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Whether soaking up rays on a secluded, white beach or learning to fly on the trapeze, you'll cherish your time at Viva W
Whether soaking up rays on a secluded, white beach or learning to fly on the trapeze, you'll cherish your time at Viva Wyndham Fortuna Beach Resort. From the moment a friendly staff member greets you with a welcome drink at check-in, you know you've arrived at the only entirely all inclusive hotel on Grand Bahama Island.
"A great value for an all inclusive. Weather was great. Be sure to try both restaurants as well as the late night pizza. Would definitely return and recommend to a friend!" – Anonymous11919
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May 17, 2013
Will NEVER GO THERE AGAIN!
This was my 2nd trip to this resort. Was there 3 yrs ago. Loved it then and couldnt wait to go back. Was I disappointed in EVERY WAY! you arrive and the staff at check in are so unfriendly and unhelpful. They could careless. No one explains a thing to you. You are treated rudly at every encounter with the desk staff. No one ever smiles at this facility! the entertainment staff, runs every event at the resort. they are all young and more interested in stayin in the bar with eachother and partying with eachother then dragging druing the daytime hours, It was awful. Even the guy incharge of the entertainment staff was more into his cell phone then what was happening at the resort and greeting the guest around him.
The rooms are unsecure. They want to charge you to use their inroom room safe but yet your room is fair game. People were in and out of our room constantly, not just house keeping. they knock then just walk in. Forget the fact your in the shower or asleep for a nap.
The food is the same daily. Dont expect much change. Not even the dessert changes from day to day. It was certainly not exciting for sure.
No one smiles, no one is friendly or can even manage to just say hello. The locals are pushing their goods and the resort staff just sits at the life guard post and watches when they arent asleep. The beach wasnt cleaned much or plowed every few days. Trash just sat there for days and I watched it for 7!!! its supposed to be a family resport but yet topless was ok with resort without letting anyone know this upfront.
My room was old,dirty, molded faucets. we were lucky if we could get warm water after 20 min of letting the water run.
from 3 years ago this place has gone down hill horribly and def nothing put into maintaining ANYTHING! the staff are no help for you so you are on your own. They could careless if you are happy or if you ever even come back.
taxi cabs dont run a meter like they are required to and its expensive to take a ten min ride into the market. I was so disppointed because i spoke so highly of this resort from my past experience only to leave us all counting down the days where we could get out of there! I will never go back to this resort. They push you for a time share nonstop. the service you rec lets you know thats a definate NO! This was the worst trip and the worst experience in a resort I have ever encountered! Save your money and just spend a bit more to where your business and time are valued.
The price was fair as was the place. Beach and water sports were great. The food was cafeteria/camp style - nothing fancy, but for the price it was OK. The drinks were terrible and the limited wine selection was even worse. They did upgrade us to a nicer room, but we did not have air conditioning. They attempted to fix, but never got it right. Slept with the sliding doors open and survived with a nice ocean breeze.
Overall, we loved the water, the beach and the pool. However, we really missed the fun, music atmosphere! We were there from Sun. nite til Friday noon and unless you purchased additional excursions there was not much to do. There should be MUSIC playing ALL the time and unless you went to the party in the ONE bar after the nitely shows, there was not much to do. You can only lay in the sun for so long!
Also, to get transportation into town it cost $42.00 roundtrip for about a 4 minute drive - outrageous!!! Did enjoy the little town as we ended up going twice because there was nothing else to do! Even the pool games, like Bingo, Bocce etc. only lasted about 10-20 minutes!
Overall, the beauty of the place was wondeful, the staff was very nice and friendly but we would not go back again because of all the EXTRA charges for excursions and transportation.
From:Kansas City, MO Age:55-64 Travel:3-6 trips/year
May 11, 2013
I enjoyed every minute of this vaction the food was great hotel staff was extremely welcoming and nice and you where minutes from there shopping and attractions and they Have no sales TAX on clothes jewlery etc bahamas was terrific I would definetly go back
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what are the best all inclusive resorts for a woman traveling alone+11 answers
I have used your site about 3 yrs. ago. I went to Punta Cana. It was just what I needed. Now, I'm ready to go somewhere else. My main concern
is saftey and all inclusive.
2 years, 24 months ago
In the Bahamas...I stayed on Paradise Island (The Rui and Paradise Island Harbour All-Inclusive Resorts) are good. My mom and I felt safe. No problems at all. We spent all last week there.
Paradise Island Harbour is an older hotel but the food was good, room ok, alcohol, good. It was quiet at the beginning of week but got busy around Thursday night.
We left on Saturday (travel Tuesday to Saturday). We had a blast!
I just got back from a trip to the Jolly Beach Resort in Antigua (which is an all-inclusive resort). It was an EXTREMELY safe resort. There were security guards at the entrance so that no one could get into the resort who didn't belong there. Not once during the entire trip did I feel even the slightest bit unsafe. The beach is private (with the exception of a couple vendors trying to sell jet ski rides and they very easily accept no as an answer and then leave you alone). Outside of the resort, there is a Harbor (Jolly Beach Harbour) which has a lot of nightlife (bars, restaurants, boardwalk, etc.) and it was a very "hoppin" area and also very safe (it is literally about a 5 foot walk from the resort. As soon as you leave the actual resort entrance, you are immediately at the start of Jolly Beach Harbour. I did not venture anywhere else in Antigua, but there are parts of Antigua that you will see from the ride from the airport to the resort that are poor (but that is to be expected).
I did not travel alone to this resort, but I did meet a woman (in her mid-40's) who traveled alone and really enjoyed the peace & quiet if that was what she wanted on a particular day, or she joined in all the fun and met other people (Jolly Beach Resort hosts a lot of activities every day to keep people engaged and having fun)!!
I hope this helps!
Viva Wyndham is very all-inclusive. Do not go here if you are a gourmet or picky eater, as their focus is not food. We felt safe here, but watch your belongings on the beach, as some small thefts occurred there. The activities are great! You will love it if you are an active person. If safety is your main concern, check with the US Embassy in the Bahamas for accurate information.
Carol, I've been to Viva Wyndham Fortuna twice now. This is a secured facility - all inclusive, so no need to venture out. The beach is beautiful and the staff is very accomodating. I'm planning yet another trip there. Can't wait!
It was very safe and all inclusive drinks were a MAJOR plus. The food is so so but the nightly pizza is AMAZING!
Don't go to this resort!!!!! The food is not that good and the dining hall is only open certain hours. Very run down and lots of things in the rooms don't work...like the AC. Poor customer service.
Myself and a girlfriend stayed at the Gran Bahia Principe in Jamaica. It is listed as family friendly although there were many couples and loads of clothing-optional European families and couples on the beach (there is a clothing-free section far away from the family area if that's your thing which the French/Dutch seemed to ignore :). We felt safe always, had fun dancing in the clubs with the locals. The food in the buffet was very good, wine at extra cost was horrid so we just asked for and received extra "floaters" on the mixed drinks and bartenders obliged. It was not peak season but we still made sure to stake our spots on the beaches and pool areas early. The restaurants were hit or miss (the Italian was AWFUL, the continental was good). Had a massage at the spa and it was right up there in quality with the spas at the Fairmonts we've been to. The room was very nice-I negotiated an upgrade with CheapCarib based on comparison shopping with Expedia, received it, and the room was bigger than expected and nicely appointed. Had a few minor housekeeping issues that were resolved by a housekeeping manager right away, courteously and were kept up with thereafter. They obviously cared about our pleasure with our stay. The grounds are immaculately maintained. I did not like that the pools closed at dark, but it also keeps it quiet in the evenings and there is the beach if you must get wet after dark. We went at the end of June and it seemed a good time to go- not peak, post Spring Break. The staff were all typically good-natured Jamaicans who were ready to assist and strike up honest conversation. The beach is manmade mostly and not the best one I've been to but not the worst either and as a girlfriend trip we did really enjoy it. Transportation was included to the resort, and I even got my "rain" credit - it does rain in the Caribbean about every afternoon that time of year but it's also a welcome respite from the heat and sun and passes quickly. Overall I felt the resort was better than the three star rating (3.5, not a four) and the value for the money was definitely there. We weren't looking for a singles type place and I think we were the only women there who went as a pair - in other words you certainly won't find a date there, but if you're just trying to get away on your own, this is a nice place to do it.
Well I stayed at the Viva Wyndham Fortuna resort in Grand Bahama Isalnd I would defitniely stay there by myself. EVERYONE and I mean EVERYONE is super friendly. I left my do not disturb sign out front and they did just not not disturb. They left my towels by the front door and it was great. If you are looking to relax this is the place. By like 10pm most places are closed in the lucaya marketplace except for the restaurant and few bars. I would recommend this Viva or Radisson at Grand Bahama Island.
My 21-yr-old daughter and I went to Viva Fortuna Beach on Grand Bahama Island last week and found it to be plenty safe for women on their own. The resort itself was very safe and everyone was friendly. Whether or not you like it depends on what you are looking for - this is a family-type resort and not a place to find single men. We felt plenty safe in town (Port Lucaya) at night, as well.
Viva Fortuna, Freeport, Bahamas
Viva Wyndham at grand Bahama island was great. The resort is not busy with lots to do and and we felt 100% safe with 3 kids. The resort is away from town and all on it's own which makes it great.
What hotel has the best kids pool and beach8 answers
Willing to travel anywhere cheap carribean goes.
1 year, 23 months ago
Hello - Now Jade in Riviera Maya did have a nice kiddie pool & i believe a kids club. the kid pool was shallow and lounge chairs right in front of it. we didn't have kids in our group, but it looked like there was lots of family activities. Also they had movie night, cartoons.
Atlantis by far but bring mega bucks
The Fiesta Americana Grand Coral Beach in Cancun, Mexico, is grandiose. On the family, less expensive side, we like the Grand Paradise Bavaro in Punta Cana, Dominic Republic
I have a toddler who loved the baby pool at the Viva Wyndam in Grand Bahama Island. The water is warm most of the time however but perfect for small babies & toddler. There's no shade near the pool area so cover babies up well or they'll burn.
There were a lot of kids at the Wyndham, they have a Kids Club so I would say its a great place for kids. They do have a kids pool and some of the evening shows are for families. Shows like "The Lion King."
This place is great for kids. Not only is there a kiddie pool available, they have circus trapeze training sessions.
The best i have seen is the Ocean Maya in Playa Del Carmen.
can you take a ferry to eleuthera island from grand bahama island and how far is it?7 answers
Also are we close to downtown shopping area from the Wyndham Hotel?
Or would we be closer to Eleuthera Island if we stayed in Nassau? Please answer these 2 questions, I need this iformation in order to book my vacation to the bahams.
1 year, 22 months ago
Grand Bahama Island is a distance from Eleuthera Island. When searching the internet, there was no information available for a ferry between these two islands. It appears a flight would be the best transportation between the islands. If you are looking to be close to Eleuthera Island, your best option is to stay in Nassau or Paradise Island.
You would be closer if you to Eleuthera if you stayed in Nassau.
No ferry from here at all. Stay at Nassau for this. You at not near any shopping here. We had to take a 15-min taxi ride to Port Lucaya which was $30 round trip.
THERE IS NO SHOPPING OTHER THAN A STRAW MARKET AT THE CASINO ABOUT 15 MINUTES AWAY
Ten minute taxi ride to downtown shopping. I dont know the ferry answer.
Not close to any downtown shopping or any shopping anywhere. Never been to Nassau so not sure if it would be better.
Not sure about the ferry, but there are two main shopping centers near the resort. About a 10 minute cab or car ride. Not really walk-able. We rented a car and drove around the island and went to the shopping centers then. Viva Wyndham Fortuna is a little distance from most of the other resorts which is nice because you have a bigger, more secluded beach. It's still very close to downtown Freeport, though.
What temperature does the water tend to be?11 answers
1 year, 22 months ago
The water in the Bahamas doesn't differ too much from the Caribbean waters further South. Typically, it ranges from 84 degrees in the Summer, but rarely falls lower than 72 degrees in the Winter.
The pool water is warm during the day because of the sun and moderate when the sun goes down. The beach water is similar.
It was about 80 degrees
not cold but not like bath water.
The pool water is warm, don't expect it to be cool & refreshing b/c it's not. The beach water same, warm & I'm sure much cleaner than the pool.
It was great the ocean and the pool were great temp mid 80's
water temperature is typical for Miami at this time of year. A little chilly at first but you get used to it after a few minutes and then you don;t even notice it.
In January, the water was cold!
Depends when you go. We went a February (winter) and it was a little chilly, but not too cold to swim.
The ocean water in February was in the 70s. It felt a little chilly at first when you first walked in, but was nice once you were in.
Warm and wonderful. No matter how hot it gets, the sand is white, soft and never too hot to walk on.
Where can I vacation without a passport?8 answers
1 year, 20 months ago
US citizens may travel to Puerto Rico or the US Virgin Islands without a passport. All other destinations (outside the continental United States) do require a passport.
US Virigin Islands
Only in the US and you must be a US citizen. Possible St Thomas I am not sure check into that.
Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands (St. Croix, St. Thomas and St. John). Assuming you are reffering to the Caribbean
Within any US territory.
Puerto Rico, US Virgin Islands
Us Virgian islands, Puerto Rico and any cruise you don't get off the ship for more than 24 hours.
what are your rates for single travelrs to the Bahamas?2 answers
1 year, 17 months ago
When pricing out a trip as a single traveller, simply change the number of passengers to one. The website automatically defaults to 2 pax (or double occupancy). The rule of thumb is that one person paying the single supplement rate pays about the same price for the room as two passengers paying double occupancy rates. Of course, many of our proprties have wonderful packages with very competitive pricing for single travelers.
We only paid $750. In retrospect, I would pay more for better quality.
I have read that there isn't much extra to do at the Viva Wyndham. What about excursions? I see the ones that are available for booking through cheapcaribbean, but are there others to book once there, and if so, what types?
1 year, 16 months ago
CheapCaribbean does offer many excursions that you may pick from prior to your travel. You may also wait until you arrive in destination as they will have vendors on the property who provide excursions as well. Unfortunately, we do not have any information on what excursions are provided when you arrive.
Yes there is a lot to do! They have a table dedicated to excursions they are very helpful!
beach parties, kayaking, shopping and site seeing
We just came back from there and there was plenty to do. Snorkeling, windsurfing, sailing, kayaking, volleyball, bociball, soccer, pingpong, foosball, swimming pool, hot tub, etc. all of which were free. We went to dolphin encounter which was great. Deep sea fishing we caught a wahoo and the chef at the resort prepared it for us at no charge and it was so good. There are lots of other excursions to do but wait till you go to book because it will be cheaper and you can check the forecast after you get there to choose the best weather days.. There is also dance lessons and aerobics by the pool every day as well as bingo where a few bottles of Bacardi rum are won every day.
I just got back from this resort. There is an excursion desk you can go to.
Lucayan National Park & Cave Tour
Deep sea fishing
Glass Bottom Boat
Kayaking Nature Tour
Bahama Mama Dinner Cruise
Robinson Crusoe Cruise
Dolphin Assistant for a Day
Semi Submarine and Snorkel
There are so many options once you get there and the staff is very helpful if you have questions. My husband and I rented a car for a whole day for only $50 plus gas. We had a great time exploring the island. Cabs are available to pick you up or the rental service is right in front of the hotel. We chose not to do any other excursions (we just loved sitting on the beachs and there was unlimited sailing, snorkeling, parasailing and kayaking on the beach) but there were many brochures there in the lobby with info on them. Hope that helps!
DO NOT BOOK BEFORE YOU GO! There are many excursions that you can book once you arrive and many times you get a different price, whether more or less. And, if you book at the resort, you are more likely to get transportation included in the fee so you don't have to pay additional costs.
you can borrow bicycles at the resort and take a ride into Port Lucaya to the marketplace and straw bazaar...totally flat terrain, takes about 45 minutes.
rent a car for $50 per day and drive to the Nat'l park which has beautiful beach.
Wednesday night is Fish Fry at Taino Beach...either take a taxi or drive using the car you rented earlier that day :)
The excursions on the site were also offered at the hotel...same prices so if really want to do something, book in advance for 10% discount.
Swimming with the dolphins was definitely worth the $$ - great experience for all.
There is a concierge who can assist with excursions including fishing, jet skis, and cave viewing to name a few. Everything is available if you wish.
There are some great trips available. Would suggest booking through the hotel ... they have an abundance available. One of the trips we booked online was cancelled by the time we got there and it took some time to get a refund.
when we stayed at the Viva Wyndham we were there for 4 nights. We made friends at the resort who rented snorkel and fins and had a wonderful day snorkeling. They said they went right off the beach at the resort and saw lots of really neat things. (barracuda, sting ray, clown fish) we did try out the trapeze at the resort (which is harder than it looks!) but the other days we had excursions booked. we went on the "Robinson Cursoe Booze Cruised & Snorkel" our captain was William, i would recommend him. Another day we did the UNESCO Dolphin Swim, which also did not disappoint. We booked all or our excursions before we left though bestonbahamas.com, Just make sure you book your excursions for Freeport Bahamas, because that's where the Viva Whyndham is. On our other free day we went into town and shopped the small straw market. It's not as large as the one in Nassau, but we found the souvenirs we were looking for. If your looking to do a specific thing, i recommend booking it before you leave. They offer the same excursions at the Wyndham, but the availability is much less because most of the excursions are already booked and full.
your correct that you need to leave the resort for other activities, like shopping, bars, restaurants, the casino are all down at port lucaya, about a 10minute taxi ride.
most of the excursions are water activities and the hotel can book that for you or check online for them. i went to best on bahamas to check for tours. freeport is a quieter island compared to nassau. i don't think i would go back there even thou i had alot of fun but the hotel doesn't offer much to do if you just want to hang out there.
no, what you see is what you get.... not much to do here on this island... nothing is close to this resort either!
Are thee any all-inclusive deals with golf as part of the pkg.?3 answers
1 year, 15 months ago
Cheap Caribbean does not offer golf as part of the all inclusive package for the Viva Wyndham Fortuna Beach Resort at this time.
I was not interested in the golfing, so i'm not exactly sure. i did see golf courses in the area when we were out and about on other expeditions, so it may be something the resort offers, but i could not say for sure.
i didn't see any except at port lucaya.
Is this a non-smoking resort?11 answers
1 year, 14 months ago
On CheapCaribbean.com's web site and the resort's own web site, it does not list the resort as a strictly non-smoking property.
I think everyone except me was smoking there-I don't know about smoking in the rooms-I did not detect a smell in the room & ashtrays were on the balconies of the rooms.
No it is not, although smoking is not allowed in any of the restaurants and there are smoke free buildings of rooms.
yes and no. The rooms seemed to be non-smoking, there were no ashtrays inside of the rooms, nor did it smell, as a smoking room does! all of the rooms have balconies, so if you're a smoker, you could always go outside. Also, there were a few guests smoking cigarettes outside of the bar in a small area set off to the side. The smokers seemed to interact well with the non-smokers, they were not rude or obnoxious & the cigarette smell was not abundant. Remember, this resort is right on the ocean & there is constantly a wonderful breeze.
The only smoking I seen was outside and very little at all. I hate smoke and had no problem there at all with it!
We just got back from there. There is smoking allowed. There are designated non-smoking room buildings and the restuarants are non-smoking. Smoking is allowed in the bar.
Nope you can smoke anywhere, just make sure you don't leave it behind on the beach :)
Smoking is not allowed in certain areas indoors but is allowed on beaches and outside.
this is not a non-smoking resort
What resorts are for adults only6 answers
We are traveling with our two adult kids, 24 and 20. We would like to be somewhere there are not alot of kids. Also, what is the drinking age?
How many pools?
1 year, 14 months ago
Drinking age 18. Check for hotel near the Port Lucaya Marketplace...very few kids....
there were a few kids here... If I were you I'd stay in Nassau not here! Not much to do and nothing is close to the resort.... this resort is really for people who want to just be alone and dont like getting out!
1 pool 1 hot tub
There are definately kids of all ages. Drinking age is 18. One pool, one hot tub.
there are not too meny kids, I was there with mine (8months) but very few around. Drinking age: no idea. Pools: 1 for adults, 1 for kids. 1 jacuzzi for up to 12 people. Great during rain and at night!
The drinking age is 18 and they have one pool.
The drinking age is 18, and I wouldn't go there during spring break. I wouldn't go anywhere during spring break! We just got back, and there were no shenanigans going on with drunk people. It was more family-oriented. There's a large pool, a kiddie pool, and a large hot tub. The pool has no heater, so it was too cold for swimming in February.
I have acouple of question. 1- how far is duty free shopping? And how much of a fee is it for the in room safe ?9 answers
1 year, 14 months ago
There are multiple shopping areas located a short cab ride away. We suggest speaking with the concierge's desk for information on the best places to visit and for a reputable cab company, as they can call a taxi service for you. There is a fee for the room safe, however you would need to check with the resort directly regarding the specific fee amount.
shopping is about 10 min away. cab ride is $15 a couple or $5 a person if you have more than 3 riding, thats one way.
room safe is free, you enter a code to open and close. the safe is small
Q: how much is it for the room safe ?
Duty free shopping is in Port Lucaya which is about a 15 minute and $15 taxi ride from the resort. You need to go during the day as the shops are all closed by 5pm. The in-room safe fee is $3 per day but we complained and they gave it to us for $10 for the 5 days we were there.
Shopping is a $15.00/2 people one way taxi ride away. No options, shuttles, etc. Its worth it to get better food.
No charge for use of safe in room.
shopping is about 25 minutes by bike and 10 minutes by taxi. the taxi will cost you $15 one way. the safe fee is 3 dollars per day
Duty Free is available in the Freeport Airport as well as at the Lucaya Marina which is 15 minute taxi ride.
The room safe is free.
Port Lucaya Markets are about 10 min away, maybe less... its a $15 taxi ride each way. The room safe is $3/day
You can pretty much do duty free shopping anywhere including at the hotel. There is a market about 15 miles away for all products. The room safe is free.
What beer/wine/liquors are included in the all-inclusive deal?9 answers
1 year, 13 months ago
Drinks and wines (international brands included)
llimited variety of beer. no bottled beers available.
house wine at the bar is terrible. wine served at the fine restaurants are better
drinks are not that good either. too weak and lines are too long and slow at the bar. when the cruise ship day guests arrived they ran out of the beer
Beer good. Wine not great. Although the hard alcohol was not top shelf the bartenders are good mixers and the drinks come out beautiful and delicious. I did not get a "cheap alcohol" hang over so it couldn't have been that bad.
not sure about the beer. Cheap rum
Anything you want (except very high end). They offered any mixed drink you would want, plus specialty cocktails. The wine was from a box, but truly not bad. I have no idea about the beer.
They only have 2 beers, local beers I didn't try them, I know they have wine but I'm not a wine drinker but liqours they have just about everything.
There is no top-shelf liquor here. They have a drink menu that is mostly drinks made w/ rum. Expected since it's the Caribbean. Mainly Bahama Mama's, Rum Punch, Mai Tai's, Long Islands, Pina Colada's, etc. They do serve two tap beers. Banks and another. Wine is not their strong point. Only ordered it once. Overerall our trip was good and the drinks flowed daily. Pretty tasty too.
The cheap kind,,,,all bahama alcohol!
It was the island Sands beer that everyone seemed to like. ANy liquor you can think of just not name brands.
Vegetarian food?7 answers
Are there some veggie options available? All the reviews mention hot dogs, burgers etc. but I want to make sure that there are other options... even veggie burgers would be fine!
1 year, 12 months ago
The buffet restaurant which serves breakfast, lunch and dinner offers a wide selection and variety of foods. It has many options for vegetarians, including salads and pasta.
yes lot of veggies,but food isn,t gr8.
They have vegetable options but their food is horrible. Vacation some where else
veggie options include the talipa and some plain veggie dishes, but I can't even be sure they were not cooked in chicken broth of some kind. There is a salad bar, but it is basic and does not change.
yes you can have all the veggies you want, they are always in the buffet and very various! I was there last month with my 8month newborn and I needed twice a day a special veggie soup for him: the cooks always made it fresh for us daily! Great personnel!
We just visited there last week. Had an amazing time. As far as the vegetarian options, they have vegetables, salads, etc. No veggie burgers though. As a past vegetarian, I know the challenges it can be, but even with all the meat options, you won't go hungry as a vegetarian.
My son is a vegan and I am a vegetarian. We had more than enough to eat. There were no veggie burgers however. Most islands are very vegetarian friendly.
What is covered by "all inclusive?"7 answers
I am very close to making the reservation but I wonder what you mean when you say "all inclusive." Does that include three meals, the room, beach chages, drinks (alcohol & soft), bicycles, etc.?
1 year, 12 months ago
Fort Walton Beach, Florida
The all inclusive package includes breakfast, lunch dinner, all beverages (alcoholic and soft), non motorized watersports including kayaks, boogie boards, snorkeling and more, the room, gratuities and taxes.
not at this place
All inclusive is everything.. There is constantly food to eat.. you can make reservations at the 2 restaurants on site (make them in advance) They cook out by the pool sometimes during the day or at night. ALWAYS plenty of food! I didnt have my money on me at all at the resort. Your tips are included, but we left money at the end of the week for those that we met and really liked. But thats optional. The room, beach chairs (under tiki huts- plenty of them avail.) Beach towels, alcohol, bicycles, snokeling (awesome, must try) kayaking are all included.. You really will not need to carry cash on you at the resort.
yes it's a real all inclusive! meals, drinks (ALL) free beaches, bicycles! ALL!
We just visited there last week. All inclusive meant: Free food, drinks (alcoholic/nonalcoholic), games (darts, tennis, archery, volleyball, etc.), meals anytime, beach chairs/towels, dance lessons, bicycles, snorkels, kayaks... Well worth it.
Included at this hotel is: Dirty rooms that smell like mold, 3 meals covered in fruit flies that you can't even eat, alcohol (get there early they will run out), beach full of seaweed and yes bicycles (but they won't tell you what is available you have to figure it out on your own!
Not only do you get three meals there is a snack bar that serves hot dogs, hamburgers, fries and some type of salad most of the day. There is also a pizza bar. They have kayaking, snorkeling equipment, bicyles, pool tables, ping pong, beach chairs and lounges free. While you are at the resort there is no reason to have money. All drinks are free. If they don;t know what it is they will make it if you tell them what goes in it. There is an expresso and latte bar 24 hours a day.
Number of people...6 answers
There will be four of us - the wife and me plus two grandchildren, a 3 year old boy & a 15 year old girl.
They are not brother/sister, but cousins. There was a time when they could share a double bed, but those days are gone, even down South where we live~!! So, is it possible to get a room with a double bed and two singles or a roll-away or some accomodation for the two grandchildren.
1 year, 12 months ago
Fort Walton Beach, Florida
The standard room is available with one king or two queen beds. Typically, a room with two queen beds does not have enough room to accomodate an additional rollaway. Unfortunately, we are not able to guarantee any special room requests as they are subject to resort availability at the time of check in.
i know they had rollaway beds there... There are rooms with two double beds, but i am not sure about 2 doubles and 2 singles in same room
Most of the rooms only have two double beds. The rooms are a good size, but I am not sure you would want to cram roll-away beds into the room. An option you can look into would be getting two rooms that were joined by a door, that way you could have a total of 4 double beds.
DO NOT GO TO THIS HOTEL! I would be very afraid one of the children may get food poisoning. It was the worst all inclusive I've ever been to, and I've been to many!
Not sure we had two double beds for both of our children.
The rooms are too small to accomodate a rollaway bed. Best suggestion I would make would be Grandpa and 3 year old, grandma and grandaughter. They have rooms with 2 Queen beds
Is it possible to delay the return flight?2 answers
As advertised that airfare is included, is it possible to delay the return flight for a few days later? We have friends who are planning to be arriving just as we would be departing, but would like to stay a few extra nights with them, so would like to delay our return flight to be leaving beyond the package-deal-included airfare. Is this possible?
11 months ago
Yes, it is possible to book extended airfare. This special package is unable to be done online and would need to be done via telephone with one of our experienced Beach Experts.
Not sure....maybe with increse in price
IS THERE A SPA ON-SITE?6 answers
11 months ago
No. There is a company who will do massages on the beach or in your room.
not sure for the spa, but there is a nice massage location on the beach, very relaxing, seaview.
The Viva Wyndham Fortuna Beach does not have a spa at their resort.
We just visited there last week. No there is not a Spa onsite. But there are so many activities and things to do there to keep you busy.
NO. DONT STAY AT THIS HOTEL!
Yes but Idid not see it.
Can we stay at the resort if we're 18?5 answers
Our friends are planning a senior trip and we are wondering if everyone has to be 18 to stay or can atleast just one be an 18 year old?
11 months ago
Spring Breakers Welcome! The minimum age to check in at this resort is 18 years old. All spring break reservations during March and April will be asked for a deposit. Each spring breaker will be required to deposit $100.00 per person/per stay upon check-in. This deposit will be refunded in full on the basis that no damages have been made to the resort.
Anyone can stay only have different wrist bands for drinking boundries.
We just visited there last week. Yes you can stay there if you are under 21. There were many families and children. You will just receive an armband that states you can drink or not/drink (not sure what the drinking age is in the Bahamas).
Yes I took my daughter for her 18th birthday and most of the guest there were on Spring break most of which were 18 and over!
Our son was there and he is 13. There were other children much younger than him.
What is the nearest airport?6 answers
Are there any non-stop flights from NYC?
10 months ago
I would think so depending on what day of the week.
There may be but you'll want a quick flight back this hotel was horrible!
You fly into the Grand Bahamas International Airport which is about 15-20 minutes from the hotel. Very easy driving if you rent a car. Roads are pretty much deserted.
Nearest airport is Freeport. Whatever flight you take will connect through Miami and can not be nonstop to Freeport.
Freeport and No strait flights from NYC.
The only airport is in Freeport. As far as non-stop flights from New York City - Things change so frequently with airlines these days you'll have to check with your air carrier of choice or travel agent.
Do you get unlimited trapeze classes?6 answers
How frequently are there classes? How big do the classes get? Do they do more than beginner instruction? I would love to take one or two classes every day while I am there.
10 months ago
Trapeze instruction classes are available every day, weather permitting. Class sizes are directly dependant on the volume of guests staying at the Viva Wyndham Fortuna All Inclusive Resort. We do recommend to contact the resort directly to inquire about additional instruction arrangements.
The trapeze didn't seem very busy and I am sure you can do it as much as you like.
I would say yes as many as you want. The instructors were there for two sessions a day, from 9-11am and 3-5pm. They had an average of 3 to 5 people in line at most, and much of the time it had no line. I saw a couple of people train over and over again and they gladly worked with them.
I never really saw any "classes" going on. They just allowed people to go up on the trapeze with a guide at the top and bottom, no real instruction happening.
This was my FAVORITE activity by far. They are open from 9-11 am and then again from 3-5 pm everyday. It wasn't that busy when I was there in January so I got to go as many times as I wanted. They basically teach you one main move and then once you nail that they'll teach you another one. The trapeze attendants are the BEST btw.
Although we did not inquire about the trapeze classes, I do know that mainly kids were walking over to swing on the trapeze.
Also, if the weather is not just right, [it was windy for two of the days we were there] they close the trapeze down due to safety reasons.
Can you arrange air fligt if coming from san jose, california?3 answers
10 months ago
mario, san jose, california
Yes, we can arrange flights from San Jose California! You can call in and speak with a booking agent for assistance.
US Airways will do the trick
We usually fly into Ft Lauderdale the day before and stay the night in a hotel near the airport as we live and fly out of Spokane Washington, this helps break up the long flights and allows us to catch a early flight through Bahamas air we like them because they do not charge for the first checked bag, pretty sure southwest air flies out of San Jose and that's who we usually fly with.
are there any casinos?6 answers
9 months ago
The Viva Wyndham Fortuna does not have a Casino at the resort. There are Casinos in the area, you can check with the resort concierge for more information.
Port Lucaya has a small casino 5 miles away, take a taxi if there are 4 people it costs $5 each. The free bikes are available if you are energetic!
Not at this resort,
The Casino is in Port Lucaya which is less than a 10 minute drive away from the resort. There are taxis that wait outside the front lobby of the resort ready to take you there. It costs $15 each way. The casino is very small, but serves its purpose. I'm a BlackJack player and there were only 3 BlackJack tables in the casino.
Yes, in Port Lucaya.
Not at this resort. There is a very small one at Lucaya resort.
what does all inclusive include?6 answers
9 months ago
All Inclusive features breakfast, lunch and dinner, taxes and gratuities, snacks from 3pm-6pm and from 10pm-5am, fruit service on the beach and by the pool, unlimited cocktails (international brands included), drinks and wines, chaise lounges and towels at the beach and pool, unlimited non-motorized sports with complimentary lesson, daily activities program and live nightly entertainment.
lousy food stay away from all inclusives
All drinks (including alcohol) and food, non-motorized sports (wind surf, kayak, tennis etc)
All inclusive includes food - breakfast, lunch, and dinner at the buffet, dinner at the two restaurants by reservation only (at the main desk area), late night pizza from 11:00 pm to I think 2:00 am, and snacks during the day at the beach bar. It also includes all mixed drinks at the two bars which are at the beach and at the club house.
It includes food, drinks, snorkel equiptment, tips, etc.
Food. Alcohol. Soft drinks. Beach towels (but make sure you return them or you get charged extra). Pool use. Ocean use. Daily maid service. One bottle of water. Entertainment (nightly show, a bit iffy).
Meals (you can pay for steak and lobster at the 2 restaurants), drinks, daily activities i.e. volley ball, Zumba, bingo, darts, soccer, nightly shows, wifi in the common areas, kayaking, snorkeling, sailing, windsurf, archery, tennis. Any off site excursions are at an extra fee.
Do I need a car ? Dive shop on site ?6 answers
Do I need to rent a car ? How close to town ? I am assuming Freeport ? Do you have a shuttle to pick us up at the airport ? How can we get to town ? Is there a dive shop on site ? Do they have a web site ? What are the costs for boat dives ? Thank you !
8 months ago
It is up to you if you would like to rent a car depending on how much sightseeing outside of the resort you will be doing. The resort is roughly a 10-15 minute drive from downtown Freeport. There is no complimentary shuttle between the airport and resort, however when booking your reservation with CheapCaribbean.com, you can choose to purchase the round-trip transfer service at an additional cost. You can rent a car, call a cab, or there may be a local bus that you can take to get to town. The information we have from the resort states that there is a dive shop on property, however you would be best to check with the resort for further information on the shop, including pricing.
You do not need a car if you plan to stay mostly in the resort. You can get taxi to nearby marketplaces. Taxi and rental cars are available at the entrance of the hotel. While most cars are left hand drives (American), you drive on the left hand side of the road (British).
They do have a watersports cabana which can direct you to diving along with snorkle equipment, kayaks, windsailing etc.
There is a taxi driver who was always on time & rates are reasonable (his name is Joe and he is at the hotel frequently) to Port Lucaya it is approximately $5 per person each way. The airport is $31 for 4 people each way. Take advantage of the free bicycles and ride the 5 miles each way to Port Lucaya to shop, gamble and get a coconut drink (they will refill it at the Wyndham) just bring a backpack to bring your goodies back on the bike ;-)
We rented a car and went into town. Car rental was $100/day but taxi service seemed to be $25 everytime you went anywhere. The hotel does have diving available but I'm not sure of the cost. We didn't do any of that. I wouldn't bother going to Freeport...there's nothing there. Lucaya has all the boats and tourist things but really the Fortuna hotel has everything you need. It's worthwhile driving to High Rock and checking out Bishop's food and diving. He had great cracked conch and tells a good story.
You don't need to rent a car, but if you want to sight see then you can probably rent a scooter. The closest town is Freeport, but for shopping, you'd go to Port Lucaya. A taxi ride down there would cost about $15 one way. They have various shops for the cruise folk and a straw market.
Through Cheap Caribbean you can get a shuttle service which was pretty reasonable and reliable. Also, when we went, a free snorkeling excursion was provided by Cheap Caribbean as part of the trip. They do have a dive shop near the buffet building where you can arrange either the snorkeling trip or scuba dives. Unfortunately, we just did the freebie so I don't know the price. There is a reef close enough offshore that you can snorkel over and I believe the hotel will actually loan out snorkel equipment.
Taxi is best way to get from airport to resort. Freeport is close - about 10 minute ride and Taxi is still best. I think they had a dive shop, but cannot remember......
What is included in "All Inclusive"?8 answers
Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner?
Meals buffet, A la Carte, or restaurant?
7 months ago
The All Inclusive Plan at this resort features breakfast, lunch and dinner, unlimited cocktails (international brands included), drinks and wines, snacks from 3pm-6pm and from 10pm-5am, taxes and gratuities, chaise lounges and towels at the beach and pool, fruit service on the beach and by the pool, tea time, non-motorized equipment, daily activities program, discotheque, live nightly entertainment and the Viva Wyndham Kid's Retreat for ages 4-12.
All meals and snacks are included. They had buffet and a la carte restaurants to choose from. All alcohol is also included.
All snacks during the day (pizza, burgers, friends and hotdogs), breakfast, lunch and dinner buffet, one a la carte restaurant (bookings required, but is free), all alcoholic beverages including wine by the glass. Wine by the bottle and champagne is extra.
All non motorised watersports are free but jetskis, boat trips etc are extra.
We just came back from this hotel last week. They have 3 buffet meals a day for breakfast, lunch and dinner with LOTS of choices and good food. The bar is fully stocked and you can get anything you need. They also have a cafe that you can eat from late night from 11-2 am. There are 2 restaurants that you can choose to eat at but they require reservations and some of the items on menu do cost extra. Everything else is completely covered under the all inclusive. You have many excursions you can choose from and those you also pay for but they are not expensive at all compared to some excursions you may choose from on like a cruise ship.
Meals are buffet style, and they do have a separate restaurant, which I did not use.
Alcoholic beverages are included, not top shelf but they were good .
My husband did the scuba diving and had a blast.
The jeep tour was awesome, so was the cave tour.
Beach was wonderful, we had a blast!!!
it includes breakfast, lunch, dinner, alcohol, snacks. meals buffet with the option of two a la carte dinners (included) at the oriental and italian restaurants. no excursions are included (but we had a snorkeling trip booking with cheapcaribbean). kayak, catamaran, trapeze are free
Included is all beverages including alcoholic and specialty coffees, three meals plus snacks.
The restaurants have set times they open/close, but there is also snacks brought out various times per day and a snack hut between the pool and beach. We never went hungry. At the bar, they not only give you alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, but also coffee drinks such as cappuccinos and such.
All the excursions are extra [with exception to some of the on-property things ... but I am not sure which they do and don't charge for since it rained while we were there and we never got out of the bar area.]
Everything is included, lunch, breakfast, dinner and the snack bar at the pool and the pizza at the italian restaurant that is open late night till 2 am i believe. The bar drinks with or without alcohol, the coffee/cappuccino/espresso at the bar. I do suggest to make reservations early when you check in for the Italian and asian restaurant.
I've read online you can pay for fishing excursions, but the resort lists it. Has anyone fished there... does it cost extra
7 months ago
While Cheap Caribbean does not offer any optional fishing excusions, Paradise Island does offer quite a few different options. It would be best to check with the hotel when you arrive to see what different fishing excursions they have to offer and what the cost would be.
Yes. There is a desk inside the main bar where you can see all of the excursions. That is where you can pay for the fishing excursion and set up a date and time. It does cost extra as well.
They have deep sea fishing from the resort and it costs $135/fisherman $65/spectator. I didn't do it myself but that's the price in the brochure.
Yes, they have fishing excursions. You just have to stop by the excursion desk once you get there in the bar area and pick your activity.
We looked into a fishing excursion...averaged $120 a person
Yes, a friend of mine went for 4 hours on a smaller boat with only 4 fishermen and it cost him $125.00
is there complimentary meals6 answers
6 months ago
Yes! Viva Wyndham Fortuna is All-Inclusive.
•Taxes and gratuities
•Breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks
•Fruit service on the beach and by the pool
•Unlimited cocktails (international brands included), drinks and wines
meals, soft drinks, alcohol, snacks, you name it
Yes, all the meals on the resort are complimentary. Including the 2 restaurants that require reservations.
If you choose the all inclusive plan, yes. There is a buffet open for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner every day. There is an Italian and Oriental restaurant there as well. Thos ones you need to make reservations at.
No not that we saw. The "eating times" are all scheduled and are actually very managable. Dont expect the gourmet meal ticket though. The food was average at best. The resort makes up for it with the location, beach, cabanas, rec room, three (3) other restaurants (rev's req'd & more $$), pools and misc other activities they do nightly. Just eat alot and you'll be fine.........
It is all inclusive which means you do not pay anything extra for food and drink at the resort. If you leave the resort, you will have to pay for food.
Is there a complementary shuttle from airport to resort?8 answers
4 months ago
Airport transfers are not included in the room rate. Distance to Freeport International Airport (FPO) is 13 miles. Taxis are available however including the Airport Transfer in you package is the most convenient arrangement.
No, we took the prepaid shuttle which I think was more expensive than if we took a taxi. Don't quote me on that one. But there definitely is not a free option.
No. Take a taxi or arrange for airport transfers when booking your vacation. The government sets the taxi rates, a flat fee between resort and final destination.
Not that I know of. We booked transportation ahead of time.
No- it costs $25 from the airport to the hotel.
Are pets allowed? If so, is there a fee?4 answers
3 months ago
We recommend speaking with the resort directly, before booking, to confirm they allow animals on their property. All arrangements regarding your pet do need to be made with the resort.
I did not try to bring a pet - and I did not see anyone with pets so although I do not have concrete knowledge I bet they don't allow pets.
I don't think pets are allowed. Sorry.
no, pets are not allowed
Is there any nightlife/club that is a good time?7 answers
3 months ago
This resort does offer nightly entertainment, and they also have a night club/disco on the property.
There's a bar and disco called the Goombay right on the property. They have nightly dancing and a DJ spinning the beats each night after the live shows. The bartenders keep you with plenty of drink all day and night. They are also very nice and the drinks are not watered down. I drank Bahama Mamas each night I was there and each night I left feeling great. Good thing my room was directly in front of the club so I did not have to stumble too far.
they have a 'discotech' but it's just a small space with a converted dance floor.
they have nightly shows at 9:30 which we went to one and it was entertaining but if you are looking to party into the night this is not the place to go.
No night clubs on site per say, there is a DJ at night with dancing in the bar.
Some type of show every night. Amateur but entertaining. Also a bar and desperate disco.
be aware the bar area is very smokey.
Although I didn't participate, the property had both a show followed by a disco each night. You could dance and drink until 2am nightly.
The resort had it's own "disco" where you could go dancing. One night they had a bonfire party on the beach with food and music. Also there are nightly shows.
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Viva Wyndham Fortuna All Inclusive Beach Resort houses 276 rooms, each featuring island-inspired decorative accents and equipped with air-conditioning, satellite TV, hair dryer, bathroom with shower, in-room safe (surcharge) and balcony. Cribs available on request.
What sets this Wyndham resort apart from others is first-class entertainment. The trapeze act sends chills down your spine, and the juggling will have you shaking your head in amazement.
What We'd Change
The two a la carte restaurants are popular, so seating is not always available when you want it. You can solve this little issue by making reservations when you check in.
Why You Should Go
In one word, value! Bahamas hotels are expensive. The Wyndham Fortuna Beach rates are great compared to other area options, and it's the only entirely all-inclusive resort on the island.
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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.
Viva Wyndham Fortuna All Inclusive Beach Resort
Churchill Drive and Doubloon Road PO Box F-42398
+242 373 4000
Viva Wyndham Fortuna: Soar Through Paradise
Whether soaking up rays on a secluded, white beach or learning to fly on the
trapeze, you'll cherish your time at Viva Wyndham Fortuna Beach Resort. From
the moment a friendly staff member greets you with a welcome drink at check-in,
you know you've arrived at the only entirely all inclusive hotel on Grand
The Viva Circus dazzles each night with daring acrobatic feats. If you like
what you see, sign up for trapeze lessons or join a juggling workshop. Another
option for sultry Bahamian nights is the Viva Show, which brings together music
and dancing, plus thrilling magic and colorful sets.
Water sports are big here, and you can kayak in the blue waters or try
riding the waves on boogie boards. Perhaps you prefer to catch wind while
sailing or windsurfing. No problem: all these water sports are included! For
additional fees, you can take PADI scuba-diving lessons at Viva Diving, go kite
boarding or jetskiing.
All this activity will have you ready to stop by the beach bar for a
sandwich and pina colada. When the setting sun ends your day on the water, tear
into the buffet at the Junkanoo Restaurant. Or, if you prefer, grab a pizza at
the Viva Cafe or won tons at the Bambu Restaurant.
The 26-acre Viva Wyndham Fortuna Beach Resort, with date palms, hibiscus and
birds of paradise, is ideal for tying the knot. Romantic brides can have a
torchlight wedding on the beach, a gazebo ceremony or exchange vows in a lush
tropical garden. Contact the hotel for reservations.
There's nothing quite like sunrise over the Atlantic, especially from the
comfort of island wicker on a private balcony. Each of the hotel's 276 rooms
reflects the colors of island flowers. The marble floors, all-cotton sheets and
inviting decor create a Caribbean retreat.
Looking for something beyond the all inclusive features of the resort? You
can arrange a tour of the underwater caverns at Lucayan National Park or set an
appointment to swim with the dolphins!
This hotel is All-Inclusive.
Taxes and gratuities
Breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks
Fruit service on the beach and by the pool
Unlimited cocktails (international brands included), drinks and wines
Available for guests 60 years and older and US residents at no additional
charge. ID is required at check-in and the package must be requested at time
reservation is booked.
Priority luggage delivered to the room
Room upgrade (subject to availability)
In-room welcome amenities
Books and board games of your choice
Access to VIP areas
Priority to VIP areas
Priority at a la carte restaurants
10% discount in affiliated stores
10% discount on meals and beverages additional to the all-inclusive
Late check-out (subject to availability)
This hotel includes unlimited food and drinks, but some dining restrictions may
apply. Please check with the front desk for details.
Type: International Hours: Breakfast - daily, 7am-10:30am; Lunch - daily, 12:30pm-2:30pm;
Dinner - daily, 6:30pm-9:30pm Description: International restaurant featuring a full range of savory
cuisines, all prepared by local and international chefs.
Type: Asian Hours: Dinner - daily, 6pm-9:30pm Description: This restaurant serves Asian/Oriental cuisine a la carte.
Reservations are required. Dress code: Casual
Type: Italian Hours: Dinner - daily, 6pm-9:30pm Description: Enjoy pasta and pizza a la carte, for dinner only.
Reservations are required.
All hours are subject to change.
Enjoy cocktails, light snacks and drinks in this bar located in the pool/beach
area. Daily, 10:30am-5:30pm.
Enjoy your favorite beverages in our main cocktail bar. Daily,
The disco promises excitement with music and dancing. Daily, 11pm-2am.
The vibrant colors and tropical rhythms displayed night after night in widely
acclaimed music and magical shows transform the ambiance of Bahamas nights,
filling them with glamour and music as only entertainers can. Excellent
choreography and set design, marked with the imagination of talented team
members is just a small part of the professionalism that makes a Viva Show,
always ensuring laughter and applause from our guests.
The Viva Circus
Guests at the resort will be astonished by amazingly acrobatic stunts,
thrilling interactive trapeze lessons and astounding circus juggling and
entertainment. Viva Circus will further entertain its guests with a full
line-up of circus performances and interactive stunts with trained
professionals, further expanding the resort's comprehensive all-inclusive
The Viva Circus delivers an enthralling entertainment experience. Guests
will feel the excitement as the high-energy, colorfully animated circus
entertains guests with breathtaking flying trapeze and awe-inspiring circus
performance show with skilled experts, thrilling trapeze lessons as guests
learn to soar through the air during an interactive 4.5 hour lesson,
mind-boggling juggling tricks during a hands-on juggling workshop, amazingly
amusing variety of colorful and engaging circus street performances.
Viva Wyndham Fortuna Beach offers guests 1,200 ft of secluded beachfront with
complimentary lounge chairs, palapas and beach towels.
Viva Wyndham Fortuna Beach offers a sparkling freshwater pool with an ocean
view as well as a children's wading pool. Lounges, umbrellas and pool towels
Available for additional charges:
Diving at VIVA DIVING (PADI certified courses)
Banana boat rides
Archery (ages 14 and older)
Sports house (non-morotized equipment)
Tennis and tennis lessons
Yoga and meditation lessons
Available for an additional charge:
The 18-hole, par 72 course at Lucayan Golf and Country Club is a 15-minute
drive from the resort.
Complimentary Wi-Fi is available in public areas of the hotel.
Massage services are available on request for an additional charge.
The wedding specialists at Viva Wyndham Fortuna will help with all the
ceremony arrangements to make sure your special day is unforgettable.
Additional services are available, should you need salon services, a harpist,
help with obtaining a marriage license or catering. The resort can host up to
Beach ceremony - private space on the beach just for you; can host 300
Gazebo wedding - on the beach, you'll find a classic whitewashed gazebo
that's ideal for the wedding ceremony. We can host up to 300 attendees.
Renewing of vows - if it's time to renew your commitment to one another,
the hotel will make sure things are as unforgettable as the first time you
Garden ceremony - in the lush garden or on the lovely terrace; can
accommodate up to 40 guests.
Torchlight commitment - as the sun sets and torches are lit, have your
ceremony on a private portion of the beach, reserved just for you. Here the
hotel can host up to 300 attendees.
Wedding day massage - soothe your nerves or just enjoy the ultimate in
pampering with a seaside or in-room massage on your big day.
Wedding packages are available; please contact the resort for prices and
The special romance package includes room upgrades (based on availability), a
bottle of champagne or sparkling wine, a fruit basket and canapes. To preserve
your memories, the package also includes a 7" x 4" photograph and two t-shirts.
Parents and children alike will enjoy the daily Viva Wyndham Kids' Retreat
where children ages 4 to 12 participate in age-specific activities. Daily,
10am-5pm. Babysitting services are also available for a nominal fee.
Arts & crafts
Viva Wyndham Fortuna All-Inclusive Beach Resort is located on the south side of
Grand Bahama Island directly on the beach. Distance to shopping and restaurants
in Port Lucaya Market Place is 4 miles. Distance to Freeport International
Airport (FPO) is 13 miles.
Check In/Check Out
Check-in: 3pm. Check-out: 11am.
A 3-night minimum stay is required for travel Jan 8-Feb 28, 2013.
2013 Spring Breakers Welcome
The minimum age to check in at this resort is 18 years old. All spring break
reservations during March and April will be asked for a deposit. Each spring
breaker will be required to provide a deposit per person/per stay upon
check-in. This deposit will be refunded in full on the basis that no damages
have been made to the resort.
The Viva Wyndham Fortuna Beach will welcome spring break guests March 1-27,
2013. All spring break reservations during March 2013 will be required to pay a
$100 deposit per person upon check in. The deposit will be refunded in full on
the basis that no damages have been made to the resort.
On some days, passengers from a cruise company may come to use the beach for a
Customers booking this resort exclusively through CheapCaribbean.com will
receive the following VIP amenities:
Special color-coded bracelet to denote VIP status
Upgrade to a higher room category, based on availability, at time of
Preference for reservations in the a la carte restaurants
Reserved area in the buffet restaurant
Special mention in the nightly show and at the weekly beach party
20% discount for items not included on the all-inclusive menu in the
10% discount at the diving center on select activities
10% discount off a car rental (booked through the car rental desk in the
10% discount off multiple excursion tours (booked at the excursion desk)
5% discount off any single excursion (booked at the excursion desk)
Free birthday cake for four people, for Birthday Celebration-this offer
is subject to change without prior notice.
Offer subject to change without notice.
All hours, fees, amenities, information and services are subject to change