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today was our last day, our flight didn't leave until the evening,
so we decided to do a photographic sweep of the resort. And even
though we didn't get a chance to personally visit everything the
resort had to offer in our short stay, we took quite a few images
of Atlantis for you to enjoy through the Photo
of these images include the suspension bridge, the baby pool for
newborn marine life, the ballroom, and some of the amazing light
fixtures, art and artifacts throughout the resort.
can opt for world-class luxury or opt for more moderately priced
accommodations. There are many options.
Bridge Suite - The Mothership
Bridge Suite at The Royal Towers is thee most luxurious
suite; the crème de la crème of the crème
de la crème. It connects the two buildings of the Royal
Towers and offers panoramic views from its floor-to-ceiling windows.
It is a 10-room suite with twelve foot ceilings, hand painted
stenciling, gold gilt and glass, and intricate architectural detailing
that comes together for an extraordinary display of grandeur.
There's a 50 x 25 foot living room that includes a sitting area,
his-and-hers baths and closets, a desk and activity table and
an entertainment armoire. The four-poster bed is more than 10-feet
in height and is decorated with hand painted linens, plush pillows
and custom coverlets. The bathrooms have chaise lounges, picture
windows, marble showers and tubs, vanities and more. The suite
has its own butler service. Yes, butler service! To me, that is
about as good as it gets (short of having Keanu Reeves being the
butler). All my life I've wanted to say, "Jeeves, my good
man, bring us a brandy, and please, use the baccarat snifters."
(Maybe it'll happen, one never knows...)
room sizes and pricing varies. Rates can be subject to change
and there's always some sort of special going on, so the best
thing to do is call for the most up to date price quotes. There
are several different packages to choose from, whether
you are traveling with one other person or your spouse and children,
and the rates change seasonally. So again, call the resort directly.
That number is 1-800-ATLANTIS.
restaurants are plentiful; everything from beach and pool side
takeout to gourmet. Visit the website for a complete list of restaurants
or call the resort.
folks, there's so much to do and see here, it's highly unlikely
a visitor will ever get bored. There's all sorts of sports, both
water and land to indulge in, a spa to soothe your aching muscles
afterwards, and some of the finest gourmet restaurants in the
Bahamas to dine in. One other great thing here is, if you're bringing
your kids there's the Discovery Channel Camp for children
as young as one year old and older. There's also a Seagrapes
Circus, held Thursday through Saturday evenings. Teens can
enjoy Club Rush, where they have access to computers,
the Internet, video games, DVD movies and popular music in a safe
environment. And if you enjoy comedy, visit The Joker's Wild
Comedy Club featuring the country's top comedians. The Golf
here is extraordinary. On the grounds is a 18-hole putting course
and there's the Tom Weiskopf designed 18-hole championship Ocean
Club Golf Course. The Sports Center also features tennis,
basketball, volleyball, and a four-lane lap pool. At Atlantis,
nobody gets left out.
assistant and I had an exceptional time. The staff at Atlantis
was nothing short of first rate: polite, attentive and extremely
competent. If you have questions or need assistance they are always
more than happy to help youwith a smile.
our journey was at and end. But we vowed to someday return. We
need to! We couldn't get to all of it. As we were whisked back
to the airport in our limo, it occurred to me, Atlantis truly
has it all, and like it's ancient predecessor, it will continue
to be remembered for years to come, as a utopian world where harmony,
beauty, great food and FUN abound.
you next time! -xxooxx
more info: www.Atlantis.com
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