Dubai's Atlantis launches hotelier rates for resort activities

Hoteliers need to provide a valid UAE hotel or hotel group employee identification card for the offer

Atlantis, The Palm.
Atlantis, The Palm.

Atlantis, The Palm Dubai has launched exclusive rates for UAE hoteliers for Aquaventure Waterpark, Lost Chambers and Dolphin Bay.

The offer is valid only mid-week — Sunday to Thursday — and can be availed by showing a valid UAE hotel or hotel group employee identification card at the ticketing office.

The discounted rates for Aquaventure tickets are AED 95 (USD $25) instead of AED 320 ($87), The Lost Chambers Aquarium entry for AED 50 ($13) instead of AED 105 ($28), and a Dolphin Encounter of Sea Lion Discovery for AED 495 ($134) instead of the usual AED 895 ($243).

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The prices are inclusive of VAT and the offer is valid only till December 21, 2018. Blackout dates are March 25 to April 7, August 22-25 and October 11-28.

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