Bahamian Escape: Discover the Latest Lifestyle Enhancements at Atlantis Paradise Island

By Kacie Whitman By Kacie Whitman | July 12, 2022 | Lifestyle, Sponsored Post,

Atlantis_Property_Shot_Aerial.pngAtlantis Paradise Island

For nearly 25 years, Atlantis Paradise Island has been recognized as one of the premier resorts in The Bahamas – known for its iconic architecture, dining venues and entertainment. From Royal suites and guest room transformations to a Michelin-starred chef’s arrival and a bespoke concierge platform, this year marks an exciting new chapter for Atlantis and its travelers as the multi-million dollar upgrades are now revealed.

The_Royal_King_Bedroom_Water_View_Chris_Villano.jpgThe Royal’s King Suite

The epitome of Caribbean comfort, the resort’s newly renovated living accommodations in The Royal East and West Tower bring elements of the natural seascape indoors. Aquamarine waters, white-sand beaches and coral reefs inspire the soothing environment of each guestroom.

Within the culinary realm, a famous chef and a new beachside restaurant arrive on the scene. Multi-starred New York Times- and Michelin-recognized Chef Michael White is set to serve modern coastal Italian cuisine at the new Paranza at The Cove later this year. His partnership with Atlantis has made history as it is now the only resort in the Bahamas region to boast three Michelin star-rated chefs: Nobu Matsuhisa, José Andrés and Michael White. When you’re not dining on world-famous chefs’ creations, perhaps craving some light bites instead, Pita will be open. The Mediterranean-style beachside concession offers delectable homemade shawarma, falafel, chilled bites, desserts and more all-day.

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Whether you’re visiting the island for the first time or returning, a bespoke concierge platform is now available to provide a personalized #BahamasAtHeart itinerary for you and your guests to make unforgettable memories. Sapphire Services and its specialists ensure you have the opportunity to soak up the wanderlust of the Caribbean lifestyle while enjoying rare, authentic island experiences. Fly on a private chartered flight, see turtles released on the Rose Island beach or partake in a culinary adventure. Snorkel, take a scenic ride on a seaplane or enjoy a boat day to Exuma or Eleuthera. It’s time to be immersed, inspired and imaginative at Atlantis Paradise Island.

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