The resort caters to every age group. Plenty of helpful staff all over the place. Music, fun, food, and the spa all spectacular. Transportation to and from the airport should be included for the price however AND the prices are a bit outrageous for food on the property.
Thought we booked this hotel as an all inclusive, but found out at the hotel during checking that we hadn't. That was a shock, but it was my mistake not the hotel's issue. Went back into Expedia and realized that you can't book this hotel as an all inclusive from this site. The hotel is more expensive than I would normally book, but there was so much to do and the grounds were so beautiful that I'm glad we spent the money. Ended up booking a meal plan at the hotel, as well as a liquor plan. Those saved us lots of money. Loved the giant aquarium in the main floor of the hotel. Spent a few hours walking from one end to the other, while it was raining outside. Loved The Current water park. Spent an entire day there. Near the pool is a stand called the Mayan Cove. They have a delicious 25 oz adult drink that you get in a 3 foot tall plastic glass, that you can take home with you. You can also get it refilled and save $2 off the $14 price. Well worth the price. Several flavors to choose from. Catch a cab and go shopping in downtown Nassau at the Straw Market. Take plenty of cash to pay for the cab and the goodies you'll want to buy. You can dicker on the prices, but remember that the purchases help the locals greatly.
Traveller from Castle Rock, CO
These spire-topped towers contain 1,201 rooms and embody the Lost Continent theme offered by the water-park and marine-life …More
It was an awesome time. WE stayed in the Coral tower and it was perfect for what we needed. Close to the Marina Villiage, and walking distance to pools, slides, and more. I loved the water slides, however I wish there was a better way for me to navigate between all of them. I was only there a short while, but the experience was one I will never forget.
Traveller from Portland, OR
Atlantis resort on Paradise Island, which connects by bridge to Nassau, features three coral-colored towers containing 693 …More
Paradise Island resembles Las Vegas-upon-the-Caribbean with its fanciful resorts and white sands. Tourists often head to the island’s casinos, five-star restaurants, and shopping gallerias; its beaches, water parks, and nightclubs, however, are geared primarily for resort guests. The Potter’s Cay fish market is an easy detour from Paradise Island. Grouper and conch are typical catches of the day.