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Paradise Island is dominated by the large Atlantis resort, which includes an extravagant shopping mall, a casino and more than 40 dining venues. Many of the Atlantis’ facilities are open to non-guests, helping to make the resort a tourist attraction in its own right. If you’re looking for something more low-key, seek out the quieter beaches and gardens on this striking island.
It would be almost impossible to visit Paradise Island without checking out the Atlantis. Try your luck at the resort’s casino, with 75 gaming tables and 750 slot machines. It is open to non-guests. Dine at one of the resort’s extensive restaurants, join the guided “Discover Atlantis” tour to see some of its other impressive facilities or take one of the daily gaming lessons.
Head to the northern side of the island to visit Cabbage Beach, a 2-mile (3-kilometer) stretch of white sand bordered by sand dunes and casuarinas trees. Rent a Jet Ski to take out on the water or see the island from above on a parasailing excursion. To escape the crowds around the resort areas of the beach, walk west, where you can typically find more secluded stretches of sand.
See ships hauling in fresh fish and conch straight from the sea at Potter’s Cay, on the road beneath the Paradise Island bridges. Enjoy conch salad, pick up other fresh ingredients such as Bahamian peppers and herbs or buy empty conch shells as souvenirs.
Go for a stroll in Versailles Gardens, a lovely terraced lawn dotted with fountains and statues of famous figures. Although the garden is part of the One & Only Ocean Club, non-guests are welcome to visit after checking in at the security gate. At the top of the garden, find the beautiful Augustinian Cloister, the remains of a 12th-century stone monastery originally built in France, before being imported and rebuilt here.
Paradise Island is located just off Nassau’s north shore. Most visitors arrive in Nassau and then commute across to the island. Many hotels on the island offer airport transfers. Otherwise rent a car or take a taxi to get here.
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Great, clean hotel and property. Staff very friendly. The food was rather expensive, but other than that everything was very nice. We had a great time.
The shops in the Beach Tower were way too expensive for us. If we can go back again we would stay in the other newer towers where everything was cheaper
The staff and the service quality they offer at this hotel is absolutely wonderful. They please and accomodate you. Food and drinks are of good quality and they make sure you are always served properly whether you are on the beach, around the pool or any other location.
I liked how friendly all the staff were I did not like that we had to downgrade our room due to having a wheelchair, I did not like that I asked guest services to book a tour and they never called me back in my room. I also left a message for the front desk requesting a room change and no one ever ...
Overall, I would rate this property to be the Best Deal in Paradise Island! The pros: - Food is very expensive in The Bahamas. The minimum you can expect to spend is $20 per person per meal. Comfort Suite has Free Breakfast included. This will save you a decent amount. - Very clean property! The ...
The Atlantis is an impressive property. There is so much to see and do on vacation. I stayed at the Cove because it seemed to have less kids and had better beach access. The rooms were excellent and beds very comfortable. I loved everything about the resort except for the cost of food and drinks, ...
Liked the beach the service the attitude the butler The food was great