Atlantis, the Lost City, may be in ruins but not the luxurious resort in the Bahamas. Atlantis, Paradise Island is elevating every guest’s experience with four redesign projects, including a complete renovation of the room accommodations, public spaces, and its dining and casino experiences, like Poseidon’s Table and Salon Privé.
Dinner with the Sea King
With more than 40 restaurants, bars, and lounges on property, Atlantis has a spectacular range of culinary experiences, from fine to fast dining. And to order to create fresh and modern settings, Atlantis introduces Poseidon’s Table, a buffet dining experience with large, round booths and banquette seating welcome 300 guests. Formerly Marketplace, the new space transports guests to the sea with coral reefs and underwater air bubbles, complimented by walnut shelves and hand-blown bubble lighting and sconces, plus glass mosaics titles and white porcelain, marbled countertops. The King of the Sea dining room presents a sea and sand-scape with a signature grand chandelier with bubbles, a teal and sand-beige color scheme, and mood lighting upon a soft-glowing wall and a bubbled screen.
Poseidon will begin accepting guests this December.
A World of Opulence
Set within a secluded landscape is Salon Privé, an all-new elite gaming experience at Atlantis Casino. Follow the glowing columns of honey onyx to the grand chandelier made of 500 shards of Swarovski crystal that hangs above the hi-limit slot machines. Ultra-private gaming rooms welcome the most prestigious of table game players while a custom-built 16-foot curved glass aquarium showcases exotic and rare fish in an elegant, chic atmosphere.
Salon Privé will debut this November.
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