The Bahamas’ famous Atlantis Paradise Island resort has announced its long-awaited reopening, Caribbean Journal has learned.
The massive Paradise Island resort is planning to resume operations on Dec. 10, the property confirmed.
The first phase of the property’s reopening will include Atlantis’ renovated Royal East Tower, Harborside Resort Villas and The Reef studios and suites. (The Reef will reopen Dec. 17).
Relaunched amenities will include “personalized guest experiences” at Dolphin Cay and golf, the spa, and the property’s pools, among others.
That will include the Atlantis Casino, the Crystal Court shops, Aquaventure and eateries including Nobu and Todd English’s Olives.
“We are so excited to welcome back our loyal guests, families, and new visitors to experience Atlantis Paradise Island and reconnect with themselves and their loved ones. Atlantis will reopen in planned phases, and our highest priority is and will always be to ensure the health, safety, and well-being of our guests, team members, and community,” said Audrey Oswell, President and Managing Director, Atlantis Paradise Island. “Our guests will receive heartfelt service and create lifelong memories by being immersed in our authentic Bahamian culture, experiences, and attractions available throughout our lush resort grounds.”
Atlantis is relaunching under a series of health and safety protocols called the Atlantis Clean & Safe Promise.
Atlantis’ announcement comes after The Bahamas’ other megaresort, Baha Mar, announced plans to reopen on Dec. 17.
The Bahamas recently updated its travel protocols. You can find more on how to travel to The Bahamas here.
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