Nassau & Paradise Island Villa Rental Photos and Description
Villa, 2 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, (Sleeps 8)
Enjoy all the wonderful Atlantis amenities at a fraction of the cost!
Harborside Resort at Atlantis provides a wealth of private amenities and pleasures, just steps from the villas. Many alluring and adventurous options exist in the area, including the world's largest marine habitat, a Mayan Temple water slide, an electrifying casino, international cuisine, exceptional facilities for sports and shopping, and salon and spa services.
As a guest at Atlantis's Harborside Resort, you and your guests will have access to the water park, marine habitat and beaches.
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- children welcome
- pets not allowed
- wheelchair accessible
- non smoking only
Why ATL (888) 998-1755 chose Nassau & Paradise Island
This property has so many resort attractions and activities! From the world's largest marine habitat to the daring Mayan Temple, guests at Harborside can enjoy all that Atlantis has to offer.
What makes this villa unique
All of the Atlantis adventures are included in your stay! There is a business center located on the ground floor of the Cove Atlantis that provides worldwide fax and telecommunications services, self-serve computer rentals, laser and ink jet printers, a laptop docking station, Internet connection, stationery sales and photocopying. Also offered: graphic design and typesetting services, meeting or conference signage, temporary staffing and a temporary office. In-room baby-sitting services are available through the resort. All baby sitters are CPR-certified and the raters are per hour: Up to 10 pm: First child $25, additional child $10. After 10 pm: First child $30, additional child $10. A maximum of four children are allowed per sitter, there is a three hour minimum requirement and cancellations must be received at least three hours in advance.
Guestbook comments from the owner
We just returned from a week at Harborside. My wife and I took our son (14) and daughter (10). We had a great time. We got some great advice here on what to bring, ways to save money, etc., so I won't repeat it all here. Here are a few do's and don'ts from our experience.
Bring a large suitcase with as much non perishable food as you can. Bring bagels, chips, snacks, peanut butter, mac and cheese, coffee, coffee filters, canned tuna, cereal, snack bars, etc. We had a large roller that we packed full. It was almost empty upon return.
Take the daily shuttle from Harborside to the Super Value grocery store to buy cold goods. They are much cheaper there than at the resort or the small grocery store near the Marina Village. We bought deli lunch meat and cheese, bread, soda, condiments, fruit, frozen waffles and pizza, milk, OJ. The shuttle was $7 round trip and they gave you about an hour to shop. With the stuff we brought from home and the stuff from the grocery store, we ate all our breakfasts in the condo. About half of the time we made lunch and brought it to the pool area. Two nights we made dinner in the condo for the kids and my wife and I went out for dinner.
Buy a couple of value meals at the water park and KEEP THE CUPS. Everything is outrageously priced here, but if you keep your cups, you can get all the soda you like. The dispensers are self service.
Go to Carmines (Italian restaurant in the village) and Virgil's (BBQ in the Cove). Both are rather pricy, but have great service, and great food. Both are family style, so 1 or two entrees is enough for 2 adults and 2 kids. The frozen Margaritas at Virgils are awesome.
Take a snorkel or dive trip with Stuart Cove. They were very good. Saw lots of fish and many Caribbean reef sharks at the 3rd stop.
Definitely go on Leap of Faith and Abyss. Great slides. We love the rapids river as well.
Try to book you taxis in advance. If you don't, you get overcharged. We paid $50 on arrival and $60 on departure. If you book in advance, you can get better deals.
Try out the pool at the Harborside, It's very big, uncrowded and nice. A great change of pace from the madness of the Aquaventure
Don't eat at the Point restaurant at Harborside. Terrible service and mediocre food with a limited menu.
Don't go for a full 7 days if you can help it. 5 or 6 is plenty.