Editor’s Review of Harborside Resort at Atlantis
A nice change of pace from the towering hotels that make up the bulk of Atlantis Resort, Haborside Resort is a collection of four-story villas made to look like a faux Bahamanian village. The outside of the villas are attractively painted in pastel colors -- pink, blue, yellow, and cream -- while the insides are simple and cozy without many frills. The units, which range from one to three bedrooms, are also available for purchase as timeshares for those looking to make Atlantis a regular part of their lives.
A short walk down the harbor from the villas, Marina Village continues the intimate village-feel with an assortment of shops and restaurants that are perfect for spending an afternoon or evening of strolling after you've had your fill of the waterslides.
Finally, just a short walk from the Marina, Comfort Suites Atlantis offers an opportunity to take advantage of all of the attractions and activities of Atlantis while staying at a budget-priced motel. The arrangement dates back to when the Atlantis property was owned by Merv Griffin, and the hotel worked out a deal to allow guests to use the casino there. The arrangement has stood in place over time, and though Atlantis doesn't exactly advertise the fact, it's worth considering for families who are really on a budget.
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- Villas with all the comforts of home
- Charming Marina Village
- Close proximity to Atlantis
- Theme Parks
- Water Sports
- Water Parks
- Children's Program
- DVD Player
- Family Room 5+
- Kids' Pool
- Kids'/Theme Meals
- Laundry Service
- Meal Plan
- Onsite Dining
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Harborside guestrooms and suites are very comfortable with accommodations that are clean and well kept. Rooms here are renovated frequently to keep them up-to-date, and have a bright and airy feel to them, with IKEA-type furniture and ceiling fans. One nice touch is a jetted whirlpool tub in the master bathroom.
One-bedroom villas consist of a king bed in a master bedroom; a living area with sleeper sofa; a kitchenette with microwave, refrigerator, dishwasher, and a separate area for eating; a washer and dryer; and private patio for lounging. That arrangement comes in several different sizes, from 500 to 800 square feet. For even more space, the resort offers two- and three-bedroom villas, which add additional bedrooms with queen or two twin beds. Three-bedroom villas can sleep up to 10 guests.
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