Atlantis Paradise Island in the Bahamas is set to embark on a multimillion-dollar renovation, which will include a top-to-bottom revamp of its guestrooms and suites in the Royal towers and a reimagined Atlantis Casino.
Renovation of the property's Royal East Tower is due to be completed by this summer, with a refresh of accommodations in the Royal West Tower to follow shortly after. Both towers will feature new "soothing" design elements that draw inspiration from natural surroundings, including aqua-hued waters, white-sand beaches and coral reefs, Atlantis said.
Included in the overhaul will be the Royal's 4,740-square-foot Bridge Suite, which is on track for completion next year.
The Atlantis Casino, meanwhile, will be receiving various improvements, including more modern finishes and an expansion of its two on-site lounges, which include a high-limit slots lounge and a gaming salon.
The complex is also updating its restaurant offerings, adding renowned chef Michael White to its roster of Michelin-starred culinary partners. (Atlantis Paradise Island has existing fine-dining concepts from Michelin-starred chefs Nobu Matsuhisa and Jose Andres.)
White will spearhead the opening of Italian restaurant Paranza at The Cove, which is expected to debut later this year.
On the casual end, a new Mediterranean-style beachside concession stand, Pita, will be joining the mix. Located near Atlantis' Aquaventure waterpark, Pita will serve shawarma and falafel among other dishes.
The latest upgrades come as Atlantis also prepares to open Somewhere Else, a new property that will replace the resort's Beach Tower. Targeted to open in 2024, the 400-room project is being developed in partnership with David Grutman of Groot Hospitality and musician Pharrell Williams.