While Paradise Island is full of attractions, guests at the Atlantis Resort can find plenty to do without ever leaving the premises. The facilities at the Atlantis feature restaurants, shops, pools, beaches, a spa, a nightclub, and marine habitats, just to name a few.
The resort presents a number of dining opportunities, from casual to elegant. The restaurants on the premises include Nobu, Mesa Grill (owned by Bobby Flay), Casa D’Angelo, the Bahamian Club, and Mama Loo’s. For the gourmet restaurants, a reservation and appropriate attire is required.
Guests at Atlantis can experience marine life in a number of ways. Guests can interact with dolphins in an 11-acre habitat at Dolphin Cay or watch feeding times at many of the various marine habitats.
The Atlantis Resort provides a number of activities to fill guests’ days. Besides visiting the beautiful beaches, guests can choose from a number of pools. More adventurous guests can visit Aquaventure, a newly developed, 63-acre waterscape that houses waterslides ranging from the tame river-style ride to the terrifying Leap of Faith, which travels through a shark tank.
While the resort’s tropical setting encourages water-based activities, there are many other recreational options as well. The Mandara Spa offers a number of treatments for guests at the Atlantis. There is also a movie theater that screens three shows a day, many of which are family friendly. Golfers should visit the famed Ocean Club Golf Course. The Marina at Atlantis is yet another attraction to seek out. The harbor accommodates luxury yachts, and its surrounding village offers a number of shopping and dining opportunities.
The resort also has a number of venues to visit at night. There is a casino, a comedy club, and a Vegas-style nightclub on the property.
Atlantis Room Reservations
Beginning November 1, 2007, you may contact the Atlantis directly for room reservations by calling 800-386-4786 or by e-mailing Susan Farina at email@example.com. Be sure to mention that you’re attending the National Insulation Association’s (NIA’s) convention. Discounted room rates are $290 per night single or double occupancy, plus mandatory resort levies, surcharges, and gratuities. There is an additional charge of $45 per person to include a third or fourth person in the room 12 years of age or older. Children 11 and under are welcomed complimentary.
The discounted room rates are available on the nights of April 29 through May 15, 2008, and are subject to availability at time of reservation. To qualify for the discounted room rate, you must make your reservation on or before April 2, 2008.
A credit card number is required at booking, and the resort will post a deposit of 2 nights’ room rate when you make your reservation. The charge will be fully refunded if cancellation is received 30 days prior to arrival.
For more information, please visit www.atlantis.com.