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Know Before You Go

This destination may have governmental restrictions and/or recommendations, such as masks or quarantine requirements. Due to the unique nature of our vacation ownership properties, Marriott Bonvoy benefits are limited. For Important Notices and the current status of your resort’s amenities, services, and other potential impacts to your stay, please visit the Property Updates page.

Dining Payments

The food and beverage outlets at Atlantis on Paradise Island operate cashless. The resort will authorize an initial credit card deposit equal to $100 per day at check-in. Additional authorizations will be obtained as required throughout the stay.

Value-Added Tax

The Bahamian government has implemented a Value-Added Tax (VAT), a consumption tax charged at 12% on most goods and services that businesses provide in the Bahamas, including but not limited to credit card deposits, housekeeping services, and internet charges. VAT is also charged on certain goods and services imported from outside the Bahamas.