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The spectacular Atlantis Bahamas complex on Paradise Island, one of the largest and most opulent resorts in the world, is described as a place not to be visited, but to be experienced. Atlantis is a resort unlike any other -- not just a group of hotels, but a fantasy playground, a mythical world of waterscapes, lagoons, marine habitats, and underwater ruins of a lost city. Its unique amenities provide endless variety and excitement, and its colossal size and iconic layout make it a sightseeing attraction in its own right.
The Atlantis complex occupies the western end of Paradise Island, which is connected to Nassau, the Bahamas capital, by a short, steep bridge. The concept is based on the myth of the lost city of Atlantis, and in fact the resort is so sprawling that it does indeed seem like a city, even if not exactly "lost". The rooms are spread across six different hotel properties, all of which form a crescent round a 141-acre water park and six marine habitat lagoons.
The facilities on offer at Atlantis can be matched by few other resorts on the planet, and as you would expect, most of these are water focused. The marine habitats include a shark lagoon, an estuary filled with starfish, and a 14-acre dolphin habitat where guests can interact directly with the dolphins. In the mammoth water-park complex, the various slides and pools are all inter-connected by a river-raft system, and at the heart of the resort is the Dig, the re-creation of the submerged city of Atlantis, set in a gigantic fish tank filled with giant sea creatures like groupers and manta rays. The 12 diverse pools include the enormous free-form Baths Pool, a Mayan Temple Pool, and a grotto pool.
The food selection at Atlantis is just as phenomenal, with up to 20 restaurants open at any given time, ranging from elegant beachfront bistros with harbour views, to delis, pizzerias and sandwich shacks. Big names include the Japanese Nobu, framed by a glowing green archway, Bobby Flay's Mesa Grill, and award-winning Casa d'Angelo, bringing together Italian and Caribbean flavours. Within the Casino is located the first Caribbean outpost of the renowned New York Olives Restaurant, providing signature Mediterranean cuisine from open kitchens and wood-burning ovens.
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Property category: Luxury
The Cove, exuding tropical sophistication, is unique in that it succeeds in combining exclusive upscale luxury with the most family-friendly and welcoming atmosphere. Surrounded by luxuriant water gardens full of lagoons, lakes and koi pools, and meandering wood and stone walkways, and set beside two of the world's most beautiful beaches, the hotel has exclusive access to Paradise Beach and the Cascades Pool, and easy access to all the Atlantis attractions. However, as the amenities of The Cove itself are restricted to its own guests, it has the air of a private and intimate oasis that is secluded from the resort while still being part of it.
The chic and trendy ambience is enhanced by the magnificent teak-wood open-air lobby, built in Balinese style, with alcoves filled with sinuous metal sculptures, and a row of marble water treatments, with neon lights that change colour throughout the day. Behind the hotel is Cain at the Cove, an adults-only pool and mini-Casino, exclusive to guests of The Cove and The Reef. The private Cabanas by the pool have two doors, one opening directly on to the pool, and the other on to the beach.
The Cove is a suite-only hotel, with all 600 suites featuring walk-in closets, tiered living areas, and spacious bathrooms with double vanity and separate tub and shower. All are equipped with two flat-screen HD TVs, with Bose sound system and iPod dock. Every suite has a spacious balcony overlooking the pools or the ocean.
Measuring 62-72 square metres, offering one king-size bed or 2 queen beds, tiered living area with desk and sleeper sofa. Deluxe Ocean Suites on highest floor also offer Cove Club benefits, including dedicated concierge services, and access to the Club Lounge with gourmet breakfasts and evening cocktails.
Measuring 111 square metres (one bedroom) to 181 square metres (two bedrooms), open floor plans with separate sunken living space, dining table for 4, floor-to-ceiling windows, furnished balcony with panoramic views, bathroom with deep soaking tub and separate glass-bricked rainfall shower, Cove Club benefits.
Measuring 255-326 square metres, on top floor, dreamlike suites that seem to float above the skyline, 2-storey vaulted ceilings, one or two master bedrooms with oversized beds and master bathrooms, 10-seater dining area, separate living area, full kitchen, media room with 60-inch TV and theatre system, executive office, expansive terraced balcony.
Measuring 378-449 square metres, representing the pinnacle of luxury, featuring vaulted ceilings, floor-to-ceiling window walls on three sides, wrap-around balcony, two or three master bedrooms with oversized beds and master bathrooms, spacious living area, separate dining area, full-service kitchen, guest powder room, full-feature media room.
Property category: Residential Luxury
The Reef, next door to The Cove, shares a similar air of exclusivity and luxury, but unlike The Cove it consists entirely of apartments. in fact, the lobby is reminiscent of the entrance to an opulent apartment building, with marble floors, and polished dark wood walls. The hotel is set directly on the soft white sands of Paradise Beach, and the lobby also reflects this beach-side ambience, with fishing-net chairs, and an illuminated case of driftwood by the reception desk. The guests share exclusive access to Paradise beach, Cascades Pool and Cain in the Cove with The Cove guests.
The 497 rooms at The Reef are all privately owned apartments rented out to guests, with the income shared between the owners and Atlantis, so they all have a genuinely home-like, lived-in feel and each has its individual touches. All the apartments have kitchens and private balconies with views of the ocean or pool area, and all feature elegant modern-style decor, with beach-coloured themes of beige and white accented with deeper colours like scarlet and gold. All are equipped with flat-screen TV and DVD player, and all have grand bathrooms with twin vanities and separate tub and shower.
Measuring 48 square metres, with choice of Terrace, Harbour or Water view, featuring kitchen with fridge and granite counter, living area, private balcony.
Measuring 90 square metres, separate living area, full kitchen with full-size refrigerator.
Measuring 111 square metres, separate living area, full kitchen with full-size refrigerator.
Measuring 139 square metres, separate living area, full kitchen with full-size refrigerator.
Measuring 159 square metres, separate living area, full kitchen with full-size refrigerator.
Measuring 229 square metres, master bedroom with king bed and own sitting area, master bathroom with double vanities and infinity tub, fully-equipped kitchen with dining area, washer and dryer, guest powder room, wrap-around terrace with ocean views, 24-hour butler service.
Measuring 288 square metres, three full bathrooms and guest bathroom, four balconies each with table and chairs, including private balcony off master bedroom, 24-hour butler service.
Property category: Deluxe
Royal Towers, with its twin flamingo-pink towers connected by a bridge, is the most iconic of the resort's six properties, and the one that most truly captures the vision of the lost city of Atlantis. For most first-time visitors, Royal Towers is the first choice of places to stay. This is not only because of the way the ambience of the property seems to encapsulate the spirit of Atlantis, but also because it offers the easiest access to most of the resort's attractions and amenities, including the water park and restaurants.
The centrepiece of the property is the Great Hall in the West Tower, with its vast rotunda featuring 8 giant murals telling the story of Atlantis, from creation to destruction. From here a grand staircase leads down to The Dig and the Ruins Lagoon, a vast under-water habitat where you can take a journey around the ruined city amidst giant sharks and rays, and brightly-coloured tropical fish. Throughout the hotel, the decor features original works of sculpture celebrating bulls (a symbol of power in Atlantis), sea-horses, and flying fish.
The 1,200 rooms are all beautifully appointed, with handsome cherry-wood furniture and tropical colour schemes. All rooms offer flat-screen TV, coffee maker and minibar. Bathrooms are spacious, with marble vanities and chrome finishings.
Measuring 37 square metres, Terrace View, Harbour View or Water View. Bedroom with one king-size or two queen-size beds, French balcony, sitting area, full-service bar. Deluxe Harbour View and Water View rooms include check-in privileges in Sun Lounge.
Measuring 100 (one bedroom) or 157 (two bedroom) square metres, large master bedroom with king-size bed, two walk-in closets, full balcony leading off the bedroom, luxurious living area.
Measuring 121 (one bedroom) or 178 (two bedroom) square metres, opulent master bedroom with ocean views, king-size bed, desk, 2 chairs, huge walk-in closet, bathroom with walk-in shower and private whirlpool tub, parlour area with sofa, 2 armchairs, dining table for 6, guest bathroom, full balcony. Two-bedroom suites have full-size second bedroom with sitting area and full bathroom.
Measuring 200 (one bedroom) or 257 (two bedroom) square metres, opulent bedroom, his-and-hers master bathroom with walk-in showers and whirlpool tubs, plush lavishly decorated living area with guest powder room, private pantry, bar, study.
Measuring 290 square metres, master bedroom with luxurious king-size bed, spacious dressing area, bathroom with double walk-in shower and gigantic whirlpool tub, second bedroom with two plush queen beds, dressing area and walk-in closet, immense parlour featuring satellite TV, complete entertainment system and sound system, with half-bathroom off, private pantry with microwave and fridge, furnished balcony accessible from all rooms.
Measuring 440 square metres, the resort's most iconic accommodation, located in the bridge between East and West Towers, with 10 sumptuous rooms, all with 12-foot ceilings and full-length windows, permanent staff of 7 with separate entrance. Master bedroom with king bed, guest bedroom with 2 queen beds, 116-square-metre living room with grand piano and twin entertainment centres, dining room with 22-carat gold chandelier, separate kitchen, 74-square-metre balcony with 360-degree views.
Property category: Moderate
The charming Harborside Resort is a collection of four-storey villas built in the style of a Bahamas village, set right along the harbour waterfront, and all painted in different pastel colours -- cream, pink, yellow and blue. Inside, the villas, which range from 1-bedroom to 3-bedroom, are simple and comfortable, with a bright and airy feel. All feature a jetted whirlpool tub in the master bathroom.
Measuring 51-80 square metres, master bedroom with king bed, living area with full-size sleeper sofa, kitchenette with microwave, fridge, dishwasher, washer and dryer, separate dining area, private patio.
Measuring 82-126 square metres, one bedroom with king bed and second bedroom with 2 queen beds, living room with queen-size sofa, separate dining area, fully equipped kitchen, larger villas have additional living room with full-size sleeper sofa and additional fully-equipped kitchenette, 24-hour room service.
Measuring 134 square metres, luxurious bedrooms with king-size beds, en-suites with jetted whirlpool tubs, deluxe living room with queen-size sleeper sofa, 24-hour room service.
Property category: Moderate
Coral Towers is also one of the two original hotels on the island, incorporated into the Atlantis resort in 1994. This hotel has a quieter feel than Royal Towers, but is close to much of the action, particularly the Aquaventure Water Park, as well as having its own separate park with river ride and open-air aquarium, making it an excellent choice for young families. Coral Towers has the best beach access of all the six properties, with both Atlantis Beach and Atlantis Beach West directly accessible from the guest rooms.
Because for many years Coral Towers was operated as an independent hotel, it retains the air of a more traditional Caribbean resort, unlike the theme park style of Royal Towers. The lobby, decked out in marble and mosaics, resembles an Italianate villa, with a tropical colour scheme of aqua, orange and burnt pink. The hotel has undergone several impressive renovations over the years.
The 693 recently renovated guest rooms are of the same quality as those in Royal Towers, featuring attractive cherry-wood furniture, and bathrooms with marble baths. All rooms have full balconies with chairs and tables, and all feature 32-inch LCD TV and iPod docking station. The suites have larger baths, extra balcony and sofa bed.
Measuring 28 square metres, with choice of Harbour, Terrace or Water View, 1 king-size bed or 2 queen beds, full furnished balcony.
Measuring 51 square metres (one bedroom) to 75 square metres (two bedrooms), sumptuous master bathroom, separate parlour with pull-out sofa, two full balconies.
Measuring 50-56 square metres (one bedroom) to 80 square metres (two bedrooms), king-size beds, living area with plush armchairs and sleeper sofa, full balcony with water or terrace views.
Measuring 77 square metres (one bedroom) to 102 square metres (two bedrooms), king-size beds, living area with plush armchairs and sleeper sofa, full balcony with water or terrace views.
Measuring 117 square metres, two-bedroom family suite with terrace or water views, two king beds, bathroom with walk-in shower and separate tub, living room with flat-screen HD TV.
Measuring 333 square metres, two-bedroom suite with water view, two king beds, bathroom with walk-in shower and separate tub, living room with flat-screen HD TV.
Property category: Value
This was one of the two original hotels on the island, incorporated into the Atlantis resort in 1994. Although it is the furthest from the central amenities of the resort, it does have access to its own lagoon and aquarium area, and the zero-entry river pool with a river raft ride, as well as being just steps from Atlantis Beach. It is also just a short distance from Marina Village, with shopping and budget restaurants that are much less expensive than the resort's own restaurants.
Measuring 25 square metres, the smallest in the resort but in all other respects virtually identical to the Royal Towers Guest Room category. Choice of Terrace or Water View. All rooms offer king-size bed or 2 queen beds, flat screen TV, marble bath, full-size furnished balcony.