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:
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.
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.
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

TripAdvisor Web Reviews
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What to expect

TripAdvisor Traveller Reviews
Fun Trip, Extremely expensive...staff not super friendly
Haley S, New Orleans, Louisiana
Thu Jul 19 19:16:01 EDT 2018
My husband and I stayed at the Coral in Atlantis for 5 nights in July of 18. The property is beautiful; however, it's extremely expensive...I'm talking back packing through Europe for 1.5/2 weeks expensive. It's pricey on it's own (you wont find anything to eat for less than $16 per person...keep in mind there's a 12 percent tax and a 15% auto gratuity included on top of that so it's never less than $20 per person, per meal... if you plan to drink anything you can go ahead and plan on spending 15-20 dollars per drink as well) With that in mind, I believe that the customer service should be top notch; however, it mostly leaves much to be desired. I've worked in customer service my whole life (and never in a place as pricey as this) so I understand the importance of giving white glove service (whether or not you charge white glove this case they absolutely do) The overall customer service at Atlantis feels a lot like what you get from a semi-disgruntled employee at the end of their shift at Applebees. No one was rude; however very few people acted like they were happy to be at work or with helping the guests. I've always been a big believer in auto gratuities, because I understand the importance of service industry employees getting tipped; however in this case I think that the auto grats may hurt the service overall...if the employees felt that "going the extra mile" was the only way they'd get tipped, I truly believe it would improve their service. All of this said, there were some stand out housekeepers and (Atlantis) excursion guides on our trip. Also, the sprawling property makes sure that no area is too crowded, etc which was wonderful and the views on the whole were beautiful.

travelinglady12, Calera, Alabama
Thu Jul 19 08:55:10 EDT 2018
We recently returned from our trip to Atlantis. Unfortunately, we were extremely disappointed. It was a series of bad events from the time we arrived. I was told at booking and the day before check in, that the Coral Tower room would have a working balcony. (We had read the reviews regarding renovations.). We were assured multiple tones that the renovations on the balconies were complete and we WOULD have a working balcony. We arrived very late due to a delayed to our working balcony. The room was dirty and smelled like mildew/mold. After a very lengthy conversation, we were moved, for one night to the Presidental suite, but was told we would have to move again to another Coral suite the next morning, without a water view, but would have a balcony. Not what we signed up for. Not to mention, who wants to spend their vacation changing rooms. Upon arrival to the presidential suite, the air conditioning wasn’t working. We spent a great deal of time on the phone and paid to be moved to the Cove. 3room changes and hours on the phone isn’t a great way to start a vacation.... The Cove was nice, but on the 2nd day of our stay, housekeeping didn’t clean our room. Also-the toilet didn’t flush and the tv in the living room want working. We called 3 different times through out the day and was assured they were sending someone right up. No one ever came. We called once again before leaving for dinner. We were told the same thing. We came back—at 11 pm- still no working tv-a toilet that wouldn’t flush-and no housekeeping. (The make up room light was on all day. I checked). We called again and spoke to the rudest person I’ve probably ever encountered. She proceeded to ARGUE with me and tell me that “I never called” and that’s why these issues were not corrected. I explained the times I called and she kept trying to make it my fault. No apology. No interest in correcting the situation. Rude. Finally spoke to her supervisor. Explained issues. Told him we were exhausted and going to bed. He said he would send someone up to address issues the next morning. We showered, got ready for bed, was almost asleep..and low and behold...someone showed up to fix toilet, tv, and bring towels. 😡. No sleep for us. We also had a horrible experience at Seafire Steakhouse. We had a reservation and they put us at a tiny 2 top table that was on the same bench as 2 other parties. Requested another table...there were plenty open...and was told no. The manager kept explaining it was a “great table”. He said he couldn’t put us at one of the bigger , open,tables because they were for parties of 4 or more. I told him there were a ton open and that there are parties of 2-3 at some of them. He ARGUED and said there wasn’t. He finally said, “show me”, and then I walked him to all of the 4 top tables that had parties of 2-3 in them...along with ALL the OPEN tables and he STILL refused to move us. He was very rude. Horrible service. We cancelled our other reservations for Seafire after this My husband and I came here for a quick get away. We were hoping to return with our daughter next summer for a longer stay. But, after this experience, we will stick to Hilton Hawaiian Village and El Conquistador in Puerto Rico. I was appalled at the level of service we did not receive...especially for the price we paid. I’ve never had issues like this at other resorts. What is most appalling was the level of rudeness we encountered. Most of our time was spent changing rooms and dealing with issues. I don’t even feel like it was a vacation.

carollikes2travel, Fort Collins, Colorado
Wed Jul 18 07:07:18 EDT 2018
Our family trip to The Atlantis was met with long lines, disgruntled employees (probably for good reason), a room costing us $350/night that looked similar to a economy motel room with a view overlooking the ugly front entrance and restaurants with exorbitant pricing- we paid $400 at an Italian restaurant for dinner and for that price we shared a plate of lasagna and salad (we bought 2 bottles of wine for the table priced at $200- for wine that is normally around $20). Luckily, a worker secretly told us about a market within walking distance where we could buy reasonably priced snacks and wine for our room. The coup de gras was that our AC quit working in our room for the last 24 hours of our stay. We loved seeing the marine life, but after experiencing the low quality accommodations and poor customer service we have concerns for the welfare of the captive sea life at the Atlantis. Such a disappointment!

Good but has room for improvement
simplyarlene, New York City, New York
Tue Jul 17 06:16:51 EDT 2018
I recently spent a long weekend at the The Coral Atlantis, here are my thoughts.... Check-in/Out Check-in was pretty seamless,my room was ready much earlier than the 4 pm check in time. There was a little confusion during check out but luckily there was a nice lady helping folks out in line that was able to print my account summary and assure me that I didn't have to wait in the check out line. Room/Property As other reviewers have mentioned there's renovation going on at the property, the balcony in my room was directly over a small construction zone. I wasn't too caught up about it because I didn't plan on spending too much time in the room. With that said, there is room for improvement. The balcony window was filthy, you literally couldn't look through it and the toilet in my room worked whenever it wanted to. Some of the decor is dated but I'm assuming that will change once all renovations have been completed. Food/Drink The food and drinks are good but OVERPRICED as many have noted. My suggestion for people visiting Atlantis, especially those traveling with kids, is to bring a duffel bag filled with snacks (chips, granola bars, nuts, etc) AND buy liquor at either a nearby grocery store or in the duty free shop upon arrival. We bought breakfast sandwiches and coffee at Dunkin Donuts in the marina village every morning and it definitely helped us save money. The pizza shop isn't bad either, a plain pie runs about $20 and can be shared by 2 or maybe 3 kids. Anthony's, Murray's Deli, and the Shark Bites cafe will run you $100 or more for a two person lunch or dinner. The other selections are even pricier than that. Overall I think the resort is a great destination for families and those looking for plenty of activities without having to leave the property. Having said that I think Atlantis totally oversells day passes. During the hours of 9-5 the water park is completely over run by day pass holders, its impossible to find a chair and there are long lines to get on rides. Its a complete disservice to those that paid so much to stay on the property. They should shorten the hours for day pass holders so that guest get more use of the water park or offer preferred seating to Atlantis guests.

Foomily 2018
damiano3261, East Windsor, New Jersey
Mon Jul 16 16:25:55 EDT 2018
This was our 3rd visit to Atlantis and we stayed in the newly renovated Coral Towers. Our family extended on this trip from 3 people to 5 so we needed 2 connecting rooms. The rooms were nicely decorated with a balcony and a great view of the beach, sting rays and pools. The rooms had plenty of storage and were very clean and well maintained. We all love this trip the grounds are amazing the slides are awesome and the beaches are great. We stayed in peak season and we never felt overcrowded or waited in huge lines even when the cruises ships arrived. Its all about planning and staying at the furthest pools when the cruise ships are in port and hitting the slides when they leave. The service was great at check in and most of the people are very friendly and accommodating. Of course we found our share of nasty attitudes at some of the restaurants and even in the hotel ice cream station "Sun and Ice".

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