My wife and I are all-inclusive veterans. Our room was well maintained by our housekeeper. Large variety of food to pick from.....if you can't find something you like you are definitely too-picky. Alcoholic drinks were good...if they weren't strong enough just ask and they would make them stronger!..lol. The weather didn't cooperate as far as the wind, but it was sunny everyday. Overall a good experience.
Traveller from Oklahoma
The Riu Palace Paradise Island resort faces an ivory-sand beach stretching 5 km (3 miles) along the Atlantic Ocean; a casino …More
"Good location, good restaurants, not great staff"
We enjoyed our stay though most of the staff were not very welcoming and usually seemed to be going through the motions or hoping for tips!
The location is excellent and there are obvious opportunities to walk the long, lovely beach.
We were unfortunate to pick a period when lots and lots of young swimmers from all the Caribbean countries were based at the hotel for a big event, making for chaos in the buffet restaurant at breakfast and lunch times - the staff coped badly with the numbers, food was not plentiful or properly replenished at these times. Fortunately, in the evening it was possible to book places in the other restaurants, all of which were really good.
At no point in our stay did any staff go out of their way to get to know you and often service was slow and waiters/waitresses were offhand, particularly in the buffet restaurant, which could benefit from decent management! In the evening restaurants everything was much better and we thoroughly enjoyed every evening meal.
Entertainment was very limited, both during the day and in the evening but the hotel does benefit from its lovely beach and there were always plenty of loungers available both at the pool and on the beach with towels always available.
The bedroom was large, well equipped and always spotlessly clean. Our balcony was small but did offer a great view along the beach. It was slightly off putting to be immediately asked if we wanted to pay for an upgrade to a room with "a much better view, however"!!
Traveller from Sunderland, UK
This all-inclusive resort is located on the white sands of Cable Beach along the Atlantic, offering the relaxation of water …More
This is our fourth time at Atlantis. The first time we were impressed. Rooms were a bit above average and everything was fairly new. Second time and third time we saw a decline and if it weren't for our younger set of children we would have not gone back but this last time we were pleasantly and unexpectedly pleased with the cleanliness of the rooms. The last time we switched rooms because of must mildew smells but this time they were not that way maybe they did some updating or freshening up as far as the rooms went? No complaints this go round. Water park is always a fun time! Definitely needing some refurbishing though. Function is there but aesthetically is definitely in decline. Staff was pleasant as always and very interactive!!! Just don't be in a hurry for anything lol they are definitely on island time!
Traveller from New Orleans La
These spire-topped towers contain 1,201 rooms and embody the Lost Continent theme offered by the water-park and marine-life …More
"Very nice Hotel and possibly the only big one open"
My family & I enjoyed our stay. Very friendly and helpful staff. Some of the breakfast was cold but it was a very good place to stay.
Unfortunately due to the hurricane last year, most of the beach was closed due to those resorts along the beach being closed.
Adjacent to Port Lucaya Marketplace, this resort occupies a promontory jutting into Bell Channel Bay, a narrow waterway near …More
Must get beach front rooms or the rooms are not worth the price you pay. Beds are not comfortable, overall outdated/dirty feel to the rooms.
The food and staff are outstanding! I would go back, but I would get a beachfront room
Traveller from R
Located on the south coast of Grand Bahama Island, this All Inclusive 23-acre resort faces a 1,200-foot white sand beach …More
We last visited Hope Town Harbour Lodge 40 years ago and were pleased that it, and Hope Town, have only gotten better in their own charming ways. The restaurant in the hotel is very very good and there are now other numerous other choices nearby for you to try. Be aware that the sound side, unlike the Lodge, gets fewer breezes and can be hotter in the afternoon.
Traveller from Raleigh NC
Located in Elbow Cay, this beachfront resort is in the city center and within a 10-minute walk of Wyannie Malone Museum and …More