The Reef Atlantis (4.5*)

Opened in 2007, The Reef Atlantis’ 497 studios and suites feature balconies, kitchens or kitchenettes, flat-screen TVs, and DVD/CD players, and are perfect for families since the resort provides all the comforts of home plus easy access to activities and entertainment within Atlantis


Hotel Details

  • located directly on Paradise Beach, within Atlantis
  • access to all Atlantis amenities
  • world's largest open-air Marine Habitat
  • 141-acre water scape of thrilling slides, rivers and pools
  • restaurants
  • bars


Room Features


  • 523 sq ft
  • terrace, harbor or ocean view
  • private balcony
  • kitchen
  • living area
  • flat screen HDTV
  • on-site laundry facilities


One Bedroom Suite:

  • 974 sq ft
  • terrace, harbor or ocean view
  • private balconies
  • master bedroom with king bed
  • two full bathrooms
  • fully equipped kitchen
  • dining area
  • living room and sitting area with sleeper sofas
  • flat-screen HD TVs, Bose sound system
  • washer and dryer



The hotel does not have its own restaurant, but there are numerous restaurants within Atlantis complex and in the area:

  • Mesa Grill – a mixture of Southwestern cuisine with a Bahamian twist
  • Nobu – features Japanese cuisine by celebrated Japanese Chef Nobu Matsuhisa
  • Mosaic - custom-made, Mediterranean-influenced cuisine, featuring action cooking stations to prepare dishes on demand
  • Seaglass – offers a variety of table games and signature drinks beneath a backdrop of spectacular Bahamian sunsets.              
  • Marketplace – features regional fare at made-to-order food stations in the ambiance of international marketplace,
  • Seagrapes – offers fun family favorites made in live-action cooking stations
  • Bimini Road – colourful casual restaurant serving Caribbean fare
  • The Point Restaurant and Bar - a perfect place to watch the Bahamian sunset, features a dinner menu with a selection of salads and sandwiches, as well as steak, chicken and seafood prepared with Bahamian flair.
  • Murray's Deli – popular place to have breakfast and enjoy charming views of the Marina
  • Atlas Bar and Grill – a casual restaurant with the energy of the Atlantis Casino
  • Lagoon Bar and Grill – perfect for having lunch on the open-air terrace under the aquatic painted domed ceiling
  • Carmine's – features family-style Italian dining experience
  • Johnny Rockets – family-friendly and fun 1950s style dinner
  • Family – friendly Johnny Rockets is a fun 1950’s style diner where tabletop Jukeboxes belt out tunes for a nickel
  • Chop Stix – features contemporary Chinese cuisine with the Pacific rim
  • Café Martinique – exquisite French cuisine by famed chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten
  • Dune – Asian cuisine infused with Bahamian influences.
  • Bahamian Club – traditional fine dining in a warm and inviting club atmosphere
  • Casa D’Angelo – Chef Angelo Elia brings his award-winning South Florida Italian eatery to The Bahamas.
  • Courtyard Terrace – features contemporary Mediterranean cuisine
  • Seafire Steakhouse – features rich, smoked, seared and grilled flavors of succulent fare



The world of Atlantis amenities:


Dolphin Cay:

  • features 14-acres and 6.6 million gallons of crystal clear seawater -  one of the largest and most sophisticated marine habitats and dolphin rescue-rehabilitation facilities anywhere in the world
  • swimming with dolphins in shallow or deeper water



  • 141-acre waterscape available to every guest of the Atlantis Resort
  • features over twenty million gallons of water, incredible Atlantean-themed towers, rock climbing, exciting high-speed water slides, a mile-long river ride with rolling rapids and wave surges, 20 swimming areas, a spectacular kids water-play fort and 11 unique and refreshing swimming pools


Water adventure:

  • snorkeling
  • scuba
  • snuba
  • shark adventures
  • beaches


Marine habitat:

  • the hotel features a collection of marine habitats and aquarium exhibits—lagoons, caves, coral formations and magnificent underwater ruins designed to showcase exotic marine life ranging from dolphins and sea lions to sharks, rays, barracuda, to piranha, eels and even endangered alligator gar.
  • Atlantis Resort hosts the largest such exhibit in the Caribbean and one of the largest in the world consisting of 14 lagoons, eight million gallons of salt water and more than 50,000 aquatic animals representing over 250 marine species



  • golf
  • spa
  • fitness center
  • tennis courts
  • shopping
  • pottery
  • rock climbing
  • gamer’s reef
  • theatre
  • library
  • marina
  • nightclub
  • casino


NEW! How you can make your stay more authentic, sustainable and memorable

These tips provide the insider’s knowledge on how travelers can engage with local culture, make their vacations more memorable, promote sustainability in the region, and enhance their overall holiday experience.

  • Junkanoo is a Bahamian cultural celebration worth seeing, and it takes place during the dark hours of the December 26 and again on New Year’s Day. In downtown Nassau, this colourful parade showcases costumes, art and artifacts that are truly unique to Junkanoo. Visitors have a chance to see costumes made out of cardboard or wood and decorated with brightly colored paper, while rhythmic goombay drums, copper bells and mouth whistles can be heard during performances gliding through Bay Street.
  • The Graycliff Restaurant, located at the Graycliff Hotel, is the first 5-star dining establishment in the Caribbean, which features an impressive menu offering delectable meals. The Bahamian and Continental delights are offered in a perfect balance of artistry and flavor, and restaurant is known for always delivering complete dining satisfaction.
  • Bahamas are known for their lively entertainment and vibrant nightlife. Visitors can attend exciting local dance clubs and laid back lounges, or try their luck at Atlantis Paradise Island Casino or Crystal Palace Casino in Cable Beach, two of the largest casinos in the Caribbean.
Please Note: Time restrictions and extra charges may apply for some activities, watersports or facilities. Some restaurants may be open for certain meals only, have a dress code in effect and/or require reservations. While Sparkling Voyages makes every effort to ensure the accuracy of the information contained herein, it cannot be held responsible for changes, omissions or errors.