Updates and renovations are coming to Atlantis Paradise Island, including major changes to accommodations, restaurants, and the casino at the Bahamas resort.
The company said the changes, which will begin this year, include “massive upgrades and striking enhancements” to the beachfront property.
Updates will include changes to both the Royal Towers and Bridge Suite, which opened in the late 1990s.
“We could not be more excited for all of the developments coming to Atlantis this year,” Audrey Oswell, president and managing director of Atlantis Paradise Island, said in a statement. “With these incredible additions, we are continuing Atlantis’s legacy of offering guests endless, immersive experiences during their stay.”
Changes that are coming include:
All of the guest rooms and suites in the Royal East Tower will be renovated this year by the end of summer. Then, renovations of rooms in the Royal West Tower will take place.
The renovations will include design elements with a goal of creating a soothing environment to match the mood of the water, beaches, and coral reefs.
In 2023, the Bridge Suite will undergo a total renovation with bold, organic, and opulent textures with gold finishes to give guests a hint of found treasures from Atlantis.
In 2024, Somewhere Else will take the place of the current Beach Tower. Groot Hospitality and musician Pharrell Williams have already started working on this project. Somewhere Else will include 400 rooms and suites, dining options, bungalows, multiple pools, and other amenities.
Paranza at the Cove is set to open later this year, the newest restaurant from four-time James Beard Award nominee Michael White. The restaurant will serve coastal Italian cuisine.
White’s restaurant will join others at the resort, like José Andrés and Nobu Matsuhisa, giving Atlantis three Michelin star-rated chefs at one location.
In addition, Pita will open near Aquaventure. The Mediterranean-style beachside joint will serve shawarma, falafel, dips, salads, and more.
A number of changes are coming to other locations around the resort, including a refresh of the on-site casino with modern finishes, and updates to the casino’s two lounges.
Splashers, the water playground for young guests, will be adding more slides and climbing areas later this year. The adults-only Cove Pool will also undergo a refresh.
The Lapis Club Lounge recently opened at The Cove, serving breakfast, hors d’oeuvres, and a bar overlooking Paradise Island.
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