Atlantis Paradise Island is a large, complex resort
located in the Bahamas. It is a reasonably priced place to stay with recreation ideas for the whole family, including water activities, golf, a casino and spa. Since the resort is in close proximity to other nearby attractions in the Bahamas, it is a convenient place to stay as well.
A variety of rooms and suites are available in six different areas across the resort. From the stylish Cove Atlantis to the quaint Harborside Resort, there is a lodging type for all tastes.
Restaurants & Bars
Atlantis has a mix of 21 express, buffet, relaxed and fine dining restaurants. The resort is also home to 19 bars and lounges.
The resort houses the Caribbean's largest casino, which includes a 7-acre lagoon enclosed by skylights. All sorts of games, from slots to card and table games, are found here.
Numerous pools and private beaches are part of the resort. There is also a lazy river, an Aquaventure water park, and an area where guests can swim and interact with dolphins.
Other activities at Atlantis include golfing, nearby island excursions, various spa treatments and classes at the resort's extensive fitness center.
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