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Harborside concierge contact info? Looking for day suite info

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Does anyone have contact info for concierge at harborside?

Was trying to find out about the use of day suites - cost and how to book. Thanks!
 

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Does Harborside offer day use? If I were you, I would just go to MSC and see if the date you want is available with Staroptions. Renting from the resort will cost you FAR more.
 

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Most people just book a hotel room at the Atlantis when visiting for a day on a cruise ship...you will get up to 4 wristbands if you book a double room or 2 if you book king bed and have free access to the Atlantis ...way far cheaper than the cost of Harborside.

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Another option is the Comfort Suites, which has included day passes to Atlantis. Heard it was a cheap alternative.
 

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Another option is the Comfort Suites, which has included day passes to Atlantis. Heard it was a cheap alternative.

I think Comfort Suites has a 2 or 3 day minimum. I believe that making a Staroption reservation for a small one bedroom is probably the best value.
 

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The website says 2 night minimum for booking with 5 or more rooms. I just checked rate for my cruise in July for standard room and looks around 300 plus tax for 1 night with 2 adults, 1 child. I obviously prefer HRA but just suggesting options.
 

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The website says 2 night minimum for booking with 5 or more rooms. I just checked rate for my cruise in July for standard room and looks around 300 plus tax for 1 night with 2 adults, 1 child. I obviously prefer HRA but just suggesting options.

That's a good deal - they must have changed their rules.
 

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I think so. I heard it's even cheaper with AAA but didn't try it. I would always double check to see what the Atlantis day pass policy is since things are always evolving. We're on a 3 night Disney cruise ($$$) so not sure if we will be getting off in Nassau just because the cruise is so crazy expensive in July and we like to spend full week at Atlantis.
 
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I just looked up a room at the Atlantis ...there is a 2 night minimum... for July 12-July 14 the cheapest room per night is $209 + taxes...for 2 people it's cheaper to by arm bands on the ship....
I've heard the last time we were at Harborside that when (and if) Bar Har opens that NO hotel in Nassau will be able to purchase arm bands to the Atlantis....that is one way they hope people will book at Atlantis instead at Bar Har...

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I used the wrong term - I was looking for the comfort suites information - what the cost and options are. Thanks for all the answers!
 
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