Atlantis Paradise Island is getting bigger and bolder in 2022 as it announces multimillion-dollar renovations and exciting new partnerships at the iconic resort located on five miles of white-sand beaches in the Bahamas. For nearly 25 years, Atlantis, best known for exuding Bahamian culture, serving as a wonder and guardian of marine life, and its iconic pink architecture – particularly the highly recognizable Royal Towers and Bridge Suite – has paved the way for the luxury, hospitality and entertainment. in the Caribbean and around the world. Now the resort is raising the bar even higher by embarking on a new chapter with a range of massive upgrades and striking upgrades that include the redesign of the Beach Tower and all rooms and suites in the Royal Tower , a reimagined Atlantis Casino and the addition of another Michelin-starred Chef to its already impressive restaurant list.
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- Joining Nobu Matsuhisa and José Andrés will be Chef Michael White, the New York Times and Michelin-starred Italian chef and former chef/owner of premier dining destinations Convivio, Alto, Ai Fiori and Marea in New York. making Atlantis the only resort in the region to boast three Michelin-starred chefs. The four-time James Beard Award nominee will serve modern coastal Italian cuisine at his latest outpost, Paranza at The Cove, slated to open this year.
- Pita, a Mediterranean-style seaside concession near Atlantis’ famous Aquaventure, offers shawarma, falafel, cold bites, dips, salads and homemade desserts – a great place to satisfy all-day cravings .
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- Refurbishment of all rooms and suites in the Royal East Tower will be completed by summer 2022, followed closely by the newly refurbished rooms and suites in the Royal West Tower. Design elements celebrate the natural seascape of aquamarine waters, white sand beaches and coral reefs to inspire a calming environment where guests can relax and unwind.
- The famous Bridge Suite at the Royal is on track for a full refurbishment and completion next year. The epitome of casual luxury on a large scale, design elements will include bold, organic, rich and opulent textures and details that reflect the legend of Atlantis and its ocean design motif found throughout the resort. The gold finishes will remind guests of the found treasures of the lost city of Atlantis.
- Beyond 2022, in partnership with David Grutman of Groot Hospitality, Atlantis will open a brand new “oasis within an oasis”, station nicknamed Somewhere Else. Replacing the current site of The Beach Tower, this unique beachfront getaway, which will open in 2024, will offer 400 rooms and suites alongside premier restaurants, lush landscaped gardens, multiple pools, recreation areas, premium amenities and live entertainment, all within easy access to the myriad of dining and entertainment options synonymous with Atlantis.
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- The Atlantis Casino will undergo a refresh that will include modern finishes, shimmering textures, celestial fixtures and flowing lines echoing the refractions of the sea. grander and more elegant. Other updates will include the expansion of Atlantis Casino’s two on-site lounges, an exciting high-limit slots lounge and an expansion of the exclusive gaming lounge.
- The Cove, the resort’s all-suite luxury hotel, recently opened the Lapis Club Lounge offering stunning 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 dining on the beach, exclusive programming at the resort’s 14-acre marine mammal habitat – Dolphin Cay, and private cabins. The ever-popular adults-only Cove Pool will also get a refresh.
- Splashers, the pool and water playground for Atlantis’ youngest guests, will add thrilling slides, rock climbing areas and more this year.
- 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 longtime environmental leader in the Bahamas, creating coral nurseries to propagate corals, cultivating and donating hundreds of mangrove trees each year to help restore wetlands around the Bahamas, educating the local community on ocean conservation and more. .
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