Harborside Resort at Atlantis

Paradise Island, Bahamas

Harborside Resort at Atlantis

Paradise Island, Bahamas

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  • 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 waterslide, an electrifying casino, international cuisine, exceptional facilities for sports and shopping, and salon and spa services.

    The resort offers one-, two-, and three-bedroom villas, decorated in bright colors, with all of the amenities and comforts of home. Each villa includes a fully-equipped kitchen and entertainment center. If you must keep in touch with the outside world on your vacation, Harborside has a business center with copying, fax, and Internet services.

    Harborside Resort at Atlantis offers two optional meal plans, which guests need to purchase before arriving, or at check-in.

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    • Avatar for dories3
      By dories3 Jan 5, 2019

      My husband and I rented from Dec 9th to Dec 14, 2018. We were in Bldg 7 and our unit over looked the boats and yachts and the backside of Atlantis. We taxied from Airport each way. less than $40 each way. Room was clean, a 1 bedroom deluxe. Go to local grocery store. We did not to save on snacks and food. We purchased adult beverages, wine and mixes at the ABC store. Food was good but expensive and was not like the states. The tips were automatic added to your bills. Take insulated cups to carry drinks to pool. Take a pool float, which several people took. Included in our rental were access tickets to Atlantis, which is about $100 per person, per day. We did not access the internet, which was about $25 daily. Casino nice but not smoke free and free drinks while slotting. Go to the Fish Alley area in town, we took a taxi. Resort had bus shuttles to all the resorts. All in All, we had a nice get a way.

    • Avatar for josephm822
      By josephm822 Mar 30, 2018

      Excellent resort with full access to the Atlantis water park including all rides for children and adults, and the best lazy-river ride I've been on. Free access to fully equipped fitness room. Best vacation ever!

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      By nicholasr19 Updated Mar 7, 2018

      Wonderful vacation with unbelievable number of things to do with the kids. Too bad we only stayed for 7 nights. It was so much fun. Largest marine life exhibit in the world. Swim with the dolphins, sharks, etc. etc. Going to the supermarket with the van that was offered by the hotel at 10 AM each day was best for us. Entire property undergoing a major renovation. Most of the units are already completed and they are beautifully done! New furniture, new appliances, new full size refrig., new flat screen TVs, nice color tone new paint. They have done a great job in rejuvenating the property. We prepared many of our breakfast and dinner meals in our villa and brought sandwiches to the pool for lunch. Pool service also avail if you want to order a snack or a drink. Also, excellent outdoor rest. with full menu. FREE use of all the facilities at the main Atlantis Hotel, including the water park, all of the slides and water activities. Using a timeshare eliminated all fees,.... including the daily "resort fee" that Atlantis charges its guests. Many of the other local resorts/hotels also have a "Property service charge per person per night". Not at Harborside. (Dollar for dollar, we realized a much better experience.) Casino nice too! Pool at Harborside was so relaxing and refreshing, we stayed there a couple of days and enjoyed it as much as at the Atlantis. Less crowd, beautiful water, kiddie pool, health club and all kinds of games and activities. Great view from every vantage point of the room and property. They do charge for internet, but there are 2 computers in the lobby area where you can access the internet for "FREE" if you must keep in touch with the outside world. Marina filled with awesome boats. Enjoyed walking along the Marina Village admiring all of the yachts and popping into the quaint shops. Try to include a Saturday night stay-over when they have the "Junkanoo parade". It's keeping with an old Bahamas tradition and is so fantastic and so much fun for the kids. Also while in the Bahamas we recommend the MONTAGUE GARDENS STEAK AND GRILL for dinner one night. Great prices and free round trip transportation. Overall...What a GREAT VACATION !!! Can't wait to go back.

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      By charc3 Updated May 16, 2017

      Best Vacation ever. We have Phase I Timeshare. We have a great Water View of Atlantis and Yachts. We go just about every year the first week of June. We have a 2BR Lock-off and we are using the Premium side only. Need to rent the 1 BR Deluxe side. Highly recommend take the Shuttle bus to Super Value store for groceries. We buy breakfast foods, some lunch stuff and snacks. Murray's is a must for the best sandwiches.

    • Avatar for dianec
      By dianec Updated Feb 26, 2017

      I am an owner and have been to other Timeshares and I still think Harborside at Atlantis has more to offer than any other place in the world. Great for all ages. The staff at Harborside is great.

      The girls are very helpful and always has a smile on their face. Our deepest sympathy goes to Renee's family and co-workers. She was a remarkable woman and always would remain in our prayers. God Bless You Renee!

    • Avatar for felcia1
      By felcia1 Updated Aug 9, 2016

      My family and just stayed at Harborside in July 2016. We loved it there our room was awesome, the staff was very friendly and loved that the Harborside was quiet abd away from the traffic at the towers. The food is expensive but we had our own so that didn't bother us. The biggest downside was they did not offer free WiFi at Harborside only. That was a chef complaint that I heard, that is the only reason four the overall rating of 4 stars.

    • Avatar for anthonyf48
      By anthonyf48 Updated Mar 12, 2016

      Exceptional amentities & restaurants at the main hotel!! Great for the family or a couple.

    • Avatar for ninap23
      By ninap23 Dec 24, 2015

      My husband and I have been owners of two timeshares at Harborside for 10 years and have used them almost every year, especially when the kids were young. Now, we rent one out each year. We are never disappointed there.

      Any of the taxis will take you to a grocery store on the way from the airport. We pack salt and pepper but that is all. Groceries and liquor are expensive but it is an island and I expect that on any island I visit.

      I am a walker and love to get up and walk the whole resort every morning - you can go miles. It is safe and a beautifully-planted resort. It is only a few miles to walk over the bridge to Nassau and the Fish Fry. If you get tired, you can take a boat taxi from Nassau back to the island (or a taxi).

      Some restaurants at Atlantis are very pricey but we plan one or two each trip and use less expensive places the rest of the time. In the Marina, Bimini and Johnny Rockets are my favorite. We eat so much there, we just have juice for breakfast anyway so the pricing works out well for us.

      Love the Spa and they often have specials. There is so much to do and no need for a car with all the shuttle buses that it is a great value. My kids love it because they can be on their own and go to movies and dinner by themselves now that they are older. We have been all over the Caribbean and like this place better than any other we have stayed at, including the Turks and Caicos (although that was lovely too).

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      By jackm356 Updated Jul 28, 2015

      Stayed again this year and like it even more with a few exceptions. But here are a few more tips, buy a case of water, snacks and juices for your room. Sandra's Taxi service will stop at both a grocery store and liquor store for you. Bring some red solo cups and fill them with water to put in the freezer, you will understand. There seemed to be more cruise ships this year which can be a pain during lunch because they all have vouchers. Also bring your own blow up floats for the pools. We ate at more restaurants this year which wasn't planned because they are pricey but be careful some are family style so the entrees will feed 4 people. Virgil's BBQ very good. same for Chop Stixx in the Coral Towers. Carmine's in the Marina Village has great food but felt very very rushed. Tell them you are in no rush. Bottles of wine in every place are overpriced but its vacation. This place is a great value. You get all of the amenities of the Atlantis with the privacy of a small resort. There is a free shuttle service that runs every 5 or 10 minutes that will take you everywhere. You will however have to do a little prep work for your stay. We packed bagels and bread from NYC as well as a bottle or 2 of your favorite cocktail and we had our cab driver stop at the grocery store and liquor store. This will save you at least $1000 for the week. A case of beer goes for at least $45 a case (buy cans) but better than $9 each at the pools. Pack a good size soft cooler. Other things to buy: case of water, chips, mixers for your drinks. Lunch for 4 will at the pools will run you about $45. Good place for dinner Bimini Road ( moderate$) but great atmosphere. the Marina Village is great they have Starbucks, Ben and Jerry's. Very casual attire bring comfortable shoes/sandals you will be doing a lot of walking. Water shoes very good idea for water slides and pool area. Kids will love this place. You can spend a little or a lot it's up to you.

    • Avatar for craigm299
      By craigm299 Feb 22, 2015

      My wife and I come every year. People are crazy to call this place a dump. The resort is showing its age but as well resorts they are renovating as they go. Now that Kerzner has been bought out the money will again flow into this property. Best resort in Caribbean.

    • Avatar for louisl17
      By louisl17 Updated Dec 16, 2014

      This is a 1st class resort , you get all the benefits and with the addition of the second phase of Atlantis you get acces to what use to be the beach of Club Med ( gorgeous ).

    • Avatar for barbg51
      By barbg51 Apr 3, 2014

      Entire property undergoing a major renovation.. new paint, new lighting, new pool resurfacing. Best vacation spot for the entire family! Save money by packing less (each unit has own washer/dryer), save lots of $ by grocery shopping and eating breakfast on your balcony, enjoy all that Atlantis has to offer (again saving co, pared to a $400 - 500/ night hotel room) PLUS get free use of slides pools beaches (that others pay $140 /person / day for) we've come here once or twice a year for 10 years and enjoy such a great family fun location. Getting better all the time!

    • Avatar for debram369
      By debram369 Mar 24, 2014

      What a piece of garbage, filthy, old, and expensive property. Just wasted a whole week with my family at this resort.....Save your time and money and go somewhere else. I can't believe this is an SPG property, more like motel 6!!!!!!!!!!!

    • Avatar for janer37
      By janer37 Feb 11, 2014

      Was there in December. This was both dirty, needed renovation, expensive beyond belief and we actually chose to come home a week early after making reservations 8 months in advance. We saw several 1 bedroom units before "settling" for the one we had. I had to actually insist that the kitchen and bath be recleaned. It was gross.

      We spent $700 to go home early because it was so horrible. The Atlantis itself also needs much renovation but what was once an amazing aquarium is now dirty, cloudy and clearly they no longer have the proper staff to maintain the fish. The outdoor tanks actually smelled! We were told by a worker that the pumping system had failed and all of the young fish had died. When we visited several years before, this marine park was stellar!

      With a new resort being built near the airport and set to open in December, the Atlantis needs to get it's act together. I would NEVER recommend this timeshare or resort to anyone. Shame on Starwoods for remaining a partner!

    • Avatar for cathyrnm
      By cathyrnm Sep 16, 2013

      Honestly - this is our #1 vaca spot. We have family of 5 including 2 older teens and an 8 yo w/special needs (prader-willi syndrome). Harborside is still the very Best choice. We can count on a great, fun, clean, well appointed apartment. Having a kitchen and laundry facilities is key. Atlantis is still, after 8 years, the most amazing, fun place to go w/the family and the Bahamas offer so much more to do. We still LOVE Dolphin Adventure which is not on the Atlantis property - and so worth the day trip. And finally, the very best part of Harborside, Atlantis & the Bahamas is seriously the native people. They are incredible. Of course there are scheisters - like anywhere, but way more these folks are truly beautiful hearts. One December, as we ordered from a beach-side sandwich bar, the gals working told us they would be praying for our protection and prosperity - so nice people like us would be able to come back over and over. These are the nicest, most kind, accommodating folk - not because it's good business, but because it's who they are. Love the Bahamans!!!

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      By carlosa116 May 11, 2013

      Great Resort! Awesome waterpark!! All the retaurants are top notch. Played golf at Ocean Club, what a beautiful club. Staff was good and accomodations were great. Very clean and comfortable. Very spacious - 1 bedroom premium. The kitchen was a huge plus, we bought lunches by the pool and had breakfast and dinner in our room.

      Overall fantistic place!!!

    • Avatar for robertw762
      By robertw762 Updated Dec 14, 2012

      posted December 11 2012 travel date september 21-28 2012 Finally got to use the time share we bought in 2010.It was worth the wait.we had an absolutely wonderful vacation at harborside.This was our 5th trip to atlantis. Stayed in the coral tower the the four previous trips. Everything at harborside was 1st rate. We took some food with us in a rolling cooler and bought the rest from foodstoretogo,com. When we arrived at our timeshare in building #2 the delivery guy from foodstoretogo was waiting for us at the door.He put all the food in the fridge or on the counter. I give foodstoretogo a ten star rating.We cooked almost every meal except for two dinners whan we ate at restaurants. Made friends with a wonderful cabbie named Venley Mcpherson who we used for every trip we made around the island. He was very willing to share all his local knowledge about what to see and where to eat. He took us to a local restauarant that he frequents and we had a great dinner & a great time even though we were the only tourists in there. Venley's phone no. is 242-467-7935. Weather was good evan though it rained more on this trip than the other 4 trips combined but mostly at night so it didn't change any of our plans. Atlantis property was fabulous as usual. Took the family ( wife & two adult girls ) on 8hr deep sea fishing trip on the 30ft boat dixie rose. Had a great trip & caught a lot of fish that the mate on board fillet for us and we took back home in our rolling cooler. We can't wait to go back to harborside in 2014 if not sooner. If anyone needs tips on what to pack etc please feel free to contact us. Also the casino is awesome. Bob & Deb ,Jennifer , Tracy Fessler

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      By stephenp72 Sep 29, 2012

      Staff was friendly but communication is poor, and the knowledge if facilities and services is below what it should be. Otherwise fabulous vacation resort. Bathrooms even by pool are five star!

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      By jimd436 May 24, 2012

      Excellent resort!

    • Avatar for as15
      By as15 Mar 21, 2012

      Stayed in a one bedroom unit in bulding 6 in January 2012. The unit was nice, but nothing special. It was roomy enough for two, but four people in that unit would have been a little crowded. The Harborside has it's own nice restaurant and pool. Harborside is also within walking distance of the Paradise Island Ferry Terminal, some local shops and Atlantis' Marina Village (several restaurants & shops). To get to the rest of Atlantis Resort you'll want to take the free shuttles. The Atlantis resort is pretty impressive and expansive. We walked several miles per day, just getting around the resort. It takes a week to see everything and sample the restaurants at Atlantis. Of course the aquariums and water slides are awesome. We golfed at Ocean Club - beautiful. Swam with the Dolphins - awesome. Had spa treatments - very nice, top notch. insider tip: The One and Only Ocean Club is a super exclusive $$$$ hotel at Atlantis. (Casino Royale movie filmed here) You can take the shuttle here and dine at The Dunes restaurant on the ocean. All in all a great vacation, made affordable by exchanging our timeshare here.

    • Avatar for juliee79
      By juliee79 Updated Nov 19, 2015

      This is our second time we have stayed at the Harborside. The last time we stayed there was seven years ago.was Check-in took about 15 minutes. The staff at the front desk were somewhat pleasant, but not as much as one would hope and expect. We arrived right at 4:00pm and were assigned a second two bedroom timeshare in building #4.

      We were happy to see that the accomodations were very clean, and very spacious. It was the largest two bedroom I've stayed in. Normally a two bedroom consists of a one bedroom attached to a studio. However, this one had a larger one bedroom attached to a smaller one bedroom. The beds were nice and firm. It had a nice large eating area/dining table for our three kids, ages 8, 5, and 3.

      We stayed for a week in mid-October. Unfortunately, we never saw the sun all week! It was 80-82 degrees and cloudy every day, with multiple rain showers. The weather can't be helped, but what was irritating was the non-functioning hot tubs over at the main resort. Without the sun, my kids tended to get cold, and the hot tubs were not working the entire week! Come on Atlantis! This is simply unsat for a resort of this caliber and expense. The only functioning hot tub was at the Harborside pool! Twice we had to leave the Atlantis water park just to go warm up over at the Harborside. Thank goodness for the efficient shuttles!

      Speaking of the water park at the Atlantis--it is simply amazing. We thought it was awesome seven years ago when we visited, and it has been built up quite a bit since then--with several new slides and an AWESOME lazy river ride complete with rapids and tunnels. The waterpark is enjoyable for kids of all ages, and adults alike. We pretty much stayed at the resort the entire week, and never got bored. There is so much to do there. We even watched a movie for free (Tangled) one day at their movie theater when it was raining.

      Besides the hot tubs, the other major negative of this resort is the lack of free wi-fi. The Harborside allows guests to sign up for 15 minutes of free internet at one of only two computers located in the lobby. First of all, the computers went down several times. Second, it was not always easy to get on one, as there were often lines to use them. Third, the computers were closed too early, at 7:00 pm.

      A couple tips for your trip: Bring as much food as you can. Food at the small sundry shop at the Harborside is four times the prices in the U.S.! Food at the grocery store is twice our prices! We checked a suitcase with two gallons of frozen milk (which kept the suitcase cool), frozen bread, cold cuts, cheese, butter, peanut butter and jelly, donuts, crystal light, and snacks. It saved us quite a bit of money--even counting the $25 each way cost to check a suitcase.

      Downtown Nassau is dirty and not much too see. However,it is worth it for the straw market where you can haggle with the locals for lots of souvenirs, and for the Fish Fry, which is close by. The Fish Fry is 1/2 the price of the restaurants on Paradise Island, and tastes much better. The Fish Fry consists of several restaurants right next to each other, where all the locals eat. We ate at one called something like "Mama's Fish Fry". It was delicious!

      We didn't scuba dive this time, unfortuately, but the last two times we were here, we thought Stuart's Cove diving was the best-run diving operator with the best selection of diving sites. It is a long drive from the Harborside, however (They provided shuttle service).

      The other activity I would highly, highly recommend, is the Powerboat Adventures tour. They take you on a very large and fast speed boat to two different private islands. They feed you and show you large iguanas, and lots of sharks and marine life. You can snorkel and hang out on this private island for the whole day. It's absolutely beautiful, with amazing turquoise green waters. The prices are $150-$199 per person--expensive but worth it!

      Would I return to the Harborside? Definitely--however, it will be a few years before we come back, as this is an expensive vacation.

    • Avatar for johnc1143
      By johnc1143 Updated Oct 11, 2011

      UPDATE: August 2011. Just Made 4th visit in the past 3 years. Great trip. www.foodstore2go.com is the new trend. Groceries delivered to Harborside for you. Did not know about it before hand, so did not try it. Will next time. Staff doing a great job keeping cruise passangers from sneaking in. Checking for room key or wristband at every turn. Going two more times this year! LOVE IT! Rooms are updated. New carpet, new flat screen TV's in BR and living room. Bus service was very good this time. Fast. Table min's at blackjack $10 when not a ton of cruise passangers in casino, $15 when they are. Packed suitcase of frozen prepared food (cooked at home, brought frozen). Had cabbie stop and wait for us at gracery store. Spent $225 at grocery store on milk, soda, juice, butter, fruits, veggies, and lots of other foods. Only ate out once the whole week, a large pizza at the marina for $35 plus. For first time ever, needed to call security this trip. A Mom went crazy on her kids right outside my room in courtyard. Screaming the f-bomb and saying she was leaving them and flying home. Throwing stuff, etc. Security guy showed in in less than 4 min and got her under wraps. Was pleased. I really should just BUY here since we are staying at Harborside 2 times per year, but good for you guys that are renting out your weeks on redweek. I'll be back again!! LOL. See older reviews below....

      Harborside Trip Report – Thanksgiving 2009

      I am not an owner. I rented from an owner contacted via Redweek.com. Used the escrow service that Redweek recommends on the site. Kept things very painless and easy, and helps to make both sides feel secure.

      Had a 1 BR premium in building 7. 4th floor with balcony facing the Harbor/Atlantis Royal Tower. Building 7 is in a great location. It is the same building as check-in, meaning you are at the free shuttles to Atlantis towers, the sundry, the concierge, and the computers for public use.

      Weather was great. Mid-low 80’s. 70’s at night. My family at home was fighting 30/40 degree temps and rain, so we were pleased!

      Caught a taxi from airport. $40 one way. That was 3 persons with two large suitcases, a stroller, and 3 or 4 smaller bags. It is a solid 25-35 minute trip depending on traffic.

      Check in was a breeze. Staff at the desk is kind and helpful. This is our 3rd stay in the past year or so at Harborside and they are pretty consistent in not getting you into your room until 3:30 or so (check-in was technically 4). We always fly in on the same flight and we are at the front desk by noon, and we everyone checking in at that time hears that the room will be ready about 4 PM and to check back at 3:30ish. At check-in I was pleased to hear of two nice improvements since our last week stay 3 months ago …. Now you do NOT have to get your Atlantis wristband at the Harborside pool before heading to the main pools and water park. You can now get your band at ANY towel hut with your Harborside room key. This is GREAT, especially for those in building 7 which are very close to the shuttle but not-so-close to the Harborside towel hut. Secondly, there are now 2 computers in the Harborside lobby for guest use. Each person gets 15 minutes free use per day. You sign up at the concierge who tracks the time usage. This is a big improvement over lugging your way all the way to the Atlantis library to check email. Printing of boarding passes is free for Harborside guests. Very nice.

      Building 7 is starting to show some wear, in my opinion. The décor has a late 1980’s or early 90’s feel with the blue carpet, glass dining table top with a faux stone base, aqua blue trim, blue sofa bed, etc. Many little touches were missing in my room. No doorstop on the bathroom door, so there was a nice-sized whole in the wall where the bathroom door handle had hit the wall over the years. Light bulbs missing. Balcony door that slid loudly and needed effort to pull. Deep scrapes in the countertops of kitchen. In the corridors there were light fixtures with exposed wires. I don’t want to paint a bad picture, as it is still a great building to stay in. But based on the very high maintenance fees owners pay annually, I’d expect 4/5 star maintenance and upkeep on the building. My last stay was in a newer phase room and was very sharp all around. I feel that building 7 is still very nice, but is due for a facelift.

      Grounds were perfect. Landscaping is amazing. All pools were in working order. One hot tub at Atlantis was down, but the hot tub and pools at Harborside were all up and running all week (including the water feature that is in the HS main pool, which only had 1-2 “arms” working my last stay).

      Shuttle service was spotty. Everything seems empty and sleepy the Sat-Tues before Thanksgiving. Shuttles were empty and timely. As the week picked up at the holiday, shuttles were slow and often filled to complete capacity (including the jump seats). Two drivers chose to crank their music at high levels, which annoyed me with my 1 year old in tow. Also, while most busses are clearly marked with signs that read something like To/from Coral & Beach Towers, two of the busses had no signage on the side. Put a magnet on there, for pity sake. Every time it pulls up you have to climb to the first step and ask where they are heading. A few times it was a double whammy.. the driver with the radio at volume 100 had no signage on the bus. Folks could not even hear him when he tried to scream out where he was going ... Coral Tower and Royal Tower sound very much alike when screamed in a Bahamian accent muttered beneath Jay-Z playing at full blast. Overall, though, the drivers were friendly and the shuttles were pretty good as far as timeliness. They did need to add a bus or two at the busy times after Thanksgiving.

      Got the hang of the convection oven on the microwave this trip. We cooked and froze meals before we left, re-heated them using the convection setting. Worked swimmingly. The only complaint is the cheap pots and pans. You can use a ½ can of PAM spray and the food STILL sticks to them. Does not feel like vacation when you need to scrub your arm off with an SOS pad due to cheap pans. Of our two checked bags 1 and ½ was food. Saved us a TON of money. Food and drink on the resort and at the sundry is worse than ever. Murry’s Deli and the Pizza place … $7 for one slice of pizza? $3 for one 12 oz can of soda? $5.50 for one bowl of cereal and one cup of milk? $15 for a tuna melt sandwich? $9.50 for a cheeseburger by the pool? $7 for a can of beer? And places like MESA and NOBU look great but we can’t stomach the price tag, personally. If you are on a budget, pack a ton of food and ask your taxi driver to stop at the grocery on the ride in (or take the Harborside shuttle to the grocery).

      The new Kid’s Club is under construction. The ads make it look GREAT. Really can’t wait for that for the little ones.

      Used the Cove beach as our main stomping ground for beach. The water was not quite as clear on this trip as in previous visits. Turns out that they are digging up the harbor to fit the new Oasis cruise ship into Nassau (6000 passengers or something?). They need to dig down 40 extra feet from the current harbor depth to fit in this big old ship. That digging is temporarily causing some murkier waters. We’ve hit all Atlantis beaches and the Cove beach is our favorite. Light waves, not crowded, usually lots of open chairs, etc. You can get some interesting situations at the far end of the beach near the adults only private Cove pool, though. Some loud music and some partygoers down there. On the opposite end, though, it is very quiet and usually darn near empty of people.

      Splashers is a blast. My son could spend all week there at that one pool area. The lifeguards there do a nice job in keeping the older kids under wraps when their parents do not. Rode every thrill slide in the park, most of them multiple times. Great fun. The Dig and all aquarium areas are perfect. You see new sea life every time, it seems.

      Harborside is simply great. As a renter, I pay less than I would for a regular room at the Beach towers. Rather than getting a small and run-down single room, you get a spacious area with a kitchen and balcony. Perfect place to stay for families. This time we had longer than 1 week off of work, so we stayed a few days at the Wyndam Crystal Palace after checking out of Harborside. While the room and resort there at the Crystal Palace is nice, it is just that .. a room. We were so spoiled by the space and amenities at Harborside. It really makes it tough to go back to hotel living.

      Trip report for our Harborside Atlantis week, July 11-18, 2009.

      I am not an owner. I rented from an owner via Redweek.

      Check-in was a breeze. Room was not ready until check-in time of 4 PM, though, and we were there at 11:30 AM or so. Ate a lunch at the poolside restaurant at Harborside and walked the harbor to pass some time. What amazing yachts docked there, huh? Assigned to building 3, the 4th floor. Room was just what we had hoped. Crib and high chair for the baby were delivered just after we arrived. Crib mattress was very flimsy, but the baby was so tired each night from the go-go-go that he slept fine in it. Tuesday night our A/C broke. Being 92 during the day and 82 as an overnight low, the room quickly warmed up to the 80’s and was sticky as heck. We were moved to building 5, upgraded to a larger room w/ balcony with pool view (2nd floor). Even more pleased with this room. More floor space for the baby’s trucks and toys, plus the balcony to relax and eat on. Stunk to have to pack up, move, and unpack again in the new room, but worth it thanks to the comped upgrade.

      Packed too many clothes and not quite enough food. With the washer/dryer, we did a small load per night of wet/sandy clothes. We spent most of our time in bathing suits during the trip. Next time we’ll use the luggage space/weight for even more food.

      We packed a soft-sided zip-up cooler with lots of lunch meat, frozen chicken, pasta, and the like. Also took along thing like Stove Top Stuffing, cereal, snacks, Pam spray, Skillet Sensations, frozen shrimp pasta meal, peanut butter and jelly, cheese, and much more. Still ended up dropping over $100 fast on items like bottled water, soda, butter, bread, and milk at the grocery. The sundry shop at the resort must be avoided. It was $8 for 32 oz of milk there, $7 for a loaf of bread. Items are usually about double what they are in the states, with some items much more than double. Restaurants on the resort are very high. Pizza is $7 a slice, a Rueben sandwich at Murry's deli was $16, a can of soda is $3.50, etc. Plus, the baby is not great at sitting and waiting quietly at slow-service eateries, so it is best for us right now to cook for ourselves. Since there was no issue with customs (Bahamas customs is only an issue if you are bringing in enough food for commercial use), we’ll pack more of our own favorites to cook next time. Two small burners and a microwave. We tried the convection oven on the micro to not great results. I guess using a micro convection oven is an art form we’ve not mastered.

      Resort is not very handicap/stroller friendly. Lots of places that the wife and I had to carry the stroller down flights of steps with no ramps or elevators in sight. No doubt that the Bahamian laws on handicap accessibility is not as strict as US laws. We had no problem with it, and in the few cases that the wife or I were pushing solo here usually was an Atlantis staff member nearby who’d offer to help carry the stroller & baby.

      Speaking of staff, they were great. From shuttle drivers to housekeepers to blackjack dealers and more, everyone was kind and helpful. They seem to understand that their island and job depends on tourist dollars, and they value the visitors.

      Ferry to Nassau is the best value in town. $3 per way for a lovely boat ride with a great information piece from a tour guide. Took a horse and buggy ride for $20 plus tip for the three of us. The baby loved petting the horse and riding the carriage. When the baby’s hat flew off in the wind, a local scooped it up and sprinted to catch up to us in the buggy. Great people at every turn, I found.

      Pools are great. Splashers pool is heaven for kids. My son loved every second of it. The slides, the water cannons, the nets to climb .. and for parents there are even spots that are shaded in and under the huge playset. Wonderful. Sampled the adult slides, which are all a blast. Slides and pools are there for the taste of a 100 year old Grandma to a 1 year old toddler, and everyone in between.

      Played daily at the casino. Wife and I used to be Vegas regulars (before the baby), so we are knowledgeable gamblers. The blackjack rules are not ideal for the player (dealer stands on soft 17, split aces only once, no surrender) but still a good time. Wife and I took turns playing during baby nap time or after baby bed time. Played all week and left up $70. Tables can get crowded at night and when a bunch of cruise ships are in port, but overall a very nice casino.

      Did the Cove Beach daily, usually late afternoon as the sun’s rays were lighter. Found this to be the least crowded and nicest beach. Water is crystal clear. Fish swim right around your legs. Surf is very light and safe. Wonderful beach.

      The baby loved the aquariums, as expected. We hit the Baltimore Aquarium often, so we knew he’d love it. This was even better than Baltimore due to the way they present the fishes in such a dramatic fashion. The dig is great for kids, the underwater tunnels, etc. We spent a goodly portion of time daily taking it all in. The Manta Rays are breathtaking. The baby also loved the rope bridge. He could have scooted back and forth all day on it. He is so light that when he walks on it it barely wiggles, and he just thought he was the king up there on it.

      We’ll have to wait a few years before my son can do the Dolphin/Sea Lion experience, climbing wall, power tower, etc .. but I know he’ll love them all when he’s old enough.

      Transportation was easy. Folded up the stroller and used the Harborside busses all of the time. They are quick and easy.

      Filled up my 2 gig memory card with photos before the last day of the trip! My son did not stop giggling and smiling the whole week, so it was easy to load it up with great snapshots. It is great fun for him, but also great learning. On the trip he learned to say fish, bus, blue, and yellow (well, his versions are ba-boo and yell-yo)… not bad for 14 months. He got to see the ocean for the first time, hear steel drums for the first time, and was sliding down the baby slides solo by the end of the week.

      So, we had him at Disney World at Christmas and Atlantis in July. I must say that Atlantis ranks right up there with Diz in terms of a great family location. In fact, we just might give Atlantis a slight edge due to the beach and aquariums.

      We had a glorious time and will be back.

      Very few complaints: Food prices (knew that coming in), pools technically close at 7 (although it is not really enforced, folks are usually back in the water at 7:10PM and stay late), Splashers playset does not start operating until 10 AM (when kids tend to be up at 6-7 AM, it could be open earlier), taking the Harborside timeshare tour when you are a Harborside guest (but not yet owner) only nets you $50 while guests at other towers or resorts get $125 for their time, only 2 of the 5 “arms” that spit out water at the Harborside pool were working all week (kids love that thing), not stroller friendly.

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      By jerry343 Updated Sep 13, 2011

      Was there this aug 19-26-11 great weather until Hurricane Irene -storm lasted 1 day and Harborside took care of its people..evacuated everyone to Atlantis..conference room provided to sleep in with sheets and pillow..free dinner buffet 8/24 and following day free breakfast lunch and dinner ..plenty of concern and help by Atlantis employees. They all should be applauded for there assistance and care. Was back in timeshare next night and went swimming in pool Friday morning before heading home Friday night.Excellent job by staff and management.

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      By mikef72 May 26, 2011

      We stayed there over Spring Break 2011 (family of 4 with 2 boys 9 and 10). Resort was great and our room had a nice view of the harbor and the ships coming and going. The rooms are in good shape but in no way new feeling. The resort has full access to Atlantis so Haborside is a nice get-away from the comotion of the hotels. The restaurant on site was good but the service was extremely slow one time. We complained about the wait for food (it took over 1 hour to get our meals) and the manager comp'd us some drinks. Shuttle to the grocery store in the mornings is a must if you want your own food and drinks at a reasonable price.

      We had a great time and I'd recommend it for families that want to get into Atlantis and take a break from time to time.

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      By cathyp139 Mar 8, 2011

      We rented a unit at Harborside last Christmas Break. It was gorgeous! We love the condo setting for our family of four (our kids were 17 & 20). We found the transportation system to be extremely reliable and went back and forth to Atlantis multiple times during the days and nights. Yes...the food is expensive but we rotated between the smaller restaurants at the marina and then went to a nicer restaurant a couple of times during the week.

      It was a very busy time of year but we didn't make reservations ahead of time because we didn't realize we'd have to. Upon checking in, we made reservations for the rest of the week. We had to take what was available but every place we ate was terrific!

      This was an outstanding vacation all around. I'd highly recommend it for anyone and everyone!

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      By deeo16 Jul 6, 2010

      My husband and I have been vacationing in the Bahamas since 1986. We stay in the Stuart Cove area at the Divi Hotel on our first visit and for 2 years after. We then stayed on Cable Beach. I agree with the person who said that Cable Beach was a High School and College Spring Break destination. My son cut his foot on a broken beer bottle on the bottom of the pool at the Crystal Palace. The kids were drunk, noisy and up all night That was our last time staying at Crystal Palace or Cable Beach. We have been staying on Paradise Island since 2000 and Harborside Resort since 2004. It is kid friendly and we love it. Of course the food is expensive but you know that coming in, if you do your homework. We always stop by the market and get food, snack and water before we even get to the resort. I think Harborside is great, my family and I love it and we will be back. My son does not want to go anywhere else.

      The only complaint was not about the resort, but about the young woman who worked for the time share company. She was very rude and pushy. I will not take the tour or buy a time share from from them.

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      By donaldl117 May 8, 2010

      Just returned from a week at Harborside. The unit was great. Clean, everthing one needs, staff great. Felt very safe. Great transportation system (mini busses) around to all Atlantis properties.

      Plan to do a lot of walking. Also bring as much foord as you can. Food is very expensive on the island. Have you taxie driver stop at a City Market on the way in from the airport to buy your bread milk ect. The resort has a small store but VERY EXPENSIVE. Also stop at a store to stock up on the local beer Kalik.

      If you want to eat out try the Poop Deck. Have to take a cab. Prices are very good and the food is even better. The Poop Deck on West Bay (quite a ride) is more expensive but a nice treat for a night out.

      Hope to be back in the fall. Enjoy!!!!!!

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      By cyndib4 Apr 27, 2010

      We have been visiting Atlantis for six years, sometimes twice a year. We love the property as there is something for everyone in the family, no matter what age. The property is kept in very good condition. The down side is the expense. Meals are usually a fiasco as they are always over booked and understaffed. If you do not plan weeks in advance of your vacation you can rarely get a dinner reservation at a descent time. Also, you must check your bill every day at Harborside as I am charged for maid service that I never requested (nor received) and was told that since housekeeping said they did it I had to pay for it. Over $200 extra tacked onto my bill during my last stay. When I asked to speak to the manager, the lady at the desk said that she was the manager and that the charges would stay.

      We love coming to Atlantis but will be more cautious in the future.

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      By josephm330 Jan 23, 2010

      I have been going there eight straight years and this year I am going to Hawaii for a change. I love Atlantis because you can wear a tucks and my wife breaks out her best also. the employees have become my friends ,but Hawaii is a exchange for I am a owner of a timeshare and it has taken me eight years to go to a starwood vacation elsewhere.But in 2011 I WILL BE BACK with the nine of us

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      By alicea14 Jan 16, 2010

      We've never had anything but a positive experience each time we've stayed at the Harborside. The units are beautiful the grounds are amazing. It's nice to be able to take the shuttle back and forth to the main part of the hotel or walk over and feel like you can get away from all the commotion of the main part of the hotel if you want to. It's great to be able to the room to spread out if you have a couple of kids instead of being stuck in a hotel room. We've gotten so used to having the living room area separate from the bedroom that we now only stay in a regular hotel room if there's not other option.

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      By carolh301 Jan 5, 2010

      I have to say I was disappointed in the Harborside during our stay after Christmas. It is our second time visiting this resort, we were there 4 years ago and loved it. We were in a 2 bedroom lock-off in building 1. When we walked into our room it smelled of old garbage. A staff member came up and promised someone would come up and "freshen up" the room. They never appeared. It took 2 days with the patio doors open until we no longer smelled it when we returned to the room. There was never any hot water, 2 beautiful jacuzzi tubs that we couldn't fill and use. We got used to lukewarm showers at all times of the day and the staff never addressed the problem even though we repeatedly called. One microwave was broken and never repaired, the same for 1 toaster. Luckily we had 2 units and duplicates of each. Holes in the carpet, sofas needed a serious steam cleaning. And finally we brought along our children's grandmothers and both had had knee replacements and needed the elevator that would freeze between floors or bounce them from the 2nd to 3rd floor. The staff was also stuck with them in the elevator for may of these long ordeals. Thankfully we were only in our rooms at night. We love the Atlantis resort with all the aquatic life and water slides and beaches. Next time we will stay in the hotels over there. Don't plan on returning to Harborside.

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      By annew81 Oct 1, 2009

      We love it there, especially at Christmas time with all the stars on their boats. Jessica Alba was there one year, and Tony from the Sopranos we saw three years in a row. That was fun. The great thing about catching a limo to the resort is you can ask the limo driver for an extra fee if she'll stop in at the grocery store on the way to the resort. We've done this the last 2 times and it has saved us a fortune in groceries and time from being wasted during our trip.

      Junkanoo is a riot with all the dancing and costumes along with the straw market where one can get many identically-designer-like items like Fendi, Louis Vutton, Chanel, etc... Fun!!! Together with a night at the Fish Fry is awesome. The weather was great every year and we especially loved the water, the billiard table by the pool and shuffle board. Working out is easy b/c rarely is there a lineup to workout in the faciliites that are at Harborside whereas Atlantis spa and exercise facilities cost $25/day. The daily 4 free movies that play a day are all currently films in the theatre at home, so if you want a break just sit and watch some of those movies that you just haven't had time to get to b/c life is just too busy. I also love walking through the marina and meeting some wonderful owners. All in all it is really a great place.

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      By kirkl9 Updated Sep 12, 2009

      We have vacationed here for the past 4 years. Bought our timeshare on the first 3 day visit. We have never been disappointed - it its awesome for adults (dining, spa, gym, casino) and even better for families (our kids can't wait to go every year) with the water activities, kidsclub at atlantis, and the beach. We are never bored and will be coming back or a long time to come!

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      By amyd152 Jul 22, 2009

      LOVE IT!! We own a 1 bdr premium and have gone every year for the past five years. We have the option to go to other resorts but we keep going back to the Atlantis because we love it so much. Our kids love it as well and have been going since they were ages 2 and 4 and can't wait to return every year. The resort is so large the key is knowing where you are going and the amenities that are available to you. First off...yes, the Bahama's is very expensive. Having the villa is ideal because it has a full size fridge and kitchen with a stove top and microwave/convection oven. I would limit the amount of items you buy in the "Sundries" which is the convienence stores at the resort. The Harborside villas offer shuttle to the local grocery store where all of your groceries can be bought at a more affordable price (slightly higher than US grocery stores but very comparable). Also right across from the Atlantis near the Coral and Beach Towers is a shopping plaza where you can purchase convienence items (these prices are mid range between the grocery store and the "Sundries" stores on the resort. There is also a liquor store in this shopping plaza and liqour can be bought to mix drinks, way cheaper than if you were to buy them on the resort, they also sell beer which is quite costly in comparison to the liqour (around $24/12pk) so I would stick to mixed drinks if you are looking to have a few coctails.

      Make sure you take advantage of all the free shuttle services that the atlantis offers as it is very convienent in getting are the enormous resort. Also if you have a wheelchair or stroller there is usually ramps and elvators but are somewhat out of site so I would recomend asking for this information when you get there. Once you know where these locations are it makes things quite a bit easier in getting around as there are a lot of stairs.

      There is something for everyone at this resort and anyone who goes will love it and want to go back time and time again. Like I said my children who are 4 and 6 and have been going for a few years love it and dont like when its time to go home. :-) My mother and stepfather also have a timeshare and have been going to the Atlantis for the past 11 years and they love it. They also have the option to go to other resort but choose to continually go back to the Atlantis. The staff is very pleasant and friendly as well as accomadating. Almost every year we have gone in the past 5 years some type of event has been going on and we have come across a things such as their million $$ firework display to watching a movie be filmed as well as tons of celebrity sighting...(Micheal Jordan, Josh Duhmal, Fergie, Steven Tyler, Nick Lachey, Julia Roberts ...the list goes on and on....again something for everyone!)

      Lastly if you take your chances in the casino, make sure you get a players card as they do offer comps for playing. We have recieved meals taken off our bill, free limo service to the airport for our departure and so on. The last few years they have got a little tighter with their casino comps, but we have recieved plenty of offers in the mail for 3 nights free in the coral and royal towers for return stays at the hotel because of the player card comps. Recently my husband and I enjoyed 3 nights free in the Royal Towers from our previous stay and card usage in the casino.

      I can hardly wait for my return trip next year!! :-)

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      By duckster17 Updated Jul 1, 2009

      We have been to Atlantis appox 12 times. We loved every stay! Now we own a 3bd lockoff at Harborside and it has accom.all of our 3 children and grandchildren totaling 12 people. What a great way to enjoy your entire family weeks 7 & 8 every year. Recently we have been renting part of our units and the rentals have been great. Although food is expensive these units provide full kitchen and can help keep the cost down because you don't need to eat out always.Atlantis is definitely a jewel in the carribbean with a fantastic Marina, Luxurious Yachts, Marketplace and Great Restaurants.

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      By annemariem9 Updated Jun 6, 2009

      Something for everyone!!!! It is not Las Vegas and I never expeced it to be....I go to 'Vegas' for 'Vegas' and Paradise Island for "top 10 beach in the world" beautiful tropical paradise! Actually, it is known as the "Monte Carlo of the Caribbean." yachts and travelers from all over the world dock and gamble in high roller areas. Very few Caribbean casinos serve free cocktails, craps tables and a 5-star nighclub-AURA which is spectacular for twenty somethings and up....DOLPHINS (costly to participate but all can watch)..Dig aquarium, water slides towers, rapids, lazy river, and on and on... Harborside offers families full kitchens and transportation to supermarket with a mini market on site. Many 5 star restaurants worthy eg.. NOBU, Cafe Martinique, SeaFire, Bahamian Club to mention a few. Inexpensive and delicious is Carmine's, Buffets in Royal and Coral Towers, Johnny Rockets, Pizza, Murray's, Atlas and others. This resort is not to be missed and with a day pass, you will experience little or nothing of all there is to do and see. The beach at Cable does not even come close to comparing to the beach at Atlantis and One and Only. Also, Cable Beach is 'high school spring break destination zone" My kids have stayed there--no comparison to Atlantis beaches....I have stayed at the Atlantis and Harborside at least 15 times. I go several times a year and often for 2 weeks at a time (which is another reason why I prefer the Harborside's large efficency units). I always get home and say " You know, we never did get to do this or that."

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      By loup14 Updated Jun 3, 2009

      We rented from an owner, KevinA and had the best time over the Christmas week. Where do I begin. Simply wonderful- though glad to be home as usual.

      I was worried with the negative reviews on some websites, about cost, and friendliness. It was very comparable to other resorts with food prices in all ranges. The friendliness & helpfulness of the staff was great at both the Harborside and Royal Towers. We will clearly go back, our personal concierge assigned at check in was wonderful, Sherique.

      We had a 2 bedroom unit, 4 adults, a 3 month old and 3 year old. The Harborside kitchens were great and allowed us the flexiblity to eat in and at different times. (Learn about convection oven cooking. I cooked a great turkey but ruined a cake.) We taxied to a large grocery. We did the majority of our meals in condo or great sandwiches to beach/pool and ordered fries or drink. We felt obligated to make a dent in all the groceries we had purchased. (Eating a # of the meals in condo also made us feel like we had received good value throughout entire stay and since kids were napping around 2 pm, it was always easy to schedule to get back to room.)

      The Harborside pool area was relaxing, with a work out room, very large hot tub, outdoor shuffleboard, pool and ping pong. Plenty of chairs and views of Nassau and Marina.

      Restuarants: The Point Restaurant at Harborside pool overlooking the marina and Nassau was very reasonably priced. Dinner menu included sandwiches around $11 with fries but the full entrees were only $21 and included salad, potato, meat, coleslaw & dessert! Super location as well.

      Carmines in Marina Village was a GREAT dinner choice as well. Great Atmosphere. We knew to get best value , we needed to eat the same thing. The staff immediately told us that one order of Chicken Parmesean-$58 would feed all 5 of us, we added pasta.$16, it would feed 5-6 adults easily, The salad-$21 would feed 6-8 adults easily and same for the Calamari-$23 appetizer. The meal with tip $144 and we brought home leftovers in 5 trays.

      (Disliked Anthony's outside resort, for Dinner- kind of like going to Denny's. The Point much better and better value)

      The location by the marina and close to Marina Village was superb. Made for relaxing walks with 3 month old while others played in hot sun. The Marina brought beautiful yachts which take your breath away and made for a lot of interesting conversation on the meaning of the names- No Rules, Scott Free, etc. We had to have eyes out for elevators at the main resort but was very do-able even with stroller.

      Size: The resort is much smaller than it appears from a map. I consistently thought I was in Coral Towers, only to realize that I had walked through Royal Towers and was at end in Beach Towers. Cannot tell from inside where one hotel lobby stops and another starts, the decor is beautiful throughout.

      Recreation: All the reviews talk about the DIG- unbelievable and entertained everyone from a 3 year old to my husband of 81 years. The slides and beach area/lagoons, fish etc were beyond comparison. Never had an easier time finding a pool chair.

      Our 3 yr old was chosen as an Aqua Tot (only 5 a day)and was able to stand in water (Okay a little scared, so he sat on last step with Daddy) and fed the starfish, sting rays, sea urchins, conch and fish and touch them. Really cool!

      Disney or Atlantis: Everything worked out great and the choice of activities beat Disney- We had gone to Disney World in April-Polynesian & Grand Floridain in August, the 3 year old had fun character meals but let's face it, each day was only 4/5 rides on Buzz Light Year, 2/3 Small World, 1/2 Winnie & Peter Pan, and the people Mover. Lots of lines, everywhere etc and not very relaxing. Atlantis was the opposite, even when we were walking somewhere, we were looking at sharks, mantarays, eels, turtles etc.

      Very beautiful, relaxing and would highly reccomend the resort and the owner from whom we rented. Plan to go back.

      PS- We did spend 2 nights in Royal Towers immediately before our 7 day stay at Harborside. It was nice and allowed us a chance to look around Royal Towers- better, and find the restaurant, pharmacy, & coffee bar. No question the Harborside condos are best though.... I suppose that is obvious. The shuttles were super fast and you could have a fun walk through the Marina Village if you choose to walk instead. Window shopping at Versache's, Coffee at Starbucks, ice cream at the Creamery or a hamburger at Johnny Rockets.

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      By steves91 May 9, 2009

      Perfect for families

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      By ma128 May 1, 2009

      I had the BEST time at Harborside. The units are very spacious and have all the comforts of home. There is so much to do at Atlantis for everyone of all ages, there is no way you can do it all in one trip. The great thing about Atlantis is you have access to just about everything from the Beach Towers all the way to the beautiful tranquil setting at the Cove. The Bahamian people are so nice and accommodating. I'm already trying to plan my next trip back to Harborside.

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      By andreas67 Apr 21, 2009

      The Harborside Resort is amazing. Its new, its clean, and its convenient. If you are looking to have a great vacation, but also save on $$ - this resort is the way to go rather than the hotel at Atlantis. You can cook, do laundry, and have the escape of a quiet pool and restaurant located within Harborside. You can walk to the Market, where there are about 4 restaurants to choose from (Johnny Rockets all the way to gourmet French cuisine); Jamba Juice, Starbucks, and plenty of gift shops. Atlantis itself is amazing as well...again, great for the kids. The aquariums are outrageous, and the waterpark is loads of fun. And if you are into spas, the Mandarin spa is unbelievable!

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      By cpierro Updated Apr 17, 2009

      Well let me start off by saying this... I am in aruba as I am writing this because Marriott is trying to get me to buy a timeshare... HA. Aruba is nice dont get me wrong but I needed to rent a car to get to a beach with clear blue water.. Atleast the Atlantis has that at its doorstep.. As for casino well this is a no brainer... ATLANTIS WINS!!! Aruba Casinos are junk compared to the Atlantis Casino. There is only one craps table.. THe beach at on the Hotel strip in Aruba is overcrowded with mirky water.... I dont want to go waist deep in water and not be able to see my feet.. I could swim in the Hudson river for that. Sure Aruba is nice, the people are great and all that jazz but when it comes to fun, sand, and great water atlantis beats aruba. the marriott here is dead. i feel bored. sure its nice to relax but i can do that at the lagoon or by the rocks by the cove and be much more secluded in the atlantis rather thandrive an hour like i did today in aruba.. Bottom line is Atlantis is much more fun!!. not to mention has a 1000 times better mandara spa than aruba.. marriott aruba is a joke compared to atlantis harborside..... im proud to own at harborside... i just cant wait for my marriott preview to tell them they suck compare to atlantis haha

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      By katherine246 Mar 22, 2009

      We are Phase I owners and just returned from a week at Harborside. With four young adult children (ages 21-25) it is hard to imagine anywhere else that could offer so much for us and them. We have all agreed that a week is barely long enough to see it all-much less do it all! We have a two-bedroom lockoff that is perfect for our family- we use the large side as living space, and the kids have the small side as basically two bedrooms and a midnight snack kitchen area. With careful planning for food (we bring our own), Harborside truly allows us to vacation yearly at Atlantis which we could never do staying in one of the hotels (we've done that once and it cost at least four times as much). We have never once regretted purchasing this little piece of paradise!

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      By sharonc312 Jan 26, 2009

      I have owned at the Harborside since 2/04. They have done nothing but continue to add to the value of our purchase by adding additional features nearly every year.

      The complaints about the price of food is ligit, except what some people are not aware of is they offer a meal plan. You have to ask for it but they do have it. It will include breakfast and dinner, your on your own for lunch. If you have to pay for everyone it is still costly, but if you go single and take friends or family they pay thier own way. I still think for what you get{one of the most beautiful places in the world} it is worth it. No regrets in my purchase.

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      By karenb464 Dec 5, 2008

      I agree with all the compliments Atlantis has received in these reviews but would like to address the negatives I have read. How could you possibly compare this resort to Las Vegas? This is a sunny, breezy, bright and naturally beautiful paradise as oppposed to an overbuilt artificial dessert which is very un-family friendly. I know this because we spent 2 days in Vegas at the tail end of our 3 week Arizona adventure this summer. Atlantis has made itself accomodating to families with young children and those who want a quiet atmosphere without the splashing and noise of children by having pools with dumping water buckets and adult only pools. Atlantis truly has something for everyone. I will agree for the avarage family food can be expensive and this is why we always stay at Harborside and really appreciate the quality of the accomodations and the ability to have a simple breakfast or lunch in our fully equipped kitchen. Lastly, A stay at Harborside includes a room cleaning during the week where they change the towels. You can get fresh beach towels as often as you like so then why would you even need daily room cleaning? Unless you are a slob who doesn't know how to put a towel on a hook. Does anyone really wash a towel at home each day?

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      By lindaw Oct 13, 2008

      We had both sides of the 1 bedroom lockoffs. Plenty of room for 5 adults with some to spare. We had no view but it didn't make any difference to us. Everything we needed was in the unit. We brought most of our food with us, including frozen foods so didn't eat out much except for lunch or a snack. Went back and forth between the Atlantis pools and beach and Harborside pool. By the end of the week I was more than content to stay at Harborside because there really is A LOT of walking - even with taking the shuttle to Atlantis. There's just so much to see. The kids (mid 20's) found to save $$ at night, they would hang out in the Casino a bit, get some free drinks and then go up to the nightclub Aura. $20 cover charge but some nights ladies are free. They probably ended up spending the same amount (losing on the slots), but in there heads it was a deal.

      There is a tremedous amount of walking, no matter what you want to do. Thats about the only negative thing I could find.

      Overall, it was a GREAT vacation. And actually quite affordable all things considered, if you don't eat out very much.

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      By jeanetteb32 Sep 1, 2008

      The best resort in the world - great family vacation - beautiful beaches, large water park, lazy river ride, largest marine habitat in the world, aquarium, swim with the dolphins at the Cove, 2 large casinos, kids club, teen club, movie theatre, comedy club, great restaurants and shops - beautiful people, friendly, they take care of their Island and love to accomodate the tourists , do not have to leave the complex of Atlantis, everything is there, some within walking distance, otherwise,free shuttle service to the different hotels every ten minutes -Food a bit expensive - but worth it - Paradise - and not far away - approx. 3hr plane ride from JFK Airport, New York.

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      By paulaz9 Aug 29, 2008

      I give Harborside and Atlantis 2 thumbs up!!!!!!!!!! This is total Paradise!!!!! I can't imagine that anyone would think otherwise.

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      By dennisa Aug 15, 2008

      In all fairness, we have never stayed at the Harborside; we have, however, visited Paridise Island, and the Atlantis Casino/Hotel. After having been to Las Vegas on several occasions, I fail to see what the fuss is over the Atlantis in the Bahamas (Paradise Island). The casino is just another casino. As for the hotel, everything is way, way, way over priced. Everything has to be flown in from the United States or elsewhere. If you actually planned to eat your meals at the Atlantis Hotel, two people would need to budget approx. $300 per day just for your meals; God only knows what it would cost if you took your whole family. Virtually every restaurant is alacarte, and dinner alone will run you $100 or more (excluding alcohol) ... the sad thing is for the price, the food is a tremendous let down. For $100 a couple in most restuarants in Las Vegas, you get a specatular meal. At Atlantis, you will be lucky to get satisfactory service. We have traveled all over the world; but have no desire to ever return to Paradise Island ... the place is way overpriced.

      Cable Beach, however, is another story. We enjoyed our stay on the other end of the island. My advise would be to stay on Cable Beach, then take the $1.00 bus ride to Paradise Island and get a day pass to Atlantis.

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      By paulal56 May 10, 2008

      I just got back from a week at the harborside...what can i say except...a great vacation! The staff is friendly and fun. The pool is a great place to relax outside of the hustle and bustle of the atlantis all 11 pools!

      Food etc on Paradise Island can be pricey, so we choose to eat with the locals across the bridge. You have to try the Fish Fry and definately take the local $1 bus ride...BUS STOP (go and ride you'll know what Im saying)

      All in all a great location with fanstastic views. ENJOY!

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      By larryd45 Apr 6, 2008

      We are veteran timeshare junkies and wanted to thank many of the earlier reviews for some good tips. We wanted to add a few more to consider. Be real careful with calling home to the U.S. with a calling card. We usually use a (800) type of calling card and they told us to dial (880) then use it. But they didn't tell us it costs $2 per minute to do so (yikes!). The best thing is probably to buy an international calling card (in the casino area of Atlantis) and use that. It is considered a local call from Harborside, so it shouldn't cost anything. We didn't do this, but will next time. The best thing is to try it and the next day check at the front desk to see how much you got billed for. You don't want to wait until the final bill to get shocked.

      During early April, the Atlantis water park and pools closed at 6 pm. We like a late night swim once in a while, but it's not possible at Atlantis or Harborside. We liked that the towels were available whenever you wanted, instead of the old $25 lost towel threats at other timeshares. There is a shuttle that runs from Harborside to the grocery store ($7 per person). It might be a good idea to bring an empty wheeled suitcase or two if you need a lot of stuff. If not, you have to depend on the local baggers to pack your stuff in a box for the bus ride back to Harborside. It's okay to tip the bagger, but don't go crazy because they also want the coupons/stamps that print out at the register that you'll never use. So work that into a "bonus tip". Watch out, the grocery store closes at noon on Sunday.

      Entry into Atlantis is using a colored wristband system. They are pretty strict and only distribute the number of wristbands to your unit up to the max sleeping occupancy. Could be tricky if multi-families and cousins are all getting wristbands with each other's room keys. They log into the computer how many wristbands each unit gets every day. We can understand this diligence because the attractions are phenomenal, and they always have people trying to "beat the system".

      When winding down, be sure to check out the "Making of Atlantis" show running continuously on Channel 05. It is great to see how much work went into this masterpiece. Can't wait to get back......

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      By anthonym41 Updated Feb 10, 2008

      We have now been owners for about 7 years, and never get tired of what Harborside has to offer. There is something for everyone there. Beaches, pools, waterslides, Live entertainment, tropical fish, great food, gambling etc etc. It truly is paradise!!! One of the great things about this place, is that you can take your family (small children too), or go with a friend, or by yourself and still have a great time. The rooms are spacious and modern. The staff is friendly. and the island picture perfect!!!

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      By gregs126 Updated Nov 28, 2007

      My wife and I stayed for 7days in early September. It was AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! It was very clean. Any small problems were corrected immediately with a smile. Very friendly staff. At night the pool side cafe was very good, during the day it was ok. You have full free access to all of Atlantis's activities which are lendary. I love the Aquariums, Zeus is incredible. Free shuttle to Atlantis every 5 to 10 minutes. Our favorite day was an excursion to the Exumas. This place is a fantasy world that will blow you away. Feed a man eating shark from the dock (lemon shark, don't get in the water with him, I'm deadly serious) and on the otherside of the island you can feed and swim with a local, but not tame, stingray. You'll be brought to a sand bar where I saw a large school of flying fish. Feed Iguana's on a different island. Snorkling, drinking, hiking, eating, it don't get any better. If you are on a budget, save your money for an extra year and then go. You can easily spend $1500.00 per person in a week not including airfare, lodgings, or gifts; that all extra!!!!!!!!!!

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      By joycer38 Updated Nov 2, 2007

      I vacation twice a year at harborside resort, and that is not enough, I LOVE staying here, the staff is impecable, there are so many choices for food, activities and just hanging out, I am never bored, and everytime I leave I still don't get to do everything. I can stay anywhere I want, and I still choose to come back to Harborside Resort, time after time. The water is so beauitful here. The staff at Harborside are the best!!!!!!!! I have been coming here for 5 years. YOU MUST GO!!!!

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      By kimm218 Updated Jun 4, 2007

      This place is unbelievable, our second time there we purchased the timeshare. THere is something for everyone, our sons loved the beautiful water and pools.We can't wait until addition of water park and swim with dolphins is finished in 2008. It just keeps getting better.

      We recommend the Atlantis to anyone looking for the ultimate vacation

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      By edward436 Feb 17, 2007

      unbelievable is all i can say!!! Amazing!!! one of the best vacations I've ever been on with my family!!!

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      By georgee28 Jan 4, 2007

      We are owners at Harborside. We were first exposed to this wonderful resort back in 2001, when we met up with some friends who were staying there. We were staying on Cable beach in a small hotel room. We were so impressed we ended up buying a small one bedroom unit. We have since upgraded to a one bedroom premium unit. We just got back from a 10 day stay at it was just fantastic. Our daughter from San diego met us out there and she just loved it!!! We are from Michigan so the wonderful weather was a real treat. By staying at Harborside, you save so much money on food. We would have breakfast and most dinners in the room and we only spent 150 bucks in groceries!!! We splurged on 2 dinners late in our trip and they were both excellent. One of the best things about this resort are the staff. They are the most friendly people. The front desk people know you by name, as do the shuttle drivers and sales staff. The customer service they provide is exceptional!!!! We had the opportunity to exchange our week for a week at the Westin- Kaanapali and I cancelled and booked back at Harborside after we got back. I highly recommend this resort to anyone.

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      By james3482 Updated Nov 8, 2006

      We stayed in a Premium one bedroom villa (almost twice the size of a Deluxe one bedroom villa) - a huge 947 square feet and included a furnished balcony overlooking the marina! We overlooked the Royal Towers at Atlantis and the marina harbor that separated us. These units have everything and include access to everything at Atlantis (just be sure to notify the resort before arrival with the names of all room guests in order to get access passes to the Atlantis facilities for everyone). Our unit even included our own 2 person jacuzzi tub (and separate shower) in the enormous bathroom, stacked washer/dryer and CD stereo system in the living room (in addition to the VCR and in-room safe). The staff was EXCEPTIONALLY helpful with everything, including restaurant recommendations/reservations (best were two in Nassau: Cafe Matisse and Lucianos of Chicago) and outside excursions. Our best timeshare experience to date!

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      By markl106 Sep 19, 2006

      We have been to Atlantis five years running now and stayed in each tower of the hotel including the Imperial club and Dolphin villa. This year we stayed at Harborside which by far was the best accomodations. Nine of us were comfortable in a two bed-room lockoff which is over 1500 sq. feet. We simply felt at home.

      Atlantis is the best resort in the world and we also can't wait for the expansion to be complete with Dolphin encounter and more water slides and aquariums.

      People who complain about the cost should remember the old saying: "There are two ways to go thru life: First Class and No class Make sure you choose the right one."

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      By patriciagayle Updated Sep 9, 2006

      Harborside is my favorite resort in the world. Everything about it is exceptional; the staff, food, activities and conveniences.

      We purchased seven years ago and have used our timeshare there every year. When you have the best you can forget the rest.

      You can also hire a limo driver to (a) show you the island and tell you about the culture or (b) take you to the local nightspots or (c) historical monuments.

      Expensive yes. Worth it; definitely.

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      By mark800 Updated Aug 1, 2006

      Harborside at Atlantis is the best timeshare I have been to, and I have been to many. We bought three years ago, and we love going back every year. When we want to travel elsewhere, I rent the timeshare for $4000.00 per week.

      If people say that the costs are too high, then they do not understand. Everything is brought into Atlantis except RUM. Gas is higher than in the states, and you are paying for the service, quality, and the entertainment that the Atlantis Resort has to offer.

      My 7 and 3 years old love it, and I am sure they will want to return each year. When they are older and bring friends, they will be able to come and go during the day.

      A SUPERIOR Resort.

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      By shazzzer Updated Jul 28, 2006

      Fantastic resort - plenty of things to do for everyone. Looking forward to the dolphin encounter being built this year.

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      By mayra15 Feb 17, 2006

      Atlantis is the most beautiful resort in the carribean. I am an owner at Harborside. I love staying in our unit which makes us feel like home. The food is expensive in Atlantis but if you stay at Harborside and have breakfast in your unit and a couple of dinners you would see that it is not that expensive. I travel alot and their is no place like Atlantis. When you need to relax the comfort of the units at Harborside makes it all worth while being there.

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      By lynette24 Feb 15, 2006

      My husband and I took four 20 year olds to Atlantis. Next year, we will stay at Harborside. Without a doubt, the greatest resort we have ever been to. The Harborside pool area is the best kept secret of the resort--food, drinks, workout facility...all right there!! Our family and friends cannot wait to go back.

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      By l502 Feb 9, 2006

      We thought the resort food was crummy and way overpriced. Our family of five paid $400 (admittedly including wine) for Italian food that tasted like Chef Boy-Ar-dee. On top of that, instead of clearing plates and taking them directly to the kitchen, the busboys scraped food into a garbage bin next to our table. It was disgusting. When we arrived, we first learned that the resort had jacked up the fee for "tidy service" - $48 per day to have beds made and clean towels. The Harborside accommodations were spacious and new, but totally lacking in charm - all looked alike, and the buildings were identified by numbers. We were in "Building 5" - why not use some imagination, folks? (The kids referred to it as "Gulag 5.") You can have a nice time but try not to eat at the resort, make your own bed and pick up clean towels at the pool.

    • Avatar for mymach
      By mymach Updated Feb 6, 2006

      I too bought here after spending a long weekend getaway. Units are all new and are top quality with all ammenities included. Went there last March and never even went to the ocean. Spent 6 of 7 days at the private pool for owners that is right next to bar/resteraunt again just for the owners. One end of pool very quiet for the older folks and the other end for the kiddies. Full use of Atlantis facilities included. You will not be disappointed!!!

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      By kevina20 Updated Jan 15, 2006

      Harborside/Atlantis is a truely spectacular resort. I have children ages 10 and 13 which just absolutly love the slides, pools and Club Rush. The new Marina Village is wonderful. Why stay in an Atlantis bedroom when you can rent a studio apartment for the same money. Happy New Year, Kevin

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      By stephaniek15 Jan 9, 2006

      These are hands down the nicest timeshare units I have ever seen. The Atlantis has many excellent restaurants, a drop dead casino, Discovery Channel Camp and a mindblowing Aquarium/Underwater habitat, as well as an enclosed stocked lagoon and waterslides for all age groups.

    • Avatar for jennya8
      By jennya8 Oct 18, 2005

      Awesome! Fun for all in one place. Great for family vacation or just you and your better half. Great value to trade for other locations.

    • Avatar for eterna
      By eterna Updated Jul 17, 2005

      Nice, but tightly built on a small piece of land near bridge. Your unit could be near a lot of road noise. Most meal prices are just way too high. Atlantis and it's marine sanctuary are worth the trip! Smoking in the casino is bad enough, but when they light up the cigars it just recks. Not for those on a budget.

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      By joe1805 Jun 11, 2005

      Quite honestly, I don't understand how people with a family can afford to stay at Atlantis with their tiny rooms and not-so-tiny prices when Harborside is next door with family sized rooms, fully stocked kitchens, a private pool to escape from the crowd, and even full use of all Atlantis amenities. They even have a shuttle to take you to and from the market! My kids can freely run about Atlantis while Mom & I stay at the pool. The snorkelling and scuba (Stuart Cove's) is excellent and they even provide transportation to the boats. Capt. Mike of Chubasco Charters knows how to find fish even when nobody else is catching anything. And the dining? You can find anything from a top-end 5-star restaurant to an outdoor fishfry.

      As a parent, I can tell you that my kids can't wait to return every year. I live less than 2 hours from Disney and they'd rather go to Atlantis any day!

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      By triciad2 Updated May 8, 2005

      My husband and I have been visiting the Atlantis Resort and Casino on Paradise Island for the past 6 years and love it every time we go. The Harborside is so nice because you have exclusive access to the pools and workout room at the Harborside facility, as well as access to all that Atlantis has to offer. This is a nice place to bring the whole family for a vacation in Paradise with all the luxuries of home.

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      By brett124 Mar 13, 2005

      This resort has something for everyone. It is right next to Atlantis, but you can still stay here where it is peaceful and quiet and enjoy your day. The rooms are beautiful and the service is very good.

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      By debbie1707 Mar 12, 2005

      Very clean and new resort. Guests get to use all the facilities of Atlantis. Lots to do and see at Atlantis or just hang at Harborside.

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      By tom1869 Mar 9, 2005

      Outstanding ! Excellent for families of all ages.

    • Avatar for john1819
      By john1819 Updated Jan 21, 2005

      Not cheap but there are ways to economize. Staying at Harborside - especially for families - is the best way to save money.

      Food is ridiculously expensive anywhere in the Caribbean so the full kitchen facilities allowed us to at least avoid the the expense of breakfast - not to metion trying to mobilize the family every morning.

      Laundry in the unit means we can pack light - and carry snacks, cereals etc.

      Also nice to be able to chill out in the apartment without being on top of each other when you do get some rain.

      Atlantis is a theme park, beach resort and world class aquarium rolled into one. Just got back from SeaWorld and their aquarium was second rate compared to Atlantis'.

      If the whole family eats and drinks around the clock and uses all the water sports available at all-inclusives like Beachs then that might be a better value.

      Otherwise, Atlantis is the place to be if you are loking for a special vacation.

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      By jennifer302 Aug 22, 2004

      Atlantis is a wonderful resort! We have traveled throughout the Caribbean and this is, by far, the best. The sea life is spectacular to view, the hotel is an architectural wonder, not to mention the backdrop of crystal clear seas and white sandy beaches. We came here with our family that ranged in age from 3-76 and everyone had a great time. The 4th of July week had a spectacular celebration on the beach with top notch entertainers, games, amusements for the kids, and a fireworks display that was awesome. We enjoy staying at the Atlantis Harborside Resort where we have all the comforts of home.

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      By cathicool Jul 28, 2004

      best overall timeshare we have experienced. great meal plan, room. resort facilities are spectacular at the Atlantis. Pools could be heated in the winter is the only minor issue. expensive, but definately worth every penny!!!

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      By 1610lk Jan 9, 2004

      JAN 2004, just got home from a week in paradise but after paying high prices for a regular, nothing special hotel room in the beach tower, we bought a week at harborside. The hotel lobby, casino and restaurants are all beautiful, the pools are absolutely amazing, the slides heart pounding, the discovery kids club great (although very expensive). Next time we will stay in our timeshare villa, have our own kitchen which will keep eating expenses down but still have access to all the activities and amenities at atlantis. We never even went to the beach area as the pools, slides, aquariums, etc. kept us and the kids very busy.

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      By kisrael Nov 2, 2003

      I know many people would give this resort five stars, and under different circumstances, I would too. Here is what I found. If you are going to Atlantis during off season, it might be more economical to stay in a hotel room than to stay at Harborside. The reason my family uses timeshares is so that we can have the comforts of home while we are away from home. We cook, do our own laundry, surf the web, and watch TV along with experiencing a new place.

      I found that I was scared to drive on the island because they drive on the opposite side of the road, this made buying groceries hard. There was a little grocer near the resort, but it looked like they had not recieved inventory for months. We did pick up some cereal and milk for $12, and although I found the prices high, it really beat eating out for breakfast every morning at $12 per person.

      Getting off Paradise Island is costly. To get to Feeport by boat is $6. Do that for a family of 4 for 2 days and we're talking about $48, and you haven't even bought anything yet. You can take a bus for a buck that drops you off at the end of the bridge to PI, but I don't recommend doing that with any elder family members. It's a long, hot walk.

      The resort itself was the most beautiful resort I have ever been to. The aquarium at Atlantis us unbelievable and unbeatable. The water slides make the place a combination of a luxury resort and an amusement park. Everyone should go there at least once in their life if they can.

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      By davison4 Updated Oct 25, 2003

      Property well maintained and clean. Staff friendly and helpful. Regular shuttle service to Atlantis. Our kids loved the pool at Harborside. Being able to cook in unit, saved lot of money- although groceries are 3 times US prices -restaurants can add up fast. There is tons to do at Atlantis, but EVERYTHING is for an ADDITIONAL fee. This vacation was a little rich for us, but if you have money to burn this is most definately the place to be! We loved being removed from the actual Atlantis property. Would highly recommend Harborside.

    • Avatar for djjmitt
      By djjmitt Jul 14, 2003

      bought there after staying there on an explorer package. place was well maintained. rooms were nice. sales pitch was not high pressure. the place and pools were quiet probably because most people go to Atlantis.

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    • Bar
    • Business Center
    • Casino
    • Child Care
    • Children's Pool
    • Fishing
    • Fitness Center
    • Golf
    • Grocery Store
    • Internet Access
    • Kid Friendly
    • Ocean
    • Outdoor Pool
    • Restaurant
    • Shared Laundry Facilities
    • Shopping Area
    • Spa Services
    • Whirlpool/Hot Tub
    • Boating
    • Live Entertainment
    • Playground Area
    • Sauna
    • Scuba Diving
    • Tennis
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