Atlantis Waterpark Hotel & Suites
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Historical Traveler Reviews Atlantis Waterpark Hotel & Suites Wisconsin Dells
Looks can be decieving
The atlantis looks very nice and decent from the outside-until you see the rooms. They were awful. The sofa bed sleeper had stains all over it and the carpet in the rooms and hall ways were filthy. It was kind of run down. the balcony view of the strip was probably the best thing about our stay. The balcony door didn't lock and we had to call maintenance to fix it. They couldn't fix it so we moved next door. Also the toliet clogged so easily! If we could of seen the rooms and hotel before hand we would of never in a million years stayed there. Our stay there added to our awful stay in the dells. The food was way overpriced also. $5.25 for a cheeseburger is too much.We paid $160 for 1 night and it was not worth it at all unless you like staying at dingy hotels. Im telling you people don't waste a dime on this place.
Don't waste your money or your time here!
What a waste of money! We expected a waterpark and got a couple of slides. Our kids (10, 7 & 1) were so bored! Even my 7 year old said, "This place stinks!" The hotel boasted 9 pools but we only saw 2 and one was closed. Their lap pool runs right under the basketball hoop, and their water activities consisted of a few spouts that you put your finger under to make it squirt, like the end of a hose. They have a game room that gives out tickets to be redeemed but the counter was closed when we wanted to use them. There is a "Bar & Grill" with not much to choose from so be prepared to go out to find food. If they think that this hotel is geared for 11 year olds, they are way out of touch with today's youth! We feel we wasted our money and our vacation time here. We will never go back!
Should be sunk to the bottom of the sea
i took the grandkids for an overnite, kind of february break, they were bored in fourteen minutes. room was average. way overpriced.better off to stay at one with a decent waterpark in winter and by a lake in summer. most of these dells motels are closed in winter and this one should be too.
It Was fun!
My Fiance' and I stayed at the Atlantis for 2 nights and we thought it was fun. The motel is a little rundown but not too bad. We stayed in a King Jacuzzi suite, our first suite our Jucuzzi wouldn't hold water so we had to switch rooms after everything was unpacked. But over all the price was reasonable and hardly anyone was there so we had the pool all to ourselves!
Didn't Love it, Didn't Hate it...
We stayed 2 nights at the Atlantis Hotel. The outdoor waterpark was not very enjoyable. There were really only two slides for the kids. The indoor one was fine for the ages of our kids (3, 5, & 9). Anything bigger would have been too overwhelming. However, if our kids were any older, they would have been bored. Our room cost $ 142 per night...the taxes alone were $ 14.00 per night. What is disappointing was that their sister hotel, the Econoking, allows its occupants to use the same hotel waterparks as us, yet they paid a lot less for their rooms. Granted, we could have stayed there, but we thought that by paying a little more, we'd get a "classier" hotel room...not true. The balcony housed faded furniture and worn out flooring. Our shower area didn't see any type of cleaning the few days we were there. The staff wasn't very cordial if they passed us in the hall...most just looked down or away from us rather than greeting us. Regardless of how we adults felt, the bottom line was that our kids loved it, and that is the response we really wanted!
It was ok
I stayed at the Atlantis last year my kids loved it . I will be going back this year. Bring your own food it's possible I did and saved a lot more money
Not worth the money
We chose the Atlantis Hotel because our children ranged in ages from 2-6 years so we thought this hotel would be more oriented for this age. Our kids were bored with the "kiddie" water slides after one evening of play and we ended up paying the money to go to a bigger water park the next day - exactly what we didn't want to do. If you are looking for water-park activities for young kids, this is not the place. We paid to go to Family Land Waterpark and had a great time even with the young children. We all loved it! We met a gentleman who came up on a Sunday night without a reservation and got a room at Treasure Island (free admittance to Family Land) for $90night. We paid $125/night at the Atlantis and still paid nearly $90 to go to Family Land. You do the math!
It was ok...
We expected it to be a lot better. The place looks pretty rough and not kept up at all. We stayed 2 nights in one of the suites and it was not very clean. Housekeeping came in and only made the beds and gave us fresh towels nothing else was done. We did mention some of the problems to the front desk person and she just said oh ok. The price was very high for what we got. The pool area was nice and very clean.
A Big Disappointment
My husband and I figured the Atlantis Hotel would be a great weekend "geat-away" just for the two of us. We were very dissapointed in the overall experience for the money we paid. The food was too expensive, the pool area was a lot smaller than it had appeared on the internet. The room we were given was on the bottom floor. All of the family suites were above us and the noise factor was unbearable. When we complained about the running and noise above our heads (to the point of having a sleepless night), the staff seemed disinterested.
Price is right
This hotel is great for the price and little kids since the waterslides are small. We go back every year, our kids love it, ages 5, 3, 1. Bring your own food so you don't have to pay for expensive concessions, or go out to eat somewhere cheap, although good luck with that in the dells!!
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