Inside The Resort Where Travis Kelce and Taylor Swifts Are Staying in The Bahamas - NEWS

Inside The Resort Where Travis Kelce and Taylor Swifts Are Staying in The Bahamas

Discovering Atlantis. For decades, the Atlantis Paradise Island Resort in the Bahamas has been a popular destination for both tourists and some of our favorite celebs, and according to sources, Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift are spending some private time together.

The resort, located just outside of Nassau on Paradise Island, embodies Bahamian culture with its white sand beaches, unique pink architecture, and the world’s largest open-air marine habitat. The resort’s iconic Royal Towers and Bridge Suite have made it a Bahamas landmark.

The oceanfront resort offers a variety of hotel options designed to meet the needs of all travelers. The Coral is conveniently located and provides activities for people of all ages, making it ideal for families. The Harborside Resort offers waterside villas. If you want a more deluxe accommodation, a night or two at the exclusive Cove will satisfy your craving for the finer things. If you prefer a more intimate setting, The Reef’s residential-style rooms may be more appealing.

Regardless of where you stay on the property, all guests have access to the resort’s main attraction: the Aquaventure, a 141-acre waterscape complete with exciting slides, lazy rivers, 11 pools, white sandy beaches, marine habitats, and private beaches.

Atlantis is one of the most remarkable resort in the world, and guests have been returning for years as some reports says Taylor Swift also had a private get away with her Ex Joe Alwyn here.

With the new Sapphire Services, Atlantis guests can partake in a variety of private and semi-private chartered flights to nearby family islands in the Bahamas or excursions to South Florida.

Beloved by many stars, The Cove is the resort’s luxury all-suite hotel. It recently debuted the Lapis Club Lounge which offers breathtaking views of Paradise Island, daily breakfast, hors d’oeuvres and a full-service bar.

Atlantis brought a slice of Hollywood’s hottest dining spot with their very own Nobu. The iconic Japanese restaurant run by Chef Nobu Matsuhisa offers cuisine that blends classic Japanese cooking with Peruvian and European influences sprinkled in. Having a meal at Nobu is the perfect venue to celebrate with loved ones. Making a reservation is recommended.

Cafe Martinique is one of the newest restaurants on the Atlantis property. The restaurant is committed to promoting sustainability in Nassau and does so by featuring a seasonal menu that uses local Bahamian ingredients to create unique Mediterranean-inspired flavors.

Aside from the resort’s gorgeous views and serene atmosphere, Atlantis has pioneered luxury, hospitality, and entertainment in the Caribbean and around the world, and intends to continue doing so. The resort is already planning new expansions and huge upgrades, such as completely redesigned Royal Tower rooms and suites, a reimagined casino, and the addition of a new Michelin-starred chef to its immaculate dining crew. The famous Beach Tower will also be renamed “Somewhere Else” as a result of Atlantis’ new relationship with David Grutman of Groot Hospitality and music star Pharrell Williams.

In addition to upgrades, the tropical getaway launched Sapphire Services, a bespoke concierge platform dedicated to designing amazing experiences for all Atlantis guests. Sapphire Services offers a variety of opportunities to embrace everything the Bahamas has to offer for every kind of guest with their customized #BahamasAtHeart itineraries. Guests can embark on local art walks, day trips to nearby islands, culinary adventures, educational excursions and many more ecotourism expeditions.

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