George's place was delightful. Short walk across the street to a lovely beach, while the view from the deck was the marina on the other side of the island. Very well equipped with everything you would want, including small kitchen appliances, lots of towels, shampoo, sunscreen, etc. The condo is nicely decorated, and the resort is generally quiet and pleasantly landscaped. The heated pool was great, in a central location in the resort. There is a bar nearby that can get raucous, but the place was well insulated for sound if closed up. The area felt very safe and the people were friendly and helpful.
The electricity and even water are not completely reliable in the area. We were without running water for 1-2 hours twice during our week there, and electricity was also out for a similar period. Not a big problem when you can just go to the beach, but the nearby restaurants were similarly affected, so we had to delay going out to eat once until the water was back on.
Restaurant quality and selection in and around Treasure Cay is very limited and expensive so don't come to Treasure Cay for gourmet food. There is a grocery store less than a block away, but groceries are expensive on the island as well.
We went on a boat trip with Brendel Dive Center to snorkel at the barrier reef, and it was absolutely amazing, best snorkeling we have experienced by far. The sand on the beach near the condo was the softest and most pleasant we have experienced. Despite the minor inconveniences and limited food options, we had a wonderful trip and the location was terrific.