Atlantis Paradise Island Resort 4.0

Paradise Island, New Providence Island, Bahamas
Stunning architecture, an exceptional water park, a famous casino, three beaches, 11 otherworldly pools, tons of luxury shops, and 21 superb restaurants make the 4,000-room Atlantis a true mega-resort and a tourist mecca.

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 Stunning architecture, an exceptional water park, a famous casino, three beaches, 11 otherworldly pools, tons of luxury shops, and 21 superb restaurants make the 4,000-room Atlantis a true mega-resort and a tourist mecca.
Stunning architecture, an exceptional water park, a famous casino, three beaches, 11 otherworldly pools, tons of luxury shops, and 21 superb restaurants make the 4,000-room Atlantis a true mega-resort and a tourist mecca. One of the highlights at the Atlantis is undoubtedly its dolphin habitat, where you can learn about the marine mammals -- and splash around the ocean with them, too. Bonus: If you're a certified scuba diver, you can submerge the surface with 'em. Should swimming with the dolphins not get your heart racing, try out the Atlantis's water slide. The 60-foot monster runs through the behemoth aquarium (you can see the sharks floating nearby) before dropping you off in the pool. Bringing tranquility to otherwise-crowded Paradise Island, the 105-room Ocean Club's personal butlers, beautiful pools (one for adults only), and restaurant from Jean-Georges make it one of the Caribbean's best resorts. And it shows: The A-List crowd frequents here -- do the names Brad and Angelina ring a bell? Also spotted at the One and Only: Cindy Crawford wedding husband Rande Gerber back in 1998. With its A-list clientele, it should come as no surprise that the lush grounds at the One and Only have also served as a movie set -- most recently, the James Bond flick Casino Royale. The suite named after the movie is the resort's most regal and features a private infinity pool, but almost all deluxe rooms offer extras like a top-notch soaking tub and incredible beachfront views. The One and Only's design is a throwback to 1940s architecture, the decade in which the property was originally built. Also vintage on-site? The statues in the Versailles Garden, which were imported piece by piece from France and took over one year to build back together.
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