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Atlantis Paradise Island
The Atlantis Paradise Island is a resort and waterpark located on Paradise Island, the Bahamas. Officially opened in 1998, the resort was created by South African hotel magnate Sol Kerzner and Kerzner International Limited.

Atlantis Paradise Island is the Caribbean's most amazing vacation resort, romantically located in the Bahamas. Atlantis's water parks, celebrity chef fine dining,

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Atlantis, Paradise Island is a destination resort that features the world's largest open-air marine habitat and Aquaventure, a thrilling waterscape of slides and rides. Enjoy 20 swimming areas, Mandara Spa, duty-free shopping, Atlantis Kids Adventures, sports centre, extensive dining, bars and clubs. Explore The Dig and interact with gentle dolphins at Dolphin Cay.

“SUPER EXPENSIVE FOR THE VALUE”

WHEN WE GOT THERE, OUR ROOM WAS NOT READY AT 3:00 PM, HAD TO WAIT A LONG TIME FOR OUR ROOM TO BE READY, SIT IN THE LOBBY WITH SUIT CASES. BAD BAD BAD THE FOOD WAS ALSO NOT GOOD, THE COST WAS VERY HIGH, THEY ADD A 15% TIP AUTOMATICLY TO THE ALREADY HIGH PRICE, 2 SMALL SANDWICHES FOR $US 45.00, ITS JUST NUTS !!! THE WIFI WAS $26.00 PER DAY, AND IT WAS WEAK !!!

The strong points NONE The weak points COST, FRONT DESK, FOOD,WIFI, ETC, ETC, ETC

John Cheong Richmond Hill, ON from 2015-01-10 to 2015-01-13 (3 days)

“Great Vacation!”

We had read some negative reviews prior to leaving for our 5 night, 6 day vacation at Atlantis, Paradise Island and weren't sure what to expect upon arrival. Luckily, we were pleasantly surprised. We stayed in a Harbourview Room in the Royal Towers, which was an upgrade from the Terrace view we had originally booked. (definitely ask for an upgrade no matter what room level you book as it seems like they give upgrades fairly regularly to anyone). The room was big, clean and updated with modern decor. TV was a good sized flat screen with great programming, including a CBS channel for Canadians. We had a coffee maker in the room and they provided Starbucks coffee (including decaf) daily, which we had every morning and was very good. There is a mini bar, which charges by weight, so if you move anything, it will charge it to your room. However, the top shelf was empty, so we were able to keep a 1.5 litre container of milk in it for our toddler's bottles at night, as well as some leftovers from dinners. We loved the location of being in the Royal Towers, nice and close to all of the main action, however, farther away from the Marina area, which has the cheaper restaurants. We did not have a meal plan, so we did not want to eat in the hotel restaurants every night as meals were at least $30-$50 each. (even breakfast seemed to be $25-$30/person at any of the hotel restaurants. At Plato's bar in the Royal Towers you can get continental style breakfast for a bit cheaper. We got a bagel with cream cheese/jam/peanut butter/etc. 2 mornings and they were $3.95 each and were really good. However, 1 piece of whole fruit (ie. 1 banana, 1 apple, etc.) was $3 USD! We asked for a big 1.5 litre bottle of Dasani water at this bar and it was going to be $9.75!! There is a small grocery store in a little plaza across the street from the Marina area where you can buy essentials like bottles of water for $3.95, fruit for $1/piece, jug of milk for $5.95, yogurt for $1.75 (compared to $4 at Plato's). There is also a pizza place in this same plaza called Anthony's where we ordered a large whole pizza for $17. However, we did find that the Sharkbites cafe in the Mayan Temple pool area of the Royal Towers had very reasonable small salads for $4 and decent lunch prices ($4 for onion rings). Frozen drinks are $10, a beer is $7 - very expensive overall. One tip is if you buy a soft drink, you can keep the cup and refill it all week at any pop machine, they are only $4. Beach is nice and close to everything, maybe a 5 minute walk from the hotel lobby and was beautiful!! It was a little bay area just beside the Cove hotel area and it was perfectly calm and clear so our toddler could play around very easily. Slides and pool amenities were amazing. Our toddler had so much fun at only 19 months! Most activities there require kids to be 3 though, so plan on doing other things with toddlers under 3. The Dig was great, we only went through it once, but it was definitely an interest for our toddler and for us. Casino is attached to the Royal Towers and you walk through it to get to the Marina area where there are restaurants like Quizno's (which had very reasonable breakfast sandwiches for $5.95) starbucks and a little pizza place which was delicious. It also has a Johnny Rockets, which was reasonable as well. There is a small variety type store in the Royal Towers where we would buy candy, $2.05 for a milkyway bar and $2.35 for a bag of sour gummy bears. They had diapers, drinks, magazines, sunscreen, beach toys, etc. but I don't know how much that stuff was. We had a great trip and would definitely go back again. You just have to be prepared to spend some money, or make some effort to find the cheaper places if you want to keep it cheaper. Our packages were $1045 which included a direct flight on Westjet from Toronto just under 3 hours (really enjoyed our westjet flight too!) and transportation to and from the airport to Atlantis and of course, our hotel stay. I don't think the meal plan option is necessary. If you want to eat at the hotel restaurants every day/night, then maybe the eating plan would be worth it, but there are plenty of cheaper options in the Marina area and then you could splurge a few nights for hotel restaurant dinners if you really wanted. (the Marina area was about a 10 minute walk through the hotel from our room though FYI) We took $500 USD and came home with $100. Had to charge $65 USD to our room because some of the cafes by the pool are cashless, but Sharkbites and 2 others accepted cash. So in total, we spent $1045 each (flight/hotel & our toddler was free) for 5 nights at Atlantis and $465 on food/drinks (including for our toddler as well) and never went without. (However, I should mention that I am pregnant, so I was not drinking any alcohol and my husband did not end up getting any alcohol either). You could probably find a liquor store to buy some alcohol to keep in your room and take down to the pool too if you wanted. Oh and internet is $21.95/day but Quizno's offers free 1-hour access, even if you don't buy anything, so we would connect whenever we went to eat there just to check email, etc. We heard that in the library in the hotel you can use the computers for free as well for 20 minutes. Great vacation & would definitely recommend it to families, especially with older children.

The strong points Great amenities and perfect for children of all ages. The weak points More suited to kids 3 and older, very expensive food, although there are some cheaper options, still very expensive compared to north american prices.

Lindsay & Kyle Mcvey London, ON from 2014-09-15 to 2014-09-20 (5 days)

“Atlantis Bahamas”

The Atlantis Resort Bahamas is a nice resort. The beaches were especially beautiful. I would go back.

The strong points Beach was beautiful, resort was nice. There was a lot to do and see. The weak points Service in general was average.

Nicole Scarborough, ON from 2014-06-28 to 2014-07-02 (4 days)

“Bad view from many of beach tower”

beach &coral towers need a makeover on the outside . Beach tower balconies look over a very old shabby roof. Not what I expected.

The strong points gardens * aquariums The weak points price of restaurants &look of the beach tower *its view of the old roof

Rosemary Theresa Filipchuk King, ON from 2014-05-19 to 2014-05-23 (4 days)

“Outstanding facilities”

We highly recommend this resort for its outstanding facilities and activities. It offered unparalleled marine habitats, beautiful beaches, an amazing water park with rides to suit all levels of adventure-seekers, and a range of pools for children and adults of all ages. All of the hotel areas were well-staffed with helpful and friendly employees. There was no shortage of things to do. While the food at restaurants was expensive, there was plenty of access to reasonably-priced fare at the pool-side cafes and within walking distance of the resort.

The strong points Outstanding grounds, marine habitats, water parks, and pools! The weak points Food at the restaurants was very expensive. The public beach was rather dirty, mainly because guests left their drinks / straws / coconuts on the beach without tidying up after themselves.

Jmn Oakville, ON from 2014-03-19 to 2014-03-26 (7 days)

“Fantastic!”

Our third time back and we'll continue to go! People are great, resort has something for everyone and kids especially will have a blast. Go into town for cheaper, authentic meals...especially the Fish Fry!

The strong points The people/service The weak points cost of meals if you stay on resort

The Schroeders Brooklin , ON from 2014-02-25 to 2014-03-04 (7 days)

“Atlantic Paradise Island”

Everything was clean, and outstanding service. The place was amazing. For sure a dream come true.

The strong points a special vacation The weak points Should have more activities for kids during the day to get them to meet others. A shy child will not go to the night fun place if they have no one to go with.

Linda Howell Burlington, ON from 2014-03-09 to 2014-03-16 (7 days)

“Lots to do at Atlantis”

You never have to leave the resort to find relaxation or challenging activities no matter your age. It's great for couples, families and a group of friends. We had a terrific time at Atlantis Paradise Island!

The strong points There is lots do do - you will never be bored no matter your age or who you are travelling with. The weak points Food is a little pricey however if you ask a lot of questions you can find value not too far away from where you are staying.

Linda Enterprise, ON from 2014-02-08 to 2014-02-15 (7 days)

“Not worth the $$”

This is the dirtiest, smelliest, grossest resort ever and we paid for a room in the "royal" tower . Our freshly cleaned room had hair in the sink from when the person who had the room before us had shaved and housekeeping didn't bother to clean it, the tub had a scuzzy ring in it, long hairs near the toilet, stains on the carpet and bedding, and a dirty coffee filter in the coffee maker. It stinks like mold and cigarettes (even tho I requested a non smoking room) and outside the west wing of the royal towers there is an awful, rotten smell that was there the whole week. I always stay in 5 star resorts and I have no clue how this one ever got a 5 star rating. 2 stars at the most!!

The strong points The water park is fun. The weak points Everything else.

Erica Belleville, ON from 2014-02-03 to 2014-02-07 (4 days)

“Nassau”

I'll go back again

The strong points Nice place The weak points Pricy

Ecmm Newmarket, ON from 2014-01-27 to 2014-02-03 (7 days)



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