Atlantis Marina Village Bahamas

Photograph of Atlantis Marina VillageAtlantis Marina Village is the latest addition to the Atlantis complex is Marina Village, a cross between a tropical village and bustling resort harbor. It’s rapidly becoming THE place to shop and dine in and around Nassau. As shopping centers go, it is perhaps one of the prettiest spots on Paradise Island, not to mention Nassau itself.

Gifts, trinkets, jewelry, specialty confections, swimwear and locally-made crafts are sold side-by-side with the likes of Versace, Hermes and Ferragamo. Five restaurants, including Anthony’s Caribbean Grill (the 20-ounce Junkanoo steak is a treat not to be missed), a couple of fast food snack bars, a Starbucks, and an ice creamery, provide plenty of opportunities for a bite to eat or a break from the hustle and bustle of the shops during the day. At night, however, things really start to pick up. Live music pours out of Bomini Roads – probably the largest restaurant in the entire Bahamas chain – where for $70 to $100 per person you can enjoy the finest Caribbean food available on the islands. And then you can sway to the hypnotic music of Junkanoo as brightly clad dancers parade nightly through the village, or just sit on the dockside and gaze at the multimillion-dollar boats of the jet-set at rest in the marina as they twinkle and shimmer, almost in time with the music that vibrates through the waving palms.

Must-see spots along the pastel-colored, colonial-style promenade of Atlantis Marina Village include Calypso Carousel for women’s clothes, Donngalik’s for art lovers, and the Tortuga Rum kiosk, where even the most discerning sweet tooth can be satisfied by an authentic Caribbean dessert.

The Atlantis Marina Village sits at the foot of the Atlantis Resort on Paradise Island. It’s open daily from 9 am until 5:30 pm. The restaurants open from 11 am until late.
The Atlantis is a place of luxury where you can enjoy outdoor watersports such as windsurfing and waverunning, gamble away the evening in the casino, or watch a Las Vegas-type show.

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The Out Islands are served mainly by Bahamas Air via connections in Nassau and Freeport.

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