Atlantis Coral Towers Resort Paradise Island, Paradise Island, Bahamas
Be sure to check out our Bahamas destination page for our most current special offers! Atlantis’ mid-priced accommodations. Centrally located. Close to Marina Village the boutique shops at Crystal Court and Atlantis Kids Club. Atlantis, Paradise Island is a unique destination featuring the world’s largest open-air marine habitat, home to over 50,000 sea animals living in 14 exhibit lagoons. Explore Aquaventure, an innovative waterscape of thrilling slides and rides, discover secrets of the lost continent in The Dig and interact with gentle dolphins in Dolphin Cay. Enjoy 20 swimming areas, renowned beaches, Mandara Spa, world-class casino, Aura nightclub, a wide range of dining including the gourmet cuisines of Bobby Flay, Nobu and Jean-Georges Vongerichten, duty-free shopping at Marina Village and Crystal Court, sports center, nearby 18-hole championship golf course, Atlantis Kids Club and Club Rush for teens. The Coral Towers offer moderate prices accommodations and are the most centrally located towers- near Marina Village, Atlantis Kids Club, Conference Center and Paradise Lagoon. Accommodations feature one king-size or two double beds and a full balcony with terrace or water views, mini-bar, coffee maker, color satellite television, in-room safe, hair-dryer, iron and ironing board and a spacious balcony. Physically challenged accessible rooms and non-smoking rooms are available. * Cancellations within 14 days of arrival will incur a 2 night penalty. *The resort requires a $250 per room per day deposit for incidentals by credit card or cash upon check-in. *Mandatory Bahamas resort taxes, maid gratuities, and utility surcharges are included in your reservation. *You must be at least 21 years old to check in at the hotel. *Check-in time is 3:00 pm, Check-out time is 11:00 am. *Late check out fee applies. *
Tamara Gruber (verified owner) –
The Atlantis is like a combination of Disneyworld and Vegas in the Caribbean
The Atlantis seemed like the perfect place for an extended family getaway for a long weekend in February. With most of the family coming from FL, it was a short hop to Nassua and for those of us coming from the Northeast, it was still a direct flight. With everything they have to offer for kids we thought it would be a paradise. And maybe it is, for some, but if you are looking for a Caribbean getaway where you can relax and get into the island vibe — keep looking. You could easily spend days here and completely forget that you were in the Bahamas. The waterpark is great, but immense and hard to keep track of all the kids. And while there are options for kids under 48″, most of the slides are intended for bigger kids or teens/adults. The aquarium tanks are probably the best part of the Atlantis and something that you’d usually have to pay admission for so maybe that helps you swallow the extremely high room rates. Speaking of rooms, they were plain and adequate. Certainly not worth the price we paid. The same goes for the food. It was expensive and mediocre. The property itself is immense and you will definitely have blisters on your feet and a sore back from carrying kids and gear across the property to get to the various attractions and restaurants. Of the 14 of us that went on the trip, only the kids would be interested in going back.
Tips for Families
The meal plan does not include things like room service or the on-site Johnny Rockets so if you are looking for flexibility to fit your family, don’t prepurchase the meal plan. Also keep in mind that the hotel and water park are overrun with day trips from cruise ships so it isn’t just the people staying the hotel that you need to worry about getting all the good seats at the pool or creating long lines for the water attractions. And don’t expect steel drum bands or authentic Bahamian food. The snack bars by the pools serve your typical hamburgers, hot dogs, chicken fingers. Very generic, very Disney-like, yet with a cheesy Vegas vibe.
renee landry (verified owner) –
Impressive,captivating aquarium for all ages, everything you need right here.
It takes awhile to get oriented of the grounds but worthwhile vacation. Only negative was the girl representative for excursion who lied 3 times about the swimming with the dolphins. For 3 days she told us we were confirmef and every day we arrrived on time to find out there was no excursion. So plan this ahead with Disney since they own the Island where the swim occurs. I found this out after the trip was over.
Tips for Families
same advice as previously noted.
Jill Miller (verified owner) –
Lots of overall fun for kids (and adults) of all ages!
Tips for Families
Beach and snorkel!