Atlantis Coral Towers, Autograph Collection
- Free WiFi
- Kids Club
- Parking On Site
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
We spent the day at the water park as an excursion from the ship. As a day trip this was fine as the family had so many water adventures to choose from which were all alot of fun. The property is very pretty and really kept us busy. We had initially planned to stay at the hotel but after all the bad reviews we decided to take the cruise instead and just spend the day at the hotel. Highly recommend a day trip as your excursion off the ship.
Rental of cabanna at pool was 200 a day. Better choice would have been rental of big umbrella on the beach for 30 a day. Beds were good but not the best. Elevator makes alot of noise so don't get a room near it.
The best point about this property is that it is part of the Atlantis complex, which is a good family vacation destination.
As a hotel, the Coral needs a lot of work, and I would not recommend it for business travelers.
The reception desk is badly understaffed. I waited in line for 25 minutes while only two clerks tried to take care of everyone. I was given a key to the wrong room, had to return to the reception area, and stand in line for another 20 minutes.
The rooms are spacious, well appointed, and kept very clean, but they need better maintenance. In my room, the towel bar had partially pulled away from the wall and several outlets did not work. The furnishings are old and, because of the high volume of guest traffic, more worn around the edges than one would expect for a major resort.
The wifi service clearly is inadequate to handle to demand. In my room it was usually so slow as to be unusable.
In addition to the room charge, beware that the hotel charges almost a high mandatory "resort fee."
Prices in the restaurants are high, but not outrageous, and there is a great variety of cuisines and dining atmospheres.
After spending the first half our family vacation at a nearby luxury resort we then moved to Atlantis-Coral for the back half of our vacation. Unfortunately it didn’t work out well. The Coral is a mediocre facility with dated and beat-up rooms where the priority is clearly to maximize their seasonal revenue by any means necessary. Moldy, smelly showers and decaying walls, broken refrigerator and door locks were the first impressions in the room.
We had visited several years ago, before Marriott’s involvement with Atlantis, any had vivid memories of the long list of hidden fees that got added to our final bill. We assumed Marriott would put a stop to that tomfoolery but they’ve done little to change the policy. They gave themselves gratuities, without explanation, every day we were there. They charge extra fees for children, at a family resort, that they don’t reveal at time of booking. In fact, their online reservation system doesn’t even allow you to name all guests. The issue is the lack of transparency, not the fact that they have additional guest fees. Just watch your invoice closely. Beyond that, the unfriendly and understaffed front desk makes for a really unpleasant first impression. The security personnel around the facility aren’t helpful or close to friendly. They were much more interested in making sure that we all had a wrtistband on and weren’t a freeloading water park visitor.
All in all, the facility itself really is a unique and beautiful place with so many things for kids to do. The food choices/ restaurants are plentiful and were of high quality. The pools were clean and are numerous. Casino was very nice. The most puzzling part of all of this good stuff is why so many of the staff seem to be so unpleasant and unwelcoming. If your primary national revenue stream is tourism, as is the case in the Bahamas, then you’d assume that hiring people who make the tourists, and their disposable income, yearn to return would be Job #1. Atlantis fails.
Room view was terrible. I had possibly one of the worst rooms in the resort (room 5205) overlooking the valet roof with noisy vans backing up and beeping at 7am. The beach bar and beach was fun. The casino was enjoyable as well.