We needed peace and we found it. Staff very friendly and helpful. Mark, the general manager, was visible all over the grounds, was extremely gracious and friendly. My wife and I wanted to stay longer, once we had been there a day. The sand is pink and almost like a powder. The reservation staff, when I called a week beforehand to confirm the
details, were very informative re: what flights and times I should have scheduled, considering the resort is accessible by water taxi and taxi tandem from ELH airport. Talk to them first, then schedule your flight! Surf and turf was the freshest filet mignon and lobster we have ever eaten, EVER. Key lime pie to die for. Continental breakfast generous and very nutritious. We will never forget how nicely we were treated, two ordinary people treated with kindness usually reserved for the rich and famous, I presume. Suzanne, Shawnee, Toya, Special K, Sherene, Mark, and many others we hold in our hearts. And the massages were amazing. Our first trip to Bahamas, but not our last. We thought Aruba and Cayman were really nice. Now the Pink Sand has raised the bar!
This intimate resort consists of a cluster of pastel cottages scattered throughout 20 acres of tropical forest; just below is …More
We stayed six nights in Sandpiper (beachfront room). I couldn't have been happier.
Good size room with a giant bathroom. The view was amazing.
You step right out the sliding glass door and there is a private deck and walkway that leads to the beach.
If you have a golf cart, you can park it right in front of the cottage.
The beaches are beautiful and were not crowded at all. I would definitely return to coral sands.
Mark from Houston
Arrayed on an eight-acre gardened hillside facing Harbour Island's three-mile beach of pale-pink sand, this petite resort …More