A marine habitat serves as the centerpiece for this luxe island hotel.
Home to The Dig and Ruins Lagoon --- the largest open-air marine habitat in the world --- Atlantis' Royal Towers offers a unique hotel experience. Taking its color cues from the marine habitat, which is located in the lower lobby, each guest room is done in vibrant blues, soft yellows and burnt oranges. Best of all, though, are the private French balconies overlooking the resort, harbor and/or sea. In addition, each guest room comes with basics such as wireless access, HD TV, 24-hour room service and a digital safe. Luxe amenities include a full-service Mandara Spa, private white sand beach, unlimited Aquaventure visits and more. If you want to spend your time in the water, you can snorkel with manta rays and even become a marine mammal trainer-for-a-day. As for how to spend your nights out, options include a lively casino and Japanese cuisine at Nobu. The hotel's premier accommodation -- the Bridge Suite -- is located between the two towers on the 23rd floor and comes with a permanent staff of seven, a grand piano and twin entertainment centers, a 22-karat gold chandelier in the dining room and twelve-foot ceilings with full-length windows.