Atlantis Paradise Island Unveils Multimillion-Dollar Upgrades

Atlantis Paradise Island in Nassau has announced multimillion-dollar renovations and new partnerships. Upgrades at the resort will include the redevelopment of The Beach Tower and all Royal Tower guestrooms and suites, a revamped Atlantis Casino and the addition of another Michelin-starred chef to its dining roster.

Renovation of all guestrooms and suites in The Royal East Tower will be complete by summer 2022. This will be followed by newly renovated rooms and suites in The Royal West Tower. The Royal’s Bridge Suite is on track for total renovation and completion next year. Gold finishes will remind guests of found treasures of the lost city of Atlantis.

In addition, chef Michael White will join Nobu Matsuhisa and José Andrés, making Atlantis the only resort in the region to have three Michelin star-rated chefs. Chef White will serve modern coastal Italian cuisine at his latest outpost, Paranza at The Cove, expected to open this year. Another new addition is Pita, a Mediterranean-style beachside concession located near Aquaventure, which offers homemade shawarma, falafel, chilled bites, dips, salads and desserts.

The Atlantis Casino will also be revamped. Updates will include the expansion of the casino’s two on-site lounges, a high-limit slots lounge and an expansion of the exclusive gaming salon.

The Cove, the resort’s luxury all-suite hotel, recently debuted the Lapis Club Lounge, offering views of Paradise Island, daily breakfast, hors d’oeuvres and a full-service bar. The hotel also introduced Sapphire Services, new bespoke concierge offerings, including bookable experiences such as intimate beach dinners, exclusive programming at Dolphin Cay, the resort’s 14-acre marine mammal habitat, and private cabanas. The adults-only Cove Pool will also receive an upgrade. Splashers, the pool and water playground for children, will be adding slides and climbing areas later this year.

Looking beyond 2022, in partnership with David Grutman of Groot Hospitality, Atlantis will open a new “oasis within an oasis,” resort dubbed Somewhere Else. Replacing the current site of The Beach Tower, the oceanfront escape will open in 2024. It will feature 400 guestrooms and suites alongside fine dining venues, multiple pools, recreation areas, upscale amenities and live performances.

Atlantis Blue Project Foundation (ABPF), the resort’s nonprofit and conservation organization, celebrates its 15th anniversary. Since its inception in 2007, the foundation has been a longstanding environmental leader in The Bahamas, creating coral nurseries to propagate corals, cultivating and donating hundreds of mangroves each year to help restore wetlands around The Bahamas, educating the local community about ocean conservation and more.

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