The Atlantis Paradise Island resort was built as a tribute to the legendary lost city of the same name. It is a 141-acre premier luxury resort and one of the finest, not just in the Bahamas but in the Caribbean as a whole. It’s the Royal Towers Bridge Suite, which joins the two buildings and can be found on the 23rd floor, that is the really smart part of the hotel. Spanning ten plush rooms, topped by 12-foot high ceilings and full sized windows, and a grand piano. The suit, one of the most expensive in the world, also has twin entertainment centres, a formal dining room with a 22-karat gold chandelier, whirlpool tubs, and a permanent staff of seven to cater to your every whim and fancy around the clock.
The walls are laced with painted stencilling, tickled with gold glitter, while the intricate architectural detail creates an air of elegance and grandeur. The grand foyer boasts marble flooring throughout and gold edged mirror with a powder bath.