Atlantis, Paradise Island, Bahamas has temporarily closed.
The resort has announced temporary closure due to COVID-19 and measures have been taken to protect the health, safety and well-being of Atlantis team members, guests and the local community.
“We have navigated the current situation minute by minute, day by day, adjusting as we learn more. One thing remains constant: nothing matters more than the health, safety and well-being of our team members, guests and communities. We must face the reality that solidarity can pose a threat to the health and safety of our community and loved ones at this time,” said Audrey Oswell, President and CEO of Atlantis, Paradise Island.
The resort said the closure will last until May 15, 2020, when the property will make a decision on an official reopening date.
For those with reservations, Atlantis has updated its travel policy in light of the coronavirus outbreak.
Travelers with stays booked through May 15, 2020 are entitled to a stay credit of the amount listed in the original reservation for room, taxes, and Atlantis-offered products such as airport transfers, cabanas and marine activities.
The stay credit is kept in a file for 18 months for a future stay in the resort.
Travelers who are unsure of their future travel plans can cancel their reservations for a full refund, credited to their account within 60-90 days.