Atlantis Paradise Island in the Bahamas is making ‘massive’ upgrades

The Atlantis Paradise Island resort in the Bahamas is undergoing major upgrades, the Caribbean Journal has learned.

The resort is getting “bigger and bolder in 2022”, with plans for multi-million dollar renovations and a number of new partnerships in Nassau and the flagship Paradise Island resort.

In what the property calls “massive upgrades and striking improvements,” it is redeveloping all of its rooms and suites in the Royal Tower; reinvent your casino; and the addition of a new Michelin-starred chef to its already wide culinary lineup.

This includes the refurbishment of all rooms and suites in the Royal East Tower, which will be completed this summer; followed by newly refurbished rooms in the Royal West Tower.

“Design elements celebrate the natural seascape of aquamarine waters, white sand beaches and coral reefs to inspire a soothing environment where guests can relax and unwind,” according to Atlantis.

Atlantis is also undertaking an extensive renovation of its iconic Bridge Suite next year.

Culinarily, Atlantis will add a new restaurant by celebrity chef Michael White, who will add a new restaurant called Paranoia to The Cove, which is slated to open this year.

Another restaurant, the Pita with Mediterranean accents, will open near the Aquaventure water park.

The resort’s Splashers water park, aimed at younger guests, will add new slides, climbing areas and other touches later this year; and The Cove, the all-suite luxury hotel at Atlantis, just launched the new Lapis Club Lounge, which features a full-service bar, hors d’oeuvres, daily breakfast and spectacular views of the island.

And then there’s the casino, which will undergo a refresh that includes modern finishes, shimmering textures, celestial fixtures and flowing lines echoing the refractions of the sea.”

“We couldn’t be more excited about all of the developments coming to Atlantis this year,” said Audrey Oswell, President and CEO of Atlantis Paradise Island. “With these incredible additions, we are continuing Atlantis’ legacy of providing guests with endless immersive experiences during their stay.”

The news comes after it was announced earlier this year that David Grutman and Pharrell Williams of Groot Hospitality would transform the property’s Beach Tower into a new “oasis within an oasis” called Something Else, with 400 rooms and suites and plans to make its debut in 2024.

To learn more, visit Atlantis Paradise Island.