September 30, 2021
The entrance of the Atlantis resort.
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Atlantis beats revenue goals, targets ‘strong’ 2023 first half
Atlantis continues to beat its revenue targets and is predicting a strong 2023 first half, a senior executive has revealed, with the wider resort industry bracing for 90 percent-plus occupancies over the Christmas and New Year period.
Atlantis eyes $500m in fresh investment
Atlantis is on target to “exceed” 90 percent of pre-COVID occupancy levels for the 2022 full year, a senior executive has revealed, as it eyes “well over $500m” in new investment for this decade.
Atlantis in multi-million product refreshments
ATLANTIS yesterday unveiled further multi-million dollar renovations and partnerships designed to refresh its product offering and provide guests with an upgraded experience.
Atlantis owner urged: Obey Bahamas’ laws
A trade union leader yesterday urged Atlantis’ owner to “obey the laws of The Bahamas” relating to COVID-19 testing, and warned the present situation “is setting a bad precedent”.
Atlantis to delay staff paying for tests
LABOUR and Immigration Minister Keith Bell said yesterday Atlantis has agreed to “hold off” on implementing its COVID-19 vaccination policy for unvaccinated staff after several discussions were held between labour officials and resort executives on the new rule.
Gov’t intervention sought on Atlantis COVID testing
The hotel union last night said it has referred Atlantis’ plan to make all unvaccinated staff pay for weekly COVID-19 tests from tomorrow to the Department of Labour as it seeks the Government’s intervention.
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