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Riu Palace Paradise Island All Inclusive - Adults Only faces an ivory-sand beach stretching 5 km (3 miles) along the Atlantic Ocean; a casino is adjacent and ...
Again location was great, hotel needs is in process of updating. Out room was updated and was very nice. The staff was very nice and took care of anything we requested. Food was a 5 on scale of 1-10 but we expect that at any all inclusive. Drinks we good but not consistent from bartender to bartender. ...
This all-inclusive resort is located on the white sands of Cable Beach along the Atlantic, offering the relaxation of water views and proximity to the nightlife ...
I had a great time at Melia Bahamas, the beach was so gorgeous. Food was delicious and the layout of the hotel very well designed. My only complaint was that everyone in my party of 12 found most of the staff at beach and main bar to be rude and dismissive. I only remember this bartender Carlos to ...
This activity-packed resort stands along the white sands of Cable Beach, across from the Cable Beach Golf Club; Ardastra Gardens, home to parrots and “parading” ...
It ok do you need to work on the climax in the pool restaurant !
Sandals Royal Bahamian All Inclusive Resort - Couples Only is minutes away from excellent duty-free shopping in Downtown Nassau and world class gambling on Paradise ...
Had a wonderful time celebrating our 40th anniversary with such an awesome staff of people
Nestled alongside Nassau Harbour, this Paradise Island Harbour resort offers a Harbour Beach within 1 mi (2km) of the Atlantis Casino and Cabbage Beach. Stingray ...
This was my honeymoon and our first trip outside the US, and everything was perfect. We absolutely loved The Warwick! The staff was awesome, and genuinely seemed to care about the guests. I can’t wait to go back!
The Reef Atlantis, located directly on a white-sand beach, is close to numerous attractions including Atlantis Aquarium, Cabbage Beach, and Aquaventure. Fort ...
Didn't want to leave, it felt nice to be a kid again with the lazy river, slides and multiple pools.
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, ...
It seems like a 4 star hotel not even 5 star If you stayed in royal towers you get two water bottles per room per day free Can order food from outside delivered not that expensive Book a taxi with a free stop at grocery cost $60 from airport
Serving as the island's social and business hub, the 288-room beachfront hotel is across from the Straw Market and 5 blocks from Parliament Square. A seaside ...
The staff was very pleasant. The hotel was very nice and comfortable. It has a great outdoor area but the rooms need some upgrades.
This casual, all-junior suite property provides guests access to Atlantis and full use of their resort facilities just one block away, and two golf courses are ...
TV cable service was poor. Service went out several times.
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 ...
Great time, staff upgraded us, very friendly and great overall experience
As you can see, all-inclusive Bahamas hotels abound in this vacationer’s paradise. But first, you must fly through the sky with daydreams of pristine beaches and tropical beverages dancing in your head. That’s easy to do—this little atoll has multiple international airports as well as many more for each individual island. Lynden Pindling International Airport (NAS) in the capital of Nassau is a popular choice—and the closest landing strip to Atlantis Paradise Island—while Grand Bahama International Airport (FPO) will situate you in the northern islands.
Transportation: If you’re seeking adventures beyond your resort, rental cars can be a good way to get around the Bahamas, especially New Providence Island (which includes Nassau) and Grand Bahama Island. You’ll find the rules of the road similar to the U.S., with one major difference: they drive on the left! Rental cars can be hard to come by on the smaller, outer islands, but you can rely on taxis or your own two feet. And if you plan to lay on the beach all day, every day, and maybe venture into town for a meal or two, taxis are also your best option.
Currency and Language: If you are coming from the U.S., you will feel right at home. No need to exchange your money—U.S. dollars are accepted throughout the islands. However, you will need a passport to enter, as well as proof of your return home, such as a departing plane ticket. English is the official language, with a little tropical flair.
Food and Drink: Good news—tips are included! Restaurants add 15% gratuity automatically, but of course, you can always leave more if the service was great. It most likely will be in this tourist haven. So what will they be serving? Only the freshest seafood ever to delight your senses. Lobster, crab, and fish abound, accompanied by medleys of fruit, rice, and potatoes that will tantalize your taste buds.
In a word: perfect! Temperatures hover between approximately 70 and 85 degrees year-round, with warmer, more humid summers. November to May sees low rainfall and average temperatures around 75 degrees; these months are also the high season, as visitors flock to the islands to enjoy warm breezes and escape colder climes. In the summer, you may find slightly lower rates, and there will still be plenty of sunshine.
1. Atlantis Paradise Island (2.5 miles from British Colonial Hilton Nassau)
This wonderful world is enchanting for children and adults alike. Slip and slide around the huge water park, befriend more than 15,000 animals in the marine habitats, or dive with sharks! (Yes, that last one is for the truly adventurous.) This resort has to be seen to be believed.
2. Junkanoo Beach (3 miles from Breezes Resort Bahamas)
This spot, which is right near the heart of Nassau, is everything you think of when you picture the quintessential Bahamas beach. Sip pina coladas in the shade of the Tiki bar or stretch out on a beach lounger and soak up the sun. Take a dip in the crystal clear waters, and be sure to buy some local art or jewelry before your perfect Bahamian day ends.
3. Queen Elizabeth Sports Centre (5 miles from Meliá Nassau Beach)
Need to get your tennis or golf practice for the day? Or just want to kick back and watch other people exercise? Queen Elizabeth Sports Centre is your place. It has a nine-hole golf course, six tennis courts, an Olympic pool, hot rod racing track, and more. Plus, the annual Carnival takes place here, so you’ll definitely want to put this on your list if you’re visiting November to January.
If you desire a tropical getaway with all the conveniences of home, you’ll find it just off the coast of Miami and Palm Beach. And your search for Bahamas all-inclusive hotels and resorts ends right here, as well: Travelocity has the best selection and prices around. See for yourself when you book with us today.
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