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Atlantis Launches Major Renovations

Coral Towers to be Rebranded as The Corals Atlantis


Atlantis, Paradise Island resort in The Bahamas has launched the first phase of a US$20 million transformation at what is currently known as the Coral Towers.

Once all renovations are complete, the hotel will reopen as The Corals Atlantis, a new modern hotel for the resort’s group, leisure and casino guests, designed by Bilkey LLinas Design.

“This renovation marks a significant step in our long-term vision for Atlantis,” said Paul Burke, president and managing director, Atlantis, Paradise Island. “Atlantis consists of five unique hotels from the ultra-luxury of The Cove Atlantis to the casual relaxed atmosphere of the Beach Tower. With The Corals, we will create an expressive and social enclave that goes beyond a rejuvenated room product by introducing a new adults-only pool concept and a modernized lobby experience.”

The Corals will serve as a sleek, modern Atlantis social hub, from the see-and-be-seen hotel lobby to the adults-only Blu Pool. Exclusive to guests of The Corals, the new and versatile pool concept will allow day and nighttime usage and will introduce poolside cabanas, floating daybeds, outdoor dining and a live DJ.

The initial phase of renovations is slated to be complete by spring 2017. During this initial renovation, some rooms, the lobby and guest amenities will remain open and operational. Atlantis’ anticipated second phase of renovations will be a lobby transformation and new dining concept to begin in early 2017.


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