Nassau Paradise Island Offers Family Fun this Summer

Nassau Paradise Island Offers Family Fun this Summer
Travelers planning to visit throughout 2015 can now book an air-inclusive minimum four-night stay at any of Nassau Paradise Island’s participating hotels by June 1, 2015 and save $250 instantly. Travel can take place now through Dec. 18, 2015.* In addition to the Instant Savings extension, the destination’s hotels are offering summer promotions and programming perfect for families.

Atlantis, Paradise Island

Known for its expansive Aquaventure waterpark, Atlantis, Paradise Island welcomes Cartoon Network for its fifth consecutive summer of fun at the resort. From June 19 – Aug. 22, attractions include the Cartoon Network Lagoon, a 9,000-square-foot inflatable obstacle course in Paradise Lagoon; the NERF SUPER SOAKER Flood Zone, an interactive maze built for NERF SUPER SOAKER battles; Cartoon Network character parades; Cartoon Network show screenings and more. Throughout the summer, Atlantis will also offer an all-access Atlantis Kids Experience Pass. The pass, a $150 value, includes one admission for CRUSH or Club Rush, one Climber’s Rush session, one Atlantis Kids Adventure session, one Atlantis PALS stuffed toy and one rented car session at Atlantis Speedway. One pass is offered per room, per stay and is available through June 30 for travel June 1 – Sept. 8.

Meliá Nassau Beach

At the all-inclusive Meliá Nassau Beach, guests can save with an advanced booking rate offer. Guests who book a minimum two-night stay at least 10 days in advance of their visit save 15 percent on their trip. Travel must be completed by Dec. 22, 2015. Located on the stunning Cable Beach, the family-friendly hotel is close to all of Nassau’s best shops, restaurants and night spots.

>Graycliff Hotel

Graycliff Hotel, nestled in the heart of downtown Nassau, also offers an advanced-booking discount this summer. Guests who book travel by June 30 will save 15 percent on their stay. Travel must be completed by Dec. 20, 2015. Graycliff Hotel is housed in a colonial mansion that dates back to the 18th Century and features the first five-star restaurant in the Caribbean, plus one of the largest private wine collections in the world.

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*Blackout dates are Nov. 22-27