Atlantis Paradise Island
Rising from the blue Caribbean Sea, Atlantis seems cut from the fabric of a dream—and now it’s bigger and better than ever. In addition to new and renovated accommodations, the resort’s immersive programming focuses on forging connections between vacationers and the people, history, art, food and festivities of the Bahamas.
If you’re looking for ultra-luxury, look no further than The Cove or The Reef. Bringing the whole family along? The newly renovated Coral Towers will have everyone in tune with the island’s vibe. Enjoy the heartbeat of the resort and stay at the Royal Towers, or make the most of the laidback Caribbean atmosphere at the Beach Tower.
Let’s talk about Aquaventure. This almost-too-good-to-be-true waterscape is packed with thrilling slides, river rides, pools and white sand beaches. Yes. All of it. Want to perfect your aquatic form before taking on the Leap of Faith that rushes you down the slope of a Mayan Temple? Take notes from the fish and dolphins that call the marine habitat and Dolphin Cay home. We’re pretty sure the dolphins have the whole graceful-in-the-water thing down pat. When you visit Dolphin Cay, on top of making new flippered friends, you’ll be contributing to environmental conservation with the Atlantis Blue Project Foundation.
When you’re ready to let the waterslides catch their breath, there’s no reason to let the fun ebb. The little ones can enjoy Atlantis Kids Adventures, and even the most stubborn teens will have a blast at CRUSH—the resort’s exclusive teen club. And don’t forget about the Caribbean’s largest casino, a challenging golf course and a myriad of duty-free shopping options. Hungry? The resort’s 40 dining options will satisfy your adventurous cravings with world-class fine dining or quick bites in the breeze. Bring on the Bahamas.
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Vacation Style Holiday Type
Activity Level Leisurely
Atlantis, Paradise Island
Paradise Island, P.O. BOX N-4777
Type of Hotel or Resort: Contemporary Beach Resort
This Resort is Rated: 4.5-Stars
This Resort is Beachfront: Yes
This Resort is Best For: Families, Romance, Relaxation, Spa and Wellness
This Resort is All-Inclusive: No
This Resort is Family Friendly: Yes
This Resort is for Adults-only: No
This Resort is Green-Certified: Yes
This Resort Offers a Spa & Wellness Program: Yes
Receive up to $300 in resort credits at all Atlantis Paradise Island Bahamas properties. Amount of resort credit vary by property. Book by December 20, 2020 and valid on travel now through December 20, 2020. Additional restrictions and blackout dates may apply.
Located 300 yards from the resort, Marina Village includes international brand-name shops, Bahamian arts/crafts vendors, five restaurants (including Carmines of New York and Johnny Rockets), Jamba Juice, and the Caribbean’s first Starbucks.
- Tropical oasis.
- Surrounded by white-sand beaches and turquoise Caribbean waters, this family-friendly resort offers endless opportunities for fun and relaxation.
- Minibars, cable.
- The resort offers more than 3,000 guestrooms and suites in multiple towers; amenities include cable TVs, minibars, coffee/tea makers, and in-room safes.
- 21 restaurants.
- Atlantis Paradise Island features a 141-acre waterpark with waterslides, a lazy river, and 11 pools. The resort also offers a 24-hour casino and 21 restaurants.
All Atlantis facilities are accessible from all three towers—Beach Tower, Coral Towers, and Royal Towers. Atlantis Royal Towers contain the Mandara Spa and casino. Adjacent are the Royal Baths Pool, the Mayan Temple Water Slides and Pool, Splashers, and Ripples Kids Pool and Slides. Also adjacent are the marine-life exhibits, Mayan Temple Predator Lagoon, Ruins Lagoon, and The Dig, an underground web of mythological Atlantis “ruins.”
Atlantis resort is located on Paradise Island, which connects to Nassau by bridge. Fourteen exhibit lagoons are on site (lighted at night) covering 140 acres with 50,000 fish and sea creatures (200 species). Dolphin Cay contains nearly seven million gallons of sea water within three lagoons surrounded by a white-sand beach. The on-site Mandara Spa offers massages, facials, body treatments, and salon services (surcharge).
Wireless Internet access is available in all lobbies and pool areas for a daily fee. A complimentary shuttle between the resort towers is available. Additional amenities at this Bahamas resort include (surcharges apply): sauna, health club, limo or Town Car services, dry cleaning service, arcade/game room, and supervised child care/activities.
What to expect
Designed after the mythical Lost Continent of Atlantis, this resort expanded from a casino destination into a family destination by including vast water park and marine-life attractions. Ideal for romantic getaways and family Caribbean vacations, Atlantis Paradise Island offers a wide range of accommodations from comfortable guestrooms to luxurious suites.
Atlantis Paradise Island offers more than 3,000 guestrooms in multiple buildings. Accommodations range from family-friendly guestrooms in the Coral and Beach Towers to luxurious suites at The Cove. All rooms at this Caribbean resort include air conditioning, cable TVs, minibars, coffee/tea makers, and in-room safes. Most rooms have balconies or patios.
Atlantis, Paradise Island offers guests a vast array of restaurants, bars and lounges as well as poolside snacks and beverage carts.
Located in Marina Village. Offers dining experience of famous New York landmark restaurant. Family-style dining. Classic Italian recipes include Chicken Scarpariello, Shrimp Scampi, Fried Calamari, and Veal Saltimbocca.
Celebrity Chef Bobby Flay’s restaurant serving Southwestern cuisine with Bahamian influences. Menu items include Bahamian Spiced Chicken Skewers with Yogurt Cilantro Sauce and Bahamian Lobster Tail with Red Chile-Coconut Sauce. Reservations required during peak dining hours.
Located in Marina Village. Modern steakhouse atmosphere. Menu includes classic shrimp cocktails, Pressed Coriander Crusted Beef Carpaccio, Lemon-pepper Tuna, Sweet Bahamian Lobster Tail, and fine cuts of prime beef. Signature martinis; fine wines. Reservations required during peak dining hours.
In Coral Tower. Fine-dining dinner restaurant. Northern Italian cuisine. Frescoed ceiling. Etched glass. Marble bar. Reservations required during peak dining hours.
Intimate fine-dining dinner restaurant with dark-wood ceiling, banquettes. Chinese cuisine such as five-spice duck, lobster tail, Singapore noodles. Reservations required during peak dining hours.
Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s fine-dining restaurant serving classic French cuisine. Features a wrought-iron birdcage elevator, a mahogany staircase, and etched glass windows. Reservations required during peak dining hours.
In Coral Tower. Steakhouse. Green walls, green ceilings, dark-wood trim. Sepia Bahamian family photos on walls. Steaks, prime rib, lamb, salmon. Dinner only. Reservations required.
The Cave Bar and Grill
In Beach Tower. Open-air lunch spot featuring underwater views of marine life. Burgers, hot dogs, salads, ice cream.
In Atlantis Casino. Outpost of acclaimed Nobu Restaurant. Japanese cuisine served. Menu includes new-style sashimi and yellowtail with jalapeno. Reservations required during peak dining hours.
In Marina Village. Caribbean fare served. Outdoor bar. Grand open kitchen with conch station (Bahamian conch prepared to order). Menu selections include tamarind-glazed pork chop, grilled mahi mahi, and mojo-marinated chicken. Pineapple bread pudding, tropical sorbets, cookie-bash pie. Live entertainment; tropical libations. Reservations required during peak dining hours.
International theme. Features theme-dining alcoves decorated with wines, spices, and flowers from around the world. Global buffet includes seafood, pasta, and sushi from made-to-order food stations. Open for breakfast and dinner.
In Marina Village. Family-friendly, 1950s-style diner. Tabletop jukeboxes; hamburgers, chili dogs, chicken salads, shakes, and apple pie.
Atlas Bar & Grill
Located in casino overlooking marina with indoor/outdoor seating. Sports, news, movies on TVs. Lunch/dinner choices such as ribs, pasta, burgers, sandwiches.
Lagoon Bar & Grill
Open-air lunch spot located next to saltwater lagoon. Roof shaped like giant seashell. Sandwiches, salads, pizza, light meals, and tropical drinks.
Open-air lunch spot across lagoon from Lagoon Bar & Grill. Live Bahamian music. Lighter fare including sandwiches, salads, steak, seafood. Takeout counter.
Traditional New York/Miami deli featuring 1950s Art Deco decor. Breakfast, lunch, dinner. Takeout counter. Located on marina waterfront.
Atlantis Paradise Island offers more than 20 swimming areas including family pools, children’s pools, a lazy river for tube rides, and a saltwater lagoon for water sports. Five water slides built into a six-story Mayan Temple include The Leap of Faith, a 60-foot, nearly vertical plunge through a clear acrylic tunnel submerged in a shark-filled lagoon; a 48-foot corkscrew slide transporting tube riders through the Temple’s dark core; and shorter, gentler children’s slides connecting cascading pools.
Aquaventure, a 63-acre waterscape, contains more than 20 million gallons of water and features water slides, a mile-long river ride with rapids and wave surges, and special effects. Guests in inner tubes are propelled along by water escalators, waves, and water surges. Unlike traditional water slides that require the participant to leave the water and climb back to the start, Aquaventure guests never have to leave the water as they are propelled back up the slide tower via water conveyors.
The on-site sports center features six lighted clay and hard-surface tennis courts (surcharges), a 27-yard lap pool, and a fitness facility (surcharges) with free weights, cardio and weight machines, steam rooms, and a workout studio for aerobics, spinning, kickboxing, yoga, and Pilates (surcharges).
The Dolphin Cay Atlantis, a 14-acre dolphin habitat, is one of the largest of its kind in the world. Guests can share in the dolphins’ playful shallow water antics or experience their speed and agility first-hand in the deeper waters (surcharges).
The private Tom Weiskopf-designed 18-hole championship Ocean Club Golf Course is located 1.5 miles from the resort at the east end of Paradise Island (surcharges). Complimentary shuttle service to the course is available.
Atlantis, Paradise Island features the world’s largest open-air marine habitat; Aquaventure, a 141-acre water park, including the iconic Mayan Temple’s Leap of Faith slide; 11 incredible pools; five miles of magnificent beaches; a Tom Weiskopf-designed 18-hole, oceanfront golf course; and the Atlantis Casino.
PARADISE ISLAND, P.O. BOX N-4777 , NASSAU, Bahamas
NAS – Nassau International Airport
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