The Atlantis Hotel Complex has the following accommodations :
The Cove Atlantis
The Reef Atlantis
Unique Quality: Everything you can think of:
Quarium, Casino, Spa, Restaurants, Beaches, Marina, Pools, Shops and water park.
Directions: You cannot miss this complex
A very large room with excellent views of the intercostal. See the photos below. The food and beverages here are out of control expensive; but that's what you get when you are isolated on an island.
Great decor in the rooms, nice private balcony; you get it all.
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In September of 2006 we spent 7 days at the Atlantis Resort, Paridise Island. The resort is pretty incredible to look at. The pools, water slides, acquarium etc. were all nice. The rooms were "mediocre" for the price, the food was mediocre but extremely overpriced. Ten oz. of bottled water was $2.75 and NO WATERFOUNTAINS anywhere on the complex. Be prepared to spend a lot more for food and drink than you should expect to. You are pretty well a "captive" to the facility.
The most aggravating issue is that my wife was injured at the Royal Pool...the grating at the edge of the pool edge was previously damaged, but covered up. We could not tell there was a damaged place and my wife stepped on the grate and fell thru. We discovered that the hotel knew there was previous damage but it was unrepaired. Others had already fallen thru. To date the hotel management has done nothing to assist in recuperation or medical assistance. It was obvious then and continues to be that the management at the Atlantis do not care about safety or your personnal well being. Just bring lots of money...and leave it with them.
Suffice it to say...we will not be going back.
Lovely resort woth seeing but we went in early August and paid way too much for the room!!
A standard room with water view in my book not more than 200.00 per night. This was over 400.00 after tax and tip. Stay elsewhere and eat or just tour here.
There was also air conditioner noise and smell of garbage from balcony. I give it 2 stars.
We were "upgraded" to this room from the Coral Towers upon arrival. I use the quotation marks because although the room was very nice (great TV), there was construction outside our window as they are building a new portion of Atlantis on that side of the building. While the construction didn't ever bother us, I could see why they probably couldn't sell those rooms at the regular Royal Towers price. The people next to us in line at checkin were also "upgraded."
While I had seen on another website a complaint that they were charged extra for a cot, we got one and were not charged extra.
The room was clean. We had maids come in twice a day (once to clean, once at night to check if we needed more towels, et cetera).
I'm not sure if I would have paid extra for this room as the Coral Tower rooms that were open as they were being cleaned that we saw seemed about the same size.
Unique Quality: Big tv, large room. Of course all the amenities that Atlantis has to offer -- the Digs, a huge manta ray, the Leap of Faith and the tube ride through the shark tank!!!
Fabulous hotel on the island. You could easily spend an entire week exploring all this hotel has to offer and never leave the property to see the rest of the island. The hotel is massive so be prepared for some walking. The setting on the beach is beautiful . Guests have access to the beach associated with the hotel as well as the multiple swimming pools on the grounds.
There are several pools, a mayan temples with multiple types of slow and fast slides and a circular stream pool with a current you can float along in intertubes. The hotel bost many wonderful restaurants from quick bites to eat for cheap to several 4 or 5 star gourmet restaurants. Restaurants vary from sushi to chinese to italian to american. There is a large casino in the hotel, nightclubs and great shopping. For boat lovers there is a marina where large yachts often come in to dock and spend weeks at a time during the winter. The owners and crew are very entertaining - most of the yachts are over 100 feet and traveling around the caribbean and the world. I met some really interesting people at this hotel!
Directions: ATLANTIS, PARADISE ISLAND
Wow, what a place, the Royal Tower for me is the best views of the island, but any view from Atlantis is awesome. I have most of my tips on this place listed under Nassau (where they should be, Paradise Island is part of Nassau)... check them out and enjoy the view!
I didn't stay in this part of the hotel, but my parents and grandparents did, and it looked really nice. The mattresses were very comfortable; just sitting on one made me almost fall asleep on the spot. It's the main focus of the resort, but it is also the furthest away from all the action, it seems. Walking from this end to the other end is 1,500 yards, about .8 miles! Here you feel like royalty just for walking into the elevator going up to a room. It's an exhilerating experience, at least it felt like it to me. For staying in the Royal Towers, you get special vouchers to ride jet-skis and do other events at the hotel.
Unique Quality: There's a mini-bar in every room with sensors on the bottom, so if you touch something, you'll get charged for it. Do NOT touch unless you're planning on eating/drinking the item. These rooms have very nice bathrooms and high ceilings. The only con I have about it is that the runners in the hallway are always completely soaked in water, so wear shoes if you don't want to be stepping in squishy carpet.
Directions: The highest building in the New Providence District.. Just look for it.
April 2004 Arrived at the Nassau Beach Hotel, DUMP. Stayed one night, room old dingy, bathroom out of date, sliding glass door hard to open, no lock. Stayed one night out of three. Called Atlantis at 9am, asked for King bed ocean front. They had a room but not sure if king bed available. Packed and was over there by 11am. Checking in they informed us they had a king bed suite for additional money, so we upgraded. Best all they informed us the room was available right now. They most fantastic room I ever stayed in. We had two balconys, corner unit, 2nd floor in the reef wing of the Coral towers, which is the moderate rate building. The ocean front view took my breath away. Two bathrooms, robes, and separate living room. Food was fantatic. walked all day long. Lots to see. Beautiful clean grounds. Booked trip in Sept 04, but cancelled due to hurricane. Taking the kids this year to see.
Unique Quality: Lots of gardens, waterfalls, lagoons with fish, turtles, sharks. Multiple pools and water slides for kids. They wont be bored.
We loved this resort! It was only 2 hours by plane from NYC. That makes this a gem of an escape trip. You''ll find most tourists there are from New York, New Jersey or Connecticutt. That didn't bother us at all, we usually get so busy that we don't have time to make friends. This resort completely caters to all---families, couples, groups, reunions, and weddings.
We stayed at the Coral Towers, which was a pretty good fit for us, its just me and my hubby. When we go back we would like to try the Royal Towers. I wouldn't stay at the Beach Towers, unless you have children. Their pool is catered more to children. The pool at Royal Towers was pretty cool, they were much larger and have these huge slides. Lots of activity in this pool area. The pool at Coral Towers was our favorite. We moved around from pool to pool, and at times enjoyed all but we would always make it back to our pool, closer to our room, more adults, cafes close by, etc.
Our room was great, nicely done, lots of room to move around, a sofa area, a round table and a nice bathroom. We had a view from our balcony overlooking the pool and lagoon area. The only thing is we were just above the Water's Edge Restaurant, but that didn't pose any problems. Our view was only slightly obstructed by white roof tops of the restaurant. But nothing major, we were very happy.
Unique Quality: The resort itself is complete with everything, you don't need to leave the resort for anything. We did, however, visit the town and the straw market, which is fun. You also get to experience authentic Bahamia. We went into town for a few hours, it was perfect. We took a boat over to the town and walked around, shopped and enjoyed lunch.
Here we had stopped for another game of backgammon and a glass of wine ( a fun way to enjoy those cool, quaint areas with a view most people pass up). We're actually on an upper lever balcony, beyond the table is a restaurant below with aquariums as their walls. Absolutely beautiful... peaceful dining..
We chose an upper floor in the Royal Tower (the main tower) feeling like this would be the best view. It was incredible. Although, after exploring the entire resort and seeing the other towers, we realized there really isn't a place without a view of its own.
*Find your paradise at this mecca of unsurpassed tropical luxury on Paradise Island.
*Discover the lost continent of Atlantis at The Dig, slide down a Mayan Temple, or take the Lazy River Ride with the kids for an afternoon in the sun and surf.
*Spoil yourself at the full-service spa, and try your luck in the 50,000-square-foot casino as you enjoy choosing from a wide range of activities and entertainment, all right at the resort.
*Spend a serene afternoon pool or beachside, stroll along the 63-slip marina, or simply soak in the sun from your private balcony.
PREPARE TO SPEND SOME MONEY.
Unique Quality: This luxury resort features a breathtaking 14-acre waterscape as its focal point. Enjoy days exploring six fascinating exhibit lagoons with over 100 species of tropical fish while wandering through underground grottos. Swin in four pools including children's pool and a Lazy River Ride for tubing. Enjoy a variety of watersports on three miles of white sand beach. Nighttime means dining in any of 12 gourmet and specialty restaurants, non-stop action in the Atlantis Paradise Island Casino, a sizzling island musical revue in the Atlantis Showroom and laughing the night away at the Jokers Wild Comedy Club.
Rooms have two double beds or one king-size bed, bathroom, iron, ironing board, mini-bar, in-rooms afe, satellite TV, in-room movies and balcony or terrace. 1147 Air-conditioned rooms.
From their website: Amidst the world's largest marine habitat is Atlantis, the newest and finest resort hotel in the Bahamas. A celebration of the Lost Continent of Atlantis - the property includes lagoons, waterfalls, 11 swimming areas, waterslides and rides, The Discovery Channel Camp for kids, a luxury yacht marina along with a world-class casino and spa, 18 restaurants, 20 lounges and clubs. Atlantis has an unrivaled combination of comfort and adventure.
2,300 rooms (including 216 suites)
Unique Quality: In order to go to their website, you have to have flash player.
According to locals, the hotel was at one time owned by Merv Griffin, and now owned by a Greek tycoon. At dusk, because each turret is highlighted by white lights with a red light on top of each one it looks as if each tower is topped by a sundae with a cherry on top.
I have not stayed at this hotel.
Minimum $475 Night in season, $290 Night non-season. This beautiful facility is quickly becoming legendary as a great escape not too far from the US. The island is just off Nasau, and can be accessed by bridge. The resort is highly secure and those not registered at the hotel are not admitted to the island.
Unique Quality: We stayed in the Royal Towers in a Terrace Room with a Harbour View. The accomodations were great! The pool complex is awesome, there is plenty of room for everyone, and the slides were so much fun. Access to the beautiful beach is very simple. The casino is an added bonus.
Directions: Atlantis is a private island resort, accesible from Nassau by toll bridge. It is located on Paradise Island
In front of the Royal Towers
The Royal Towers of Atlantis
PO Box N7550, Paradise Island
Casino Dr, , New Providence Island, Caribbean
1 Casino Dr, Caribbean
Paradise Island Dr, , New Providence Island, Caribbean
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