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Atlantis-Paradise Island Beach Tower
Lowest-priced, most tranquil of Atlantis properties
Paradise Island (Bahamas)
Atlantis Casino Drive
No-shows will be penalized for the entire length of stay; no name changes will be allowed after confirmation.
The resort includes 21 restaurants, bars, and lounges as well as poolside snack-and-beverage carts. The following restaurants are located in the Beach Tower:
Seagrapes - Casual, colorful spot featuring masks from Bahamas' annual Mardi Gras-style Junkanoo parade. Seagrapes Circus (jugglers, clowns, stilt walkers, face painters, balloon artists) entertains Thursday-Saturday. Breakfast, lunch, dinner buffets. Kids Korner dining section/menu.
The Cave Bar and Grill - Open-air lunch spot featuring underwater views of marine life. Burgers, hot dogs, salads, ice cream.
Beach Tower Lobby Lounge - Coffee drinks, bagels, pastries. Cocktails day and evening.
Notable restaurants elsewhere in the resort:
Five Twins - Euro-Asian fusion dishes such as seared foie gras with fire-roasted peaches and herb-pressed salmon in spicy teriyaki sauce. Sushi/sate bar. Champagne and caviar carts. Cigars, live music, dancing. Two-story dining room with chandeliers. Dinner only. Men's jackets required. Located in casino.
Café at the Great Hall of Waters - Linen service against glass-wall backdrop displaying marine life in Ruins Lagoon. Three-story vaulted ceiling. American breakfasts. Lunch choices such as ahi burger, Atlantic swordfish club sandwich. Dinner choices such as Caribbean quesadillas, veal chop with melted spinach. English afternoon tea, including Caribbean iced teas. Pianist at night. In Royal Towers lower lobby.
Fathoms - Seafood against glass-wall backdrop displaying marine life in Ruins Lagoon. Choices such as grilled grouper with Andros-island limes, seafood pepperpot. Also, lounge and raw bar.
Marketplace - International ambience featuring theme dining alcoves decorated with wines, spices, flowers from around the world. Global menu, including seafood, pasta, sushi from made-to-order food stations.
Villa D'Este - Northern Italian cuisine under frescoed ceiling. Linen service.
Mama Loo's - Chinese cuisine such as five-spice duck, lobster tail, Singapore noodles.
Bahamian Club - Green-wall, green-ceiling, dark-wood steakhouse. Also, prime rib, lamb, and salmon.
Atlas Bar & Grill - Located in casino overlooking marina with indoor/outdoor seating. Sports, news, movies on televisions. Ribs, pasta, burgers, sandwiches. Lunch and dinner.
Lagoon Bar & Grill - Open-air lunch spot located next to saltwater lagoon. Roof shaped like giant seashell. Sandwiches, salads, pizza, light meals and tropical drinks.
Shark Bites - Open-air lunch spot across lagoon from Lagoon Bar & Grill. Live Bahamian music. Light-meal menu including sandwiches, salads, steak, seafood. Takeout counter.
Murray's Delicatessen - Traditional New York/Miami deli featuring 1950s Art Deco decor. Breakfast, lunch, dinner. Takeout available. Located on marina waterfront.
Jimmies - Old-fashioned ice-cream parlor located on marina waterfront.
Atlantis resort guests share with Ocean Club resort guests exclusive access and complimentary shuttle service to the Tom Weiskopf-designed 18-hole championship Ocean Club Golf Course on Paradise Island (fees charged). Within the resort is an 18-hole par-3 course and 10 lighted tennis courts (four clay, six hardcourt). Complimentary water-sports equipment at the 7-acre saltwater lagoon in the resort's center includes snorkeling gear, kayaks, and peddle boats. Other recreational activities listed below are available at or near the resort; fees may apply.
The entire Atlantis–Paradise Island resort offers 2,300 guestrooms total. The pink, nine-story Beach Tower, which is the oldest, most tranquil, and least expensive of the three hotels, has 423 air-conditioned guestrooms. Guestrooms are a bit smaller than those in the Coral Tower resort and significantly smaller than those in the Royal Tower resort. All rooms have balconies furnished with two chairs and a cocktail table. Tropical decor includes pale-peach walls, light-colored furniture, and blue-and-gold fabrics with a seashell motif. These rooms have the closest access to the beach.
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