The Atlantis Bahamas compound on Paradise Island is one of the largest resort developments in the Caribbean. The Atlantis is home to several spots that you can stay at and choosing one can be rather daunting. To help you out, we’ve compiled them all so that you can gauge them and see which one is best for you.
The least expensive of the official Atlantis properties, the Paradise Beach Tower has the feel of a retro 1960s hotel. Although it’s at the end of the Atlantis development, it’s close to the sandy beach, lazy river, and large pool. This property hosts DJs in the afternoon, and there’s live music in the casino every night of the week. The spacious lobby is quiet during the day, and there are pottery painting and build-a-bear workshops available every day until 9 p.m. Families enjoy this resort because it’s far quieter than the rest of Atlantis and has a shuttle service to the center of Atlantis. The Paradise Beach Tower is close to all of Atlantis’ major attractions.
The Coral Towers is a mid-tier hotel that caters to a much older crowd. The rates are cheaper than the Royal Towers, but the Coral Towers are closer to the action and the larger crowds. The decor and amenities are similar to that of the Beach Tower, but it offers larger room options. This hotel has easy access to Marina Village, where guests can grab a bite to eat from a variety of restaurants, stroll through cute shops, or visit an after-dinner drink at one of the many bars. A Starbucks is located in the hotel’s lobby for a quick cup of coffee before heading over to catch some water sports or pop by to take a look at some exhibits at the Atlantis Library. Guests with little ones can easily reach the Lazy River Ride, while other guests may want to consider staying at the Royal Towers, which is located close by.
Royal Towers is a behemoth, especially for those staying at the other towers in Atlantis. It features a spa and fitness center, seven pools, and the most deluxe waterslides in the Atlantis. Inside you can find the most fashionable and high-end casino, Nobu restaurant, best pools and waterslides, and the Dolphin Cay area, which is home to plenty of dolphins. The rooms feature standing French balconies (instead of seat-worthy balconies) that overlook the water. Most guests comment on the towers’ sheer size and extravagant architecture; it’s impossible not to get caught up in the excitement.
This condo-style property across the marina from Royal Towers with its matching pastel-colored buildings is good for families because of its spacious one-, two-, or three-bedroom units. Some bedrooms have private baths and kitchenettes. Its location by the docks makes it convenient for boaters who want to take in all Atlantis has to offer right at their doorstep. There’s no direct beach access, but guests can walk over to Marina Village, which features a pool with water fountains and lawn games that are fun for kids. During the day, they can hop into the Atlantis shuttle, which stops over at Royal Towers or The Cove, or they can walk there themselves.
We hope this article proves to be useful when it comes to helping you pick the right place for your next vacation. While you can’t really go wrong with any of these choices, the information that we’ve laid out above should help you make the most informed decision for your trip.
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