Atlantis, The Palm launches summer offers
Dubai, May 28, 2013
Atlantis, The Palm, an entertainment resort destination in Dubai and payment solutions leader Visa have launched a fun-filled summer family package exclusively for Visa cardholders.
The package, which runs from June 1 to September 27, comes at the price from Dh1,595 ($434) with additional value added activities worth Dh4,000.
The promotion offers guests and their families an all-inclusive summer package of one night stay in a luxurious room in Atlantis, The Palm with views over either The Palm or the Arabian Gulf and a Dh800 dinner voucher at Ronda Locatelli, Rostang or Levantine restaurant.
In addition, two adults and two children below the age of 16 will be offered free breakfast daily at two of the resorts interactive buffet style restaurants, Kaleidoscope or Saffron. To top off the package, guests can indulge in a spa treatment with a special offer of two spa sessions for the price of one at ShuiQi Spa & Fitness.
“Atlantis, The Palm is thrilled to partner with Visa again to offer exceptional value to Visa cardholders,” said Ravini Perera, senior vice president, Sales and Marketing, at Atlantis, The Palm. “This summer, families can enjoy new experiences at Atlantis at this very special rate.”
Marcello Baricordi, general manager – UAE for Visa, said: “Following the success of Visa’s 2012 Atlantis promotion, we are pleased to announce this special package for the summer of 2013.
“This family package is one of many benefits that Visa cardholders can enjoy during their summer vacation. Atlantis, The Palm is a unique destination for many travellers and local residents who choose to get away for a few days to relax and enjoy the luxurious 5-star services and activities and Visa aims to facilitate this breakaway with a unique promotion.”
Guests at Atlantis, The Palm can also enjoy access to 1.4 km of pristine beach, a free afternoon pass for two kids aged 3-12 years old to access ‘Kids Club’ where they can enjoy a variety of indoor and outdoor activities such as face-painting, arts and crafts, beach tug-of-war, sand castle building, and many more.
Children between 13 and 16 years of age will receive a complimentary pass to ‘Club Rush’ where they can enjoy arts and crafts, guitar contests, video games, karaoke and a full agenda of activities.
Guests to Atlantis are offered to enjoy unlimited access to the underwater world of The Lost Chambers Aquarium, home to 65,000 marine animals, and Aquaventure Waterpark, the no. 1 water park in the Middle East and Europe. In addition, preferential rates to swim with the dolphins at the Dolphin Bay will be especially offered to guests purchasing the special Visa summer package. – TradeArabia News Service
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