Coral Towers

Phase One of Atlantis, Paradise Island’s major makeover has begun

PARADISE ISLAND, BAHAMAS – 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. Upon completion in spring 2017, the hotel will reopen as The Corals Atlantis, featuring the adults-only Blu Pool and rooms decorated in modern furnishings.

The Blu Pool will be reimagined by acclaimed interior architect Jeffrey Beers of Jeffrey Beers International (JBI), the same designer who conceived The Cove’s chic adult-only poolscape Cain at The Cove. Exclusive to guests of The Corals, the new pool concept will allow day and nighttime usage and will introduce poolside cabanas, floating daybeds, outdoor dining, and a live DJ spinning in order to elevate the guest experience.

During this initial renovation, some rooms, the lobby and guest amenities will remain opened and operational. Atlantis’ anticipated second phase will include a lobby transformation and new dining concept to begin in early 2017.

The Corals renovation project follows the resort’s recent property upgrades to venues such as Poseidon’s Table restaurant, Plato’s, and Atlantis Casino’s Salon Privé, in addition to refurbished guest suites at The Cove.

“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,” said Paul Burke, President and Managing Director, Atlantis, Paradise Island. “These new elements and offerings will appeal to our group customers as well as couples and young adults looking for a getaway to one of the most beautiful resorts in the world.”

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