The Reef Atlantis

1 Casino Dr, Paradise Island, New Providence Island, Bahamas | 4 star hotel
Prices starting from $392.00

Travel Blogs from Paradise Island


A travel blog entry by herlenegilbert


... years. The lady who was married 50 years was a hoot and stole the show.. They are from The Villages. The game show was hilarious and that was a great ending to our day.

Time for bed, as tomorrow we will be at Coco Cay for a day of sun and fun. When we got back to our cabin we had a "Towel Heart" on our bed. Each day your Stateroom ttendant is supposed to leave a towel animal, however this is our first Our attendant was Anecito sanchez

Till ...

Bahamas Baby!

A travel blog entry by gthznathan


... from $40 and above. This type of behavior that we met with as soon as we left the wharf and at every turn was really quiet disappointing and what made Nassau a place that we are inclined never to visit again.

With only a few hours until we needed to rejoin the ship, we all grabbed our snorkels and hit the water running. This would have been the first time ever that any sea water was warm enough for me to just run into and not have to creep my way to get any ...

Laid Back Island

A travel blog entry by prinret


... my thirteen month old great granddaughter. Gracie likes to put things in containers and take them out, so it was a perfect gift for her.

It was a warm day and we were still tired from our early departure the day before so we took our time and walked back to the ship. We wanted to explore the Equinox and see all the activities she would offer over the ...

Last Day

A travel blog entry by honeybooboo


Tomorrow I will arrive at Panama City and I will be with my family. It was very convenient that it was the same day as my cousins birthday. I am packing right now and I really Enjoyed this trip. I look back at it and I know I will have many memories. Anyways here are some more photos from last night. ...

Cheeseburger in Paradise...almost

A travel blog entry by patandglenn


We are sailing in 8000 feet of water, the sun is shining and we are heading due south. We arrived at Half Moon Cay this morning in gale force winds-45km. The tenders would not have been able to take us to and from the island safely, so the stop was scrapped.Fine by us , as we are coming back here next week. We have had a very relaxing day at sea. Breakfast on our balcony, then back to bed for another snooze. I sleep so well on ships! We roused ourselves ...

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    Historical Traveler Reviews The Reef Atlantis Paradise Island

    The Reef is superb, rooms were over the top.


    I just got back and was in awe of the new Reef.

    It's Not Perfect, But We Can't Wait to Go Back !!!


    Yeah, the food is expensive, and the service isn't always the best, but it's the Bahamas, mon! Take it in stride, sit back and relax, and get ready to have a great time.

    You know that you're in trouble when...


    You know that you're in trouble when Starbucks food is the best deal in town.

    Good place to stay w/ kids


    We chose The Reef because it seemed like the logical choice with 3 kids (ages 5, 8, & 12), a sitter, and 2 other families with children and sitters. The rooms (our family had a one bedroom deluxe and an oceanview studio) were appointed nicely, but not as high scale as the Cove. We have stayed in the Cove, Royal Towers, and Harborside. The Cove is the best, in my opinion, but with the kids, I liked the idea of the refrigerator and the washer/dryer and Harborside is so far away from everything.

    The Reef First Hand


    We stayed for 6 nights at The Reef in a one bedroom deluxe ocean's the catch. Even though we were up on the 11th floor and did have an ocean view, you could never hear the ocean. They have generators on the rooftop of the Cove and their restaurant that continually make noise. We had to close our balconey doors at night to drown out the generator noise. It was such a ridiculous notion that you could spend $1500 a night to stay in such a great looking suite and end up with that. There were some general bugs to iron out but I turned out to be handy in that after 3 attempts to get staff to figure out why the washer/dryer combo unit was not working, I simply moved it away from the wall, plugged the unit in, and turned the water on myself. Also, housekeeping did not show up at all 3 of the days we stayed....I had to call them at 5:00 p.m. and then we had to shower while they were cleaning the room so that we could make our 6:00 dinner reservations. Good times. Also, be sure to carefully check your bill.....they tacked on 6 days of housekeeping fees even though I already paid that in the initial hotel booking price....double-dipping at its worst. This added on an additional $400.00 to our bill that we had management remove. Well, on a positive note, the staff directly at The Reef were very nice and tried to be accommodating. We stayed at The Royal Towers back in 1998 and vowed to never return after that treatment. Sol Kerzner group really trying to improve employees attitudes towards the tourists here. Staff was cheerful and smiling. Oh, one last thing. Dinner each night at the hotel's properties would run anywhere from $300.00 to $350.00. This is for a family of 2 adults/2 children. 1-2 appetizers, 4 entrees, 1-2 desserts and bottled water and maybe 1-2 glasses of wine. Pathetic. They have a trick in the restaurants when you order the bottled water-they don't ask you if you want another bottle. They continually come to your table and pour the bottle and then just open another and keep going. This would tack on another $20.00 to the bill. It became a joke to see how quick the waiter would come over to the table and top off the water glasses just so he could open another bottle. Keep on eye on that one!

    Great holiday


    My extended family stayed at The Reef over the Christmas holiday and had a great time.

    The Reef Atlantis - no regard for customer service!


    We have just arrived from a 6 night, 7 day trip at the Reef Atlantis.

    Absolutely Amazing


    For a family with small children,. this was fabulous. The quality of the rioom was incredible. The kitchenette was really handy for feeding our small children. The location near the beaches and the pools was wonderful. The staff bent over backwards to help. The only downside is the price. If you're not staying too long, just go, because it really is fantastic....

    Absolut fantastisch


    Für eine Familie mit kleinen Kindern war es fantastisch. Die Qualität des Zimmers war unglaublich. Die Küchennische war echt praktisch, um das Essen für unsere kleinen Kinder zuzubereiten. Die Lage in der Nähe der Strände und Pools war wundervoll. Die Angestellten gaben sich allergrößte Mühe, um behilflich zu sein. Der einzige Nachteil ist der Preis. Wenn Sie nicht allzu lange bleiben, dann kommen Sie einfach hierher, da es echt fantastisch ist...

    Atlantis is truley a place to visit.... if you love to have fun!!!


    The initial feel of this hotel was "Did we make a mistake?" There where kids all over the place. I was waiting for Mickey Mouse or Dora the Explorer to come running through the lobby with balloons. Since I have no kids I could only think about the pools and attractions being filled with screaming and whining rich kids wanting their $15.00 ice cream.

    TripAdvisor Reviews The Reef Atlantis Paradise Island

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent