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Discover the aquatic wonderland of Atlantis Paradise Island

Discover the aquatic wonderland of Atlantis Paradise Island

A giant complex located on Paradise Island, facing Nassau, the iconic Atlantis has grabbed the attention of visitors since its opening in 1998.

Its five hotels, beautiful beaches, water park and aquariums filled with thousands of fish attract an international clientele.

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Here's our guide to making the most of it.

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There are five hotels in total:

THE BEACH AT ATLANTIS: For those who want to take full advantage of the resort's activities, it offers excellent value for money.

THE CORAL AT ATLANTIS: Having recently undergone a $21 million renovation this is the group's new signature property for 4-star family stays.

THE ROYAL AT ATLANTIS: 1,200 rooms, including the $25,000/night deck suite, and the second largest casino in the Caribbean.

THE COVE AT ATLANTIS: The most luxurious option of the complex, opened in 2007 with only suites and junior suites. It has the only adult-only pool in the resort. The famous Harbor Island restaurant, Sip Sip, opened a second address in the Cove in November 2017. In addition, the famous and renowned chef Jose Andres has recently opened a seafood restaurant just this year, called Fish.

THE REEF ATLANTIS: Luxury studios and apartments in hotel residence version.

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Must-do experiences

Your customers who want to discover Atlantis Paradise Island are looking for unique experiences.

Although this complex has a little brother, the Atlantis The Palm, in Dubai, the Bahamas is much more accessible for Canadians.

The Atlantis aquariums, including the one at the lower level of the Royal at Atlantis, contain more than 50,000 fish, including sharks, turtles and huge manta rays.

The water park, called Aquaventure, has 18 slides, including the famous "Leap of Faith", located at the Maya Temple, eleven pools and an artificial river where guests can float by on rubber tubes.

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The entrance fee for the park is included in the overnight stay. For those who only wish to take advantage of the park, they will have to pay $156 US for children 13 years and over, and $103 US for children aged four to 12 years.

Some Paradise Island hotels, including the affordable Comfort Suites Paradise Island, also offer park access with one night.

Not just another hotel

Atlantis Paradise Island is also a casino, a spa, a hub of watersports activities, (paddle board, kayaking, meeting with rays, swimming with sharks, etc.), 20 restaurants, a marina with dozens of shops and of course, all the beauty of the Bahamian beaches, with the magnificent Cove Beach, the equally sublime Paradise Beach, or Cabbage Beach.

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