After a long 14 months of multiple lockdowns, quarantine measures and having to keep our social distance from everyone, a quick trip to the Bahamas certainly sounds ideal. Luckily, it can turn out to become a dream come true as Atlantis Paradise Island is offering travelers a can’t miss deal for those who are looking to stay for at least four nights. Here’s what you need to know.
Paradise Island Bahamas Is Looking To Lure In Guests This Summer
Aptly called the ‘Summer of Ahh,’ this promotion is running now through June 28, 2021. Guests of the resort will receive a 5th night free for travel now until August 13, 2021, and those traveling anytime between August 14, 2021, and February 16, 2022, will receive their 4th night free. That means you get an extra night to squeeze in as much fun under the sun as you can before heading home.
Because Atlantis Paradise Island is the awesome resort that it is, they have an array of hotel rooms that can fit just about any budget, big or small. The resort has been open since late last year – after shutting their doors because of the ongoing pandemic that has been the coronavirus – but have included new amenities for guests to enjoy. Some of them include “personalized guest experiences” at Dolphin Cay and golf, the spa, and the property’s pools, among others. This also includes the Atlantis Casino, the Crystal Court shops, Aquaventure and eateries including Nobu and Todd English’s Olives.
Atlantis has also relaunched under a series of health and safety protocols called the Atlantis Clean & Safe Promise.
Meanwhile, a separate report says that vaccinated visitors no longer require Covid-19 tests when entering The Bahamas. Instead, all they have to do is show proof of their vaccine.
The Bahamas made the announcement along with updated public health and safety measures this week. The statement said that,
“effective May 1, 2021, international visitors traveling to The Bahamas from other countries who are fully vaccinated and have passed the two-week immunity period will be exempt from testing requirements for entry and inter-island travel.”