My wife and I stayed here for four nights in July 2009. It was really nice, standard little hotel which was great for our limited budget. The place is really quite, (we didn't see anyone else there even though they had about 15 other guests). We had the pool to ourselves every night.
This family-friendly hotel is located in Nassau, close to Fort Montagu, Versailles Gardens, and Atlantis Aquarium. Also …More
It had everything we wanted. Two great pools, a beautiful beach with a private access, a wonderful outdoor bar/restaurant. Best part -- not a lot of people, like the big hotels (RIU, Atlantis). Rooms were ok. Big and roomy. Bathrooms could use a little updating but were clean and functional. We had a one bedroom, with a queen hideabed and a bath and a half. Every unit had a lanai and the grounds were well maintained. We liked this place a lot.
Situated near the beach in Paradise Island, this resort is close to Versailles Gardens, Cabbage Beach and Atlantis Aquarium …More
I love this hotel - great location, close to all the tourist action, but far enough away to give you great privacy. Separate bedroom and full kitchen are a nice plus. The grounds are beautifully kept and full of local vegetation (bromeliads, orchids, local flowers and shrubs). I've stayed here once or twice a year for the past three years and plan to go back.
Paige from Seattle
Hibiscus, bougainvillea, and other tropical plants brighten the relaxed, condo-style Best Western Plus Bay View Suites, half …More
We spent four days at the RIU in mid-December. We were very impressed by the very attentive staff and the hotel's impressive buffets which offered a wide variety of food from early morning to late at night, plus a limited room service menu right through the night. The weather was spectacular and the beach was impressive. We had to call the front desk twice, once for a patio door that wouldn't close completely and once for a stopped up toilet. In both cases the problem was fixed in minutes. Very impressive. Equally impressive: the hotel has five restaurants.
The Riu Palace Paradise Island resort faces an ivory-sand beach stretching 5 km (3 miles) along the Atlantic Ocean; a casino …More
We only spend $180(including fees and breakfast) per night for a double bed room very quiet since it's not facing the construction side(important!)
Deal include free access to water park. local bar Nara, aquarium and it's not that far to walk to all the places.
Staffs are very friendly. Walking distance to a village where food and liquor can be purchased.
We absolutely will go back again.
fish lover from Jersey
This casual, all-junior suite property provides guests access to Atlantis and full use of their resort facilities just one …More
No travel off the resort grounds is necessary. If you want a getaway where a full range of entertainment is provided on site(casino, high end shops,beaches, water theme park, fine dining etc), this is the place. However, to get the true Bahamian experience, you will need to go into Nassau proper and visit restaurants and shops where the locals go, visit the sites with historical significance--or if you are fortunate enough to be there during the Christmas/New Year period--go to the Junkanoo Parade. Authentic, and fabulous traditional food can be found at the Fish Fry or at Potters Cay and is worth the short trip from PI.
Joe from Miami, Fl
Part of the water-park and marine-life Atlantis resort on Paradise Island, which connects by bridge to Nassau, this 423-room …More
Every day we tried a new pool because they each have their own atmosphere. The slides and rapid river are awesome! There is so much to see, we discovered new lagoons and sights every day. Virgils restaurant was amazing! The spa was beautiful too. The resort is extremely large so there is a lot of walking.
Tary from Atlanta
Part of the water-park and marine-life Atlantis resort on Paradise Island, which connects by bridge to Nassau, these three …More