Named Somewhere Else, the property will feature 400 rooms and bungalows with recording studios
Pharrell Williams has partnered with Miami-based nightlife entrepreneur David Grutman to open Somewhere Else, a new resort on Atlantis Paradise Island in the Bahamas.
Set to open in January 2024, Somewhere Else will comprise 400 rooms and suites, multiple restaurants and bars, and bungalows with recording studios — with an emphasis on indoor-outdoor flows with lush, freeform landscaping.
The property will aim to offer an immersive experience, blending Grutman’s vast knowledge of the hospitality industry with Williams’s creativity across several genres.
The duo already partnered on successful ventures including the Swan restaurant and The Goodtime Hotel in Miami
Somewhere Else will feature an oceanfront beach, multiple pools and recreation areas, luxury amenities and live entertainment. The property will also be within easy reach of Atlantis Paradise Island’s myriad dining and entertainment options.
Atlantis Paradise Island is home to five properties, including the iconic towers of The Royal; the family-friendly accommodations at The Coral; residential-style studios and suites at The Reef; opulent suites at The Cove, and water-side villas at Harborside Resort.
For more information, visit www.atlantisbahamas.com