by Lisa A. Grimaldi | September 15, 2015
The 3,400-room Atlantis Paradise Island in the Bahamas has embarked on a two-year renovation to several areas of the megaresort. The project will be overseen by design firm Jeffrey Beers International.

Already under way is a renovation of the Marketplace restaurant, which will reopen as Poseidon's Table in December. The redesign of Plato's, the lounge in Royal Towers, also has begun; the new space will have a beach-like atmosphere and a central bar upon reopening in mid-February 2016.

Other enhancements include the November launch of Salon Privé, a new space in the casino with high-limit slot machines, private rooms for high-stakes table-game players, and a 16-foot curved glass aquarium. The guest rooms in the 600-suite Cove Atlantis are receiving new furnishings, set for completion next May. The resort will remain fully operational throughout the project.