The Mango Bay goes for the small but sweet approach – it’s got a cosy beach restaurant, a laid-back pool, and an activity line-up that includes glass-bottom boat trips.
The Mango Bay goes above and beyond – the pool has a tropical garden setting and the beachfront restaurant sets out tables for 2 right by the surf. A petite spa is the cherry on top.
This place has a prime spot right on a sandy beach, so sea views come with the territory. Lookouts include the pretty flower-fringed sun terrace.
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Based On 1833 reviews
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- 3 Buildings
- 4 Floors
- 76 Rooms
Food & Drink
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Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. Selected local-brand alcohol, soft drinks, tea and coffee. Snacks at set times.
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Julians beachfront buffet restaurant►
Open-plan buffet restaurant offering breakfast lunch and dinner with kids' meals and a set menu.
Diving lessons take place in the pool, here you can practise your scuba skills.
Open from 10am until 5pm, Tuesday to Saturday for adults only. Treat yourself to a spa treatment or two. There's a choice of massages, body scrubs, nail and waxing treatments.
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Superior Double Room with Pool View and Balcony or Terrace►
Superior double rooms here come with cable TV, a phone, CD clock radio, tea and coffee facilities, bathrobes, a hairdryer, an iron and board, pool and beach towels and a balcony or terrace with views over the pool. These rooms are located in the main building on the 1st, 2nd and 3rd floors.
Deluxe Double Room with Pool View and Balcony or Terrace►
Deluxe double rooms here come with cable TV, a phone, CD clock radio, tea and coffee facilities, bathrobes, a hairdryer, an iron and board, pool and beach towels and a balcony or terrace with views over the pool.
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A Truly Delightful Hotel
We stayed at Mango Bay for 7 nights, but wished it could have been longer. The hotel is quite small, which makes for a more intimate feel. And it’s right on the beach, whilst also handy for the delights of Holetown (check out the Chatel Houses). Rooms are spacious, clean and comfortable (we plumped for an ocean view room and slept to the soothing sound of waves breaking on the beach). The food is great, with the restaurant opening out onto the beach front. Unusually for an all inclusive resort, most meals are al a carte, rather than buffet style, which made for a better experience. And the food was consistently great. All the staff were friendly and attentive. We would highly recommend Mango Bay, and look forward to a return visit in the not too far distant future.More
We have just come back from a two week stay at Mango Bay in a party of 9. Four adults and 5 children. I cannot stress enough how wonderful the staff are at this hotel and it was really emotional saying goodbye which says it all! Nothing is too much trouble , if you dont like whats on the menu they will cook you something else. Standard of food is really good and excellent for an all inclusive. The pool is lovely , although not massive but a perfect size for adults and children alike , added bonus of a volleyball net which was used most days! The rooms were clean and ample towels provided daily. Tip - stay in Superior rooms or above as the standard rooms back on to a noisy street. The beach is gorgeous and you can walk for miles, the water crystal clear with some great snorkeling right off it. Managed to see puffers, lion fish and a stone fish right off the beach!! If you want to see turtles then i suggest a little boat trip (ask Jerry nicely and he may take you free) as you could swim out from the rocks but it is a bit far if you have children. The rays made an appearance too so worth doing. Take a trip to Carlisle bay which is absolutely stunning and swim with the turtles and stingrays. Tiami cruises do a great tour which visit this area. Harbour lights is also a good night out for adults and children alike. This hotel would have been absolutely perfect if it had ping pong /pool table or something similar as this would have entertained the kids more , but they have the pool and beach so not a major issue. All in all i would definitely recommend this hotel , couldn't fault it and would definitely be back!More
Stayed here for 3 nights and thoroughly enjoyed it. Much smaller than the usual all inclusive resort and so much better for it. The staff get to know you quickly and are very helpful. Location of the hotel is brilliant and the beaches great. cannot fault the cleanliness or size of the rooms. They have a good system going for the restaurant and it was never too full.Enjoyed all the mealsMore
Staff are very helpful and friendly. Good food, pool, gym and beach. Good variety of branded spirits all inclusive. Small bottled water is charged at B$3. Rooms are tired and very noisy if close to the street. Staff play loud thumping music all day in the bar next to the pool so not relaxing.More
John P, 186338
This was our fifth visit to Mango Bay, but we had not been back for the last three years. I was therefore rather worried that it would not live up to my happy memories. However, yet again we had an amazing stay at Mango Bay. Since our last visit, there have been some minor improvements to the superior rooms which we opt to stay in, and the beach is much better. However, the rooms are on the tatty side so don’t expect a swish or luxurious hotel. Some guests do find this difficult. The fabulous staff were still fabulous, and many were the same as three years ago which is lovely. The food was excellent, although breakfast could have some improvements, particularly the porridge! I would not describe it as fine dining, but it was interesting and varied, and served very well with a good mix of buffet and waitress service. You are asked to specify your mealtimes, which was never a problem as staff were very flexible if we wanted to change. As there is only one restaurant, it would be impossible if there wasn’t a booking system. The hotel is in a great location, the entertainment was excellent, and as always we met some fabulous people. We love it !More
Jane G, 528818
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