Lagoons, Caves, Coral Formations at Atlantis
Welcome to Atlantis, Bahamas! If you are lucky enough to vacation in this amazing resort, expect to be wowed. With an amazing collection of marine habitats and aquariums that encompass lagoons, submerged caves, coral formations and underwater ruins. Their 14 lagoons that store eight million gallons of salt water and more that 50,000 aquatic animals (250 marine species!) even has us at Premier Pools and Spas inspired! While having fun, guests are able to learn as well. The Bahamas have been voted “Best Place to Dive With Big Animals” for the last 10 years in a row.
Atlantis has Sharks! Sharks! Sharks!
Walking with the Sharks is easy and fun. Using state-of-the-art, clear-glass helmets, you can walk on the bottom of the Shark Exhibit at the Mayan Temple.
Paradise Island offers resort guests more than 20 swimming areas and 11 different pools, that includes three kid’s pools! Paradise Lagoon, which boasts a 7-acre saltwater lagoon for snorkeling with thousands of tropical fish is a very big tourist attraction for the hotel.
The fun never ends in Atlantis!
With water slides, river rides, pools, beaches, private cabanas and rock climbing…you just can’t become bored! One of The most famous slides at Atlantis is called the ‘Leap of Faith’. A 60-foot, nearly vertical drop allows the adrenaline to flow! Seen here (and above), riders drop down from the top of the Mayan Temple replica into an acrylic tunnel that is submerged in a shark-filled lagoon. ‘The Abyss’ is another adventure slide if you are into thrilling and adventuresome activities. It starts off in complete darkness for a staggering 50-foot vertical drop, once you surface into the light again you still have to drop another 150 feet! The slide ends in an underground lair filled with alligator gars and fish. If you would like to have a once-in-a-lifetime experience with dolphins then, head on over to the Dolphin Cay! Guests can have a ball in this 14-
acre, near 7 million gallon tank of seawater. Swim alongside a playful dolphin, then feel the rush of a “foot push” across the water. Plus feed, hug, kiss, and dance with your new friend.
Atlantis in your
We got pool envy just looking at this gorgeous resort, so we don’t blame you if you did as well! One of the first things that people want to know when they talk to a swimming pool contractor is, “How much is this going to cost me?” If you’ve never gotten a pool before, you probably don’t have a clue. There are several factors that will determine the inground pool cost and that will be determined primarily by you. Although pool prices will vary from region to region in the country, a typical base pool price starts around $20,000 – $28,000 in most areas. This would cover a freeform, geometric, or classic-style pool with no spa attached. If you live in an area that has hard, rocky or sloping terrain, you may incur some extra excavation or engineering costs, but as a rule, most of the pools that we build are in relatively flat lots.