Bahamas Latin America / Caribbean

Kosher Options @ Atlantis, Paradise Island, Bahamas


While the Atlantis Resort in the Bahamas does not have a Kosher kitchen, it is offering a few options for their Kosher consumers, albeit at insane prices:

  1. Atlantis carries a limited number of Weberman's frozen kosher entrees for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
    • Breakfast: $30 per item plus 15% gratuity = $34.50
    • Lunch/Dinner: $40 per item plus 15% gratuity = $46
    • Dessert: $10 per item plus 15% gratuity = $11.50
  2. Guests may bring their own kosher meals. Contact Room Service 7 days before your arrival. Guests must ensure that all your food products arrive on property in a satisfactory condition. Food must be fully cooked in disposable trays, double wrapped in foil. Food must be clearly labeled by day and meal period (breakfast, lunch or dinner). Raw food requiring preparation and cooking will not be accepted. 
  • The following service fees are what Atlantis charges you just to heat up your food!
    • In Suites: $15 per item warming fee plus room service charge & 15% gratuity = $17.25+
    • In Gourmet Restaurants: $35 per item warming fee plus 15% gratuity = $40.25
    • In Specialty Restaurants: $15 per item warming fee plus 15% gratuity = $17.25


Regardless, you must contact Room Service prior to arrival at 242-363-3000 with your full dining details and special needs. Kosher meals are not included with Atlantis dining plans.


Unsure if this makes visiting Atlantis more enticing, or more of a turnoff, but at least they are attempting to accomodate Kosher observant guests. Whether you can afford it or are willing to pay their insane fees is another story.

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Dani Klein

Dani Klein is the founder of YeahThatsKosher, is passionate about global travel, good kosher food / restaurants, social media & the web, technology, digital marketing, and spending time with his friends & family.

Dani has an MBA in Marketing and works in the Social Media Marketing field for a large media agency.

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  • I have never been to much of a Weberman’s fan. This winter we are actually going to the Bahamas (So excited!!) on a Kosherica cruise so we will have food all taken care of. Though in any event, this could be a handy tip. And it is nice to hear that they are catering to Jewish clientele.