PARADISE ISLAND, BAHAMAS — Atlantis, Paradise Island resort in the Bahamas is launching a $30 million renovation at Coral Towers beginning this fall, it was announced last month. Atlantis’s complete redesign to the tower is scheduled to be completed by summer 2017, with guestrooms and public spaces re-opening in phases beginning in late December, 2016.
Once completed, the renovated property will unveil a new guest experience, from the arrival to the accommodations, in order to satisfy all guests, including leisure, groups and casino visitors. In addition, the renovation will transform the Coral Towers’ porte-cochere entrance, lobby, reception area, accommodations and overall experience.
Designed to reflect the epitome of a paradise destination, the 10-month renovation project will take shape with the support of HKS global architecture firm, Bilkey Llinas Design interior design firm and British-based DCA Design.
In the coming months, Atlantis expects to share full plans for the project.