Atlantis Bahamas

Play roulette at Atlantis Bahamas. The casino has operated since 1998 and is considered one of the most luxurious casinos in the Caribbean. The casino is open 24/7, however, table games run from 10 AM until 4 AM.

When you play roulette at Atlantis Bahamas at you will find eleven Roulette tables in the casino. Nine of them are American roulette tables and require a minimum bet of $15, however, minimums can move up to $25 during high season and at peak hours. There are two single-0, European tables, with similar betting minimums as the American roulette tables. Roulette wagers are capped at $100.

There are also seven craps tables, and whilst minimums can vary usually you can expect to play with a wager of $15.


Higher limit games

If you’re you’re looking to play games with much higher limits you should consider the three baccarat tables. There, you can play with minimum bets that match the other table games but with maximums of up to $10,000.

There are also poker tables, Caribbean Stud tables, Let It Ride tables and a baccarat table. Again, betting minimums can range between $15-$25, with most wagers capped at $100.

The high limit room at Atlantis includes slot games, video poker games, and a range of table games. Betting minimums never sink below $100 and rarely rise above $10,000.


Video and slot games

If you enjoy playing video versions of table games like craps and roulette you can find them on the casino floor. Expect to play with minimum bets of between $0.50 and $2 and enjoy a drink; while soaking in the experience.

You will find around 700 slot games at the Atlantis, with most being of the penny slot variety. From video slots to classic reeled slots, there’s a game for everyone.


Stay overnight

If you plan on staying a few days to enjoy the whole experience there are a number of hotels to choose from to suit different budgets. Here are a few of them:

The Cove is an “ultra-luxury” resort with around 600 rooms, with suites of all sizes to luxurious beachfront cabanas.

The Royal has around 1,200 standard rooms and is the most identifiable building in the resort. It is also the most affordable of all the hotels.

Harborside Resort offers villa-style accommodations for larger families and groups with habitations that feel a home from home rather than a hotel.



There is no shortage of dining options with anything from casual eating to world-class fine dining:

Casa D’Angelo is the home of award-winning chef Angelo Elia who combines Italian cuisine with flavours of the Bahamas in a luxurious setting.

With a view looking over the Atlantis Marina Café Martinique is probably the most famous restaurant at the resort having been featured in the James Bond film Thunderball.

Mosaic is a restaurant where many of the meals are made in front of you by chefs at the open cooking stations.

Virgil’s Real BBQ offers indoor and outdoor dining and serves BBQ food from Texas, Tennessee, and Kentucky.

Decorated in 1950’s décor Murray’s Deli is a stylish take on the classic NY City deli experience.



There are around 10 bars located within the casino. They offer a range of value options but most of the restaurants also offer more luxurious options.

For other nightlife, you should also visit the Aura Nightclub, a 9,000 sq. foot space designed by the world-renowned Jeffrey Beers. This is located above the casino and offers VIP treatment, DJs, and two full bars.

There are many other experiences on offer you can enjoy during your stays such as a golf course, relaxing spa and plenty of pools and beaches.

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