The Coral at Atlantis

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The Coral at Atlantis offers a variety of comfortable, family-friendly rooms at a moderate price. The casual atmosphere provides a relaxed Bahamian setting amidst the fascinating Atlantis lagoons. The Coral at Atlantis is centrally located and just steps away from the shops and dining located within Marina Village, Predator Lagoon, Lagoon Pool, Atlantis Casino, and the haute couture boutiques of Crystal Court.

The comfortable rooms of The Coral at Atlantis feature full balconies with terrace or water views. Guests have full complimentary access to Aquaventure, the 141-acre water park which includes waterslides, river rides, 11 pools, and three beaches.

Unleash a world of magic and wonder as you discover Atlantis, Paradise Island. World-class restaurants, luxury shopping, the Caribbean's largest casino, fantastic water sports, thrilling slides and rides, Dolphin Cay, hundreds of species of sea animals at the Marine Habitat, and so much more, all ready to discover, right at your fingertips.

Find out more about Nassau's Paradise Island.

Learn about other accommodations within Atlantis Paradise Island:
Beach Tower
Royal Tower
Harborside Resort
The Cove
The Reef

Learn more about the dining programs available to Atlantis guests!
The Coral at Atlantis is centrally located and just steps away from the shops and dining located within Marina Village, Predator Lagoon, Lagoon Pool, Atlantis Casino, and the haute couture boutiques of Crystal Court.

Local Phone: 242-363-3000
Barber / Beauty Salon
Business Services
Meeting Rooms
Ocean Club Golf Course
Par 72 championship course, designed by Tom Weiskopf
Holes: 18
Green Fees: see Atlantis website
Water Sports on Site
Snorkeling: Additional Charge
Paddle Boats: Additional Charge
Health Club / Spa
Jacuzzi: Additional Charge
Nautilus Equipment: Additional Charge
Sauna: Additional Charge
Manicure / Pedicure: Additional Charge
Facials: Additional Charge
The Coral at Atlantis is steeped in a contemporary and relaxed Bahamian ambiance, offering vacationers moderately priced, family-friendly accommodations. Check-in: 3:00 p.m.
Check-out: 11:00 a.m.
Total Rooms: 693
Year Opened: 1969 Credit Cards: Visa, Master Card, American Express
Other Amenities -
There are 18 Restaurants at The Coral at Atlantis:
The Village Burger Shack - Casual and family-friendly restaurant serving a variety of gourmet burgers, fresh fish, vegetarian options, an extensive list of sides, and shakes. Located in Marina Village. Indoor and outdoor seating available.
Nobu - Trendy Japanese cuisine at the newest outpost of the acclaimed Nobu restaurant. Children 6 and under are not permitted.
Bimini Road - Uniquely spiced entrees such as tamarind glazed pork chop, grilled mahi mahi, and mojo marinated chicken are tamed by sweet "tings" like pineapple bread pudding, tropical sorbets, and cookie-bash pie. Open for lunch and dinner.
Lagoon Bar & Grill - Casual al fresco dining on an open-air terrace under an aquatic painted domed ceiling
Bahamian Club - Enjoy traditional fine dining in a warm and inviting club atmosphere. The dinner menu features gourmet salads, the finest cuts of steak, chicken, and fresh grilled seafood. Open for dinner.
Mosaic - Casual Mediterranean restaurant with cooking stations where dishes are made-to-order
Murray's Delicatessen - Enjoy majestic views of the Marina in a New York-style deli. All-American platters for breakfast. For lunch and dinner, enjoy matzo ball soup, smoked fish, towering deli sandwiches, brisket, and more.
77 West - Bobby Flay's nationally-acclaimed restaurant offers Southwestern cuisine with a Bahamian flair.
Seafire Steakhouse - Tempting starters from classic shrimp cocktail to oysters Rockefeller complement entrees such as spit-roasted prime rib and lemon pepper tuna. A variety of signature martinis and collection of fine wines. Open for dinner only.
Poseidon's Table - Dine in the "Old World" ambiance of this international marketplace, serving regional fare at made-to-order food stations. Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Virgil's Real BBQ - Features family-style dining with Southern-style offerings that include rubs and marinades enhanced by gentle smoking over hickory, oak, and fruit woods. Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Chop Stix - Atlantis' Asian dining experience. Contemporary Chinese cuisine and unique entrees. Open for dinner.
The Point Restaurant & Bar - Situated along Nassau Harbor, The Point is the perfect place to watch the Bahamian sunset. The dinner menu features a selection of salads and sandwiches, as well as steak, chicken, and seafood with Bahamian flair. Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Casa D'Angelo - Authentic Italian dining in an intimate environment. Children 6 and under are not permitted. Open for dinner.
Seagrapes - Buffet restaurant features views of the marine exhibits and ocean. The fare includes culinary delights from around the world in addition to American comfort foods and Caribbean dishes. Open for breakfast and dinner.
Carmine's - Sumptuous platters of classic italian recipes are served in abundant portions to share with family and friends. Open for dinner.
Olives - Casual dining experience with a three-meal-a-day menu featuring signature interpretive Mediterranean cuisine, as well as a variety of seafood dishes using seasonal fresh ingredients. Open until 3 a.m.
Cafe Martinique - The graceful candlelit Cafe Martinique features French gourmet fare and spectacular marina views. The glass-enclosed cellar will feature an international variety of acclaimed wines. No children 6 and under. Open for dinner.
Daily Activities & Entertainment:
Dolphin Cay, Aquaventure waterpark, nine waterslides, Mandara Spa, 15 Marine Habitats, lazy river
Nightly Activities & Entertainment:
Atlantis Casino, Aura Nightclub, Dragons Nightclub, Jokers Wild Comedy Club, Atlantis Theater, CRUSH teen club, live nightly entertainment
Atlantis Kids Adventures (ages 3-12), CRUSH teen club (ages 13-17), arcade, three children's pools, pottery studio, raceway

Babysitting Fee: yes

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A Must-See!! but way overpriced :(
Mila_Roa, Roatan
Mon Sep 24 04:31:10 EDT 2018
We stayed at the Coral Tower in Atlantis for 2 nights during the beginning of our 20-day honeymoon trip to 4 different continents. I like to review all the hotels once the trip is done so i have comparables and can give an honest review. Atlantis is an amazing resort and huge project. It is so big and so many free things to do, however I feel like the 2 nights/3 days we visited were more than enough. We had a good time, but i recommend it more for families, not couples. The nice part is that all the entrances are included in the resort fee so you don’t have to pay to go on the rides etc. But only 1 out of 3 of the waterpark rides were open. And it was the rapid river one :( boring. So that sucked. The food and drinks are WAYYYY TOO OVERPRICED! Out of the 10+ hotels we stayed at during our trip, Atlantis was by far the most expensive one of all and you definitely don’t get your money’s worth. We stayed one week in Dubai, and in Dubai everything is expensive! especially hotel food and drinks. But Atlantis was still more expensive than dubai and the quality wayy worst. In Dubai you spend the same but the food and quality of the products are amazing and you are treated like a king. However the place is beautiful and i recommend everyone to check it out when you’re in bahamas. But 1-2 nights Max! And eat out!

Excellent Customer Service
Thu Sep 20 02:50:49 EDT 2018
Our first time staying at The Coral at Atlantis, Bahamas. We were graciously greeted by Chardia at the front desk. She was so kind and helpful, which helped make our stay awesome. Would recommend highly.

Amazing employees
Thu Sep 20 02:48:04 EDT 2018
First time stay at this resort and my first impression is the amazingly warm, friendly and helpful employees. The one that stands out most was immediately upon our arrival at check in. Chardia was beautifully warm and welcoming. She answered all our questions and made us feel right at home. Employees like her will keep guests coming back time and time again.

not all it's cracked up to be
MicheleF1915, Mesa, Arizona
Tue Sep 18 18:17:10 EDT 2018
The advertising they have to get you here works. Even reading past reviews you get the idea that it's going to be pricey but maybe worth it? Sadly, even in the off season, the staff acts like you are really putting them out when you ask for a towel at the pool or you inquire about the facilities in general. The grounds around the ENTIRE resort are in need of some pretty major TLC. Cracked and gaping holes around the pools and walk ways, water features sit idle and in despair, etc.. There is so much algae on every fish tank or pond that you can't see in them all that well. The wildlife is covered in it and you wonder if the fish & turtles are dying left and right. Only a portion of the Coral Towers was or has recently been renovated. Signs of nothing to continue the efforts are pretty obvious as you around. The rooms and the lobby was very nicely appointed. Be prepared to put down significant money to eat on the property for average food at best. I expected the overpriced cocktails. However, I didn't expect them to close the restaurants without notice afternoon and/or evening (at least this time of year they did). The website states it's open until a certain time. You show up and a sign on the doors says closed. You will be limited on getting food without hopping in a cab and going across the bridge elsewhere. Consider that an additional $32 plus dollars for every round trip fair with the bridge toll bridge just to experience something off site. They will automatically add gratuity to EVERYTHING so keep your receipts for when you check out. We were aware that the resort would hold a per diem amount of money in advance for your stay. That being said: you MUST check the receipts for any drink or food purchase and dolphin encounter they give you for FREE (certain packages), because it will need to be asked to be deducted at check out. You don't ask, they don't deduct it. Many people were standing in line at check out with the same argument. While you may encounter a helpful staff member here and there, the majority aren't easily entertained at the idea of assisting in the necessary departments of customer service. I suppose when the gratuity is already charged you don't have to crack a smile or extend your arm to grab that towel that they are standing next to in order to appease your traveler that just spent and arm and a leg to be there. Beyond the character flaws or cultural differences, the island and the resort may have some potential if they can clean it up, repair the grounds and offer a little better communication as to what to expect when you get there.

Overpriced and crowded
Hendry1859, New York City, New York
Tue Sep 18 10:50:31 EDT 2018
We went here for a family vacation during Spring break so it wasn't a surprise to us that it was crowded. That being said, it is more than a little irritating that you need to get down to the pool by 8am to put towels on your chair. No time to relax in your room before you start your day! We even had to deal with one of the pool attendants pulling our towels off our chairs to give them to someone else even though we were 10 feet away in the water! However, we were lucky because we stayed at the Coral, which was much less crowded than the pools by the Royal Towers and the water slides. The resort itself is very nice, it has a good variety of restaurants and the service was solid, if unspectacular. The beach at the Coral is very nice, the water was warm and clean - the issue with this beach is that they let the visiting cruise ship passengers use this beach, which then attracts local peddlers who constantly bombard you with offers to sell you drinks and cheap jewelry and braid your hair - joy!! My biggest gripe about the place is that they want to charge you like it is a luxury resort, but they don't treat you like it's a luxury resort - they nickel and dime you for everything. The only free item in the whole resort is the bottled water in the resort gym. That's it. We've stayed in Ritz Carltons and Fairmonts, true luxury hotels, and they know how to treat their guests. They are trying to build relationships, whereas the Atlantis is only trying to get every last dollar out of your pocket. The paddle-board and kayak rentals cost an arm and leg - it was all so over the top it was off-putting. We have friends that have stayed at the Cove and loved it so maybe the pool and beach issues would be better there.

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