Atlantis, The Palm’s exclusive hotelier rates

Offers are available to UAE hoteliers with valid hotel employee identification cards

Atlantis, The Palm
Atlantis, The Palm

Atlantis, The Palm launched its special and limited time offer hotelier rates, for hotel and hotel group employee plus four of their accompanying guests.

The offer is valid until end of October and includes discounted rates for marine and waterpark facilities including Aquaventure Waterpark, The Lost Chambers Aquarium, Dolphin Encounter and Sea Lion Discovery.

This offer is applicable for UAE hoteliers with valid hotel employee identification cards.

Discounted experiences include:
• Aquaventure Waterpark: AED 60 (usual price AED 320) per person
• Lost Chambers Aquarium: AED 50 (usual price AED 195) per person
• Dolphin Encounter and Sea Lion Discovery: AED 495 (usual price AED 845) per person

All discounts are only applicable at the ticketing plaza and during weekdays.

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Rates will be applicable only from 18 September - 31 October 2019

(Blackout dates: 18 October - 2 November 2019)

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