Ratings based on 50 Verified Reviews
4.3 Room cleanliness
4.5 Service & staff
4.0 Room comfort
4.0 Hotel condition
Expedia Verified Reviews
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from California
Great location. Groceries 5 times expensive to USAPosted Jun 21, 2017
Pros: Wet clothes dry overnite on the balcony.Super helpful people hang out here.All tours will pick up at the Peace and Pleanty.Only $30 taxi from airport.
Cons: Lots of mosquitos.Tourist fishing not allowed without a guide.We saw giant lobsters (8 and 15 pounds).They got big because you're not allowed 2 take.
Location: Motorboat rental at Minn's across the street.Stocking Island Ferry, $15 round trip is 3 buildings away.Grocery & Edgewater restaurant= 15 min. walk.
Food is scarce and expensive in Exuma. Bring nuts,snacks in suitcase.$3 can of peanuts at Costco cost $28 in Exuma.Locals are very helpful and have the phone number of all the other locals(ie tour guides, drivers) on speed dial.Everything (conch, coleslaw, BBQ chicken, fries) at Edgewater Restaurant is "to die for", big portions,better value than Fish Fry.Big grocery store next door. Bring lots of cash, especially $5 bills. I'd buy 2 dinners at a time and have it "to go". I put one in the fridge for the next day. Behind Chat n Chill on Stocking island, to the left of St Francis restaurant, where all the yachts are parked, is the blue hole. You don't need a boat as others have said. You can snorkel there from Chat n Chill. You know its the Blue Hole because you will see Bob the giant baracuda. Bob is friendly. There is also a bunch of nice coral nearby. Another snorkeling spot is near the front side of Chat n Chill. Two beaches down, snorkel before the yellow buoy. You don't need a boat to get here either, it is swimable with fins. "Must do" is the all day tour to swim with the pigs, sharks and Thunderball island. All tours go to the same place at the same time with one difference. One tour takes you to starfish bay and feeds you conch salad, while another takes you to a really good restaurant where you have to pay extra to eat. You don't need a phone at Peace n Plenty.Front desk & locals will make calls for you.My Magicjack ($30/yr) includes unlimited calls to USA from Exuma
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Venice FL
Awesome local placePosted Jun 6, 2017
Love this place. Wonderful locals with great hospitality. Always a wonderful experience and love the local staff.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Cincinnati, Ohio
friendly helpful staffPosted May 4, 2017
Pros: Clean, Staff makes you feel welcomed
Cons: Menu for selection limited on food, but understand limits on this island since everything must be shipped in
Location: Great Location, right in center of town next to police station, docks and gift shops. Easy walking distance
Staff is great very friendly, rooms are dated but kept very clean and comfortable. Our only minor complaint is food cost is a bit high however, that is found everywhere on this island . We will stay here again whenever we go back to Exuma
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Canada
perfect spotPosted Apr 13, 2017
Right in the centre of Georgetown. Great location and close to local food and experiences.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Jupiter, FL
Nice hotel centrally locatedPosted Mar 14, 2017
P&P is centrally located in downtown Georgetown. It's just a short walk to the dock that takes you to Stocking Island. The hotel has an "old" charm and is very well kept. There are not a lot of outlets in the room and bringing a multi plug outlet helped us a lot .
by A verified traveler
Not so good...Posted Feb 22, 2017 on Hotels
Expensive and not very nice for price. The restaurant kitchen was horrendous, dirty, old, the nicest area was the pool and bar.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
A terrific staff in a centralized locationPosted Jan 29, 2017
Pros: Staff is terrific.
Cons: Eventually all rooms need to be upgraded.
Location: Take the full-day and half-day guided tours to see the swimming pigs, etc. Have drinks at Chat n Chill on Stocking Island.
Exuma is beautiful. It is expensive (pretty much everything needs to be imported from Nassau). Peace and Plenty is a welcoming and warm hotel that is modest in its accommodations but vibrant in its staff's willingness to accommodate you. Adjust your expectations. Appreciate the beauty of your surroundings, as the locals do, and you'll enjoy your stay. There are very few amenities, as compared to luxury accommodations. But you get what you need. The restaurant is very good! The drinks at the bar and terrific. Enjoy Lermon--part of the history of this hotel and the island.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
The hotel is old- but the staff is superb!!Posted Nov 17, 2016
Very relaxing vacation - not very much to do in Exuma -the water and islands are beautiful!
by Gina from Jupiter, Florida
Quaint, clean, and comfortablePosted Jul 4, 2016 on Hotels
Quaint, clean, and comfortable. Perfect for a Bahamas getaway.
by Rodney from Dana Point, CA
Older, but comfortablePosted Jun 22, 2016 on Hotels
It is an older and not updated hotel. That said, it was clean and comfortable and this is Exuma Bahamas. It's all about the islands and the people. The staff are very nice. To me the people are everything.