Sunshine Paradise Suites
TripAdvisor Reviews Sunshine Paradise Suites Nassau
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... and polished brass everywhere. I was super impressed with the new Retreat Pool area (I'm so upset I didn't take any pictures!). It is adults-only and features beautiful cabanas right by the pool that you can rent and plenty of free loungers in the area. There are also 2 hot tubs.
All in all, a lovely ship and I would not hesitate to sail her again.
Tomorrow is our first "real" port - St. Thomas.
... all traditional Junkanoo costumes are made out of colored crepe paper and cardboard, the festivities were to be postponed until 2pm in the afternoon. It couldn't have been better timing! We grabbed our bags and planned to leave immediately from the airport to the festival. The four us were so ecstatic that we invited the two women to accompany us in the car to the parade.
The seven of us arrived in the crowded streets ...
... each ride. We started at the top one and the lady could see I was terrified. We were in a double tube with me at the front and Will at the back. We did all the tube rides with Double tubes together, except the lazy river the first time. On the tall open double slide the lady heard me speaking to Jesus (dear god, dear god, dear god) she rolled the conveyor belt which ensures only one tube goes down at a time she stopped the conveyor belt just as I was at the top so I was hanging ...
... We started with Fort Fincastle - one of the old British forts on the island and the Queen's Staircase, carved out of the limestone rock. There was a tour guide there to tell us a little bit about the history of the fort. There were rows of little roadside shops outside the fort, but they were all locked up. We were told that since there were no cruise ships coming through that day, the locals took the day off. On ...
... the last Sean Connery film the film could not afford a real plane so it was a Hollywood prop made for the film, there is not much left of the plane it looks more like a jungle gym. This series of dives was great however the fish were nothing spectacular we saw a huge grouper and some crabs and trumpetfish, there were no exotics. The boat in the bond site was off limits except for the photographer as the bottom was all silt and the top of the deck is loaded with Lion ...
Other places to stay in Nassau
West Bay Street, Nassau | 3 star hotelfrom $169
- Stay somewhere else
- Reasonable and acceptable - not the Taj Mahal
- A great place for divers!
West Bay & Nassau st, Nassau | 2 star hotelfrom $104
East Bay Street, Nassau | 1 star hotelfrom $134
West Bay St, Nassau | 2 star hotelfrom $131
- The Perfect Spot For Us
- Perfect hideaway
- Warm and friendly, this is the place
West Bay Street, Nassau | 3 star hotelfrom $206
West Bay St., Nassau | Hotelfrom $49
40 George Street, Nassau | 1 star hotelfrom $77
West Bay St, Cale Beach, Nassau | 2 star hotelfrom $90
West Hill Street, Nassau | 4 star hotelfrom $295
- A touch of class in the wilderness
- Absolute paradise
Coral Harbour Road PO Box N-9750, Nassau | 2 star hotelfrom $127
West Bay Street, Nassau | 4 star hotelfrom $310
- Perfect babymoon
- Loved it! Perfect blend of relaxation, sophistication, and fun
- Great location, good service, funky resort
West Bay St, Nassau | 3 star hotelfrom $121
- El Ghetto, The worst Hotel ever
- Good choice for the money
- A Great Hotel on an Unfortunate Block
East Bay St., Nassau | 3 star hotelfrom $80
Charlotte Street , Nassau | Hotelfrom $79
Village Road, Nassau | 2 star hotelfrom $69
West Bay Street, Nassau | Hotelfrom $112