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Do you want to get away from it all, without all your money getting away? A Bahamas vacation doesn't have to be a workday fantasy anymore: your Caribbean escape is within reach, thanks to Paradise Island Harbour Resort and its all inclusive packages. Located just across the harbor from Nassau, this waterfront resort is both budget-friendly and family-friendly.
"we had a wonderful time. The service was good, There was a problem with the shower and it was serviced immediately.I plan on a return trip soon" – jjjay
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November 27, 2011
Room: The room was in dire need of updating. The refrigerator provided had rust all over it and looked like it had been used as a boat anchor. Pretty basic amenities. The room was really the weakest link in the whole package. We weren't in our room except to sleep, so it didn't bother us too much. Do not expect them to honor the room upgrade... they made us ask them everyday and never delivered - not even for our anniversary night. No Wi-Fi in rooms.
Food: The all-inclusive buffet was impressive. The food was excellent! You could also order from the bar when the buffet was closed and the bar's Conch Fritters were very tasty! Really, we were very, very happy with the food quality and selection.
Beach/pool: Pool was very nice and they offered free scuba everyday. The beach was nice for tanning, but borders on the harbor, so not the best for swimming.
Service: Everyone there, with one exception, was very friendly and helpful.
Activities: Nightly DJs, dancers, and other fun stuff. The bikes they had were unusable - flat tires, broken gears, broken brakes, etc. It took us an hour to find 4 working bikes to do the free tour and even then my wife's broke down a couple blocks away and I had to walk it back with my wife so we missed the tour. I took this concern to the the General Manager and they did call in mechanics and he comped us a free scooter for a day to make up for it.
Bad Sales: All trip long we were harassed by hotel staff and just about everyone that did business in the hotel to go see this 'presentation". Basically they were trying to pre-sell vacation packages. It got old and annoying fast being asked again and again if we had gone yet. It was horrible.
Final thoughts: For those of you that are value conscious and can deal with a mediocre room, then this is a good place. It seemed to me that they needed better maintenance overall, as a pipe broke in the lobby while we were there and many of the vending and ice machines did not work. The one restaurant looks like it is indefinitely closed. We saw no evidence of the remodel that it was supposed to be undergoing. It seemed this hotel is either on the cusp of being renovated or on its way down. All-in-all it was an adequate place, but really could have been better for what it was.
gtfyre Top 10 Contributor From:Baltimore, MD Age:35-44 Travel:1-2 trips/year
May 6, 2012
Our April 2012 Girls trip..... Not so nice.... To
Me & 2 of my girlfriends decided to take a girls only trio and leave the husbands and kids at home to celebrate over 25 years of friendship. We were recommended this trip by a Cheap Caribbean representative. The pictures looked nice and the enthusiasm from the representative secured our decesion that this would be a nice play to stay. The first room that we were sent to was not good. The main door to get in the room didn't shut all the way, the bathroom door would not shut, the phone did not work, the shower had mold in it and the water pressure was awful. We complained and they moved us to another room. The 2nd room was an exact replica of the 1st except that the main door shut. The bathroom door didn't shut either, the bath tub had mold and the water pressure was awful, i.e slow. The pool was actually quite pretty but the water was so cold that we never used it once. The hot tub was gross, gross, gross; dirty as all get out. Would not go in there if I had to. The beach area was so small that there was no where to even take a walk on the beach and collect shells for the little ones back at home. There were 3 restaurants that are on that resort. The 1stis the buffet restaurant which is only open certain hours of the day and the food if anything was Mediocre. The line in the am for omlets was too long to even wait, you had to make your own waffles (there is only 1 waffle maker in the entire restaurant). The pool restaurant took over 45 min to 1 hr to serve our food. To get a drink was even more of a battle. Took on average 10-15 minutes to get one drink. Never a smile on 1 employees face either. The restaurant that you have to make reservations for, we never evn got to see because the earliest reservation we got was 9:30 p.m. which was just too late for us to eat.
The only good thing about this hotel was that it was a 8 minute walk to the Atlantis. So If I had any advice to anyone that has to go to the Bahamas, do not stay at The Paradise Island Harbour Resort.
jennyfash Top 250 Contributor From:Indiana Age:35-44 Travel:1-2 trips/year
July 27, 2012
Worst Hotel EVER!!!
Our experience at Paradise Island Habrour Resort was absolutely the worst ever!! The hotel was alot smaller than expected. The photos of the pool and beach areas made them look alot bigger than they actually are. At least 80% of the beach chairs were broken and would not recline or couldn't be sat in. We were told there was wireless internet in the hotel and our room, but we found that the only wireless was in the lobby or by the pool and an ethernet cable was required for your room. We have apple products and you can not use ethernet with them (if I had known ahead of time, I would have brought a different computer that you can hook up with ethernet to use.)
The bedroom was clean but there was mold and mildew everywhere in the room and bathroom. We noticed that the mattress had a date of August 2004 written on it, so I take that to mean that it hadn't been replaced since then. That's alot of bodies sleeping on it. Whatever they cleaned the floors throughout the hotel with made it very slippery and you really had to be careful how you walked for fear of falling down. Many things were broken in our bathroom and our tub had actual holes in the bottom of it. There were water leak areas all over the ceiling without being painted over and fixed. Our tv only worked on a few stations and was told that the pay movies system was down. After the first four days our tv wouldn't work at all. The food in the dining room was horrible. Breakfast was edible, as was lunch, but dinner was actually the worst buffet I have ever eaten. The dining room air conditioning was broken the whole week we were there, which made it very uncomfortable to eat a very unappetizing meal. The restaurant was actually good. The bar food took at least 45 - 60 minutes just to get a sandwich. I was surprised at how many of the employees children were allowed to use the pool each day. It made for a non-relaxing vacation by the pool. We would never recommend this hotel to anyone in the future.
Dianna Top 250 Contributor From:Corona, CA Age:45-54 Travel:3-6 trips/year
March 15, 2012
The staff was wonderfull,except the check in staff they were not.The food was very good always fresh and the staff in the resturants were very nice.The rooms were not the best but you don"t go there to spend time in your room.They need alot of updates.the elevator does't work so you have to take the steps.They don't have any information on what is going on in the hotel.They did have some one in the lobby wanting you to go check out another hotel accross the street if you did they would give you a 100.00 dollar vocher for the stores in that hotel.If you don't like the young kids don't go durning March total maddness lots of drinking.
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I need to golf and the northeast is buried under feet of snow, HELP!3 answers
I am travelling alone and am interested in a 3 day Carribean golf vacation, all inclusive is nice but not neccesary. What kind of deals do you have?
2 years, 34 months ago
Cable Beach in the Bahamas has an excellent golf course. The Wyndham Nassau, Sheraton Nassau, and Breezes Bahamas are all in this area and could be exactly what you're looking for! http://www.cheapcaribbean.com/core/qsByDestination/cc.306.html
There are several golf courses on paradise island, but not at the Paradise Island Resort. But the deal I got was great for 2 people including air, hotel, rides to and from the hotel and all you can eat and drink. Can't beat it...
Check the deals on Cheapcaribbean.com for golf deals as we just went for sun and sand on Paradise Island for a week. My hubby & I don't golf.
Misc ?11 answers
What is the weather like now? Heated pool?
What is single traveler rates?
Swim with dolphin options?
$299 weekend Bahama Special
2 years, 34 months ago
The weather in the Bahamas at this time of year is usually mild - between 65 and 75 degrees with a 25-30% chance of rain. The $299 special is based on double occupancy, so single travelers won't be eligible for that particular rate. There are swim with the dolphins excursions too, and they range from $100-$200 per person depending on what you're looking for.
86 and sunny. Pool was not heated
The weather is beautiful. It was sunny and 86 (no rain).
You can swin with the dolphins at Atlantis (Majestic Tours) is located inside of Paradise Island Harbour All-Inclusive.
My wife and I just returned from paradise island (May 11th). The weather is beautiful 85 and sunny every day, not a single drop of rain. Bring sunscreen, you will get burnt. There are swim with the dolphin options, but you will have to pay extra.
We were on the island May 8 thru May 13. The weather was in the low 80's with no rain. The pool was not heated but the water was very clean and warm.
Nassau is a Caribbean Island the weather normally is hot. Yes the hotel have heated pool like a jacuzzi for 8 persons... you'll enjoy!!
The weather there were awesome, warm but a constent breeze all the time. It rain once in the morning, but by the time you get up eat and get dressed it was gone. The pool wasn't warm nor was it cold... felt good. The ocean water was warm too. You can do a day with the dolphins for 98.00 includes pick up, boat ride dolphins one on one and back...
The weather in November was very pleasant for our stay - low to mid 80s in the day and around 71-74 at night.
The pool is not heated. Water was a bit chilly in pool.
There is a swim with dolphins option, but we did not go. I *highly* recommend booking any snorkeling or scuba with Stuart Cove. They were very professional with great staff and equipment. The Stuart Cove snorkeling was the best part of our entire trip!
The weather in Feb. was 80-90 degrees during the day and got down to the low 70s at night. The pool was not heated while I was there. We did book a swim with the dolphins at the hotel.
Weather 2-19 to 2-25 was 80's and sun/partly cloudy with nice breeze-gorgeous!
The hotel has an office where you can book just about any kind of experience, including dolphin adventures.
The pool was not heated, but not bad. The jacuzzi was warm.
The weather is a warm 84-87, with pretty intense sun,
The pool and lagoon area were both pretty cool waters, the pool isn't heated at all, and though cold when you first get in, it becomes comfortable very quickly.
No swimming with dolphins at the resort, but it's a short walk to the Atlantis.
Is the resort all inclusive and does it include buffet / meal ?11 answers
2 years, 31 months ago
The resort is all inclusive.....all meals and drinks including room service is included.
Yes it is and the food is average. GOOD LUCK!
Yes, this resort is all inclusive. There is a buffet-style dining hall serving breakfast from 7-11AM, lunch from 12-2PM and dinner from 6-10PM. There is also a "sit-down" restaurant where you can make reservations and dine Monday-Saturday from 6-10PM. There is a poolside bar and grill serving food and drinks from 10AM-10PM and a lobby bar serving drinks from 6PM-1AM. All food/drinks are included in the price of the room and you get a bracelet upon checking in.
Yes it includes all meals. The main buffet serves Breakfast from like 6-10am; lunch from 12pm-2pm, and dinner from 6pm-9pm. But they also have a grill outside that you can order food from like 10am-11pm. Everyday they have a them for dinner, and breakfast is usually the same. For breakfast I loved that they have a lady who makes omlets to order. they also have a nice restaurant you have to make reservations for, me and my husband DID NOT like that food at all.
Yes, the resort is all inclusive. Food, alcohol, hotel. You do not have to pay for anything except if you want bottled water and you get that at the front desk. I bought a bottle then when done took the empty bottle to the poolside bar (Wahoo) and filled it up with tap water.
Yes the resort is all inclusive, fantastic food, one restaurant on site which is part of the all inclusive.
The resort is all-inclusive. It includes all meals on the resort (buffet option, a sit-down dinner only option, pool bar grill option) also, all drinks are included (2 bars - Pool bar & Lobby Bar). The things that are not included are excursions like Catamaran Cruise, Dolphin Swim, Aquaventure.
This is an all inclusive resort and it includes your meals and drinks. It has a buffet restaurant open at three meal times per day. Food is good.
It is all inclusive. There are 3 dining options: food at the pool bar, buffet meals & reservation only dining. The food is delicious!!
It's all Inclusive, you can have a buffet meals or make reservations at the other restaurant for dinner.
yes, all meals includes full breakfast, lunch and dinner and if you miss it you can order from the snack shack... (chicken fingers, hotwings, french fries, etc..) all drinks included too....
Does this include entry to the waterpark at Atlantis?11 answers
1 year, 23 months ago
No, this price does not include entry to the waterpark at Atlantis. You would have to purchase a day pass to enjoy the use of the waterpark.
Unfortunately, the resort does not include entry into the Atlantis. The Comfort Suites resort does offer access to the Atlantis in the price.
No...but it's walking distance to Atlantis for everything else. We went into the casino and also got to see their awesome aquarium!
You can get a daypass to Atlantis for $120 a person. It worth it. The place is huge and theres alot to do
No, it does not. Saw ads for 99.00 pp to get this
does not include anything for Atlantis
No, it doesn't.
Place was nice, but does not include any freebees to Atlantis. You can walk there and use the casino and shop.
It does not (costs about $120 per person per day otherwise). If you go to the aquarium during the day, it is $40 per person. However, if you after sunset, you get in for free. Just got back this morning.. LOVED it!
NO...but comfort suite inns does include water park
Is the property management fixing the ongoing elevator breakdowns?7 answers
1 year, 21 months ago
As with any property, there sometimes can be mechanical issues, but the resort is actively working to fix the issues to make sure that everything is up and running properly as soon as possible.
I just got back from there...a bunch of girls got stuck in the elevator the one day and they were terrified
They had to take one out of service while we were there for a brief time. They still run extremely slow.
yes, they do
We didn't encounter any elevator breakdowns.
I just was there a week ago and the elevator broke down
They were both running when we were there in early October but were being painted inside.
How many elevators does the resort have9 answers
1 year, 21 months ago
Upon calling the resort, the front desk advised that there are three (3) elevators.
Two, actually there were three, but one was out of order the entire time we were there. I forgot about that one when I answered a previous question about if the elevators had been fixed.
2 elevators but they are slow and suck. Soemtimes, they never even opened.
2 that never work ...
2 elevators side by side
There were two in the lobby and one by the dining room.
2 elevators on the premises
Does the hotel supply towels for the pool? Can you bring your own cup for drinks at the pool bar?11 answers
1 year, 20 months ago
Towel availability can be limited as it depends on the resort's occupany level. It is not a bad idea to bring a towel with you as some resorts may also charge a fee if you should lose or misplace their towels.
yes for both.
Yes, they do. I dont know about the cup ...
yes unlimited towels and i didnt really see anyone bring there own cup but im pretty sure u can.
Yes the hotel gives you a card that you trade in for a beach towel and you can get a new towel anytime. I'm not sure about your second question.
you get a card to receive a towel and when you turn the towel in, you get the card back and you do this as often as you like.
There are self self drinks that you can use your own cup for, water, soda etc.It would have to be non breakable though
Yes, towels are supplied for the pool. Not sure about the 'Own cup' for drinks at the pool bar.
Yes they gave use two towels and we could exchange them when needed.
We didn't bring our own cups, but I don't remember seeing anyone using their own.
Yes they do. Just check in with the front desk.
Yes, you get a card to turn in for a towel deposit for the pool only towel. I don't know about the pool bar as I did not drink there, you'd have to enquire at the pool bar.
Yes and yes
have the elevators been fixed?11 answers
1 year, 20 months ago
As you know the Atlantis is a large property with quite a few elevators. As with any property, there are maintenance issues which are continually addressed. The Atlantis strives to address these issues as quickly as possible with a minimum amount of inconvenience to the guests.
Yes, slow but working and we found a service elevator also to use
No..... They suck, they are slow and sometimes never even open..
sometimes they work, most of the times they dont ...
I was there last week and the elevators are working but are slow.
they worked but were limited to 8 people
The elevators were very slow but worked the whole time we were there.
No. They work on and off.
The elevators worked fine when we were there.
Yes the elevators are running perfectly.
Yes. I was there for 6 days and all three worked everyday.
Can i actually swim there? Not in the pool. is it safe?10 answers
1 year, 20 months ago
Paradise Island Harbour Resort has a private, manmade tanning beach with a boardwalk. The resort is also a short eight-minute walk to Paradise Island beach.
The harbor has a man-made beach that is safe to swim in.
You can not swim there it is very shallow and dirty.
If you wanna swim and have a nice beach day you should go to the blue lagoon it is much better there.
The other beach close to the resort is the Cabbage beach you can swim there but is very busy and you might get run over by a jetski.
It is safe because they have it fenced off. In other words, nothing can get in or out.. However, I would not recommend this hotel at all. The ocen/beach area is small and the hotel is gross, old & dirty.
The pool is not safe and they dont have a beach. I know that it looks like they have access to the beach but they dont ... there is a fence so you cannot get in the water. We had all inclusive package, we stayed there 6 days and we ended up eating out and paying passes to the Atlantis every day so we could enjoy our vacation. Poor, poor, poor ... dont waste your time and money going there.
Yes u can they have a man made beach not really deep. But i think u would perfer to swim in the pool. They have a public beach less than a mile away..
The pool is decent but the beach is quite gross in my opinion. The sand and chairs are nice but the water is in the harbour and it looked as if it had a film of oil/boat fuel in it. Plus the beach at this resort is very small!
Yes, it is actually very safe. There is an enclosed beach area with a rock wall of sorts and netting to keep undesirables away.
You can swim there, but I wouldn't. There is a beautiful beach where you can swim that is a 5-10 minute walk.
I did not try the beach, you would have to check with the hotel to see if the water on the island is safe for swimming. There is a lovely clean pool available.
The pool is beautiful....but really cold (in December). There's a very nice small beach at the hotel, but it's in the bay side, not oceanfront
Do you need a passport?7 answers
1 year, 16 months ago
Yes, You will need a passport to travel to the Bahamas. For all the up to date entry requirements you may visit travel.state.gov.
Yes, you will need a passport to travel to the Bahamas.
Yes you need a passport unless you live in the Bahamas
Yes you will need a passport.
yes you do for any air travel a passport is needed these days
Are there any nightclubs near by?8 answers
We are going for a 21st birthday and looking for a hotel with nightclubs close if not in the hotel itself
1 year, 16 months ago
There may be some local clubs nearby, and there is also the entire Atlantis complex which offers many options along with a casino right nearby.
Atlantis Resort located on Paradise Island and has several night clubs
No night club at Paradise Island Harbour Resort. Atlantis is a ten to fifteen minute walk. It'a a nice walk throught the harbor.
There are nightclubs at Atlantis and in the Marina shops. There is only a lobby bar at Paradise resort.
Señor Frogs is near by. Great music and free shots.
in downtown Nassau, you can take a taxi into town, they charge per person, there is a small club in the hotel, there may be a bigger one in the Casino though, we did not go there. It is 2 blocks away a 10 minute walk in the Atlantis Resort on the Island.
No nightclub at hotel. Atlantis is 2 blocks away. Don't know if they have one. Probably, it is huge. But very small island and you probably have to travel to Nassau. Taxi advertised for $9 US currency.
The Atlantis has a nightclub, but it is pricey if you are not an Atlantis guest. It was $50 for female entry and $100 for male entry. That does not include drinks. The Atlantis also has small bars and lounges inside the report. Also, in Nassau there are small bars that you can go to like Señor Frog's and Sharkees that are fun.
Are we're had pickup from the airport ? If not how do we get there to the hotel ??6 answers
1 year, 14 months ago
Round-trip airport transfers are not complimentary from the resort, and are not automatically included in the pricing of a vacation package. However, when booking a reservation on our site, you can choose to add the optional transfers for an additional cost.
DID NOT STAY LONG ENOUGH
I pre-purchased my round trip transportation with my reservation on cheapcaribbean.com.
We took a cab
there is taxi service or you can prearrange pickup with the local tour service for a flat fee like we did when we booked our trip in advance.
We took a taxi from the airport which was $35 each way.
Take a taxi. It's cheaper ($50) and faster than the coach shuttle
By Taxi the Airport staff will ask you as soon as you walk out the price is fair if you're going to paradise island is $35
When booking a reservation can we have two separate credit cards to split the cost?6 answers
When booking a reservation can we have two separate credit cards to split the cost?
1 year, 13 months ago
You can book a reservation using more than one credit card. You can do so on our web site, or you can also call into our reservation center and an agent would be more than happy to assist you with making your booking(s).
Yes, I did it with a ease.
not sure, you would need to check with whoever you book with. Cheapcaribbean.com took our deposit on one card and the rest later. Check with them, they have a phone line to call. I do not see why not.
You can when you book through cheapcarribean,,, you can also pay half in advance and the other half later.
Yes, my friend and I used 4 different cards.
Yes, with cheap caribbean you can.. i did it
how far from the hotel to the casino ?11 answers
1 year, 13 months ago
Paradis Island Harbour Resort is just a short, 10 minute waltk to Atlantis and its Casino. Taxis are also available for a nominal fee.
There was a casino in the Atlantis hotel which is about a 10 minute walk.
2 blocks away from the existing casino on the island. a short walk
10 minute walk
Atlantis is really close but i would taxi there.. its about 12 dollars for a taxi...
10 minute walk
A couple of blocks to Atlantis
It is about a 10 minute walk to the Atlantis casino
walking distance 5 min
2blocks to Atlantis casino
A 10 minute walk away. If you want to see the aquarium in Atlantis, go after 6 pm and you can see it for free.
is there public transportation (bus-Jitney) from the airport to the hotel8 answers
1 year, 13 months ago
According to the resort's web site: The buses (also called jitneys) are generally 32-seaters and travel to many parts of the island. They operate from 6:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. daily, except on Sundays when there is reduced service. The fare ranges from $1.25 per person to $3.50 for out-of-town zones. Exact fare is required. Check with your hotel's bell desk for bus routes.
No, and the cab is very expensive. Try to arrange a ride through a service, it's cheaper and better.
arrangement made in advance for pickup at airport and return to and from hotel, but there are taxi services available
There are taxis and cabs outside the airport, no busses and the resort does not have a shuttle. A limo cost us 80 dollars a taxi would be about 35 dollars.
we took a cab for 4 people it was $45.oo plus tip
yes there is. you can take a taxi, they are right there as soon as you exit the airport, which is newly renovated.
The only thing I saw was Taxi and there are plenty the price is fair
No you have to take taxi there but is very affordable
Do you need a passport or enhanced license to enter the Bahamas from the USA?11 answers
1 year, 12 months ago
You must have a passport to travel to the Bahamas. The passport card is not acceptable to travel and you will be denied boarding with out out a Passport.
Yes you need a passport if you are flying into Bahamas
yes you need a passport
You must have a passport to book travel to the Bahamas and check-in at the airport. A passport is required to clear customes on the way back as well.
You definitely need a traditional passport, not one of the mini passports. We saw a couple turned away at the airport in Charlotte as they were boarding a plane to the Bahamas because the female had only the mini (driver's license size) passport.
a Passport, if you are traveling out of the United States you need a Passport even to enter Canada by car.
yes you will need your passport to enter the Bahamas
Yes, as of 2009 all people going to another country or coming back into the US need a passport.
You need a passport but I don't know about an enhanced driver's license.
I want to play tennis during my visit in early Jan. Is there a tennis pro on site?7 answers
11 months ago
Unfortuantely, we are not provided with that information from the resort. You may contact the resort at +242 363 2561.
Thank you and have a great day!
No pro that I saw. Never saw the courts used.
Two decent courts, but no pro on site
Yes, there's a Tennis Court
That would be a No
yes you will be able to play tennis and , basketball. Even exercise, free WI-Fi on the 2nd floor.
Tennis court, but did not see a pro. But then, I did not ask
4 people per room price3 answers
I was wondering why it is the same price if 2 people share a room together as compared to if 4 people do. Shouldn't it be cheaper?
10 months ago
Most resort base the price for the room off of adult double occupancy. If you have children in the room, there might not be a charge for them to be in the room, so it could end up being the same price.
For any pricing questions, you may call in and speak to one of our new reservations specialists.
My guess would be that 4 people eat a lot more food than 2 people.
Our price included airfare & meals/drinks, all you can eat.
how to get to from the airport to the hotel? how much? is there shopping areas??10 answers
10 months ago
35 per couple to n from airport
high end shopping areas in and around atlantis casino
straw market 11 each way by taxi or 8 round trip by water taxi
CheapCaribbean offers a roundtrip airport transfer service. To get exact prcing please contacted us at 1-800-915-2322. There is shopping in the nearby area.
taxi is $34 for 2 people and $3 more for each additional person.
There is shopping in downtown Nassau ($4 each per taxi or water taxi), a straw market which is like a flea market and several jewelry stores. The Atlantis resort has shopping for big spenders.
It was easy to get a cab as we walked outside the airport, cost $36 (there were 2 of us). We arranged for the same driver to pick us up at the end. He is knowledgeable, friendly and reliable. We will call him when we return for more personalized island exploring. John McPhee at www.bahamastaxi.com
We got the airport transfer. It was about an hour with the traffic. $32 for a taxi or more, so the Cheap Caribbean transfer was a better deal. Small shopping area on island, just a couple blocks away, toward Atlantis. Taxi from resort to main island advertised for $9. And they all take US currency.
Cheap carribbean offered a transfer with Majestic. it's about an hour and a half ride to the airport
used Majestic Tours to get to and from airport - I don't remember the price because we chose it as part of our package. There is a little strip mall about a block away and a straw market.
There are taxis waiting outside the airport terminal. A sign says $32 but that it not true. Ask the taxi driver his charge before you get in the cab. Ours charged $35 for first 2 people plus $3 per extra person. If you can find someone that is going to the same resort as you, you can go together and split the cost between you. If you go to Paradise Is., there is a $1 toll charge (per car) to to get in. Some drivers ask you for the dollar and others paid it. We tipped our drivers $5 but that is up to you to decide what to give.
Through Cheapcaribbean.com we utilized Majestic Tours for transfers.
You can either purchase a shuttle option when you book your hotel reservation or get a taxi when you land. You cannot get on a shuttle if you didn't purchase the tickets prior to you landing. A taxi is $35 each way. There are shopping areas in Nassau.
Is better to take taxi to the resort is more affordable dont purchase online bus service
What exactly is all included?
8 months ago
This hotel is All-Inclusive.
•All hotel taxes and service charges
•Three meals daily at two restaurants
•Unlimited house brand drinks, including spirits, and frozen drinks
•Snacks at Wahoo's Pool Bar & Grille throughout the day
•All food and beverage taxes and gratuities
•Snorkeling in manmade snorkeling lagoon
•Complimentary use of mountain bikes for exploring Paradise Island
All meals, drinks, snacks
Non motorized acuatic sport
food and drinks
3 meals per day at buffet.
free house drinks at bar.
free soft drinks.
One restaurant on site, must sign up in morning to eat there.
all food and drinks on premises
Food, drinks, stay and airfare
Your room, all food items, and beverages. Alcoholic beverages are also included but they use very poor alcohol.
Is there a discounted rate fro children under a certain age?1 answer
We are traveling with our four year old son.
7 months ago
For more information and pricing please call us at 1-800-915-2322.
Is there Scuba Diving?6 answers
I see there is lessons for beginners but we want to dive. Is there a cost? Do we go through a dive shop?
6 months ago
You should be able to purchase excursions with the tour company.
Bahama Divers works out of here and the dive shop across the was. They were good. For a single tank dive it was 80 plus rentals of $10 each for regulator, mask/fins, and wet suit. For a two tank dive, which is what they do in the morning it was 140. We did the blue hole then a reef in the morning. Barracuda reef was pretty cool and there is a resident sea turtle that you will see. The blue hole was cool but not alot of sealife. Did see two sharks which was awesome. Good luck.
There are definitely lessons offered for scuba diving, which take place in the outdoor pool, on site. I did not take the class, but I saw the class in session.
To do the actual scuba diving, you will have to go off-site. There are plenty of places where you can go, but I would start off by going inside of the PIHR office that sets up events and excursions, which is located right outside of the lobby bar. They can set you up to go just about anywhere off site.
The costs for diving will vary from wherever you decide to go. Most places provide the equipment, or you can bring or rent your own.
If u pay for a trip on the party cat....which is $45/person. They give you free smorkeling lessons amd gear. Other than that the hotel doesn't offer that.
They give lessons at the pool. You can arrange diving excursions with the inhouse travel agency, yes they do cost extra . We did the subdive since we don't scuba or snorkel. Really enjoyed.
There are introductory snorkeling lessons in the early mornings that the hotel advertises.
Yes thier scuba lessons for free for all ages
we are planning a november trip wondering if pool is heated2 answers
Also my mother is 83 wondering if everything is within walking distance
3 months ago
This resort has 200+ rooms, whichis mid-sized. Paradise Island Beach is about an 8 minute walk. If handicapped rooms are required, please contact the resort for more information regarding accessability. The pool is not heated, but there is a hot tub.
depends on where you stay but if you stay on paradise island u can walk most places except downtown.
Do I need a converter for my us curling iron or charging my cell phone?3 answers
1 month ago
There is no need for a converter for the electric plugs. They are the same as in the United States.
No, they have the same outlets as we do. I had no issues.
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Type: Upscale Bahamian Hours: Daily, Mon-Sat 6pm-10pm Description: An upscale Bahamian steak and seafood restaurant. Limited
seating and dress code. The Harbourview dinner reservations are made that
morning at Captain's Table Buffet Restaurant.
Wahoo's Poolside Grille
Type: Casual poolside a la carte dining Hours: Lunch - daily, 11am-6pm; Dinner - daily, 6pm-10pm Description: Casual fare and house specialties from the sea and land.
All hours are subject to change.
Wahoo's Poolside Grille
Serves lunch, snacks, and cocktails from 11am-6pm daily. After 6pm, it serves
an a la carte dinner menu until 10pm.
Spinnakers Lobby Bar
Pub-style venue open daily from 6pm-1am.
Featuring live calypso bands, cultural performances featuring fire dancing and
glass eating, and DJs.
The resort has a private, manmade tanning beach with a boardwalk. There is also
a protected snorkeling area. Complimentary lounge chairs and towel service are
available. The resort is a short eight-minute walk to Paradise Island beach.
Paradise Island Resort offers a large, free-form pool with an adjacent hot tub.
The 18-hole golf course at Paradise Island Golf Club is a 2-minute drive from
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Located on the south side of Paradise Island, Bahamas, 25 mi from Nassau
International Airport (NAS). Two minutes away is the Atlantis Marina Village,
with restaurant choices and trendy shops; 500 yds away, the Bahama
Craft Center offers shopping.
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Check-in: 4pm. Check-out: 11am.
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A 3-night minimum stay is required for travel Feb 20, 2013-Jan 4, 2014.
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March and April are U.S. College Spring Break, and June is Graduation Month.
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(through approved student-tour operators only), and therefore may be occupied
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