- Stunning aquariums and up-close encounters with marine life
- Amazing dining options and food
- Pristine beachfront and crystal-clear water
- Newly renovated rooms
The branch of Atlantis Resort made just for families with access to fives miles of crystalline beach, 11 pools and the 141-acre water landscape for limitless family fun
From the moment you arrive at the Coral at Atlantis, the Sun & Ice ice cream and gelato cafe greets you from the lobby’s center, radiating fun for all ages. This multigenerational family resort is nestled in the heart of Atlantis on white sand with proximity to high-end shopping and restaurants at Marina Village. Soft pastels and smooth finishes decorate every newly renovated room that features a king or queen bed, flat-screen TV and even a balcony in some units.
Access to the insane Aquaventure water park with 18 slides and one of the largest marine habitats in the world included with your stay is sure to give each member of the family a special experience—and that’s just outdoor activities. The movie theatre, casino and spa offer carefree relaxation and recreation without leaving the resort. As far as dining options, Atlantis has it all—from casual and open-air dining to gourmet meals by world-renowned chefs, dining as a family here is a real treat. To sum it up, the Coral at Atlantis is the resort where everyone in the family can let their imaginations run wild, whether that means swimming with dolphins, diving shipwrecks, hitting it big in the casino or simply lounging in a private cabana.
Paradise Island is located just half a mile from Nassau, and the two 600-foot bridges that connect the two are a straight shot to Caribbean heaven. On this small island, you’ll find an assortment of resorts, restaurants and stunning beaches including Smugglers Beach, Paradise Beach and Colonial Beach.
Take a short taxi or ferry ride to Nassau for a dose of Bahamian culture at the Bay Street Straw Market for locally crafted souvenirs sold at a bustling market. For more beach time, head to iconic Cable Beach, or visit Adastra Gardens for a shady activity perfect for the whole family. Wanting a more cultural viewpoint of the island? The Queen’s Staircase dates back to the late 18th century, and the solid limestone flight of stairs carved entirely by slaves honors Queen Victoria and her role in abolishing slavery in the Bahamas.