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ATLANTIS, PARADISE ISLAND IN THE BAHAMAS


Travellers quickly discover that Atlantis is no ordinary resort. It’s a truly distinct destination offering authentic Bahamian experiences. Poised along miles of pristine white-sand beaches, Atlantis holds a variety of amazing accommodation options, each granting full access to all the amenities of Atlantis.


Aquaventure immerses guests in 141 acres of lush landscape, offering eight thrilling water slides, a mile-long rapids river ride, and twenty swimming areas, including 11 amazing pools.


Atlantis features the largest open-air marine habitat in the world with a breathtaking collection of marine exhibits and 14 extraordinary lagoons showcasing 50,000 marine animals. In The Dig, guests can explore the ancient lost city while marveling at giant manta rays, moray eels and thousands of stunning marine species.


No trip to Atlantis would be complete without a visit to Dolphin Cay. This 14- acre marine habitat and dolphin rescue- rehabilitation facility is one of the largest and most sophisticated in the world. Visitors can learn about how Atlantis cares for the rescued Hurricane Katrina Dolphins, California sea lions and other marine life at Atlantis. A portion of the proceeds from each marine interaction supports The Atlantis Blue Project, creating and promoting solutions for a wide range of marine conservation challenges from coral reef degradation to marine species in decline.


Stroll through Marina Village during Art Walk and enjoy art, crafts and music by Bahamian artisans. Guests seeking to fully immerse in the culture of The Bahamas can experience Junkanoo Fest & Feast. Enjoy authentic Bahamian entertainment, food, arts & crafts, face painting, costume creation and dance lessons!


Brilliant glass sculptures by artist Dale Chihuly infuse the Atlantis Casino with vibrant, colorful energy. You can try your luck at any of 700 slot machines and 85 fast-paced table games like Baccarat, Blackjack, Roulette or Craps.


With 21 restaurants, you’ll find everything from fine dining to quick and easy favourites. Sample legendary flavors from one of four celebrity chef restaurants from Nobu Mastuhisa, Jean George’s


Vongerichten, Todd English and José Andrés. Or discover one of several authentically Bahamian restaurants, like Frankie Gone Bananas, McKenzie’s Conch Shack, Pirate Republic or Sip Sip.


Atlantis nights come alive. The spectacular Aura Nightclub and 19 bars and lounges heat up the night. Soak up the sounds of the live music or catch some of TV’s funniest comics at Joker’s Wild Comedy Club.


For children of all ages, there’s a world for imaginations to explore. Teens 13-17 can party at CRUSH, the ultimate teen nightclub, gaming and internet lounge. For kids 3-12, Atlantis Kids Adventures is filled with fun adventures for young minds. Kids can try their hand at interactive electronic art, theatre or cooking in a state-of-the-art kitchen designed just for kids.


Atlantis isn’t just for kids, adults have their share of adventures, too. Shopping at Atlantis is world class, with the latest luxury fashions, genuine Havana cigars, jewellery and more. Golfers rave about our 18-hole Tom Weiskopf- designed Oceanside Golf Course. The par 72 course hosts invigorating play and spectacular ocean views. Or for a


little pampering, unwind at the Mandara Spa through traditional European therapies, Balinese healing touches and natural elements indigenous to the Bahamas.

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