The planned Atlantis resort at Ko Olina Resort & Marina will have roughly 800 hotel rooms and 524 residences, according to an announcement today that adds a few details to the previously publicized project.
An affiliate of developer China Oceanwide Holdings Ltd. said the project on 26 acres of beachfront land also will have an aquarium, a water park, restaurants, bars, retail boutiques, a beach club, a spa, a fitness centre and event space.
China Oceanwide, a Chinese company that bought the development site in September for $280 million, announced the details in partnership with Kerzner International Holdings Ltd. Kerzner will manage the property under its Atlantis brand.
The two companies did not provide any projected development cost or timetable. However, Jeff Stone, Ko Olina’s master developer who orchestrated the land sale, previously said Atlantis Ko Olina is a roughly $1.5 billion project that could start construction in mid-2017 and be finished two years later.