These spire-topped towers contain 1,201 rooms and embody the Lost Continent theme offered by the water-park and marine-life Atlantis resort on Paradise Island, which connects by bridge to Nassau.
Paradise Island resembles Las Vegas-upon-the-Caribbean with its fanciful resorts and white sands. Tourists often head to the island’s casinos, five-star restaurants, and shopping gallerias; its beaches, water parks, and nightclubs, however, are geared primarily for resort guests. The Potter’s Cay fish market is an easy detour from Paradise Island. Grouper and conch are typical catches of the day.
Fourteen exhibit lagoons are on site (lighted at night) covering 140 acres with 50,000 fish and sea creatures (200 species). Dolphin Cay contains nearly seven million gallons of sea water within three lagoons surrounded by a white sand beach.
Wireless Internet access is available in all lobbies and pool areas for a daily fee. A complimentary shuttle between Atlantis Royal Towers and other resort towers resort is available.
The following amenities are available (surcharges apply): Full-service spa, sauna, health club, limo or Town Car services, beauty services, dry cleaning service, arcade/game room, and supervised child care/activities. Guests can also access the nearby convention center.
Designed like a grand palace on the mythical lost continent of Atlantis, Atlantis Royal Towers offers 1,201 guestrooms in two salmon-colored wings topped by weathered-bronze spires and connected at the ground-floor level. The East Wing rises in three levels of 12, 16, and 24 stories. The West Wing rises in levels of 16 and 20 stories. Called Great Hall of Waters, the large and fanciful lobby features a three-story dome ceiling, intricately carved columns, and vividly colored frescos of Atlanteans' imagined life.
Atlantis Royal Towers rooms are larger than those in the Coral Towers and the Beach Tower. Royal Towers' rooms have step-out, rather than full balconies.
Imperial Club rooms are located on floors 17-24, and guests have access to a private 19th-floor lounge staffed by a concierge from early morning to late night. Furnished with a television and dining tables, the lounge provides panoramic ocean views. Guests are served complimentary Continental breakfast, afternoon tea, evening cocktails/appetizers, and after-dark sweets. (Note: Upon arrival, Imperial Club guests should identify themselves to the doorstaff, to be escorted to the Sun Lounge for registration.
Tropical decor includes crown molding and palm-motif decor. Amenities include private bathroom, 32-inch flat-screen LCD televisions, internet access (surcharge), and coffeemakers.