|The Corals Atlantis King Room|
Atlantis, Paradise Island resort in The Bahamas has launched its first phase of a $20 million transformation at what is currently known as the Coral Towers.
Once all renovations are complete, the hotel will re-open as The Corals Atlantis, a new modern hotel for the resort’s group, leisure, and casino guests, designed by Bilkey LLinas Design (BLD).
This initial phase of renovations is slated to be complete by spring 2017. During this initial renovation, some rooms, lobby, and guest amenities will remain opened and operational. Atlantis’ anticipated second phase of renovations will be a lobby transformation and new dining concept to begin in early 2017. The resort will share more details of the next phase in the coming months.
The Corals aims to serve as a sleek, modern Atlantis social hub, from the hotel lobby to the adults-only Blu Pool. The Blu Pool will be redesigned by architect Jeffrey Beers of Jeffrey Beers International (JBI), the same designer who conceived The Cove’s chic adult-only "poolscape," Cain at The Cove. Exclusive to guests of The Corals, the new pool concept will allow day and nighttime usage and will introduce poolside cabanas, whimsical floating daybeds, outdoor dining, and a live DJ spinning in order to elevate the guest experience.
Furnished with brand-new light grey tile flooring, mahogany wood-based furniture and decor, chic white bedding and textured headboards, The Corals guest rooms will aim to offer a contemporary and comfortable experience. Not only will the room design be accented with bronze and mirrored furnishings, rooms will be complimented by modern decor and crisp window treatments reflective of the Bahamian sun.
Guest bathrooms will also get a makeover with new flooring, vanity accents and modern shower tiling. The corridors, a prelude to guest rooms, will be draped in warm-toned carpeting and ocean-inspired wall sconces and artwork.
The Corals renovation project follows in the footsteps of the resort’s recent property upgrades to venues such as Poseidon’s Table buffet-style restaurant, Plato’s, and Atlantis Casino’s Salon Prive, in addition to refurbished guest suites at The Cove.