Sunset view (close up view)
the coral towers
I will be the first to admit that I’m one of the few people I know who doesn’t care for the Bahamas. More over, I’m not a big fan of places that remind me of Disneyland. For my vacations, I need a heck of a lot more charm involved. Luckily, this was a work trip so it wasn’t an issue.
Family: Great place for kids to hang out and play. There were a ton of slides, activities, buffets, and exhibits all geared for the kids! I’m glad we opted at least once in our rotation a kid friendly resort. They all had a blast and dared me to ride on the slides. I could not disappoint so I gamed through a couple of the slides, although I didn’t have quite enough time [or nerve] to do the leap of faith. Not so shockingly, I got mocked by kids of the 12 and under sect.
Adults: Casinos and nightclub galore. I caught some people checking out the young single gals at the bars. I didn’t judge but had a huge grin on my face so they [very intelligently] put all my drinks on their tabs. AWESOME. Nothing I like more than free drinks and no strings attached. We almost lost of our colleagues as we left him behind – all was well when we found him in the exact spot we left him – gawking at the dancers on the catwalk.
Things to do: There are a lot of things to do on the resort but it’s like i said before. disneyland. there’s a lot of charm lost when you’re dealing with a mega-resort like the Atlantis but at least you’ve got everything contained to one location.