The flamingo-pink towers at Atlantis, Paradise Island Resort in The Bahamas are instantly recognisable. If you didn’t need your sunglasses to shield you from the Caribbean sun, then you definitely need them when gazing up at the pink structure, the turquoise sea a kaleidoscopic clash beyond.
One of the most legendary hotels in the world, this colossal resort is not only famous for its pink façade, of course, for it is also known for its ever-evolving offering and longevity within the fickle hotel industry, as it celebrates its 25th anniversary this year.
When hotelier Sol Kerzner opened The Atlantis back in 1994, he invested some $800
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