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The Atrium

At a Glance

    Pros

  • amazing luxury for the money
  • beachfront set-up is isolated with no crowds
  • quiet neighborhood

    Cons

  • rental car required for almost everything
  • only queen-size beds
  • studios have only kitchenettes

The Atrium Review

A short, 10-minute walk to Grace Bay, this resort offers luxury, upscale furnishings, and beach chairs and umbrellas set up on an isolated beachfront, all for a fraction of the price as staying at the hub. Fun for families, it offers one of the biggest pools on the island with shallow wading areas, bridges, and kids toys. Fresh Bakery is here, so breakfast, snacks, and lunches are close by; at this writing an Italian restaurant was under construction. There's a game room with pool and ping-pong tables and rafts you can borrow to take to the beach. The rooms feel brand new, with travertine tiles, granite counters, flat-screen TVs, and pull-out couches. Save even more by cooking en suite with the well-appointed kitchens. (Studio has bar fridge.) In an upscale residential neighborhood, it's a quieter end of Grace Bay Beach.

    Hotel Details

  • 38 suites
  • Rate includes no meals.
Updated: 07-15-2013

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