Atlantis Resort Offers Fall Getaway Special

 
 
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Atlantis Resort Offers Fall Getaway Special

Published 08/03/2010

(Nassau, The Bahamas) - Atlantis, Paradise Island resort in The Bahamas is offering a major fall getaway special with the Fall Special package. Stay three nights and get the fourth night free, plus free companion airfare, and this includes an Atlantis Experience Pass. The package for the five-day/four-night package starts at $299 per person (kids 11 & under are no charge). It must be booked by August 22 for travel August 15 through December 22. Various restrictions apply - see their website, www.atlantis.com.

Package includes:

Unlimited access to Aquaventure, a 141-acre waterscape with thrilling water slides and rides; and a marine habitat which has over 50,000 marine animals and is the largest open-air habitat in the world. Children (11 and under) always stay and play for free.

Atlantis Experience Pass is included with every booking and includes:

Two shallow water dolphin interactions for the price of one. Two rounds of golf at the championship Ocean Club Golf Course for the price of one. Two complimentary margaritas at Bobby Flay’s Mesa Grill. Sushi and Sake sampler at Nobu. Two complimentary cocktails at Seafire. One night of dancing for two at Aura nightclub - the hottest nightclub in the Caribbean. When you arrive at Atlantis, you will receive the exclusive Atlantis Experience Pass.

The Fall Special can be booked by calling 1-800-Atlantis or online at Atlantis.com.

Atlantis, Paradise Island is the flagship resort of Kerzner International, a leading international developer and operator of destination resorts, casinos and luxury hotels.  This unique, ocean-themed destination is located on Paradise Island, The Bahamas, and features a variety of accommodations, all built around a 141-acre waterscape comprised of over 20 million gallons of fresh and saltwater lagoons, pools and habitats.  Home to the largest open-air marine habitat in the world, there are over 50,000 marine animals in lagoons and displays, including The Dig, a maze of underwater corridors and passageways providing a journey through ancient Atlantis.

Atlantis is also home to Aquaventure, a non-stop water experience consisting of thrilling water slides, a mile-long river ride with high intensity rapids and wave surges, and never-before-seen special effects. Dolphin Cay, the resort’s interaction and education center, was created with the goal of enlightening visitors about the wonders of these remarkable ocean inhabitants.

The Cove Atlantis, a 600-room resort, features oversized rooms with a step down living space, spectacular designs by acclaimed interior architects Jeffrey Beers and David Rockwell, unprecedented services and amenities, private all-adult and family pools, lavish cabanas and breathtaking views of the ocean.  Atlantis is also known as a major culinary destination in The Caribbean with a collection of restaurants from world-renowned chefs including Nobu Matsuhisa, Jean-Georges Vongerichten and Bobby Flay.  The resort boasts an impressive collection of luxury boutiques and shops, and the largest casino, conference center, meeting and convention facilities in The Caribbean.

For further information about Atlantis, Paradise Island; telephone 954-809-2000, or visit Atlantis.com.  For reservations, call your travel agent or 800-ATLANTIS.

 

 
     

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