Atlantis Paradise Island’s latest multimillion-dollar renovation will include new VIP accommodations and a third restaurant by a Michelin-starred chef.
In partnership with David Grutman of Groot Hospitality, Atlantis will open a brand-new “oasis within an oasis,” resort dubbed Somewhere Else, replacing the current site of The Beach Tower. This unique oceanfront escape, opening in 2024, will offer 400 guest rooms and suites alongside dining venues, landscaped grounds, multiple pools, recreation areas, upscale amenities and live performances—all within easy reach of Atlantis’ other dining and entertainment options.
Chef Michael White, the multi-starred New York Times and Michelin recognized Italian chef, and former chef/owner of prominent dining destinations Convivio, Alto, Ai Fiori and Marea in New York City, will join Nobu Matsuhisa and Jose Andrés, making Atlantis the only resort in the region to boast three Michelin star-rated chefs. The four-time James Beard Award nominee will serve modern coastal Italian cuisine at his latest outpost, Paranza at The Cove, expected to open this year.
In addition, upgrades and enhancements include the redevelopment of The Beach Tower by summer 2022, followed by all Royal Tower guest rooms and suites. The Atlantis Casino will undergo a refresh that will include modern finishes, shimmering textures, celestial fixtures and flowing lines echoing the refractions of the sea.
The Cove, the resort’s luxury all-suite hotel, recently debuted the Lapis Club Lounge offering breathtaking views of Paradise Island, daily breakfast, hors d’oeuvres and a full-service bar. The hotel also introduced Sapphire Services, new bespoke concierge offerings, including bookable experiences such as intimate beach dinners, exclusive programming at the resort’s 14-acre marine mammal habitat—Dolphin Cay, and private cabanas. The adults-only Cove Pool will also undergo a refresh.
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