I'm going on a cruise in a couple of weeks, only a three day since it's my first one. When we go the Nassau I'd like to check out the Atlantis Resort. Does anyone know how much it costs to just spend the day there? I tried to go on their website to find out but it doesn't say. It would be really great if anyone knew and could let me know. Thanks!!
If you take a cab there on your own ($4 - $6 per person each way) you can wander through the casino, shops, restaurants and part of the acquarium for no charge. For $25 per person you can gain admission to the dig, a simulated lost city of atlantis in a walk through aquarium setting. Here is some recent info I found:
The glitzy Atlantis Resort on Paradise Island (a hop-skip-and-a-jump from Nassau) has expanded options for cruise passengers who may want to spend the day there. Previously, Atlantis charged $25 per person for day visitors for an hour-long tour of its archeological sites, lagoon and aquarium.
But now the resort is loosening up a bit and while it's still charging $25 per person ($19 for kids) the pass allows passenger access to most of the hotspots --including the Dig, the beach and the world's largest marine habitat without any kind of self-imposed time limit. The only major area off-limits are the Atlantis' pools and waterslides, where you need a wristband verifying your registration at the resort.
Passes are sold at a kiosk on the cruise ship dock and at the Coral Towers Guest Services Deck at the resort itself. Get there via a watertaxi near the port for $3 per person each way.