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Casino at the Radisson Grand Lucayan, Freeport
Categories: Casinos & Gambling, Fun & Games
When in Freeport, gambling enthusiasts can try their luck at Casino at the Radisson Grand Lucayan. Whether you're staying at the hotel or just visiting for some entertainment, you can gamble away at the blackjack tables and slot machines. Have some drinks and snacks while you try your hand at poker, craps, or roulette. While the modest venue serves its purpose on the island, temper your expectations, as this may not measure up to luxury casinos elsewhere. Take a look at our Grand Bahama Island travel itinerary maker to schedule your visit to Casino at the Radisson Grand Lucayan and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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The casino is big, but the staffs not accomodating, no restaurant only bar, overpriced, not recommended for tourist
Very small, no poker. Slots never pay and just not enough of them. Seems very clean but there just doesn't seem to be enough customers to try to add to or modernize the place.
If you need a place to cool off from the sun for a while, this casino is ok. The staff barely acknowledged our existence except to take our drink order at the bar, otherwise,they sat around in corners... read more »
Lauren St Pierre
Beautiful views, poor service. Stay elsewhere, the Grand Lucayan experience was far less than grand. I stayed as an all-inclusive guest at Lighthouse Point. Positives: Churchills restaurant, proximity to beach, ocean views, some staff were pleasant. Negatives: Check-in was confusing, as the resort takes on many cruise-ship vacationers for periods of 2-4 days. My parents got mistaken as cruise ship passengers and had trouble finding staff to redirect them. Our suite had old food in it when we checked in. The A/C broke for 24 hours mid-week (mind you it was in the 90s all week) and only sporadically worked for our remaining vacation. It took us three days of asking the front desk for coffee for our room machine before we got it ourselves directly from housekeeping. Food service staff lacked training, for example, a waitress approached our table and stood silently there with a frown until we asked if we should order...? The front desk was frequently abandoned. We had to pull our luggage to the Manor House on the resort in order to check out even though we verified the previous night that the desk resumes service at 8am. All in all we enjoyed the views and proximity to the beach, but didn't enjoy the inconsistent, poor service.
My wife and went her on our anniversary and really enjoyed the entire trip!! If you go we suggest definitely go all inclusive! It didn't cost much and we meet several couples that didn't and regretted it. Not the place if you're looking for nightlife, everything shuts down after dark but several places to go within walking distance. Lots of shopping close by, other activities and restaurants nearby also.
We had a beautiful view from our room of the beach and ocean. That's almost all 3 stars. Our room smelled musty so we kept the slider open. One of the handles on the sink was broken, and one day the water stopped working for the whole building. Staff was relatively nice, but I don't think they like their jobs. Not the same warm, friendly people everybody says to expect from the islands, especially in the resort restaurants. The food wasn't bad, but nothing to write home about. Also, be aware that the non-motorized water sports is subcontracted out so if you have any issues it could get complicated. If you're like us and you want to sleep with the slider open so you can listen to the ocean, be prepared for landscaping noises every single morning fairly early, followed by a DJ and loud music relatively late into the evening. The market palace next door is a ripoff. However, THE ISLAND IS GREAT once you leave the resort. The people and service at the local restaurants was amazing. Go to Pier One for dinner and to see their shark feeding - it's amazing!
Wish our trip was longer. We stayed only a short time but had a pleasant trip. The rooms are big but dated and could use a refresh. The beach and pools makes up for the room. The staff is super nice and accomodating.
My advice is to RUN not walk AWAY from this resort. The rooms are dirty, they smell and have a huge moisture and mold problem. While the beach and the views are awesome, you can't live on the beach the entire time. The pool could be amazing, but it is not cleaned and maintained well. We often found food and debris in the pool. This is unacceptable. Also, for an all inclusive resort the restaurant options are awful. The one nice restaurant charges you a $25 per person sitting fee, however, with the other poor options you are forced to go there. The service is extremely slow, while they are pleasant, they are not trained properly to deal with the large amount of guests that frequent this resort. The cleaning staff was terrible, we had dirty plates sit outside our room door for 2 days despite calling and notifying the front desk 3 times. The towels and sheets had a funny smell and the grounds were not cleaned and refreshed on a regular basis. For the week we were there they may have swept the grounds twice the entire time we were there. The front desk was often abandoned and check-in was confusing and took over 3 hours. We stayed at the Grand Lucayan Lighthouse Pointe, which is considered the best of their 3 properties, it is far less than grand!I would not recommend this resort to anyone.
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