashes (a gotta have Rum drink).
Unlike some Caribbean people, the Bahamans are generally friendly and relaxed with tourists and you will quickly feel comfortable at Treasure Cay.

"Nightlife and Restaurants"

Treasure Cay is a quite area for the most part, but families and older travelers might want to avoid it during "Spring Break" in the U.S., when rowdy co-eds and frat boys briefly invade its tranquil shores.
Not much in the way of Nightlife and restaurants. "The Tipsy Seagull”, located at the Marina, is the only bonified bar during the evenings - it features a sheltered out-of-doors location and often has live music.
The predominant eatery is "The Spinnaker", also located near the Marina. The food here is generally good, but overpriced. Most "residents" and many visitors prefer to make their meals at home in their beach villa or rented Condo. But the "Spinnaker" is good for an occasional no-cooking-evening.

"Other Attractions and Activities"

Getting around the area is easy and I suggest you either rent a bike or a golf cart to get around. If you want to tour Abaco, I suggest you rent a vehicle in Treasure Cay instead of using local drivers as they can't wait around while you explore. I highly recommend local cabbies if you just want to go directly to and back from a given point on the island (local cabbies are also a font of great information).
Treasure Cay has a wonderful golf course if you are so inclined. Besides a round of golf, the course is also an excellent place to view birds (as a courtesy, ask permission at the club house first). Birders should also check out the marshy area right outside of the community gate, across from the church - excellent for egrets, herons and shorebirds during the right seasons.

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Treasure Cay BeachTreasure Cay Beach

Treasure Cay BeachTreasure Cay Beach

Golfing at the Treasure Cay CourseGolfing at the Treasure Cay Course

Beach chairs at the Treasure Cay Resort CommunityBeach chairs at the Treasure Cay Resort Community

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Address: Treasure Cay Road, Treasure Cay, Great Abaco Island, AB-22134, Caribbean