Atlantis Paradise Island is the world’s premier ocean-themed resort located on Paradise Island in the Bahamas and easily one of the most #BingeWorthy vacation sites on the planet.The property features no less than six hotels, villa and condominium-style accommodations all built around a massive 141-acre water park that includes fresh and saltwater lagoons, marine habitats, pools, water slides and river rides.
The six different accommodations include The Beach Tower and The Coral Towers hotels. There is also The Royal Towers hotel featuring the #BingeWorthy Bridge Suite, which was at one time was considered the most expensive hotel room in the world at over $25,000 per night. Accommodations also include the 392-villa Harborside Resort, The Reef condo-hotel residences, and an opulent 600-suite tower called The Cove Atlantis.
#BingeWorthy Water Park
However, visitors rarely spend the day stuck inside a hotel room at Atlantis Paradise Island, thanks to a #BingeWorthy water park that keeps kids of all ages coming back for more all day long.
The water park includes the Mayan Temple slides featuring water rides like the 60-foot Leap of Faith that sends riders through a shark tank, and the high-speed Challenger Slides. The park also includes the mile-long Rapid River ride with waves, rapids, and waterfalls throughout.
The most visible attraction in the water park is the 120-foot Power Tower that hosts four different water slides. The Abyss drops riders 50 feet in the dark. The Drop, The Falls and The Surge are jet propelled inner-tube slides that are as much roller coasters as they are water rides.
The park also features a pool and 14 lagoons and aquarium facilities with more than 50,000 marine animals including sharks, barracudas, stingrays.
Fine Dining to Casual Fare: #BingeWorthy Dining
From fine dining to casual fare, Atlantis Paradise Island is also home to a number of ‘BingeWorthy’ restaurants. These include fine Japanese cuisine at Chef Nobu Matsuhisa’s famous Nobu restaurant and Mediterranean cuisine at celebrity chef Todd English’s Olives Atlantis.
More casual but equally #BingeWorthy dining can be enjoyed at places including the Poseidon’s Table buffet, Bimini Road Caribbean restaurant, and more than a dozen more restaurant and bar locations on the property.
Even More to Do
The things to do are almost endless at Atlantis as the resort also includes 14-acre Dolphin Cay where visitors can swim with the dolphins, an 18-hole Tom Weiskopf-designed Ocean Club Golf Course, the award-winning Mandara Spa, the 9,000-square-foot Aura nightclub and a myriad of entertainment options catering to all ages and tastes.
Just in case your #BingeWorthy vacation involves trying to spin up a bit of a bankroll, sitting atop the seven-acre lagoon that connects the hotel towers is The Atlantis Casino featuring 85 gaming tables and more than 700 slot machines. The casino also plays host to the annual PokerStars Championship Bahamas poker tournament series every January, featuring some of the best poker players in the world playing for millions of dollars in prize money.
Of course, if simply binging on sun, sand, and surf is what you’re after, Atlantis is in the Bahamas on its own 685 acres island just off the shore from Nassau, and there’s plenty of beach space to enjoy.
There’s really something for everyone at Atlantis Paradise Island, and the weather is great all year round, making it obviously one of the most #BingeWorthy vacation spots in the world.