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Bahama Paradise

11 Jul 2008  College student who likes comfort, but lacks alot of money.
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How to splurge and be thrifty and still enjoy yourself.

  • Explore locations featured in this Trip List: Paradise Island
  • Category: Recent trip
  • Traveler type: Shopping, Active/Outdoors, Never been before, Beachgoers
  • Appeals to: Families with small children, Families with teenagers, Large groups, Students, Active/adventure, Tourists
  • Seasons: Spring, Summer
  • 1. Aquaventure at Atlantis Paradise Island
    Aquaventure Water Park at Atlantis Paradise Island, Paradise Island, New Providence Island

    Super fun time. Pretty good size lazy river, with rapids of course. Plus the slides are great.

  • 2. Beach Tower at Atlantis
    Atlantis Beach Tower, Autograph Collection, Paradise Island, New Providence Island

    Hotel's not too bad, a bit of a walk from the Casino and main attractions, but the closest to the water. The rooms were average and the service good. I really had no cause for complaint.

  • 3. Anthony's Grill

    If you go past the Marina Village you will find Anthony's Grill. It's kind of like a Diner with yummy frozen drinks, and authentic Bahamian food mixed in with more conventional favorites. The staff is very friendly and the price reasonable.

  • 4. Marina Village

    The Marina is rigt out the main entrance doors, and off the casino. You can find places to eat and shop. I went to the starbucks there every morning. There are stores to shop for gifts and jewelry. For those who want mall food theres a Johnny Rocket. For large groups who like Italian I suggest Carmines, there are two here in New York and I was happy to find one there.

  • 5. Shopping

    If your on Paradise Island and feel the gift shops are too pricey, or you just want to Explore a little take the Ferry over to Nassau. Its $6 roundtrip and about ten minutes from shore to shore, it leaves about every thirty minutes. You can go to the outdoor Bazaar and haggle over the price of things, or buy them outright. On the main street there are plenty of Duty Free stores for alcohol and jewelry. I brought back alot of jewelry as presents. If you get hungry they have plenty of places to stop for food.