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How to Stay All-Inclusive at This Megaresort Right Now

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - March 13, 2016

It’s not really a hotel, is it?

The Atlantis, Paradise Island resort has long been more than a resort – it’s a destination in its own right.

And that’s what the hotel’s executives themselves will tell you — for a family, it’s often not about choosing between Orlando and Nassau — it’s about choosing between Disney World and Atlantis.

And while the vast majority of Atlantis guests stay there on an EP, or a la carte basis, it’s frequently possible to stay at Atlantis all-inclusive, making it a lot easier for a couple or family to enjoy the massive megaresort.

Right now, Atlantis offers all-inclusive packages at its Beach Tower, with different plans for each kind of guest: $299 per person per night for those 18 and over; $199 per person per night for those ages 12 to 17; $99 per person per night for kids ages 5-11; and free for kids between 1 and four.

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The all-inclusive package is vast: it means a special all-inclusive menu at 22 of the resort’s eateries, with charges for food ordered off the regular menu (and kids restricted to ordering from the kids’ menu).

And as for adult beverages, which are typically the most crucial important prong for many all-inclusive guests, the optinos are wide, too.

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The packages include “deluxe brand” adult beverages, along with unlimited water, soda and juices. (“Deluxe” means drinks like Canadian Club, Smirnoff, Bombay Sapphire, house wines and Sands beer, among others).

And then, of course, there are the activities that are Atlantis’ party piece: the Aquaventure water park, pools, movies and more.

The all-inclusive package can change, though, and the current one lasts through mid-March for travel through May 31. So get booking!

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