Riu Palace Paradise Island All Inclusive

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6307 Casino Drive, Paradise Island
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The Riu Palace Paradise Island resort faces an ivory-sand beach stretching 5 km (3 miles) along the Atlantic Ocean; a casino is adjacent and the Paradise Shopping Centre is 457 meters (500 yards) away. read more
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Just got back from 5 nights at the Riu. It took 4 tries to get the room we paid for. All rooms have ocean views, but get an odd numbered room that also overlooks the pool. The even numbers overlook the noisy A/C fan that runs all night. The room looked wonderful, but was always musty. Carpet felt damp and the dresser drawers stuck. When I took clothes out of the closet they felt wet and had to actually use the hair dryer to dry them! The in-house entertainment was pretty bad (except for the magician). The music at the pool and on the beach was so loud and obnoxious. It wasn't even island music...many times it was loud rap. Even ear plugs didn't help, and forget being able to read a book! There are some positives here, however. All 4 of the specialty restaurants were very good. You must make reservations between 8-9am for that night & can also ask for the next night too. The buffet is always good too, however the food is not always hot (especially at lunch). There is plenty to chose from. The service in all of the restaurants and bars is excellent! If you go next door to Atlantis after 6pm, you can walk right into "The Dig" for free. The casino at Atlantis is beautiful-did not seem very busy-so it was fun.The marina area there has lots of shops and restaurants and gorgeous yachts to look at. Bottom line? Resort looks ok, food and drinks are good, rooms are musty, nightly entertainment bad - we will not go back. Believe the reviews. They are right.
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Oct 11th, 2007
Atlantis Beach Tower

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One Casino Drive, Paradise Island
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Part of the water-park and marine-life Atlantis resort on Paradise Island, which connects by bridge to Nassau, this 423-room tower at the tranquil east end of the resort lies close to 3 miles of beach. read more
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We stayed 6 nights in the beach tower - my wife and I and our 10 month old son. The Beach Tower is the oldest of the 3 hotels at the Atlantis. The room was fine - nothing extraordinary but well kept, well furnished...great water pressure in the shower. The staff was extremely friendly - I read a post about this place from someone criticizing the staff. I totally disagree - every single person you come in contact with is friendly and helpful. The resort itself is incredible - tons of stuff to do - lots of pools, beautiful beaches, and the acquariums are awesome. The food is overpriced, but it is that way anywhere in the Bahamas. You can find decent deals for lunch on the property at the hamburger stands near the Beach Tower pool ($22 for 4 burgers, 2 large fries and 4 cokes), but all in all food is pretty expensive. There are some restaurants directly across the street, including a Quiznos, that are cheaper - but still more expensive than the U.S. No taxes, but they charge an automatic 15% gratuity for any purchase, including cokes in the market shop. Bring your own snacks - a bag of chips was $7.00; candy bars are $3.00; cokes are $2.50/can. This place is probably a bit overpriced, but if you are going with young kids it is worth it as there is so much for them to do.
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Nov 15th, 2001
Atlantis Coral Towers

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One Casino Drive, Paradise Island
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Part of the water-park and marine-life Atlantis resort on Paradise Island, which connects by bridge to Nassau, these three coral-colored towers containing 693 rooms are near the water-sports lagoon. read more
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In order to get a loungechair, you must do what everyone else does-go out at 7 am and put your towel as well as some posession on the chair. If you come out at 9 am, they'll all be gone. We went during spring break-obviously a very crowded time. You must like kids and be able to tolerate much noise and chaos to enjoy this resort. Food is overpriced, but Murry's Deli is an okay deal and has a great menu with good quality food. The nicer restaurants are about $50 per person.
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Apr 17th, 2002
Atlantis Royal Towers

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One Casino Drive, Paradise Island
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These spire-topped towers contain 1,201 rooms and embody the Lost Continent theme offered by the water-park and marine-life Atlantis resort on Paradise Island, which connects by bridge to Nassau. read more
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I thought the hotel staff could have been more accomodating...but of course if you offer a little monetary incentive you can usually get what you need. The resort really needs to work on the food situation. It's bad enough that the restaurants are more expensive than eating at a Morton's, or Ruth Chris or some other expensive steakhouse in NY,...but the food was horrible in some places. Bimini Road. Forget it. Don't eat there...no matter what the menu looks like. Places like Carmine's was okay but served cold bread...I mean ice cold on the table. What Italian restaurant would do that? Thank God for the ice cream shop, the pizza place and the Jamba Juice. If it weren't for having to pay $$$ dollars a person per meal the trip would have been perfect!!
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Apr 25th, 2004
One&Only Ocean Club

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Po Box N 4777, Paradise Island
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The renowned One&Only Ocean Club is set above an uncrowded beach that stretches for 3 miles on Paradise Island's north shore. Its 35 lush acres include gardens inspired by Versailles. read more
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Paradise Island Harbour Resort All Inclusive

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Harbor Drive, Paradise Island
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Set on Paradise Island's south shore. This waterfront resort overlooks the harbor and ocean inlet and welcomes singles, couples, groups,and families; Downtown Nassau is easily accessible via water taxi. read more
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Front desk staff was very welcoming and friendly when we arrived at the resort for check-in. The gentlemen that helped us was quite informative explaining what was included in our package and how everything worked. We had a wonderful corner room with balcony on the 7th floor (get a balcony room) overlooking the Atlantis resort and the beach below. The location of this resort cant be beat as you can walk to everything! Casino, beach, shops, and ferry ride into Nassau. They also provide bikes for free. The hotel itself could use a little refreshening but well worth the all-inclusive price. Food was good, several options to choose from & drinks flowed from morning to night. Big bang for the buck if your on a budget! Must do's: Versailles Gardens @ sunset, Blue Lagoon Island, The Dig at Atlantis, walk-through historic downtown Nassau
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May 7th, 2007
The Cove Atlantis

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One Casino Drive, Paradise Island
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Perched above 2 gorgeous white-sand beaches, this all-suite luxury resort stands amid lush landscaping, shimmering waterfalls, freshwater pools, and an enclave within the wonders of the Atlantis Resort. read more
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