I just got back from a 6 day trip to the Atlantis Resort & Casino in the Bahamas and had an interesting conversation with a casino services host. I booked a casino rate thru the host and their requirement was 4 hours of TOTAL play in the casino for the entire trip. No minimums etc..., just 4 hours of total play. At the end of my trip I was told to talk to a host to see what other comps could be taken off the bill after checkout. When I went there I was told that I didn't qualify for any additional comps. 0. I was a bit surprised and asked what they had me rated for. The had me in for 31 hours at an average bet of $95. They said that I barely covered the cost of the discounted rooms and that they can't do much for someone who wasn't an above average player. I found this somewhat ironic since they only asked for 4 hours of play total. So just a FYI for someone thinking about going there. A $100 a hand player is average and they will do nothing for you. I shouldn't be surprised since there were $160 million yachts scattered all over the marina but I thought it was interesting since they only asked for 4 hours total and there were a lot of $10 table game players there.