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#1 creoletexan

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    Posted 27 December 2009 - 02:29 PM

    My family and my bridal party are spending a week in the Bahamas, and one of those days we wanted to visit Atlantis. From what I googled, there is no "day pass" you have to essentially "rent" a room for a day to get access. Is that right?

    #2 classadiva

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      Posted 28 December 2009 - 02:41 AM

      Quote:
      Originally Posted by creoletexan
      My family and my bridal party are spending a week in the Bahamas, and one of those days we wanted to visit Atlantis. From what I googled, there is no "day pass" you have to essentially "rent" a room for a day to get access. Is that right?
      No...they sell day passes. I was just there this August and they were selling them. The price is dependent upon what it is that you want to do. If you just do the tour called the Discover Atlantis tour, the cost is $35 adults, $25 kids 4-11. Basically it is a guided tour through "the Dig" which is a mini-museum of fakery about the mythical land of the Atlantis. You also get to tour the other marines habitats. You can get an beach day pass which basically entitles you to go to the beach anbd use the lounge chairs and such...the beach is public though...you just can't access it through the Atlantis...go in through the side of the RIU. The beach day pass costs $60 adults, $35 kids and includes lunch. If you want to use the water-park and rides and have full access to beach and pools, then you need to get the Aquaventure day pass $110 adults, $80 kids.

      It's worth noting that it might be cheaper to simply get a room if you have quite a few people that want a day pass. Note that the Comfort Suites has FULL access to the Atlantis and is a few feet from the Beach Towers at the Atlantis. The only thing is..the taxes and surcharges on Paradise Isalnd are ridiculous. You might want to price it out.

      Take a look at these links for more information.
      How to Visit the Atlantis Resort - Day Trips to the Atlantis on Paradise Island Bahamas

      Atlantis, Paradise Island Review | New Providence Island | Fodor's Travel Guides

      #3 creoletexan

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        Posted 28 December 2009 - 05:50 PM

        Thanks!

        I'm working on my pre-departure newsletter and I didn't even think about this until my younger brother asked me!

        #4 classadiva

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          Posted 28 December 2009 - 08:36 PM

          You're working on your pre-departure newsletter? Boy....I feel like such a slug!!! LOL

          #5 creoletexan

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            Posted 28 December 2009 - 09:35 PM

            LOL! I'm just using the Brochure from Nassau, Bahamas & Paradise Island, Bahamas Official Tourism Guide and retyping certain parts and copying over the pictures into my own template so that I can add to it... With school, work, and baby.. I have to work in spurts! lol

            #6 frenchie427

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              Posted 28 December 2009 - 09:47 PM

              The Atlantis is GORGEOUS! I haven't been there for a few years but I still dream about it!




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