What’s better than a week-long stay at the Atlantis Paradise Island Bahamas Resort? With the newest promotion, Atlantis’ “A Little Suiter” deal, you get a week-long stay in a luxurious suite at Atlantis Bahamas, complete with extra perks that will save time, money and hassle!
Atlantis’ “A Little Suiter” special (get it? The deal is a little sweeter!) is a minimum five-night stay in an Atlantis suite with:
- Daily breakfast for two (valued up to $80 per room, per day)
- Private round-trip airport transfers for four
- Daily cocktails for two (valued up to $30 per room, per day)
- Late check-out, based on availability
The deal is good for stays at The Coral, The Royal, The Cove or The Reef. (Here are the details and differences of each Atlantis hotel.)
The deal for this dream Caribbean vacation is valid for travel through Aug. 31, 2023.
A Vacation at Atlantis Resort
Writer Heidi Gollub, who shares her best tips for Atlantis, likens planning an Atlantis Paradise Island, Bahamas vacation to planning a cruise. “There are quite a few elements to think through, including international travel (are your passports up-to-date?), on-island transportation (how will you arrive from the airport?), and entertainment (yes, you should make restaurant and excursion reservations in advance),” she says.
Atlantis can’t help you with an expired passport, but this deal takes care of the on-island transportation challenge with its included airport transfers. And those pre-dinner cocktails will take the edge off any wait for your table.
Things to Do at Atlantis Resort
At Atlantis Paradise Island, the entertainment challenge is real. You may never want to leave your suite with its comfy spaces and expansive views of the aqua blue sea. But your kids won’t be happy to stay inside once they get a look at the 141-acre Aquaventure water park with its slides and pools and not-so-lazy River Ride. And you won’t want to miss the chance for a walk on Atlantis’ private sugar sand beaches.
And all of you will want to explore the many marine habitats, 14 lagoons and aquariums filled with 50,000 aquatic animals. Just strolling around the grounds you’ll see longnose sawsharks, stingrays and sea turtles. Don’t miss the daily feedings of the animals, including sharks, at the Stingray Lagoon, Predator Lagoon, The Ruins and the Mayan Temple.
Heidi recommends stopping at the Gift Shop to buy the kids snorkels. It will help you lure them away from the water park to check out the lagoons and dip into the ocean.