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Atlantis Paradise Island
Coral Tower
One Casino Dr
Paradise Island Bs

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Location. The Atlantis Paradise Island Coral Tower Provides Mid- Priced Accommodations On The Famed Paradise Island In The Bahamas. Occupying 34 Acres On The Island, Which Is Connected To Downtown Nassau By Bridge, The Atlantis Resort Originally Was A Casino Destination In The 1960s. Adopting The Mythical Theme Of The Lost Continent Of Atlantis, Today The Atlantis Resort Is A Popular Family Vacation Destination, Featuring The World's Largest Tropical Marine Habitat, Home To 50,000 Fish And Sea Animals.

Hotel Features. The Coral Tower Offers Mid-range Accommodations At Atlantis With 693 Guestrooms Including 41 Suites And 64 One-bedroom Villas. The Hotel's Three Coral-pink Buildings Are Flanked By Pools And Lagoons, And Features A Sky-lit Lobby With Tranquil Fountains And Marine-life Sculptures. All Guestrooms Include Furnished Balconies Overlooking The Grounds, The Atlantis Waterscape, Or The Ocean. Decor Is Tropical, With Soft Greens And Pinks, And Each Room Includes Sitting Area, Mini Bar, Satellite Tv And In-room Safes.

Restaurants At The Coral Tower Includes Renowned Asian Gourmet Restaurant Nobu; Mama Loo`S Serving Traditional Chinese Dishes Accentuated With A Caribbean Flavor; Water's Edge, An International Restaurant Offering A Daily Buffet; And The Lagoon Bar & Grill, An Open-air Lagoon Restaurant. Open Only For Dinner Are The Bahamian Club, A Steakhouse In An Elegant Club Setting; And Villa D'este, A Stylish Northern Italian Trattoria.


The Coral Tower Contains The Resort's Library And Discovery Channel Camp, A Children's Education-and- Activity Center. Adjacent To Hotel Are The Lazy River Ride, The River Swimming Pool, Poseidon's Kid's Pool, Lagoon Pool, And Goombay Water Slide & Baths. Also Adjacent Are The Marine-life Exhibits At Various Lagoons As Well As The Predator Falls And A Rope Suspension Bridge Spanning Predator Lagoon.

Expert Tip. Other Atlantis Resort Amenities Include Two Additional Hotels, 50,000- Square-foot Casino, Shopping Malls And A Private Golf Course.

Property Amenities

Rollaways and cribs (infant beds)
Swimming pool - outdoor
Spa services on site
Spa Tub
Internet public area - high-speed
Kids' activities
Business center
Fitness equipment
Hot tub
Property Information
Check In Time - 3 P.m.
Check Out Time - 11 A.m.
Minimum Check-in Age - 21


Area Activities

Paradise Shopping Centre - 0.25 Mile
Bahamacraft Centre (Shops) - 0.25 Mile
Ocean Club Golf Course - 1 Mile
Prince George Wharf (Cruise Ships) - 1.75 Miles
Parliament Square - 1.75 Miles
Straw Market (Shops) - 1.75 Miles
Versailles Gardens - 1.75 Miles
Fort Montague (Historical Site) - 2.5 Miles
Ardastra Gardens, Zoo & Conservation Centre - 5 Miles
Bacardi Rum Distillery & Hospitality Centre - 13 Miles
Nassau International Airport (Nas): Approximate Driving Time Is 30 Minutes And Distance Is 16 Miles.


Driving Directions From Nassau International Airport: Turn Right Onto John F. Kennedy Dr. Turn Left Onto Blake Rd And Continue To Its End. Turn Right Onto West Bay St And Head Towards Downtown Nassau. The Street Becomes Bay St. Take Bay To The Bridge. Cross The Bridge (Toll) To Paradise Island And Hotel Is Ahead.

Getting There: There Is No Regular Shuttle Service From The Airport So The Easiest Way To Get To The Hotel Is By Taxi. Fare Is $26-$35 Usd For The First 2 Passengers And $3 Usd For Each Additional Person. Rental Cars, Town Cars, And Limousines Are More Than $36 Usd. Fees Subject To Change Without Notice. Rental Cars Are Available Online.

Shuttle Vans Or Private Cars Of Varying Prices Are Available. They Can Be Selected During The Process Of Booking An Air-inclusive Reservation For This Hotel, Via This Web Site, And Added To The Total Trip Cost.

Getting Around: Paradise Island Lacks Public Transportation So The Easiest Way To Get Around Is Either On Foot Or By Complimentary Shuttle Buses From The Hotel To Other Parts Of The Atlantis Property And Paradise Island. Motor Scooters Are Also A Popular Way To Tour And Rent For More Than $36 Usd. Fees Subject To Change Without Notice. Water Taxis Cross From Paradise Island To Nassau, Leaving From The New Bridge For Return Fares Of $5-$15 Usd. Once On The Nassau Side, Local Buses Called Jitneys Provide A Way Around For Fares Of Less Than $5 Usd. Fees Subject To Change Without Notice. Water Taxis And Jitneys Stop Running At Dusk. Driving British-style (On The Left) Along Narrow Streets And Through Roundabouts Is Daunting For Most Visitors So If Going Longer Distances, Taxis Are Best. Island-hopping Is Possible Through Bahamas Ferries Which Runs Catamarans To Out Islands Including Eleuthera And Harbour Island From Potter's Cay Between The Old And New Paradise Island Bridges. Or Visitors Can Travel As The Locals Do, On Mailboats Which Leave For The Out Islands From Potter's Cay Or Prince George

Policies & Disclaimers

You Must Present A Photo Id When Checking In. Your Credit Card Is Charged At The Time You Book.

These Excellent Rates Are Only Available Through Us. Please Do Not Call The Property, As They

Will Not Have Our Discounted Rates In Their System. Bed Type And Smoking Preferences Are Not Guaranteed.

Your Reservation Is Prepaid And Is Guaranteed For Late Arrival. The Total Charge Includes All Room Charges

And Taxes, As Well As Fees For Access And Booking. Any Incidental Charges Such As Parking, Phone Calls,

And Room Service Will Be Handled Directly Between You And The Property.


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