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  •  Babysitting
  •  Bar
  •  Casino
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Kids Club
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Spa
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When you stay at Atlantis Coral Towers, Autograph Collection in Paradise Island, you’ll be connected to a shopping center and close to Versailles Gardens and Stingray City. This 4-star resort is within close proximity of Cabbage Beach and Fort Montagu.


Make yourself at home in one of the 693 air-conditioned rooms featuring refrigerators and flat-screen televisions. Rooms have private balconies or patios. Cable programming and iPod docking stations are provided for your entertainment, while complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected. Private bathrooms with shower/tub combinations feature complimentary toiletries and hair dryers.

Spa, Wellness & Premium Amenities

Pamper yourself with a visit to the spa, which offers massages and facials. After dipping into one of the 11 outdoor swimming pools, you can spend some time at the private beach. Additional amenities at this resort include complimentary wireless Internet access, concierge services, and babysitting/childcare (surcharge).

Food & Drink

Enjoy a meal at one of the resort’s dining establishments, which include 20 restaurants and a coffee shop/café. From your room, you can also access 24-hour room service. Relax with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge or a poolside bar.

Business & Travel Amenities

Featured amenities include a business center, limo/town car service, and express check-out. Event facilities at this resort consist of conference space and meeting rooms.

How to Get There

Atlantis Coral Towers, Autograph Collection
One Casino Drive
Paradise Island, Bahamas


First time at Atlantis and I Love every single bit of it !!!!

Before I begin let me warned everyone that you need to do your research about Atlantis so you won't be caught by surprise with any hidden fees .

My stay was from Aug26-Aug31st I book a shuttle transportation with the hotel after getting through Bahamas border customs you'll go downstairs where you will find the Atlantis booth . My boyfriend and I was dropped off at coral towers and instantly we were amazed by the beauty of the lobby ! The front desk agent Korrean ( I might have spelled her name wrong ) was absolutely wonderful and she was very informative made sure I was aware of everything I needed to know and also providing me a map of the property. I work in the hospitality business as well and I was extremely surprise that she was a trainee and her customer service was fabulous !. ..

Now a couple things about this hotel that I think everyone needs to know .

- Don't book this hotel through a 3rd party ! My best advice is to book your stay at any of the Atlantis properties from the official website. It provides you more information that the 3rd parties DOESN'T inform you and its better to fully pay for your stay at the time off your booking so when you arrive to the hotel you'll just have to worry about the Incidental /Security deposit hold and other expenses because Atlantis is a very expensive property and the last thing you want is to allowing information you should've know before coming to you unexpectedly now your whole mood change through out the rest of your vacation. As for the incidentals I believe its between 150-250 dollars per day I stayed from Monday-Friday and I had to put 750 hold on my credit card and its Debit or Credit ONLY NO CASH.

-Prior to my arrival I seen some reviews that the rooms at the coral tower wasn't renovated but from my point of view the rooms were all redone and it looks amazing I stayed in room 10312 which has a nice view of the royal , The water park and the ocean.

- Honestly The Atlantis dining Plan is not worth it, Don't bother wasting your money on that for breakfast you can just go to Dunkin Donuts especially if you are a huge family it can save you alot ! I recommend for dinner try Twin brothers restaurant the food is very reasonable there . Have a sweet tooth ? At the coral lobby there's an ice cream place try the Junkanoo Ice cream you won't regret it .

- As for the waterpark I choose to go on a day the cruise ships weren't coming that day there was little to no lines for the rides at some point it was dead which was even better for us .

- Lastly if you are a picky person when it comes to hotels, Expect that everything and information should be given to you rather than you searching or trying to figure it out yourself and want go to go some place affordable then Atlantis Paradise Island is not for you !! Please save your time and everyone else time and not book there.

Once again Thank you to all the front desk staff ( especially korrean ) Housekeeping staff and the whole management for making my first trip to the Atlantis Hotel something memorable I will be returning :)


WE stayed at the Coral at the end of august, upon my return I noticed an extra 500US$ charged to my credit card by the front desk. it has been three weeks since our return and I am not able to get it back. Atlantis claims they have nothing to do with the charge when my credit card clearly states "ATLANTIS FRONT DESK CORALNASSAU ..." Your vacation may turn into not just expensive but double expensive !!!! Also good luck reaching their QUALITY ASSURANCE department, they don't pick up the phone or respond to your emails.

Full Disclosure

Accommodations: This was our second family trip the the Atlantis. We earned casino comps from the first trip and had earned butler status as well as a presidential suite in the Coral with an adjoining room to accommodate the six of us.
Our room was absolutely beautiful, clean and as a bonus we had a spectacular ocean view.
VIP Butler Service: The butlers are extremely professional, friendly and accommodating. Each and everyone of them was an absolute pleasure. They helped us with dinner reservations, cabanas and much more. They made our family feel like royalty.
Cabanas: The cabanas by the Mayan temple are best in my opinion if you have a family. The cabanas at the Coral towers are pretty but not practical, only having an outdoor couch for seating, no designated lounges.

Mysterious Illness: Midway thru our vacation we ate at Casa D’Angelo which came highly recommended. I ordered seafood risotto, side salad and red wine. The food was average. A couple of hours later, I became violently ill in the hotel room. I cannot say for sure that it was food poisoning from that specific restaurant but, the shellfish I ate, the time it took to hit me and symptoms coincide with food related illness as per the DR which can happen anywhere but, this has NEVER happened to me anywhere before. I quickly became severely dehydrated and weak so we called our butler for assistance and within minutes we had administrative staff in our room assessing the situation. They called an ambulance and we were presented with an option of going to a “public” or “private” hospital. We chose private to make sure I was evaluated and treated as quickly as possible.
We were told all they would need is a major credit card. At that point we were scared and confused and went for it.

We were then assured that a security guard would be staying outside of our room to keep an eye on our teenagers that were left inside alone ( MANAGEMENTS IDEA!) We had no idea what the hospital would be like in the Bahamas and I was very out of it from dehydration so I could not go alone. Since we were told our kids would have the guard, we left them. This is one of any parents biggest fear while staying abroad as a family. This was a traumatic ordeal for all and tho our kids are not babies and took care of themselves, a security guard was promised for added protection and for all of us
To feel safe but no one EVER came. This was completely dishonest, irresponsible and disgraceful. FYI the security guard would have been well compensated for helping us, bad move on multiple levels Atlantis.

The Doctors Hospital:
In Nassau was absolutely amazing. Every single person we encountered was kind and reassuring. The experience at the hospital was ????worth the money and by far the best treatment I have ever experienced in an ER setting anywhere. I am extremely thankful to the staff there, especially the DR who even spoke with us by phone for a long time the following day when I had more symptoms after being discharged. He was reassuring and amazing. The hospital charged us appropriately for my treatment.

Aquaventure is overall a great experience for the whole family but the sewage smell that seems to linger in certain parts of the park is awful. I am not sure if it has something to do with the vast aquariums and sea life but, they need to address it.

We had to go thru a grueling statement process with security once I was well enough to have them investigate the source of my illness and reimburse us accordingly. This review process was supposed to take 1-3 days and here we are 3 weeks later, no answer.

Overall, the management of the Atlantis needs to step up. If you want to advertise yourself as an exclusive family resort you need to act like one. Every employee at the Atlantis from wait staff to cleaning crew to Butler service gets an A in my book . The resort overall gets a B. Unfortunately, management is where my family was most disappointed and failed us in the most important department and that is SAFETY. We are thankful that when we returned to the resort hours later, our kids were safe but, will not take that risk again. We won’t be returning.