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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Way more than i expected. the staff was friendly and welcoming. the food was delicious (not just your average buffet crap like in most inclusive resorts). you can get your souveniers, excursions, activities, liquor, food and everything else all in the resort - no need to leave the island! i can't wait to go back again. Atlantis is RIGHT next door - you can hop in and out and explore whenever you want for their casions and such. the entire experience was just like being in paradise - loved it! HOWEVER, i will say this - i'm dissapointed in the fact that they DONOT HAVE AC in the front desk and lounges. they leave the doors wide open most of the time and all the musky humid bahamian air comes gushing in. that was the only drawback of this resort really. almost every other resorts have cool air blasting!!! but the hotel rooms and restaurants definitley have AC so don't get me wrong... its just the reception area and the lounges. but this con almost didn't matter compared to all the pros! this resort is awesome!
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Aug 10th, 2005
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 at the Beach Towers and we had a great time. The hotel is older and at one end of the resort. It is close to the beach. Their are pools everywhere. The resort is beautiful and very clean. It is one of the neatest places I have ever been too. You have plenty to do. On the down side you have to walk alot! So, if you don't like to walk far - this isn't the place for you. Also, yes the food is expensive but water is cheaper right outside the resort in a little shopping village. If you don't do the meal plan - then you can eat at Starbucks for breakfast. Dinner is expensive in the resort but Bimini Road was good and not so bad. Johnny Rockets was not good - overpriced and wasn't that good.
4
Jul 2nd, 2007
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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We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Atlantis. I particularly liked staying in the coral tower villas because it felt like it was the least busy of the resort. We had easy access to our own pool and small lazy river that was less crowded. The beach access was also better than the other side of the resort. We traveled over to the other side every day, but always started and ended back on our side. We really weren’t in the room that much at all. Also, we have two girls ages 6 & 3 and we had read reviews about the resort not being stroller friendly so we left our stroller at home. By the end of the second day, we rented a stroller from the resort. If you like to do and see everything like we do, you will do a TON of walking and their little legs couldn’t take it. Neither could our backs from carrying them everywhere. There are ramps and elevators everywhere but usually hidden so just ask if you can’t find them. We also packed snacks like the reviews said and that was a life savor not only from just expense view, but more due to the fact our girls were snacking constantly and they are somewhat picky. So it was a blessing to have what they liked on hand versus walk miles to find the right snacks. We were also a little concerned about the girls not being tall enough for most of the water slides, but we found more than plenty to do for their age and height. Very fun trip!!
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Aug 31st, 2006
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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Atlantis has wonderful facilities - think luxury beach resort, casino, outstanding restaurants PLUS a water park and aquariaum (equivalent to Shedd in Chicago or New England Aquarium). Beautiful landscaping, pools and beach. Very kid friendly and the clientele shows it. Lots and lots of kids. Then think wall to wall people. Especially on days the cruise ships are in and people pay $29 to visit the resort. Row after row of beach chairs at every pool completely filled. Impossible to get 3 chairs together after 10 am. Lines for all the water rides. The pleasure of the resort was reduced considerably by the crowds and the additional fees for nearly everything. (good news is that the water slides are included). There is not even use of a fridge in the room to keep snacks and drinks the family might prefer. Instead a minibar with bottles of water for $3 and sodas costing even more. $30 for an umbrella at the beach. $15 to use the fitness center. $10 a day for internet access. For the price (or even up the daily rate another $50) more should have been included. We felt nickled and dimed to death for all the "extras" that most resorts include as part of the pacakge.
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Jul 26th, 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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