Guests and families from all over the world arrive here every day looking for turquoise waters, white sand and the brightest sun.
This paradise is also all about the people.
Our culture, values and heritage.
Our ideas, dreams and stories.
Our unique Bahamian spirit.
Atlantis is your portal to a truly Bahamian experience.
Book now and receive up to a $450 Resort Credit.VIEW OFFER
Book now and receive up to a $450 Resort Credit for travel through Winter. Plus exclusive
access to the Cove Pool.
Book now and receive up to a $300 Resort Credit for travel through winter.VIEW OFFER
Atlantis, Paradise Island features the world's largest open-air marine habitat; Aquaventure, a 141-acre waterscape, including the iconic Mayan Temple's Leap of Faith slide; 11 incredible pools; four miles of magnificent beaches; a Tom Weiskopf-designed 18-hole, oceanfront golf course; and the Atlantis Casino.
Opened in 2007 in response to a need to provide a safe haven for 16 stranded dolphins whose home was destroyed by Hurricane Katrina, Dolphin Cay is one of the world's largest open-air, man-made marine mammal habitats. Located on the west side of the Atlantis, Paradise Island property, the 14-acre environment includes an 11-acre lagoon complete with coves and sandy beaches, 7 connected "residential" pools, a state-of-the-art education center, an animal rescue-rehabilitation hospital, an animal pharmacy, a quarantine, and a separate sea lion center.Learn More
Aquaventure, is a one-of-a-kind 141-acre waterscape. This non-stop aquatic thrill ride features over twenty million gallons of water, incredible Atlantean-themed towers, thrilling high-speed water slides, a mile-long river ride with rolling rapids and wave surges, 20 swimming areas, a spectacular kids water-play fort and 11 incredible and refreshing swimming pools.Learn More
Atlantis, Paradise Island hosts the largest exhibit of marine life in the Caribbean and is recognized as one of the largest in the world. Encompassing 14 lagoons and 8 million gallons of salt water, the habitat is home to more than 50,000 aquatic animals representing over 250 marine species.Learn More
The Blue Project is committed to supporting environmental organizations and helping them build capacity.WATCH
In the devastation from Hurricane Katrina, thousands were left without homes – including 16 special dolphins. A massive rescue effort helped them thrive in their new home at Atlantis, where they welcome visitors to Dolphin Cay.WATCH
Chef Julie Lightbourn will bring her menu to The Cove’s brand new, redesigned poolscape with two restaurants – one poolside and one in the sand, on Paradise Beach.WATCH