Scale of 90-100
Stylish family-run beach retreat on a 96-acre island accessed by ferry from Staniard Creek. Lodgings (for a maximum of 75 guests) comprise West Indian-style bungalows, cottages and villas; no in-room phones or televisions. All come with personal golf carts, except for Marina Rooms. Cottage Suites feature peaked ceilings, wide verandas and a traditional island-style décor with sisal matting, white cotton-covered armchairs and dark wood furniture. Overwater spa with glass floor panels, freshwater pool with adjacent grill restaurant, tennis courts, three miles of private beach and atmospheric Great House with bar. (Wi-Fi in Pineapple House reception area only.) World-class bonefishing, biking, kayaking and snorkeling. Closed end of August to November.
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End-of-the-world atmosphere despite proximity to Nassau; exceptionally comfortable and distinctive accommodations.
Very little, though the public areas can be rather dark.
Good to Know
This resort will appeal to fishermen and non-fishermen alike; arrange a helicopter or seaplane transfer, as the local roads and scheduled air services are dire.
Kamalame Cay Features:
- Big game fishing
- Children welcome
- Fitness center
- Private airstrip
- Room service
Average Mid-High Season Rates (including taxes):
Beach Suite, $950 (meal plan available).
Daily continental breakfast basket served in room; Homemade cookie delivery; Personal golf cart (except marina rooms); Molton Brown toiletries; Wi-Fi; Laundry service; Use of sporting equipment
Learn more about Kamalame Cay:
In order to offer you the highest level of service, online booking is currently not available. Please call Andrew Harper Travel at (800) 375-4685, or contact the hotel directly, for reservations.