Grand Isle Resort 4 Bedroom Penthouse Villa
The largest island of the 365 cays comprising the Exuma chain, Great Exuma has been named as one of the top 10 places to visit in the Caribbean. It's all about life on the water, a laid back Bahamian lifestyle, the friendly culture of its capital – George Town, and unique experiences that last a lifetime.
Great Exuma has always been the best kept secret of savvy tropical vacationers. Ideally located in Emerald Bay, Grand Isle Resort & Spa is your gateway to exploring this unique island paradise.
The jewel of Great Exuma - our four-bedroom, 4.5-bath Grand Penthouse - is just over 5,000 square feet and features spectacular ocean views from the highest point in the resort. It offers a spacious living room, banquet-style fully appointed gourmet kitchen with granite countertops, and grand dining room with seating for 12. You'll also enjoy an expansive 1,100-square-foot oceanfront balcony overlooking our famous Exuma BLUE waters and the Greg Norman designed championship golf course.
This exceptional Penthouse villa also features natural stone flooring throughout, a separate Media Room, surround-sound speaker system and a private elevator.
Grand Penthouse Amenities:
- Central Air Conditioning
- Cable TV
- 50-Inch Plasma Screen Television with DVD Player
- LCD Televisions in each Bedroom
- Complimentary Wireless Internet Access
- Coffee Maker with Complimentary Coffee
- Breakfast Balcony
- Full-Size Bosch Washer & Dryer
- Media Room
- Surround-Sound Speaker System
- En-Suite Private Marble Baths in each Bedroom
- Whirlpool Spa Bath in Master Bedroom
- Private Elevator Opening into the Great Room
Note: The photos shown herein are representative of Grand Isle Resort and not the actual unit you may be reserving.
Private Residence with 1 level
4 bedrooms, 5 baths, 4087 square feet, 380 square meters
King, Queen, Queen, and 2x Twin
10 guests maximum
Exuma International (GGT)
15 minutes by car
Gorgeous Ocean View
Pets Welcome Upon Approval
Not Handicap Accessible
PLEASE NOTICE: Daily Resort Fee paid to Grand Isle.
Included With Your Stay for daily mandatory resort fee of $210.
- En-Suite Coffee & Tea
- Daily housekeeping
- Concierge Service
- Four-Person Golf Cart can be rented at $15 per day. (Drivers Must Be 21 or Over)
Activities of Interest
- Bonfire Celebrations on the Beach
- Complimentary snorkeling gear, kayaks, and boogie boards
- Beach Volleyball
- Poolside Happy Hour
- Horseshoes, Golf
- Swimming, Snorkeling, Scuba Diving
Places of Interest
- Deep Sea Fishing
- George Town
- Exuma Cays Land and Sea Park is the worlds's first land and sea reserve founded in 1958.
- Championship Gold Course designed by Greg Norman
Relaxing week in an absolute beautiful penthouse. Grand Isles was a great resort overlooking the most spectacular waters I have ever seen. That staff at the resort was great and treated us like owners. There is only one very good restaurant on property and a quaint little pub that you can take you golf cart to. Have the concierge arrange to rent a SUV(Jeep preferably) for a couple of days to explore the island, some of the prettiest beaches I’ve seen. Some neat bars to see on the way to have a Kalik Gold. Set up a boating excursion to visit the other islands, swim with pigs and other interesting adventures. Again the penthouse was incredible, 4 large bedrooms each with a bath plus a half bath for guests. Private elevator, huge balcony, kitchen top of the line and huge balcony. We will definitely be back to Grand Isle!”
We thoroughly enjoyed the Island of Exuma. The penthouse was amazing! It is spacious and the views are breathtaking. The beaches of Exuma are just breathtaking - even at The Grand Isle. Helpful Tips while there: Definitely rent a car and go have lunch at Santanna's. It is rustic, unpretentious, and literally on the side of the road - next to the beach - in Little Exuma (45 mins drive from Grand Isle) but the seafood is very fresh and delicious! We recommend that you try the Grouper $17 and the Lobster $27.00 for Lunch. The prices increase for dinner $35/lobster. We enjoyed it so much that we ordered to go items and took it back to the hotel - for lunch the next day. We went there twice.....wish it was closer. It is about 20 minutes from the homes in February Point. On the way back, stop at the Tropic Of Cancer (look for the little blue fence at the corner). It is easy to miss. There isn't a lot to do on Exuma so we highly recommend that you hire a boat - for at least a couple days - in advance. They book up fairly quickly. Take the boat to the Chat and Chill in the Harbor. You are not allowed to leave the harbor with the rented boats..... but the harbor is quite large. Try the conch salad at the Chat and Chill. It is very fresh. Personally, I was not too impressed with the food at St. Francis - but the fried conch and the beers there were ok. The beaches all around Exuma were stunning and incredible blue - crystal clear. The tours are interesting - feeding the pigs etc. Rent a golf cart - you will probably enjoy the transportation around the complex. If you like to fish, take a fishing rod with you - like everything else - it is two to three times the cost in the USA. Everything is imported onto the island, so be prepared for sticker shock at the grocery stores. There is a fishing area off the Marina at Grande Isle, and it was fun to fish in the afternoons, but I did not catch anything worth eating. The restaurant on site was good for breakfast and lunch but after a couple days you may want to venture out for a bit of variety. Sandal's is located next to the property and they do allow you to rent their hobyCat boats. There are approx. 8000 people on Exuma.... Overall, we loved the Island and would definitely return in the near future.”
Fabulous week in the lovely spacious Penthouse! The resort staff are very friendly and supportive, the grounds clean and well maintained, and the location is stunning! Recommend taking the 4C's boat tour for a fun day adventuring! The clear warm turquoise ocean water is spectacular!! I plan to return again soon!”