Atlantis Bahamas "Michael Jackson Suite"

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Atlantis Bahamas "Michael Jackson Suite"

  • on: March 08, 2011, 05:08:57 PM
I just returned from vacation in the Bahamas where I toured the Atlantis Resort. During our tour they were telling us about the "Michael Jackson Suite". This suite rents for $25,000 per night with a 4 night minimum and they said that it is completely booked solid for the next 5 years with not even one available night.

All in all this is no big deal but when I returned home and started doing some research on this I learned that this particular suite is actually called the "Bridge Suite" and has accommodated such guests as MJ, Oprah, Bill Gates, Celine Dion, etc.

So, what I am wondering is why were the Atlantis staff themselves referring to this suite as the "Michael Jackson Suite" and if it is booked solid for the next 5 years is there a remote possibility that he could be there?

Speculation I know but it was one those things that made me go...hmmmmmm????

http://www.luxist.com/2006/04/02/the-br ... -atlantis/
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Re: Atlantis Bahamas "Michael Jackson Suite"

  • on: March 08, 2011, 05:11:02 PM
It sure makes you think doesn't it? ;)
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Re: Atlantis Bahamas "Michael Jackson Suite"

  • on: March 08, 2011, 07:44:16 PM
Interesting that on the website for "Atlantis" it is called the Bridge Suite-

http://www.atlantis.com/accommodations/royaltowers.aspx

http://www.atlantis.com/accommodations/ ... suite.aspx


But, if you click on this link you will see a photo taken in April , 2010

http://www.flickr.com/photos/garypsmith/4528388054/

The comments under the photo read "Atlantis Resort, Michael Jackson Suite
The connecting link between the two towers was renamed the Michael Jackson Suite. The rate is $25,000 per night."

This sounds like the same information you got from the staff, kdkennedy74.  ;)

 Hmmmmm.....


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This is interesting - just found a link from November 19, 2005 on a photography site - where the poster says "This is the Atlantis hotel, Paradise Island, Nassau, Bahamas - the bridge suite, which is a cool $25,000 a night, was first occupied by Michael Jackson, and so has been dubbed as "the Michael Jackson suite."
http://photography-on-the.net/forum/arc ... 14300.html
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This link says the resort opened in 1998:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atlantis_Paradise_Island
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Re: Atlantis Bahamas "Michael Jackson Suite"

  • on: March 08, 2011, 08:05:22 PM
Wow - very interesting. Thank you for sharing this with us.

I have no idea if Michael is there - seems a little out of the way, but he could be. $25,000 per night is a huge deal as that is a lot of money. If Michael is staying there it's costing around 750,000 dollars per month. Even the mansion in Hollywood was only 100,000 per month. Personally, I don't feel he's there. JMO.

Quite interesting that they have dubbed this the Michael Jackson suite because he was the first guest in that suite. I wonder if the resort asked him to stay there for publicity reasons or maybe he knows the owner? It brings a smile to my face, all the same, to once again see his name being associated with places he visited or was a part of.

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Re: Atlantis Bahamas "Michael Jackson Suite"

  • on: March 08, 2011, 08:11:54 PM
Thank you for sharing this with us. WOw, maybe Michael will be there in peace. If he is there, they will see him unless he will disguise himself everytime he goes out. Just an idea.
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Re: Atlantis Bahamas "Michael Jackson Suite"

  • on: March 08, 2011, 08:42:45 PM
Quote from: "pepper"
Interesting that on the website for "Atlantis" it is called the Bridge Suite-

http://www.atlantis.com/accommodations/royaltowers.aspx

http://www.atlantis.com/accommodations/ ... suite.aspx


But, if you click on this link you will see a photo taken in April , 2010

http://www.flickr.com/photos/garypsmith/4528388054/

The comments under the photo read "Atlantis Resort, Michael Jackson Suite
The connecting link between the two towers was renamed the Michael Jackson Suite. The rate is $25,000 per night."

This sounds like the same information you got from the staff, kdkennedy74.  ;)

 Hmmmmm.....


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This is interesting - just found a link from November 19, 2005 on a photography site - where the poster says "This is the Atlantis hotel, Paradise Island, Nassau, Bahamas - the bridge suite, which is a cool $25,000 a night, was first occupied by Michael Jackson, and so has been dubbed as "the Michael Jackson suite."
http://photography-on-the.net/forum/arc ... 14300.html
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This link says the resort opened in 1998:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atlantis_Paradise_Island

I agree with what you are saying but wouldn't it make sense that a resort of that scale would update the name of the suite on their website since that is the way they are advertising it?  I also agree that $750,000 a month is a HUGE amount of money but when you consider the amount of money that has been made since the "death" it is just a drop in the bucket for MJ! Again, let me reiterate that I am not saying that I believe he is there now but I just found it odd that they referred to the suite as the MJ suite, and you have found information saying that they formally renamed it in April 2010, but yet it does not read that way on their website.
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Re: Atlantis Bahamas "Michael Jackson Suite"

  • on: March 08, 2011, 08:48:13 PM
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Thank you for sharing this with us. WOw, maybe Michael will be there in peace. If he is there, they will see him unless he will disguise himself everytime he goes out. Just an idea.[/quot
Several people that we were there with said that they seen Tom Cruise just walking the streets and noone paid any attention to him. I personally did not see him but it was known that he was there. It just seemed like that is a place that noone cares about status and celebrities can just be normal people. It was amazing how laid back it was. I have never been anywhere like that before.
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Re: Atlantis Bahamas "Michael Jackson Suite"

  • on: March 08, 2011, 09:01:55 PM
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Thank you for sharing this with us. WOw, maybe Michael will be there in peace. If he is there, they will see him unless he will disguise himself everytime he goes out. Just an idea.[/quot
Several people that we were there with said that they seen Tom Cruise just walking the streets and noone paid any attention to him. I personally did not see him but it was known that he was there. It just seemed like that is a place that noone cares about status and celebrities can just be normal people. It was amazing how laid back it was. I have never been anywhere like that before.


Maybe that will be my next trip this summer. Who knows he may say he is an impersonator, but if someone is very smart they will check the hands and fingernails, he has discoloring on his fingernails.
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Re: Atlantis Bahamas "Michael Jackson Suite"

  • on: March 08, 2011, 09:27:20 PM
Hm...Interesting- thank you so much for sharing.  I think I need to change this year's travel plans!
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Re: Atlantis Bahamas "Michael Jackson Suite"

  • on: March 08, 2011, 10:51:43 PM
I drive past the Royal Plaza evryday to work (in Disney FL) and have been in there, Michael had a Suite that was his, and the second the "death" happend they put out a pic of him in his suite in the lobby to pay their respect for him, but management took it down in fears of being sued by the estate.......so this is a bit odd they are using his name and having no problems? :?
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Re: Atlantis Bahamas "Michael Jackson Suite"

  • on: March 08, 2011, 10:54:57 PM
I have a friend going to this resort over spring break. I'll ask her to check it out. 8-)
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Re: Atlantis Bahamas "Michael Jackson Suite"

  • on: March 08, 2011, 11:05:53 PM
Hi guys I am a native of the Bahamas and also an Immigration officer.  The Atlantis is owned by Sol Kerzner the south african mogul.  The Atlantis was officially opened in 1998 and had a star studded opening with every celebrity under the sun.  Michael came down for the opening and also performed.  As you may or may not know Michael and Sol are very good friends and also I think had business dealings with each other.  Michael stayed in the Bridge Suite when the resort was officially opened along with Michael Jordan.  It is the most expensive suite and it is true it was officially called the Bridge Suite but has been renamed (not sure if officially or unofficially) Michael Jackson Suite because of the fact that he was the first to stay in it and whenever he comes to the bahamas that is where he stays.  I understand that Michael was thinking about buying property or a cay in the bahamas like oprah, tiger, Michael Jordan, nicolas cage, and many other celebrity who purchased homes, property in the bahamas but not sure if he did.  But trust me when I say Michael and Sol Kerzner are very close and that is where he stays whenever he comes to the Bahamas.  My son works over at the Atlantis and my brother is a croupier at the casino he knows Michael Jordan very well.  Michael may well be there or have been there at some point in time during his hiatus.
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Re: Atlantis Bahamas "Michael Jackson Suite"

  • on: March 08, 2011, 11:17:27 PM
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Hi guys I am a native of the Bahamas and also an Immigration officer.  The Atlantis is owned by Sol Kerzner the south african mogul.  The Atlantis was officially opened in 1998 and had a star studded opening with every celebrity under the sun.  Michael came down for the opening and also performed.  As you may or may not know Michael and Sol are very good friends and also I think had business dealings with each other.  Michael stayed in the Bridge Suite when the resort was officially opened along with Michael Jordan.  It is the most expensive suite and it is true it was officially called the Bridge Suite but has been renamed (not sure if officially or unofficially) Michael Jackson Suite because of the fact that he was the first to stay in it and whenever he comes to the bahamas that is where he stays.  I understand that Michael was thinking about buying property or a cay in the bahamas like oprah, tiger, Michael Jordan, nicolas cage, and many other celebrity who purchased homes, property in the bahamas but not sure if he did.  But trust me when I say Michael and Sol Kerzner are very close and that is where he stays whenever he comes to the Bahamas.  My son works over at the Atlantis and my brother is a croupier at the casino he knows Michael Jordan very well.  Michael may well be there or have been there at some point in time during his hiatus.
Thank you for your response mopey3655 and I have to say that I am missing the Bahamas more than I have ever missed any place I have vacationed. All of the natives were so friendly and I can not wait until next year when I get the chance to return although I am hoping that instead of doing a cruise and only spending a day that I will be able to afford to spend my entire vacation there and really enjoy all that the islands have to offer. The hospitality of the people there is truly something that I have not witnessed in many places and the beauty of the island is absolutely breathtaking!!!
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Re: Atlantis Bahamas "Michael Jackson Suite"

  • on: March 08, 2011, 11:58:24 PM
I have lived in the Bahamas all of my life and I would not trade my home for anything in the world.  It is a paradise and every island I visit is more breathtaking than the next.  Many tourist who come to the Bahamas when asked why they come they respond by saying that we think that they come for the sun, sand and sea but they can go to almost any caribbean island and get that what they come to the bahamas for is the hospitality of the people the friendliness and warmth of the people.  I feel so proud and happy when I hear that.  My niece was telling me a story about Michael when he came down to visit.  She said that he went to one of the bookstores in Nassau to purchase some books and he walked into the store and looked around and no one bothered him he wasnt bombarded with fans or being surrounded by a mob.  He said the only thing he heard some say was "Isn't that Michael Jackson and then they went on their way.  He said the Bahamas is the first place he has ever been and people just left him alone and he said he loved it he couldnt believe it.  They allowed him to be himself and free.  I felt so good when I heard that.  Just want to let you know that you have a friend here kdkennedy74 whenever you visit again please look me up.  I just relocated from Nassau to Freeport but most of my family is still in Nassau so please let me know when you plan to visit again and hopefully it will be for more than a day but for a few days at least. When you come to Bahamas Immigration ask for me and the officer will let you know where I am. Blessings
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Re: Atlantis Bahamas "Michael Jackson Suite"

  • on: March 09, 2011, 02:10:38 PM
Interesting...
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Re: Atlantis Bahamas "Michael Jackson Suite"

  • on: March 09, 2011, 04:31:08 PM
My aunt went there for vacation. They did the overall tour and told her about the Michael Jackson Suite, but wouldn't let anyone really go past there.

Talk about expensive.
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Re: Atlantis Bahamas "Michael Jackson Suite"

  • on: March 09, 2011, 06:07:00 PM
Can anyone stay in that room? Or they will not rent it out? If I go this summer I would like to stay there, maybe for a couple of days.
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Re: Atlantis Bahamas "Michael Jackson Suite"

  • on: March 09, 2011, 06:16:56 PM
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Can anyone stay in that room? Or they will not rent it out? If I go this summer I would like to stay there, maybe for a couple of days.

Anyone can stay there but they have to stay for a minimum of 4 nights at $25,000 per night and according to the staff it is booked up solid for the next 5 years.
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Re: Atlantis Bahamas "Michael Jackson Suite"

  • on: March 09, 2011, 07:17:59 PM
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Can anyone stay in that room? Or they will not rent it out? If I go this summer I would like to stay there, maybe for a couple of days.

Anyone can stay there but they have to stay for a minimum of 4 nights at $25,000 per night and according to the staff it is booked up solid for the next 5 years.


Oh well! too bad I would have oved to  stay there with some friends. I will try to see if it will be available who knows cancellations..
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Re: Atlantis Bahamas "Michael Jackson Suite"

  • on: March 09, 2011, 07:38:54 PM
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I have lived in the Bahamas all of my life and I would not trade my home for anything in the world.  It is a paradise and every island I visit is more breathtaking than the next.  Many tourist who come to the Bahamas when asked why they come they respond by saying that we think that they come for the sun, sand and sea but they can go to almost any caribbean island and get that what they come to the bahamas for is the hospitality of the people the friendliness and warmth of the people.  I feel so proud and happy when I hear that.  My niece was telling me a story about Michael when he came down to visit.  She said that he went to one of the bookstores in Nassau to purchase some books and he walked into the store and looked around and no one bothered him he wasnt bombarded with fans or being surrounded by a mob.  He said the only thing he heard some say was "Isn't that Michael Jackson and then they went on their way.  He said the Bahamas is the first place he has ever been and people just left him alone and he said he loved it he couldnt believe it.  They allowed him to be himself and free.  I felt so good when I heard that.  Just want to let you know that you have a friend here kdkennedy74 whenever you visit again please look me up.  I just relocated from Nassau to Freeport but most of my family is still in Nassau so please let me know when you plan to visit again and hopefully it will be for more than a day but for a few days at least. When you come to Bahamas Immigration ask for me and the officer will let you know where I am. Blessings

Thank you for sharing your story with us, Mopey. I loved reading about Michael's freedom there and it warms my heart to know that he did have that experience, at least once.

So, do you know if the room is booked because of Michael's connection to it or just because it's always booked by celebrities, etc?

Blessings.
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Re: Atlantis Bahamas "Michael Jackson Suite"

  • on: March 09, 2011, 09:48:48 PM
Thank you voiceforthesilent I am not sure what connection the suite being booked up has to Michael but I will find out whatever information that I can for you.  My brother is a croupier at the Atlantis and my father was Director of Surveillance at the Casino before Sol bought it so I still have alot of connections there at the resort.  I will find out what I can for you guys.  I would love for all of my hoax family to visit my beautiful country and I know that you will love it.  I will contact my brother tomorrow and find out what I can on what exactly is going on with that Suite and will let you know.
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Re: Atlantis Bahamas "Michael Jackson Suite"

  • on: March 09, 2011, 10:11:39 PM
There are so many celebrities that visit the Bahamas and like I said have purchased homes here and many of them say that they love it here and chose to come here because of the fact that they can be themselves many of them have walked all over in public and no one really bothers they are just like anyone else any other tourist that comes to the Bahamas.  Alot of celebrities have come through me when they first enter the Bahamas by private jets, their yachts and through commercially and I welcome them just like any other tourist that visit.  I think thats what they love so much about coming to the Bahamas.  No matter what walk of life you come from we try to make you feel at home no matter what rich or not so rich all are treated the same way.
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Re: Atlantis Bahamas "Michael Jackson Suite"

  • on: March 10, 2011, 08:51:37 AM
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There are so many celebrities that visit the Bahamas and like I said have purchased homes here and many of them say that they love it here and chose to come here because of the fact that they can be themselves many of them have walked all over in public and no one really bothers they are just like anyone else any other tourist that comes to the Bahamas.  Alot of celebrities have come through me when they first enter the Bahamas by private jets, their yachts and through commercially and I welcome them just like any other tourist that visit.  I think thats what they love so much about coming to the Bahamas.  No matter what walk of life you come from we try to make you feel at home no matter what rich or not so rich all are treated the same way.
It is really a pleasure itself to read about this wonderful place - even though I cannot afford right now to travel there. Maybe sometime, who knows?  :)
I just started to wonder how the tourists behave when they see a celebrity there. They don't bother the stars either? I assume there are many tourists there all the time.
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Re: Atlantis Bahamas "Michael Jackson Suite"

  • on: March 10, 2011, 01:58:37 PM
Thanks for sharing. It is interesting. It's nice to know more about the Bahama's, it must be a beautiful and friendly island.
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Re: Atlantis Bahamas "Michael Jackson Suite"

  • on: March 10, 2011, 10:17:24 PM
Yes it is I am blessed to have been born here honestly.  We have our usual issues here too politics, our share of crime but not much at all on the islands  most of the islands you can go to bed with your windows and doors open and no one will bother you.  Nassau has the most crime because it is overpopulated but Nassau also has the most to offer the tourists as far as attractions and night life.   The smaller islands are what we consider our best kept secret because there is so much beauty and wonder on those islands.  I am always amazed myself when I visit another island and to see the beauty of it I always think that island is more beautiful than the one I visited before.  The sunsets are just unbelievable I have never seen such beautiful sunsets than here.  I wish all of you could experience it.   I truly feel that Michael has been here since his "demise"  to just relax and get away.  Like I said he and Sol Kerzner are very close and I am sure they could have made arrangements with the authorities here to assist him in any way possible even in disguise I am sure they made some arrangements without the officials even knowing who he really was with him gaining entry and Michael knowing that no one here would be the wiser especially knowing the natives here never really bothered him when he came as himself much less if he is in disguise no one would ever know.  He may be walking all over the place out on the beach, eating in a restaurant having dinner, going to the straw markets buying souvenirs, jewelry stores, perfume whatever and no one would know.  Guys think about it and Nassau is always full of tourists especially from the cruise ships that come in on a daily basis. Michael may be here blending right in and no one knows other than maybe Sol.
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