The Atlantis Paradise Island megaresort in The Bahamas has completed its comeback, Caribbean Journal has learned.
The Paradise Island institution officially reopened its doors to visitors this week after having been closed amid the pandemic.
“We are elated to announce that we are officially open,” the property wrote in a statement.
The property also announced the completion of a renovation project of its Royal East Tower guest rooms, along with a host of new offerings “with your safety and well-being in mind.”
The mutt-resort property’s reopening is launching in stages; it kicked off this week with the relaunch of The Royal resort and the Harborside Resort.
On Dec. 17, Atlantis will reopen The Reef resort.
The majority of the resorts amenities are open and operating, from the casino to the marina to the spa to the Ocean Club Golf Course.
Atlantis’ popular Aquaventure water park is also open each day, with the Mayan Temple Slides and Power Tower rides and slides open again.
Pools are operating at reduce seating, with 50 percent capacity and physical distancing in place — that includes seven pools in total.
Four beaches are open, with the Cove Beach set to open for the holidays from Dec. 22 to Jan. 3.
And the resort’s vast shopping offering is also back, headlined by the return fo the Crystal Court and Marina Village stores.
The Bahamas recently entered a new phase of its tourism reopening that eliminated the mandatory quarantine.
All travelers need to present a negative PCR test within 5 days before their flight and complete an application for a Bahamas Travel Health Visa. You can find more on the country’s opening protocols here.
For more, visit Atlantis Paradise Island.