You can book Atlantis Bahamas resort vacation packages for as low as $199 per night

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Looking to get away for some fun in the sun? Right now, you can score rates as low as $199 per night at Atlantis Paradise Island Bahamas as part of its Summer Savings Event, which is good for travel between the dates of April 24, 2019 and September 3, 2019. You must book by Monday, April 8 to take advantage of this offer.

The Summer Savings Event offers two options: an Experience Pass or a Family Experience Pass. The Experience Pass will get you some freebies and perks at the resort’s restaurants and casino, including a $50 credit for breakfast at Olives, two free Salt Air Margaritas with a dinner purchase at Fish by José Andrés, two free Pineapple Passions Cocktails with a dinner purchase at Cafe Martinique and a $25 free casino slot play per room. Check out a promo video for the deal posted to Instagram:

As the name implies, the Family Experience Pass is ideal for a summer vacation with kids. Two children under 11 can eat free breakfast or dinner with each paying adult at Poseidon’s. Kids can also indulge in free ice cream at Sun  & Ice (one per child, limit of two children) Little ones get a free Atlantis Pals stuffed animal to take home as a souvenir and partake in a family pottery experience at Earth & Fire, the resort’s pottery studio.

Teenagers receive a pass to Crush, which Atlantis describes as “the ultimate nightclub for teens ages 13 to 17 vacationing on Paradise Island.”

Both packages also include up to $300 in resort credit, which will vary by length of stay and hotel. With the standard $49.95 daily resort fee, all guests can also take advantage of amenities like the waterpark, movie theater and daily casino lessons. You’ll also get wifi in all rooms and lobbies and access to the fitness center for two guests per day. When you’re thirsty, enjoy complimentary coffee and tea in your room and two bottled waters per day, per room.

Full access to the grounds is definitely one of the perks. Here’s a shot that gives a glimpse of Atlantis’ pools and beaches:

And here’s one of a manta ray inside the Dig, a gigantic on-site marine habitat with millions of gallons of water and a huge amount of sea life. Altantis features a dolphin encounter and a shark tank you can shoot through on waterslides, too.

Here’s a great view of the Royal Towers, one of the hotels at Atlantis. You’ll find multiple styles of accommodation here, from affordable hotel stays at the Beach to modern luxury at the Cove. For families, Harborside Resort is the most flexible option, as it’s a timeshare property with separate bedrooms and a kitchen.

Ready to head to the Bahamas? Those sparkling blue waters look pretty inviting to us!

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