Atlantis, Paradise Island Launches $20 Million Coral Towers Renovation
PHOTO: Atlantis, Paradise Island is re-vamping its Coral Towers wing. (Photo by Brian Major).
The Bahamas’ Atlantis, Paradise Island resort is undertaking a $20 million renovation of its Coral Towers wing with new amenities, facilities and services highlighted by an adults-only pool and new lobby and food and beverage concept. The resort section will re-open as The Corals Atlantis in the spring of 2017, said company officials
The new wing will serve as a “sleek, modern Atlantis social hub” featuring the adults-only Blu Pool, designed by interior architect Jeffrey Beers. Exclusive to guests of The Corals, the new pool will accommodate day and evening usage and feature cabanas, floating daybeds, outdoor dining and live DJ music.
The completed Corals wing will offer prime room categories for both meetings/groups and millennial travelers. The section will the most centrally located of Atlantis' accommodation wings, with close connections to the Atlantis Conference Center, Casino, and Marina Village.
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Re-designed accommodations will include light gray tile flooring, mahogany wood-based furniture and decor, chic white bedding and textured headboards. Room designs will be accented with bronze and mirrored furnishings, plus modern décor and bright window treatments reflective of the Bahamian sun. Guest bathrooms will feature new flooring, vanity accents and modern shower tiling.
Some rooms, lobby areas and guest amenities will remain open and operational during the initial renovation. A complete lobby renovation and installation of a new dining concept will proceed in the project’s second phase, slated to begin in early 2017.
The Corals renovation project follows other recent upgrades to resort venues including the Poseidon’s Table buffet restaurant, Plato’s, the Atlantis Casino’s Salon Privé and recently refurbished guest suites at The Cove.
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