Concierge.com's insider take:
You see pictures of this friendly little inn all over the place—its playful, polychromatic facades have become almost a surrogate logo for the Bahamas. Each of the 18 dainty one- and two-story dollhouse huts is painted in one of eight playful colors; the pathways are lined with tropical blossoms; the restaurant is decorated in yellow augmented by a palette of oranges. The interiors of the huts, though, have been toned down from their original carnival of colors and now come with white walls to offset the chocolate-colored ceilings and wood trim. Air-conditioning units back up the ceiling fans; the bathrooms (showers only) come with Aveda toiletries but are a little tight for vigorous toweling; the skimpy closets can handle only a limited wardrobe—but then, who's bringing bags of clothes to a place where the daily round involves walking from the pool to Love Beach to the bar? The 150-seat restaurant (a charmer, indoors and out) is a no-fuss retreat. Try the pan-fried fillet of Nassau grouper topped with sautéed almonds and butter-lemon sauce. There's a small spa and a computer room, but the bedside reading leaves something to be desired (Economics in One Lesson, anyone?).
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