Friday, 20 May 2022

Nassau Paradise Island Unveils Upgrades and Special Offerings for Summer

Upgrades and special offers await visitors to Paradise Island.

Nassau Paradise Island Unveils Upgrades and Special Offerings for Summer

The Bahamas is ready for a big season. The summer of 2022 will reach new heights when it comes to welcoming travelers.

Nassau Paradise Island is ready to welcome guests with special offerings for the season and exciting anniversaries and new updates at a variety of its properties.

"As the weather warms, people are searching for fun summer escapes, and we are encouraged by the number of vacationers who are seeking out experiences in Nassau Paradise Island," said Fred Lounsberry, CEO of the Nassau Paradise Island Promotion Board. "In addition to the beautiful white sand beaches, Nassau Paradise Island is home to a wide range of hotels and resorts that can meet the demand and exceed expectations."

Sandals Royal Bahamian is reopening after completing renovations. The $55 million project at the luxury all-inclusive resort features new accommodations and dining options. The resort has opened its new Island Village, which offers private villas with individual pools, butler service, fully stocked bars and more.

Guests can also enjoy new dining options such as La Plume, featuring decadent French cuisine in a charming atmosphere. Visitors will receive a $1,000 instant booking credit when booking a minimum of seven nights and up to 65 percent off when booking a minimum of three nights at the resort.

Atlantis Paradise Island is debuting newly renovated guestrooms and suites in The Royal Towers this summer. In addition, a new oceanfront escape called "Somewhere Else" will replace The Beach Tower, offering 400 guestrooms and suites along with top-tier dining venues and multiple pools.

The Atlantis Casino has also been refreshed, and new thrilling slides and climbing areas have been added to Splashers.

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