Atlantis Paradise Island, Bahamas is offering a special singles day package

November 11 is Singles’ Day, an unofficial Chinese holiday whose popularity has spread to the Western world as a kind of anti-Valentine’s Day. Since its inception in 1993, it has become the largest online shopping day in the world, so this year, for its contribution, Atlantis Paradise Island in the Bahamas will offer a special “Singles Day Package” which can only be booked in a 24 hour window. .

Playing on the uniqueness depicted in the date itself (11/11), the resort will offer guests a choice of the following stays priced at $1,111:


— Two nights at The Cove

— Three nights at the Royal

— Four nights at the Coral

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All guests will also receive a daily resort credit of $111, which they can use at Dolphin Cay, the Caribbean’s first marine animal rehabilitation center, where you can swim with resident dolphins, meet sea lions or paddle alongside dolphins in their 14-acre habitat. .

Resort credits also apply to Atlantis LIVE performances, select food outlets and more. Customers also receive two free rapid COVID-19 antigen tests to make it easy and convenient to meet testing requirements for their return to the United States.

Guests can book the Singles Day Package for stays between November 11, 2021 and October 31, 2022 either by visiting or by calling 1800-ATLANTIS. Of course, you’ll want to read the fine print, which (among other things) states that the special rate excludes taxes, resort fees and housekeeping gratuities and that certain blackout dates apply, including December 27. 2021 on January 1. 2022.

You can, of course, add extra days to your stay at current rates, which would leave you more time to enjoy heavenly white-sand beaches surrounded by sparkling turquoise seas, multiple swimming pools, diverse dining experiences , spa offerings, an island golf course and more.

Some of the resort’s most popular amenities include Atlantis Casino, Atlantis Marina, Ocean Club Golf Course, Mandara Spa; fine dining at Nobu and Todd English’s Olives; the Marina Village and Crystal Court shops; Aquaventure, the Caribbean water park; and Dolphin Cay, the world’s largest outdoor marine habitat home to over 50,000 aquatic animals.