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Luxury all-inclusive in Bahamas

The Three Bees Villa resort on Harbour Island offers all-inclusive luxury and gets a glowing review from Forbes contributor Larry Olmsted. Read the article here. 

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Monday, August 26, 2013
Monday, August 26, 2013
Larry Olmsted

Award-winning travel writer Larry Olmsted is Travel Editor Cigar Aficionado, blogs on Travel Forbes.com, Food USAToday.com, Golf Travel LarryGolfsTheWorld.com. Follow him on Twitter.

From Forbes.com:

…This villa compound takes “all-inclusive” very, very seriously and with the exception of whatever you feel like tipping staff, it is practically impossible to dip into your pocket once you arrive (actually, from the moment you land at the airport on Eleuthera). Everything – and they mean everything – from free flowing Dom Perignon champagne to deep-sea fishing excursions and massages – all of unlimited – is included.

Harbour Island has a long, rich escapist history, and this tony island getaway has very few hotels, many expensive homes, repeat guests who have been coming annually for generations, and has always been a get-away-from-it-all enclave for movers and shakers.

Three Bees is a compound consisting of three homes which can accommodate up to 26 people. There is Villa Bee, a five-bedroom house with expansive sea views and a three-room guest cottage; the Beach House, a two-bedroom cottage sitting right on Pink Sand Beach; and Bayside, a unique safari-style luxury tented facility with three bedrooms, on its own private beach. Each unit offers a unique style and complete privacy. Four and six-seat golf carts and five off-road quad bikes (three especially sized for kids) are parked outside the villas at your disposal. The compound has a staff of 23.

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