WELCOME GUESTS

We are so thrilled to welcome you here at our paradise – Atlantis Paradise Island, where you can relax, discover and have fun safely. As you explore the many wonders the resort has to offer, you will notice safety and cleanliness policies are in place to ensure yours’ and our team members' health, safety, and well-being.


Also, in our further commitment to protect the environment, we have eliminated single use plastic water bottles at the resort. On arrival in your room, you will find two reusable Atlantis bottles. The water in your room is purified and safe to drink, in addition to numerous refill stations around the resort to help keep you hydrated. Additional bottles may be purchased from Atlantis Signature stores, and we thank you for partnering with us for a better future! Click here to learn more about Atlantis Sustainable Tourism efforts.


Lastly, as you prepare your plans each day, here are a few of my personal, "don't miss" experiences for your consideration:

  • • Sacred Space, a breathtaking sculpture on The Cove peninsula was designed by Bahamian artist Antonius Roberts. The Seven Dancing Women represent the connection of the Bahamian past to the future, the ocean to the land, and the 700 islands of The Bahamas to Paradise Island. It is a perfect place to watch a magical sunrise or sunset.

  • • Discover our marine life habitats, recognized as some of the largest in the world, encompassing 14 lagoons, 8 million gallons of ocean water, and home to over 50,000 aquatic animals.

  • • Be sure to check-out Marina Village, a terrific collection of local Bahamian shops and incredible dining options, including Fresh Conch and the infamous Sip Sip by Julie Lightbourne.

On behalf of all our team members, we wish you an unforgettable journey exploring the taste, culture, and spirit of Atlantis and the beautiful Bahamas. If I can assist you during your stay, please don't hesitate to contact me directly.

Russell Miller



Executive Vice President of Hotel Operations

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PHONE NUMBERS FOR SERVICES AND ASSISTANCE THROUGHOUT THE RESORT


Airline Information (Guest Services
)      28

Atlantis Kids Adventures       65946

Babysitting Services (Promt Response)       38

Bell Captain       23

Blue Adventures       40

Business Center      67205

Casino Credit      65533

Casino VIP Services      33

CRUSH      64780

Conference and Sales Services      63215

Dolphin Cay      41

Emergencies      30

Fitness Center      67364

Front Desk      26

Golf Tee-Time Reservations      64565

Guest Services      28

Housekeeping      24

Justice of the Peace (Guest Services)      28

Laundry and Dry Cleaning      25

Lost and Found (Security)      27

Mandara Spa      65900

Marina Dock Master      66068

Notary Public (Business Center)      67205

Nurse and Medical Services      64066

Prompt Responses (Service-related Issues)      38

Restaurant Reservations      29

Room Service      22

Security      27

Tennis Center      69300

Voice Mail Messages      21

Weather (Guest Services)      28

WATERSPORTS ACTIVITES & RECREATIONAL FACILITIES NOTICE

1. Follow the rules and regulations posted on signs by all entry points to the pools, beaches, lagoons, water slides and rides, as well as those given by lifeguards and slide attendants. Non-compliant guests will be prohibited from using the water features for the remainder of their stay.

2. Lifeguards monitor most water features during operating hours, posted at each entrance point. The water features are closed at all other times and swimming is strictly prohibited.

3. Bahamian government regulation requires that children under the age of 16 years that are within the waterscape area including the pools, lagoons, water slides, rides and beach areas must be accompanied by an adult 18 years of age or older at all times.

4. Guests must be 48" or taller to ride the water slides and rides, with the exception of the dedicated children’s slides, which as posted, require guests to be 54" or under to ride.

5. Swim only within the areas marked by buoys in Paradise Lagoon and the ocean. Participation in watersports activities beyond the buoyed areas requires the use of a life vest.

6. Diving and running within pool areas is strictly prohibited. Exercise caution as wet surfaces may be slippery.

7. Beach sand and deck surfaces may be hot. Wearing shoes, sandals or “aqua socks” is strongly recommended, especially for children.

8. Glassware is not allowed on the pool decks or on the beaches.

9. Remove all loose jewelry, watches, wallets and other valuables before lining up to ride the water slides and rides. Leave these items in your guest room safe or in the care of a trusted companion. Do not place valuables in swimsuit pockets. And do not leave valuables unattended at your pool or beach chair.

10. While riding the water slides and rides, eyeglasses and sunglasses must be secured with head straps.

11. Swimwear with zippers, rivets, buttons or metal ornamentation is not allowed on the water slides and rides.

12. Pregnant women and persons with heart conditions or back problems should not utilize the water slides and rides. Others with serious health concerns should consult a physician before doing so. Guests with visual injuries such as casts, braces, etc. may not be permitted on all attractions.

13. When exploring the marine life habitats, do not climb on the rocks or get too close to the sea animals in the exhibit lagoons. Do not feed the animals and do not drop garbage including cigarettes into the lagoons.

14. The providers of watersports activities, such as jet ski and parasail rentals and motorized water rides, are operated by independent operators not affiliated with the resort.

15. As a guest, you assume all risks incidental to participation in watersports activities and other resort recreational facilities including the use of pools, water slides, rides, lagoons and beach areas.

All Access Paradise
The daily resort fee of $59.00 + 10% VAT* at The Coral, $65.00 + 10% VAT at The Royal, or $70.00 + 10% VAT* for The Cove & The Reef includes:
Water Park
Daily Access
Shuttle Service
Between Hotels
Coffee & Tea
In Every Room
Reusable Water Bottles
Complimentary
Fitness Center
2 Guests Per Day
WIFI All Access
In Rooms & Lobbies
Complimentary Tennis Clinics
Available Tuesdays & Thursdays
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