The Royal at Atlantis

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The iconic Royal Towers reflect the mythical Atlantis, designed with stunning architecture and unique murals and sculptures - all evoking the myth of Atlantis. The magnificent spire-topped towers contain 1,201 rooms and offer stunning architecture and artwork, with easy access to the Atlantis Casino, Aquaventure waterpark, and Mandara Spa.

The recently renovated rooms of the Royal Towers offer terrace, harbor, or water views from the balcony. Guests enjoy 24 hour room service, as well as the benefit of complimentary full access to Aquaventure, Atlantis Paradise Island's one-of-a-kind 141-acre water park.

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
Coral Towers
Harborside Resort
The Cove
The Reef

Learn more about the dining programs available to Atlantis guests!
Our most centrally located tower offering easy access to the exciting Atlantis Casino, thrilling Aquaventure waterpark, and relaxing Mandara Spa.

Local Phone: 242-363-3000
Boutique Shops
Business Services
Currency Exchange
Number of Pools: 1
Outdoor Pools: 1     
Swim-up Bar
Paradise Lagoon - a seven-acre saltwater swimming and water-sports area with snorkeling, kayaks, and paddle boats available for rent.
Ocean Club Golf Course
Par 72 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
Steam Room: Additional Charge
Manicure / Pedicure: Additional Charge
Facials: Additional Charge
The Royal at Atlantis is the heartbeat of Atlantis & centrally located to all of the resorts premier attractions. Includ ed in your stay is complimentary access to The Dig & Ruins Lagoon, Aquaventure Waterpark, 11 pools and the Royal Casino. Check-in: 4:00 p.m.
Check-out: 11:00 a.m.
Total Rooms: 1201
Year Opened: 1998 Credit Cards:
Other Amenities -
There are 18 Restaurants at The Royal at Atlantis:
Murray's Delicatessen - Enjoy majestic views of The Marina in a New York-style deli. Breakfast includes a variety of all-American platters. For lunch and dinner, enjoy matzo ball soup, smoked fish, deli sandwiches, brisket, and more. Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
77 West - Bobby Flay's nationally-acclaimed restaurant serves 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 offers an extensive collection of fine wines. Open for dinner.
Poseidon's Table - Dine in the "Old World" ambiance of this international marketplace, serving made-to-order food stations. Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Virgil's Real BBQ - Breakfast, lunch, and dinner a la carte. Family style dining with rubs and marinades enhanced by hours of gentle smoking over hickory, oak, and fruit woods.
Chop Stix - Asian Dining with comtemporary 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 offers salads, sandwiches, steak, chicken, and seafood prepared with a 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 - This buffet restaurant features views of the marine exhibits and ocean. The fare includes international and local dishes as well as American comfort foods. Open for breakfast and dinner.
Carmine's - Family-style dining experience with sumptuous platters of classic Italian recipes served in abundant portions to share with family and friends. Open for dinner.
Olives - Casual dining with three-meal-a-day menu featuring signature Mediterranean cuisine, as well as a variety of seafood dishes, prepared with 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 features an international variety of acclaimed wines. Children 6 and under not permitted. 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 not permitted. Open for dinner.
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 under an aquatic painted domed ceiling.
Bahamian Club - Traditional fine dining in a warm club atmosphere. The dinner menu features gourmet salads, the finest cuts of steak, chicken, and fresh grilled seafood. Open for dinner.
Mosaic - Casual Mediterranean dining with cooking stations providing made-to-order dishes.
Daily Activities & Entertainment:
Dolphin Cay, Aquaventure waterpark, nine waterslides, Mandara Spa, 15 Marine Habitats, lazy river
Nightly Activities & Entertainment:
Atlantis Casino, Dragons Nightclub, Aura Nightclub, Atlantis Theater, CRUSH teen nightclub, Jokers Wild Comedy Club, live nightly entertainment
Atlantis Kids Adventures (ages 3-12), CRUSH teens club (ages 13-17), 3 children's pools, pottery studio, arcade, and raceway

Babysitting Fee: yes

TripAdvisor Web Reviews
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What to expect

TripAdvisor Traveller Reviews
A very expensive 4 night Family Vacation
Amani K,
Mon Dec 11 19:00:39 EST 2017
Our first family vacation with our kids ages 6 and 18 months. Vacation dates: 12/7/17 - 12/11/17 Booked through orbitz (all inclusive plan not available) Pros: Beautiful property outdoors, amazing views, many pools to choose from, decent amount of towel stands and food places outdoor near the pools, nice and friendly staff, the lady who cleaned our room was a sweet heart, gorgeous architecture, food was tasty for the most part, and kids enjoyed the waterpark a lot. Food at olives was great (but expect a long wait). The marina pizzeria was also good. Chop stix was great food and atmosphere -the way they celebrate birthdays was the best! Great celebration music and staff at chop stix. Getting a taxi was easy and convenient. Cons: Terrace room on the 14th floor - double queen beds - bed sheets had some stains, they did not smell so great, towels were also dirty and smelled, each time I called house keeping to ask for a towel, or tooth brush or anything - it would take them over an hour to bring it to us or they wouldn’t bring it at all and I would have to call again to remind them, food is very expensive!, restaurants cost us over $170 (with 1-2 drinks) each time and outdoor food (mainly snacks and quick bites) by the pools cost over $80 (with 1-2 drinks), the carpet in the room smelled and had stains also, the tub had marks and was peeling, the water pressure for the sink was too hard so each time our clothes got wet, furniture is outdated, I waited over an hour for a tooth brush before check out and ended up checking out and going to the convenience store to purchase a tooth brush and brush on the restroom before heading to the airport, and the kids club is not all that - just a small arcade area and very limited and boring activities. Different taxi drivers charge different rates for same distance and type of car (that was weird). Tips: Better house keeping staff and training, more kids activities, more choices for kids food, choice of carpet-less rooms (maybe hardwood floor or tiles?), upgrade room and bathroom furniture and decor, clean towels and sheets are a MUST, provide complimentary tooth brushes and tooth paste without having to call each morning, and hire more staff with proper training to assist with the professional photography (I waited 30 minutes for pictures and only 1 out of 12 was okay) - when hiring people to take pictures, make sure they know what they are doing. For a 4 night vacation, this trip cost us over $4,000 😱

Great trip! (First timer with a toddler)
agnes1616, toronto
Mon Dec 11 06:48:51 EST 2017
This was our first time traveling with our 3 year old and it was great! This resort is a perfect place for family vacations. Below are some of my comments and tips from a family of 3 traveling on a budget for 5 days. Getting there: we just took a taxi from outside the airport. It came to $44 (base of $38 -> this is displayed on pillars, plus extra few bucks for extra person and extra luggage) Check in & Room - very quick and very smooth. Our hotel room was ready upon check in (1pm). The lady at the check in could clearly see that our toddler was sick (he caught a cold and had a fever) and we asked for a room with a full balcony as clearly we wouldn't have been going out much in the evening and she was able to accommodate and gave us a large room on the 12th floow east tower. The view was great and faced the harbour and a part of the ocean. Room was spacious and had a mini fridge that was sensitive by weight. You can use the top shelf to store your own items. The shelf is about 16 inches wide, and 6 inches deep and wide. The room was decent, but it can use a face lift. Food: We followed what a lot of reviews said and brought a lot of food to cover breakfast and snacks in between meals. I packed muffins, croissants, apples, pears, mini cereal boxes, granola bars, premade child fruit pouches, juice boxes, almond milk in individual juice box like containers (and lots of random cookies, chips and other snacks). There is a small convenience store beside the elevators that sells milk in 1L containers that fit perfectly in the top shelf of the fridge for $6. Or a glass of milk will cost you $4.90 from Plato's. I bought disposable bowls, plates, and cutlery so my son had cereal for breakfast and before bed and i just threw the bowls/spoons away (I didn't want to spend time washing dishes). There is a coffee maker in the room and I would boil water and place a cup of milk in the hot kettle so it warms the milk. Although they provide starbucks coffee with the coffee machine, i personally would never use a inroom coffee machine as I don't think they ever get cleaned. We ate lunch around the pool daily. We would get the meals and had reusable cups with free refills. You can get a meal for $10-$12 and the food was quite good. For dinner we walked to the marina village (looks farther on the map than it actually is). We ate at Marina Pizza (bought the 12 inch pizza for $21 which was a good size for us), Burger Shack, and Murray's deli. All good food and it was ok in price. Resort: Beautiful resort with lots to keep the little one entertained. The marine life was fun to watch and something to do during the down times. We took a stroller. Many complained about it not being stroller friendly, but the thing is, there are lots of hidden lifts and elevators. The first day we spent a lot of energy picking up the stroller up and down stairs but by the last day we didn't have to do it once as we had it figured out. Just ask around for where lifts are. General comments: -check your bill when you leave, they added a $21 for some internet fee. When i asked i was told it was because we had more than 4 devices. I said we only had 2 and they took it off. Also they didn't apply the $150 resort fee that we had so they had to change the bill again. In total, after all our food, a $27 picture frame, and a coke from the mini fridge our bill came out to be $160USD (after the resort fee was applied). -we went the week after the USA Thanksgiving and it was amazingly quiet. I read so many reviews about having to reserve chairs and long line ups. On the first day there it was just us and another family at the splashers kid's pool. By the time we left (Friday) 2 conferences had arrived and it was getting quite busy. -there are tips and taxes added to everything so keep that in mind -staff was very friendly at all times Overall a great trip!

Dated and Disappointing
ATLHotelLuva, New York City, New York
Thu Dec 07 03:56:53 EST 2017
I’ve been wanting to visit Atlantis for YEARS! Finally got the chance, and stayed in Royal Towers first, because that’s where my friends were staying. NEVER AGAIN. So many issues I can’t even write them all, but here’s the bottom line (1) CLEANLINESS: the rooms were cleaned very poorly. The first room I checked into, the bathroom hadn’t been cleaned. I moved and the second room toilet hadn’t been cleaned and had brown sediment in the bottom (2) POORLY MAINTAINED: in my first room, my shower head was broken and the paint on the bathroom ceiling was bubbling and peeling. The patio door wouldn’t open in my second room. (3) OVERPRICED: Mediocre food. Mediocre rooms. Excessive pricing for all!!!! On the plus side, the property has a ton to do and you can do a lot that is included in the room price/resort fee. I’m switching to The Cove today. Here’s hoping it’s SIGNIFICANTLY BETTER. Since I’m paying significantly more for it!

Great time
Ghillyma, Braintree, Massachusetts
Wed Dec 06 12:56:50 EST 2017
My family of 11 were at the Atlantis Royal tower from 11/4-11/11. We had a great trip. This was our 9th trip to the Atlantis. Anthony the bartender at Platos kept us entertained each day. He is certainly a pleasure. Nellie the bar manager was very hospitable. Other than the fact that food is totally outrageous, we love it there. There is something for every age group. The rooms could use a little TLC but they were clean.

My trip to Paradise
William J, Houston
Wed Dec 06 11:58:05 EST 2017
Atlantis is a must do location. The Bahamas are a great destination. We stayed in the Royal Towers but when booking thought we were to have a Suite! Room was good with a great view above the tree line as to see the waters daily! The front desk must have mixed our reservation up as we wanted a Kingsize as always, and had 2 beds! No suites available as we were told! Food was great, a little pricey as all things are imported except the Local fish! Drinks are also high in cost, but adequate in content! Local shops are pleasant and have most everything you need! The hotel mini store did not have Cokes or 7up so Gatoraide was found and also was on the high end of cost! Staff was pleasant and helpful! If you go to play golf, bring your clubs as rentals are higher than in the states! The Ocean Club is a definite must due! Hope you break 80 as I did! The on-site acquarium is truly special! The Casino is a great spot to spend money as for the most part, not as good of payback as LasVegas! Go and have the sun fun and pool time!

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