Atlantis Paradise Island to Reopen December 2020Posted on 11/11/2020
Just in time for the winter holiday and festive season, Atlantis Paradise Island resort destination in the Bahamas will resume operations on Dec. 10.
In order to maintain a COVID-free bubble, Atlantis has adopted a vacation-in-place plan. Visitors will remain on site for the duration of their stay, but with 200 acres and five miles of white sand beaches, multiple pools, diverse dining, spa, golf, and shopping – that shouldn’t be a problem.
“To help reassure travelers, we have implemented our Atlantis Clean & Safe Promise, which meets international and local standards for health and safety protocols,” said Audrey Oswell, President and Managing Director, Atlantis Paradise Island.
Upon reopening, Atlantis will also unveil new bespoke experiences curated for families, small groups, and couples. From exclusive family adventures at Dolphin Cay and private sunset speedboat tours to art tours, shark and mermaid camps, secluded dinners on the beach, dive-in movie nights, and more,
Atlantis will also debut renovated Royal East Tower guestrooms, Harborside Resort villas, and The Reef residential-style studios and suites, which open Dec. 17.
Guests flying from the New York Tri-State region, Atlantis Paradise Island has partnered with JetBlue on an air and resort package offering non-stop charter flights to Nassau, Bahamas from Newark, NJ. Beginning January 3, 2021, guests who book this package will receive non-stop direct roundtrip air service from Newark to Nassau (Sunday to Sunday flights), seven-night accommodations in Atlantis' renovated Royal East Tower, roundtrip airport transfers and a $75 daily dining credit per person.
All travelers will be eligible for a limited-time, first-night free offer bookable between November 10-22 and valid for stays between December 10 and 17 with a two-night minimum length of stay.