Mega Sale at Bahamas Atlantis!

by Sandra Foyt on October 24, 2011

in Accommodations

bahamas-atlantis-girl-on-golden-throne-1If you’ve been following our series on Bahamas Atlantis family vacations, then you know that it’s a dream-come-true destination with a hefty price tag.

But for two weeks only, that price has dropped with savings of up to 60% for stays Jan. 1 – March 3, including weekends, which usually cost a premium.

And if you book by Nov. 7 you may be eligible for an airfare credit of up to $400. (based on length of stay and double occupancy.)

Bahamas Atlantis – On Sale via Travelzoo

Mega sale nightly room-only rates at Bahamas Atlantis this winter include:

  • Beach Tower: $199 (reg. $509) Family friendly and closest to the beach.
  • Coral Towers: $249 (reg. $549) Located by Marina Village shops and the casino.
  • Royal Towers: $299-$319 (reg. $599-$649) Atlantis’ iconic tower, near the water park.
  • The Reef Atlantis: $369-$409 (reg. $699) Deluxe waterfront studios and suites with a kitchen.
  • The Cove Atlantis: $449-$499 (reg. $849) Luxury oceanfront suites with exclusive adults-only pool

To book and to see terms, conditions and restrictions, click on Travelzoo Atlantis Promotions or call 877-485-0871.

Prices do not include mandatory taxes, levies, fees, service charges and gratuities, and may vary by tower. A two-night minimum stay is required. No refund or credits for canceled airfare.

These Atlantis deals are part of a broader Paradise Island sale that also includes the Comfort Suites Paradise Island, which provides access to Atlantis’ facilities, for $149-$169 per night (regularly $339). Best Western Bay View Suites is now $139 per night (regularly $240).

To book the additional Paradise Island deals and to see terms, conditions and restrictions, click Travelzoo Atlantis Additional Promotions. A two-night minimum stay is required.

About Bahamas Atlantis Family Vacations:

| Sandra Foyt is a storyteller, photographer, and road trip junkie. A veteran of six cross-country road trips, she drove Route 66, the Lincoln Highway, the fossil freeway, the extraterrestrial highway, and even “the loneliest road in America.” Find her on, an award-winning destination guide to extraordinary travel in and from Northeast USA, on her portfolio site at, and in freelance gigs on Family Travel 411, Minitime, Huffington Post, and Matador Network. Email:, Twitter @SandraFoyt.

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