Summer promotions at Wavehouse in Atlantis The Palm

Guests can benefit from discounts on entertainment, food and drinks

Summer promotions at Atlantis’ Wavehouse include discounts on entertainment, food and drinks
Summer promotions at Atlantis’ Wavehouse include discounts on entertainment, food and drinks

The Wavehouse, located in The Avenues of Atlantis, The Palm,  is offering weekend promotions. The deals include discounts on arcade games, bowling, food, drinks and rides on the Surf’s Up wave machine.

The promotions include the Arcade happy hour from 5pm to 7pm daily, with discounts on gaming credit top-ups. For adults, the Sunset happy hour, between 5pm and 7pm daily, features discounted prices on selected spirits, draught, wines and mixed drinks.

Wavehouse hosts a ladies’ night with live music every Tuesday between 8pm and 1am. All ladies above the age of 21 are eligible for three complimentary drinks from a selected menu, gaming credit, a concession on the bowling alley and complimentary access to Surf’s Up.

Additionally, every Saturday between 12pm and 1am, gents above the age of 21 are offered unlimited access to the Surf’s Up wave rider followed by an English breakfast and two bottles of beer.

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