The beautiful Atlantis Paradise Island is the most popular resort destination in Bahamas and it’s easy to see why! Situated on a beautiful island with spectacular views at every turn, 141-acre waterpark, 11 unique pools, over 21 restaurants, 19 bars & lounges and some of the best beaches the Caribbean has to offer!

The iconic Royal Towers, is one of the best known views of the resort with the two towering pillars overlooking the world’s largest open air marine habitat situated at its center.  The luxurious towers transport you into the mysterious mythology of the Lost City of Atlantis with the dramatic artwork in every hallway and room.  Chris and I have spent 2 wonderful vacations here in this dream-like place and it is by far one of the best places for a beach vacation!

Here is more about our experience staying at The Royal Towers in Atlantis Paradise Island!

The Rooms at The Royal Towers

Built in 1998, the 1,200 room Royal Towers opened and would become the hub of the Atlantis resort.  Offering larger rooms than both the Beach and Coral Towers with modern, upscale Caribbean decor.  You have a choice from a variety of rooms ranging from Guest Rooms, Suites of various sizes, Presidential Suite and the spectacular one of a kind Bridge Suite.

The Royal Towers is located in the middle of the resort which gives you great accessibility to everything Atlantis has to offer including easy access to the waterpark, beach, restaurants, and the Atlantis Marina.

We had the opportunity to stay in a 1 Bedroom Water View Regal Suite which featured flat screen tvs, free wi-fi, soaking tubs, large master bathroom with twin skins, 2 walk-in closets, half guest bathroom and two balconies.

Food & Drink

Atlantis features 21 restaurants and 19 bars and lounges offering everything from fine dining to grab and go options.  Indulge in a wide variety in options and some of the freshest cuisine from Mediterranean, Japanese, Italian and more.

Before or after your meal make sure to stop by one of the many bars offering deliciously mixed cocktails in a wide variety of atmospheres from casual drinks outdoors in the Lagoon Bar, The Point or The Cove Pool to a more upscale atmosphere in the Moon Club, Cafe Martinique wine cellar or Sea Glass.

Helpful Tip: Food at the resort can be quite expensive, so be sure to factor in at least $100 per person per day for food!

Things To Do

The great thing about Atlantis is you will never find yourself bored as there are so many activities to do throughout the resort.  Aquaventure waterpark is one of the most popular feature of the resort with 141 acres of waterpark to play in this one-of-a-kind waterscape offers non-stop thrill rides in over 20 million gallons of water.   From 20 swimming areas, 11 unique swimming pools, high-speed water slides and a mile-long river will rolling rapids and wave surges there is enough to keep you entertained for days.

Beyond the Aquapark there is so much to do from the complimentary Atlantis Theatre, Tennis Courts, rock climbing area, pottery studio, fitness centre and don’t forget the luxury shopping that can be done.

Looking for something a bit calmer then head over to The Mandara Spa fuses together ancient Balinese healing touches with traditional European therapies and natural elements indigenous to The Bahamas.

Lastly, it wouldn’t be a trip to Atlantis without trying your luck at one of the Caribbean’s largest casinos with over 75 tables of various games.

Looking for what to do once the sun goes down? Make sure to check out our Top Things To Do At Night at Atlantis post!

With so much to do in one beautiful place what is not to love about Atlantis Paradise Island?
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