The Coral at Atlantis Paradise Island is designed with the whole crew in mind, close to the resort’s family-friendly facilities, including the epic Aquaventure waterpark and the CRUSH teens’ club, complete with a gaming stadium and dance club. It's also close to the sugary sands of Atlantis Beach and the Marina Village where you can explore designer, duty free shopping, plenty of fine restaurants and various stylish boutiques.
Atlantis Paradise Island resort occupies the majority of Paradise Island, sat roughly five miles from the centre of Nassau, connected by a 475-metre bridge, 11 miles from Lynden Pindling International Airport. The Coral at Atlantis Paradise Island is located in the west of the resort, in close proximity to Atlantis Beach and the Atlantis Casino, with over seven hundred slots, 90 table games and gaming lessons available for casino novices. It’s also close to Marina Village, home to more than 20 designer shops and a handful of the island’s restaurants, and the Crystal Court shops. Access to Aquaventure, the resort's 141-acre waterscape – and one of the largest in the world – is positioned on the doorstep of the Coral Towers. You can grab a tube and float around for hours, ascend the conveyer belts to join more slides and come back down through the rapids. Or you can simply relax by the pools.
Spacious tropical beach-inspired rooms feature palettes of coral, blue and sand, and are located within three separate buildings. Accommodation is split into three categories – Standard rooms overlook the resort or water, Premium rooms are bigger and overlook the resort, water or harbour, while the choice of suites provides plenty of space with water views. Each are outfitted with coffee machines, laptop-sized safes and toiletries.
One Casino Drive
Paradise Island, New Providence
Normal Check-in: 16:00
Normal Check-out: 11:00
1.7 mi / 2.8 km from city centre
- Health club
- Laundry/Valet service
- Business center
- Baby sitting
- Coffee shop
- Concierge desk
- Exercise gym
- Internet services
- Tennis court
- Beauty shop/salon
- Ironing board
- 21 Restaurant
- 7 Pool
- Aerobics instruction
- Outdoor pool
- 3 Children's pool
- 19 Lounges/bars
- Pool Bar
- Room service
- Game room
- Dry cleaning
- Kids Club
- Massage services
- Safe deposit box
- Live entertainment
Across Atlantis Paradise Island, you’ll have access to an impressive collection of facilities, including five miles of white sand beaches and more than 20 swimming areas.
Aquaventure, the resort's 141-acre waterscape, is set in a lush, tropical environment and offers Atlantean-themed towers, a kids’ water-play fort and 14 swimming pools. High-speed slides include the Leap of Faith, an almost vertical drop from a Mayan Temple, Abyss, a vertical drop into a cave environment and The Drop, a tube ride into the Rapids River.
The Atlantis Casino, which spans a seven-acre lagoon, offers 85 gaming tables and more than 700 slot machines, plus a Salon Prive. There are state-of-the-art player rating systems, plus guests can use their room key at any slot machine or table to earn exclusive casino offers, room complimentaries, free slot play, and special invites to slot and table tournaments. Above the casino, dance the night away at the adult-only Aura nightclub, host to famous DJs.
The luxury Mandara Spa has warm and cold plunge pools, as well as steam rooms, saunas, a salon and barber shop, while the 10,000-square-foot gym offers yoga, spinning and other exercise classes.
There are six tennis courts and two pickleball courts within walking distance offering racquet hire and tennis lessons and the Ocean Club golf course (reached by the free shuttle) which has splendid views.
For young guests, the Atlantis Kids’ Adventures club offers entertainment through the days and evenings for 3- to 12-year-olds, while the Poseidon’s Playzone hosts a 9000 square foot play fort with over 40 water play elements. For ages 13 to 17, CRUSH Teen Club hosts a gaming lounge with pool tables and air hockey, as well as a gaming stadium, with 24 consoles. There's even a dance club area with VIP sections, drinks and snacks.
The resort has 21 restaurants, as well as 19 bars and lounges, and options range from the casual to upscale. As with any mega-resort, food and drink costs can run-up and outlets can get busy, so it’s worth making reservations well in advance.
Breakfast is served at Poseidon’s Table, and you can grab light meals in the morning from Plato’s, too. Olives is open all day, serving Mediterranean fare and McKenzie’s Conch Shack is open from late morning until late evening, as is The Village Burger Shack, Marina Pizzeria and Murray’s Deli, serving New York deli-inspired eats in a 1950s setting.
In the evenings, fine dining restaurants include Fish by Jose Adres, the famed Nobu, the Italian Carmine’s, Paranza by Michael White, the Asian-fusion Chop Stix, French Café Martinique, Seafire Steakhouse and Caribbean Bimini Road.
Other outlets include a Shake Shack and The Dilly Club – a coffee house by day and craft cocktail bar by night.
We strongly recommend that transfers are booked in this destination. Transfers must be booked as additional items, for which separate vouchers will be required.
A resort fee applies and includes Wi-Fi in guest rooms and lobby areas, access to the fitness centre (for two people, per day, per room), two refillable water bottles to use at refilling stations around the resort, in-room tea and coffee, unlimited local phone calls, access to the Atlantis Movie Theatre, casino lessons and use of the resort shuttle service.
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