Island Seas Resort
6 rentals: $107 - $156 per night
4 resales: $2,999 - $8,000
points/credits from $0/ea
This tropical island resort is surrounded by a host of activities. Relax on a secluded white sandy beach and enjoy the pool, hot tub, waterfall, tiki hut, and restaurant. The crystalline blue waters offer some of the best scuba diving, snorkeling, sailing, and deep-sea fishing. With a beautiful reef less than a mile offshore, you can take a breathtaking tour by submarine, sunset cruise, or take the high road and see the island by sky diving or parasailing. Try a variety of golf courses, restaurants, shops, gardens, and casinos. Island Seas offers spacious one and two bedroom beachview or poolview accommodations that are equipped with full kitchens. It's excellent location puts you within minutes of shopping, golf and entertainment.Island Seas Resort
123 Silver Point Drive
- Car Rental
- Handicap Accessible Units
- Laundry Room
- Outdoor Pool
- Whirlpool/Hot Tub
- Grocery Store
- Horseback Riding
- Live Entertainment
- Playground Area
- Shopping Area
- Water Skiing
- User: dorism54
- Posted: Nov 2, 2014
Spent a week here in February 2014. The staff was wonderful. My flights got cancelled and I was able to get another night at a very reduced rate. We return every couple of years in February or March and are never disappointed. The resort could use an update but the staff and surroundings make up for it. The resort was almost full but never feels crowded. A great place to relax.
- User: michelles553
- Posted: Sep 22, 2011
- Updated: Sep 8, 2014
Just returned from a vacation at Island Seas Resort, 8/23/2014. The resort is going downhill. Horrible beds, screws in door falling out, sliding doors don't open, blinds won't close, guess managment does not want to pour money into the resort. Kicked the Conch Man out, guess he was making too much money and the restaurant resort was not. Horrible service at Coconuts. More aggravation than relaxtion at this resort. It was not a vacation. Will never go back.
- User: ajdru
- Posted: Feb 22, 2012
Since first staying at the Island Seas in 1998, I have simply loved the resort, the people who make you feel so welcome, the ocean breezes and white sandy beaches, the yummy umbrella drinks and so much more! Island Seas Resort is an ideal location for a relaxing tropical get-away. Put it on your "must do" list!
- User: pdm228
- Posted: Apr 28, 2008
Just got back from my week at Island Seas (4/18-4/25). The resort is very nice, the daily maid service is rare for timeshare. The units were clean and nicely furnished. The resort was great with the beach and ocean right there. We snorkeled right from the beach. Parasailing, jet skiing right at the resort (many other activities that we did not participate in). Lots of families so my kids had others to play with. Happy Hour; Daily 2 for 1 from 4 to 6. Daily bus to Port Lucaya was a bonus. Would definately reccommend.
- User: ray85
- Posted: Oct 10, 2006
The resort is beautiful. However, ocean front rooms are definitely in the miinority. There is only 1 building out of the complex that is beach-front. Some of the other buildings have a beach view, and some of the buildings have a courtyard/pool area view.
There will be construction going on during the 2006-2007 time frame. They try and minimize construction noise, roped off areas, and obvious construction issues as much as possible, but it is there. Not necessarily unpleasant, but it's difficult to enjoy a peaceful margarita when there is a backhoe working 60-70 yards away. Note again - more construction is planned for future expansion, so this may be an issue for several more years.
Do be aware of buying there. There is a cancellation clause hidden in the middle of a 'fact sheet'. Basically, even if you cancel within the allowable time frame, it is still going to cost you about $1200-$1400 minimum (if you stay only 2 nights). The sales people do not go over this in any detail, and the contract does not list prices for the items you will be charged for. So basically, it's like giving them a blank check. Be forewarned.
I realize the need to review items closely before signing, so I've paid my money and learned a lesson. But they do a good job of glossing over the downside of a cancellation and never provide the costs of doing that.
Also, note the contract expires - it is NOT permanently deeded like many time shares.
The personnel are nice. Sales folks are kinda pushy, but that's the norm for most sales folks on commission.
Grounds are well-kept, beach is groomed daily, the on-site restaurant/bar is pricey.
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