You have most assuredly heard of the mythical city of Atlantis. Many sailors may have gone missing looking for the lost city of the sea, but luckily we have other plans. On the north side of Nassau in the Bahamas is a world-renowned resort that goes by the same name. The inspiration should be evident with one glance at this tropical paradise and the marina can accommodate vessels up to 240 feet. Any adventurous captains that want to explore the island will find themselves treated to full access of all resort facilities included in the docking fees as well as first rate amenities exclusive to the marina. For anyone not arriving by water, fear not, there is first class flight and concierge service to Atlantis available as well.
take a look at what this island paradise has to offer
While you’re more than welcome to stay on your ship and receive the same excellent service, the suites available may tempt you into spending at least a few nights on land. The Presidential and Royal Suites will embrace travelers in a cozy home away from home with dining and living spaces and expansive terraces overlooking the Caribbean. If you are traveling with a larger group, the one-of-a-kind Royal Bridge Suite is the most elegant option available, complete with ten private rooms, a spacious luxury dining hall with a 22 karat gold chandelier, and a massive living room featuring a Grand piano for entertaining.
All of the best luxury hotels and resorts feature a world class restaurant, but a paradise island isn’t just any luxury hotel or resort. There are a total of seven fine dining experiences within Atlantis alone, not to mention the vast array of other eateries within the resort and around Nassau. Nobu is an excellent choice for traditional Japanese dishes, and you can’t go wrong with Casa D’Angelo for an exquisite taste of Italy, but the one restaurant you simply can’t miss is The Bahamian Club with its meticulous service and exemplary cuisine.
You could easily spend an entire season at Atlantis and never tire of the diverse selection of activities available. The Ocean Club Golf Course, designed by Tom Weiskopf, is one of the most scenic and challenging courses in the world. If you’re wanting to attune with nature, Dolphin Cay is a truly breathtaking marine habitat that preserves and rehabilitates marine animals while allowing educational hands-on experiences to guests where you can swim with the dolphins or splash with the sea lions in a safe environment for an experience unlike anything in the world. If you’re looking for some other types of fun in the water, there’s an entire water park exclusive to the resort along with kayaking and other water sports. There are spas, beaches, and a nightlife that is thriving year round. The only thing you might have trouble finding is a reason to leave.