Atlantis is one of the most spectacular casino resorts in the world, where Five-Star luxury combines with cobalt seas and dazzling beaches to create a true island paradise.

Set on the idyllic Paradise Island in Nassau, Bahamas, Atlantis was built by South African resort magnate Sol Kerzner and is part of Kerzner International Limited.

Atlantis Paradise Island Casino

Atlantis Paradise Island Casino is the largest in the Caribbean, with over 980 slot machines and 78 gaming tables. Slot machines in Atlantis Paradise Island Casino incorporate a state-of-the-art tracking system, allowing guests to insert their room key into any machine or present it at any gaming table to earn rewards including complementaries, discounted room rates, special event invitations and entry into various tournaments.

The casino floor features skylights and windows with breathtaking views of the resort.

Resort Accommodation

The Beach Tower, formerly The Paradise Beach Hotel, is the original hotel building of Atlantis, while the Coral Towers used to be known as The Britannia Beach Hotel.

The Reef offers hotel condos, while the 600-suite Cove Atlantis, which opened in March last year, is positioned right on the ocean between two pristine beaches.

Harborside Resort accommodates 392 villas, featuring a restaurant on the harbour front and an all-day shuttle service to Atlantis.

The Royal Towers feature the hotel’s presidential suite – The Bridge Suite – which is the third most expensive hotel suite in the world at $25 000 per night.

This suite includes 10 rooms and over 5 000 square feet of living space. Features include extensive balconies, King and Queen bedrooms, a baby grand piano, gold chandeliers and personal butlers, cooks and housekeepers.

The Dig

The Dig is the world’s largest open-air marine habitat. This series of 11 exhibit aquariums lies beneath the lobby of the Royal Towers and immerses guests in the legendary world of the lost city of Atlantis, with wreckage and debris of the mythical city strewn throughout the aquariums.

The Predator Lagoon features a 30-m clear acrylic tunnel that runs through the underwater world offering unobstructed views of the marine life on show.

Atlantis Water Parks

The Royal Towers also feature the Mayan Temple slides, with the star attraction being an 18-m, almost vertical drop, followed by a trip in a clear underwater tunnel through a shark-filled lagoon.

The 18-m high Power Tower features several slides, including some with modern “Master Blaster” technology that shoots large amounts of water at tubes to push them uphill.