Date: July 4, 2015 Category:

“We took a 5 day cruise on the Royal Caribbean. Our ship docked in Coco Cay and Nassau! Great food and service!  Jet Skis & Scooters were the mode of transportation. We rode all the way up to Atlantis! Overall just a very relaxing experience. If you haven’t been on a cruise you should! Highly recommend.” – Johnny

 Atlantis – Nassau, BAH

From 1994 to 1998, Sol Kerzner created the mythical city of Atlantis from the ground up — or, more accurately, from the seabed to the skies. More than $800 million was spent to bring to life the myth and legend of the lost city of Atlantis. The original scope and scale of the project was mind-boggling: the world’s largest open-air marine environment of 11 million gallons, home to 50,000 sea creatures representing 200 species; new lagoons and countless waterfalls; a spectacular Mayan Temple Waterslide complex; 6 swimming areas and a $15 million Marina – itself an engineering marvel — that would attract the sleek international mega-yacht set.

Following a decade of success, Atlantis, Paradise Island continued its growth as Kerzner International embarked on a third phase of development with its approximately $1 billion expansion in 2007. Adding to Atlantis’ existing 2,317 rooms and the world’s largest open-air marine habitat, the Phase III expansion includes: the luxurious 600-room resort within the resort, The Cove Atlantis; a 497-key condo-hotel, The Reef Atlantis; a 14-acre dolphin habitat and education center, Dolphin Cay; a 63-acre addition to the waterscape, now called Aquaventure and a total of 140 acres; Aura, a nightclub from the operators of Hakkasan Group; approximately 100,000 additional square feet of new conference facilities and a total of over 500,000 indoor and outdoor space creating the largest conference space in the Caribbean; and the 30,000 square-foot flagship Mandara Spa.

Opening hours:

Mon-Thurs 9:00am to 11:00pm EST
Fri 9:00am to 8:00pm EST
Sat/Sun 9:00am to 8:00pm EST


Nassau,  Bah