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Forget the real world and enjoy some R&R, Bahamian style, at the Grand Lucayan. This 372-acre resort, located on Freepor
Forget the real world and enjoy some R&R, Bahamian style, at the Grand Lucayan. This 372-acre resort, located on Freeport's Lucaya Beach, has everything your heart could want during a Caribbean getaway.With a golf course, three amazing pools, Las Vegas-style gaming and a spa, you'll never want to leave.
"Room was comfortable, great pool and ocean view
Breakfast buffet was great, good value for the money.
Dinner value is better @ off-site locations." – harrison
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May 11, 2013
Fun, relaxing and convient
Had a beautiful view from our nice ocean front 5th floor room. The staff very friendly and helpful. They had a good breakfast buffet for $12. Did not try any other hotel restaurants. There is plenty of eating options across the street at the Lucayan market place. Plenty of shops, bars, eats and an outdoor bandstand and dancing. It was kind of quiet there in the Bahamas, the slow economy has affected their number of tourists. They had the cleanest beaches and great snorkeling. I would go back.
GL is a wonderful resort that if they work on some of the small detail stuff will be an amazing resort!! Wish the local vendors were not allowed to harass u while u are trying to relax on the beach. If I wanted to shop I would be over in the market not lying on a beach. And a simple no thk u was NOT enough!! They were pushy and harassing to the point of be overwhelming at points. The food is just average in the whole island not just GL. The only other problem is the pics advertise the pool as being crystal blue water. It's a murky green color. Odd. But swam in it fine. Def recommend doing once and def stay at GLR but myself would prob only return if I were going to UNEXSO again. Other than that not with the hassle IMO.
It was raining the day we arrived and the next day as well but it was still a good vacation! The last 2 days the sun was shining and the pool and beach were amazing! Enjoyed coconut drinks in the square, great food (especially at Greek restaurant that serves everything). The asian restaurant on the hotel premises was superb though one of the hostesses could use an attitude adjustment...while we were waiting for our food another couple came in around 10pm and she advised they were no longer seating and it was too late for them to be eating anyway, ummm, who tells vacationing people it's too late to eat?! Rude...
We went to the Spa on the last day for a couples massage that was absolutely amazing. Very cute area and glad I was able to visit. But be prepared the vendors don't play on trying to sell everything, you could lose your mind from everyone calling to you or trying to pull on you...
If you're looking for a place where you can go and relax by the beach and simply decompress, Grand Lucayan is a great pick! My girlfriend and I went for four days and three nights which was a perfect length of stay.
This really is a place to just grab a book or a drink and hang out by the water. The pools are gorgeous and beach is white sand, clear green water and not crowded at all! However if you're looking for more adventurous activities there isn't a ton to do beyond the pool and beach, so be prepared.
The Churchill restaurant offers stunning views of the water and very tasty menu options. It's higher end but not off-the-charts expensive. I had the lobster risotto and tiramisu with lobster bique for a starter and was very pleased. Most of the other restaurants were closed for renovations. We had some great pizza the next night at a restaurant right across the street in the Port Lucaya shopping center.
The room service was hit or miss. They made my girlfirend a decent club sandwich with fries but the penne alfredo with chicken wasn't anything to write home about. I also called them on a Saturday during lunch to place a room service order but they were closed, despite listing hours between 11 am and 11 pm.
The staff was friendly and helpful and did everything with a smile. The only trouble we could see with service was that when the cruise came in, there seemed to be some long wait times to check in.
Still, as far as travel convenience for those flying in from the U.S., it doesn't get much easier. The flight from Miami takes less than an hour and the Freeport Airport is so easy. There was no line for customs to get into Bahamas, and they actually cleared us through U.S. customs in Bahamas on the way back, so we didn't have to wait in line at the Miami Airport.
I definitely plan on coming back in the future for a long weekend getaway!
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resort taxes and departure taxes and fees8 answers
when i book the vacation package air and hotel r all the taxes and fees in the finish price
1 year, 23 months ago
the resort taxes and fees are included in the package price, however, you'll want to check with your airline to see if the departure taxes are included.
yes if you buy the transportation from the airport to the hotel
Yes, just follow all instructions by Cheapcaribbian.com......x all the right boxes to make sure all is included in your payment. All you have to worry about is how big and heavy your checked in luggage is. That will be the only thing you'll find out at the last minute what it will cost, per the weight. (which I am sure you know all about)
Yes, but I still wouldn't go there. Read my review that will be posted soon.
Yes, the price you pay for the trip includes all taxes and fees.
Yes they were all included in my trip.
what's the beach like?6 answers
Is the beach good for swimming/snorkeling? Are the waves gentle or rough? Is it safe for kids to wade in?
1 year, 18 months ago
This resort has a beautiful beach, 7.5 acres of beautiful white sand . The water is very swimmable with generally gentle surf. It is perfect for all water sports, including swimming and snorkeling.
Beach is good and offers Life Guard .. waves are normal and generally good for swimming..winter winds can cause some chopiness..Snorkeling is better suited for an excursion to get farther out..not to expensive
BEAUTIFUL!!! I think it depends on the weather. The first 3 days we were there the ocean was slick. Everyone was snorkling. The last 2 days there were small waves. I think it is hit or miss.
lovely, clean and multiple beaches- directly next to the hotel and near by.
many snorkeling opportunities.
waves gentle in January when we went. nice clean sand and saw so many kids really enjoying the water and playing in the sand.
Not the mention the lovely pool areas for adults and some specifically for children.
The beach/ocean is beautiful. Most days the water is very clear. Perfect for snorkeling, swimming and just "hanging out". It is perfect for young children to wade and swim.
The beaches all around the island are very gentle and extremely safe for kids to wade in. We saw little kids with their tubes and floaties on everywhere even 100 feet offshore. Beginner swimmers and snorkelers will do fine on any beach, the Grand Lucaya has a lifeguard just in case during sun up hours.
safety/things for teenagers and pre-teens to do6 answers
Is the beach safe and secured from aggressive peddlers? is it a private beach for resort guests only? what activities are there for teenagers as well as younger children? is the resort family friendly?
1 year, 18 months ago
Our Lucaya has one of the best beaches on Grand Bahama and is very popular. The beach is shared with another resort and is also frequented by visitors from cruise ships while in port. While it may on occasion get a liitle crowded is is very safe. The resort is very family friendly with a Kids Club for the younger guests and plenty to do for the older children as well. One of the pools has a two story tall water slide-guaranteed to appeal to all ages! The location is prime-right across the street from the Lucaya Marketplace, with a nice selection of shops and restaurants. The Marina is very close by and has many excursions to choose from, including swimming with the dolphins. Our Lucaya is a wonderful vacation choice for a family!
Property was somewhat quiet on our travel due to low season and island occupancy challanges.. great pools and facility but teens etc
might find some "entertainment " across the street at Port Lucaya as per disco, bars ,evening bands,restaurants....Beach is legaly open to all but in practice is primarily guests.. Hotel has begun charging an access fee(grounds) to cruise day trippers and has reduced walk about dramatically....
While on the resort I was asking myself the same questions as I have three nieces I would like to take on the next trip. The resort guest have to wear wrist bands but that does not stop just anyone from entering the property. There are cruise ships that bring in people to use the beach at the resort. In my opinion there would not be much for small children to do unless the resort offers something in the summer time like a camp, I would call the resort and ask. In my experience anywhere has its dangers but as long as you educate yourself and your family on not going anywhere alone and not going anywhere without a cell phone or just roaming around at night, you should be okay. We did have one guy kind of follow us while outside the resort which became annoying but we ended up just staying on the resort after that happened. I do not think he meant any harm but you cannot be too careful. Just be smart about your decisions.
Yes - The beach is private and there is an array of activities for teenagers there.
The beach is private and totally safe. The only people on the beach were hotel employees and hotel guests. The hotel employees were very friendly and never tried to sell us stuff.
While I was there I saw only 2 peddlers and you had to approach them. The beaches are private with security. On the beach they offer many different water sport to do. There is a water trampoline for $2O for a day pass and kayaks to rent as well as other water sports. There were many families there during my visit.
Is this deal all Inclusive?5 answers
1 year, 18 months ago
The Grand Lucayan is an EP resort, which means that it is not an all-inclusive property. Any meals, drinks, activities, etc would be at an additional cost.
No. You will need to buy your own meals and drinks.
yes you can get all inclusive or not
meals and activities7 answers
I know that this resort is not all inclusive, but I was wondering the approximate price for meals and activities. I am trying to figure out if if it better to go with an all inclusive resort or this one.
1 year, 17 months ago
All Inclusive resorts are typically cheaper than resorts which are not an All Inclusive but offer a meal plan like Grand Lucayan, a Radisson Resort. The best way to see specific rates is to price out the same travel dates for Grand Lucayan and one which is an all inclusive resort.
I am pulling this from memory and I am sure the prices can change anytime but, there were two of us and we ate for about $35 for both of us each meal. The buffet on the resort is prob the best way to go. The resort has FREE activities scheduled daily but make sure to ask for an itinerary as they did not give us one when we checked in. It includes a golf swing lesson, a tennis lesson, pool volleyball and so on. The beach activities included banana boat for $15 per person, $70 for wave runner for 45min, $40 for snorkeling, and that is all I remember. This is a nice resort and I would recommend it to anyone. We plan on visiting every year in January for now on.
The prices are all over the place (I'm including the fact that there is a small shopping center across the street with cheap fast food).
I wouldn't go all inclusive here..too much to see and explore..and its cheap enough not to.
Loved this resort. clean and beautiful.
breakfast- buffet was around $13.00. lot of choices, food was fresh, lots of fruit options.
food by the pool- just so-so. sandwiches and fries, drinks, salads about $8.00- $12.00.
did not eat dinner there. wanted to try China Buffet but we were too busy and once they had a wait. looked and smelled good. prices around $18.00 to $20.00 and up there.
lots of places to eat directly across the street at an open market place. all prices and varied options including Bahamian foods.
market place is a block away. the restaurants are not expensive and rather fun.
I personally chose this hotel over an all inclusive for many reasons. But this hotel has eating opportunties across the street in Port Lucaya Marketplace where meals for lunch can run as cheap as 5.99 to pricey depending on what your heart desires at that time. Dinner prices start around 9.99 depending on which restaurant/bar you go to in the marketplace. The best part about the marketplace is its right across the street from the hotel, and no matter what you want there is a restaurant serving it. There is even a Subway and Dominos if you want something very familiar. I hope this helps...Remember if you are out on a tour you wont be at the all inclusive hotel for lunch too often...just a thought
Any way to see all deals from Just a Major airport ( Detroit )1 answer
I would like to search just deals from detroit to any destination, Don't care to where, just want to get away cheap
1 year, 16 months ago
Our website is unable to search from a specific airport, however, we will be able to do so in the near future. At this time, the best option is to use the search box located on the top, left side of our homepage.
Is the deal for the grand lucayan that is advertised all inclusive? are the meals included?6 answers
1 year, 16 months ago
no it is not inclusive
The trip we took was not all inclusive. However, between the marketplace across the street and the resturants on the resort you could eat for about $35 for two people. I did not think this was too bad.
No - It is not all inclusive
I'm not sure what deal you're looking at, but I purchased a deal for the Grand Lucayan a few weeks ago, and it was not all-inclusive. All you got was the room, and use of the property. But the property is great. We had to pay for meals. There is a marina across the street, however, with plenty of restaurants, including fast food.
I do not believe it is all inclusive, but the food on the island is not expensive at all..totally worth going! Port Lucaya the Marketplace right here has some great restaurants that are great and for 2 people each night we spent anywhere from 40-60 with apps and drinks included with our dinners.
No they were not included - I would definitely not go for the AI option though as you might want to try restaurants outside the resort.. also the AI option that you can book through the Hotel did not include drinks.
are smoking rooms available6 answers
1 year, 16 months ago
The Grand Lucayan Radisson is a non smoking establishment and there are no smoking rooms available.
no, but you can smoke on the balcony or outside
No. but each room has a open balcony that many people use to smoke
all rooms are nonsmoking
Don't think smoking rooms are available. But I think every room has a terrace where you can smoke.
Do they offer day passes for the resort?6 answers
I am coming in on cruise and will only be in the area from noon-7pm, but would love to use the resort/facilities. Any way to do this?
1 year, 15 months ago
Unfortunately, we do not have information in regards to day passes at the resort. You would need to contact the resort directly regarding this inquiry as we are only able to book overnight accommodations. The telephone number for Grand Lucayan Radisson Resort (242) 373-1333.
yes the do
They must. There were guests in the pool from one of the cruise liners that we were talking to that had spent most of the day there. As far as it looks they will give you a wrist band to let you in and out of the facility. The front desk at the hotel was very accommodating and easy to answer questions. I would call them ahead of time to see
I am almost positive you can for a price. I am not sure what that price is. Be prepared, the resort is a "cashless" property. Only credit cards and charging to the room is accepted payment at the bars & restaurants.
Yes they do offer day passes for the beach and pool facilities, I believe it was $10 a person
yes for the beach. It is a lovely resort.
do you have any suites in this hotel or are all the rooms the same? And if so how much extra would it cost for the 5 day, 4 night stay package?5 answers
1 year, 14 months ago
We offer the Guest Room with Island, Marina or Ocean View. We do not offer any of the Suite category. Upgrades may be available at the time of check in. Pricing and availablity are subject to change.
They have various rooms at various prices. As long as you get a room that is ocean veiw or garden view the sceanery is fantastic. There are suites all the way up to a presidential. Check the hotel web page or call them directly
Yes, seems like they have a section of the resort that are all lanai's (suites). They seem quite nice. And many have terraces that front the beach. Separate section of resort from main hotel (which I think is better).
There are suites available but really no different than two rooms put together. There are really nice suites at the far end of the resort that are quite nice (the sliding glass doors actually open up right on the beach) but there are very few of them and very expensive. The resort itself is not worth going to anymore....in my opinion. See my review under FloridaNativeGirl.
There are suites in this hotel.
do kids stay free?2 answers
1 year, 14 months ago
It appears children under 13 years of age stay free, however, this could change depending on the current special the resort is running.
It's not an all inclusive, so I do not believe kids are charged any extra.
Are there nice shells in the ocean?6 answers
We like to snorkel for shells rather than finding them on the shore. Is this a nice place for that?
1 year, 14 months ago
Although we can't guarantee a plentitude of shells you probably have a far better chance of finding the more distinctive shells farther offshore, when snorkeling. This is a very popular destination for diving and snorkeling.
There are multiple beaches on Grand Bahama, I did not visit all of them but heard on the west end that there are areas for snorkeling you can see starfish and other sea creatures. Also there are multiple reefs for snorkeling as well. We did not see alot of shells snorkeling, but we saw alot of fish and stingrays... I would check at UNEXSO near the market and I am sure they can point out some good snorkeling spots for you...
No. The reef is beautiful and the fish are plentiful and colorful. Great for watching and pictures. But, we did not find an abundance of shells in the ocean around the resort. If you go on a tour they ask you not to touch the reef.
OMGosh YES!! There are many shells to find snorkeling either from the hotel beach outside the bouyed areas...or in the surrounding beaches...This is truly a must for divers and snorkelers!
Yes - there are two parks away from the hotel - you will need to take a short excursion or cab to the parks. If you go by excursion could cost 35 to 50 depending on who the excursion is through and what it includes by cab not sure...
We did not try snorkeling but i think you can find a lot of them doing so..
Is a passport needed?8 answers
12 months ago
Currently, for US citizens a valid passport is required for travel to the Bahamas. We suggest checking online at http://travel.state.gov/ for the most up to date and accurate required documentation for travel.
Yes, a passport is required for US citizens to travel to the Bahamas.
Yes, unless you arrive by cruise ship. I don't like cruises so am not sure, but I think cruises that depart and arrive USA don't need passports
Yes, you have to go thru customs. You need a passport.
Yes you do need a passport to go tho the Bahamas.
Yes, a passport is required to the Bahamas, and you will go through customs going home
Absolutely- a passport is needed.
Is admission to Atlantis included? IF not how much?6 answers
11 months ago
Admission to Atlantis is not included in the pricing for this resort and would be an additional cost. Atlantis offers day passes to their resort and may vary based upon the time of year you travel. You would be best to check with the resort directly regarding their current day pass rates.
I did not see a trip to Atlantis...I did see that they have day trips to Naussa which is across from Atlantis...this cost under $400.00 per person.
not on the same island!!!!!
This resort Radisson Grand Lucaya is on the Grand Bahama Island...Atlantis is on the Island of Nassau
Wrong Island try Nassau
No - Atlantis is on a different Island and is south by a hundred miles. There are excursions that can be taken to go down to Atlantis on Paradise Island Nassau.
How much to play golf?1 answer
How much does it cost to play golf there, and to rent clubs?
3 months ago
Fees will vary depending on tee time. It is best to contact the resort directly for their most up to date pricing.
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Grand Lucayan's 542 air-conditioned guestrooms feature superior bedding and bath amenities, tub/shower combo, working desk, chair with ottoman, phones with data port, balcony/patio coffee maker, hair dryer, Internet access and in-room safes.
Grand Lucayan Resort, is located on a 7.5 acre stretch of white sandy beach and is home to a 18-hole championship golf courses.
What We'd Change
Although all rooms have a balcony or a patio, we definitely recommend upgrading to an ocean view room. Waking up to early morning, Caribbean-blue waves lapping white sands is so worth it!
Why You Should Go
With a casino, a spa, a golf course and great restaurants, this place has it all. Whether you're single, a couple or a family, you'll hate having to leave!
Car Rental Available
Business Center ($)
Conference Facilities ($)
Cribs Available on Request
Golf Course ($)
24 Hour Front Desk
Safe Deposit Box
Non-Smoking Rooms (on request)
Handicap Room Available
Wedding Services ($)
Dry Cleaning Services ($)
Honeymoon Packages ($)
Meal Plan Available ($)
Roll-Away Bed (on request) ($)
In-Room Safe ($)
Tennis Court(s) ($)
Babysitting Services ($)
Nearby Excursions & Attractions
Jet Ski Rentals
Map of Local Area
Grand Bahama Island provides its visitors with miles of white sand and aqua water on its beautiful beaches, great shopping and dining, exciting live entertainment and night life as well as all watersports one can imagine.
Grand Lucayan Resort
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+242 373 1333
Grand Lucayan Resort: Enough Luxury To Go Around
Forget the real world and enjoy some R&R, Bahamian style, at the Grand Lucayan Resort. This 372-acre resort, located on Freeport's Lucaya Beach, has everything your heart could want during a Caribbean getaway. With a golf course, three amazing pools, Las Vegas-style gaming and a spa, you'll never want to leave.
With a championship course, the Grand Lucayan Resort earns its spot on the "Top 100 Golf Resorts in the World" list by The Golfer Magazine. Prefer to spend time by the water? Grab your beach towel and hit the white sand beaches, or laze by one of the pools with a pina colada from Hammerheads swim-up bar. Don't miss watching the sunset from the infinity pool, you'll feel like you're swimming straight into the ocean. Too much sun? Head to Senses Spa and Fitness Center for the Sense of Relief After-Sun Treatment, or a beach ready mani/pedi.
This Caribbean paradise is fun for kids, too! Camp Lucaya offers great activities for younger guests like beach Olympics, coconut crafts and straw weaving. Adults can join in on the fun, too, with coconut bowling, human crab races, trivia contests and scavenger hunts.
When it comes to food, there are plenty of enticing options. Try the breakfast buffet at Willy Broadleaf, or sleep late and grab a burger or dog at China Grill before heading to the pool. After a day in the sun, unwind at Grand Bar with your favorite cocktail and then enjoy a decadent dinner and live entertainment at Churchill's. If you want to dress up, check out the sushi bar at China Beach, the Pan-Asian restaurant with oceanfront seating. After dinner, test your luck on the 400 slots at Treasure Bay casino, or smoke a stogie at Havana Cay Cigar Bar.
After a day of fun and sun, retreat to your tropical-inspired room and enjoy the fresh ocean breezes from a private balcony or patio.
This hotel is NOT all-inclusive. Food and drink must be purchased separately. Unless otherwise specified, all services are available for an additional charge.
Churchill's Type: Steakhouse Hours: Thurs-Mon 7pm-11pm Description: This recently reopened chophouse delivers live
entertainment and a four-course dinner, featuring Mediterranean-inspired
cuisine, homemade pastas, and succulent steaks. Dress code: Smart-casual
Willy Broadleaf Type: International
Hours: Breakfast - daily, 7am-10:30am; Champagne Brunch -
Sun,noon-4pm; Bahamian Night Buffet - Fri, 6pm-10pm Description: Both food and decor take inspiration from India, Mexico, Africa, the Bahamas and the US. Features a Friday night Bahamian buffet and a Sunday champagne brunch. Dress code: Smart-casual
China Beach Type: Pacific Rim Hours: Tues-Thurs, and Sat, 6pm-10pm Description: Offering a culinary tour of the Pacific Rim, this appetizing menu is inspired by the exotic flavors of Vietnam, Thailand, Korea, Indonesia and Malaysia. Reservations are suggested. Dress code: Smart-casual
China Grill Type: Grill Hours:Sun-Tues, Thurs and Sat - Lunch - daily, 11am-5pm; Dinner - daily, 5:30pm-10pm. Description: Enjoy a meal or snack to eat or to go. Enjoy wide selection, from Asian chicken salad to a traditional hamburger or chicken tenders. Dress code: Smart-casual
Type: Light Fare
Hours: Daily, 6am-10pm
Description: This cafe serves a wide selection of fresh-made pastries,
sandwiches and delicious ice cream in a relaxed atmosphere.
Irie's Restaurant Type: Bahamian/West Indies Hours: Mon-Sat - daily, 11am-6pm Description: Elegant dining with traditional Caribbean flavors with Bahamian influence. Seating available only in bar area.
All hours subject to change without notice.
Enjoy a cocktail before dinner in this handsome wood-paneled bar. Open Thurs-Mon,
Ice cold beverages and snacks served right at the pool. Daily, 11am-6pm
(Thurs-Fri, 11am-8:30pm for Movie Nights)
Havana Cay Lounge & Cigar Bar
Wines, ports and cigars. Daily, 5pm-midnight.
Treasure Bay Casino at Grand Lucayan
Features 35,000 sq ft of playing space, including slot machines, baccarat
tables, Black Jack, Caribbean stud poker and roulette. Club Cove, inside the
Casino, features jazz, Friday, 9pm-12am.
Make sure you make time to enjoy the white sands and turquoise waters of the
mile-long beach. The resort is situated right on the beach, so when you're
ready to relax, you don't have to walk far.
Catch some rays at the resort's pool. With
waterfalls, swim-up bars and infinity edges, you'll wind through the
resort grounds, enjoying the tropical views.
Limbo and hula hoop contests
The 18-hole championship course at the Reef Golf Course, designed by Robert
Trent Jones, Jr. features 6,920 yards of golf, with water playing off 13holes.
"Top 100 Golf Resorts in the World" - The Golfer
"Number One in the Bahamas" - LINKS magazine
Complimentary high-speed internet access is available in guest rooms.
Senses Spa & Fitness Center is located at Lighthouse Point. The
25,000-sq-ft facility is located on three floors, offering eight massage rooms,
two Vichy showers and a hydrotheraphy tub with 138 heated air jets. Make a
reservation and be pampered. Open daily, 7am-7pm.
Guest locker rooms with showers and bath amenities
The resort offers several wedding services, and there is even a wedding gazebo
available. Packages start at just $900 and include features such as:
Makeup and hair styling
Personalized event web site
Photo coverage with prints
Bridal bouquet and Groom's boutonniere
Bahamian Marriage Officer
Camp Lucaya is a fun and exhilarating way for children ages 3-12 to spend their day. Full day cost is $15 and doesn't include lunch. Daily, 9am-5pm.
Nursery services are available for ages 3 and under. Cost is $10 per hour, per child (no lunch provided). Daily, 9am-5pm.
Babysitting services are available in the evenings.
Approximately 20 minutes from Grand Bahama Island International Airport and a
cross the road from Port Lucaya marketplace.
Check in: 3pm. Check out: 11am.
A valid credit card may be required upon check in for possible incidentals not
included in your hotel reservation.
At least one person per room must be 21 years of age or older to check-in. If travel is booked and no one fulfills this requirement, the guests will be denied check-in at this resort.
Minimum Stay Requirements
There is a 2 night minimum stay required for travel April 29 - December 24, 2013.
Seasonal Closings Policy
Some hotel facilities may be closed at any time based on season and/or hotel capacity.
Grand Lucayan is smoke free.
Rollaway beds are available on request for an additional fee in king bedded rooms only.
All hours, fees, amenities, information and services are subject to change without notice.