New Destination Atlantis Package Features Jimmy Buffett's 'Don't Stop the Carnival' Musical Plus Air, Accommodations and Extras

New York Air-Inclusive Packages Starting From $599-$749



Apr 12, 2001, 01:00 ET from Sun International

    PARADISE ISLAND, Bahamas, April 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Complimentary tickets
 to "Don't Stop the Carnival," the colorful new Jimmy Buffett musical comedy
 premiering at the Atlantis, Paradise Island, resort in The Bahamas, is one of
 many special features of the new Destination Atlantis air-inclusive
 four-day/three-night vacation packages starting at $599 through June 20.
     "Don't Stop the Carnival" features music by singer/songwriter Jimmy
 Buffett, with libretto by the Pulitzer Prize-winning author, Herman Wouk.
 Jimmy Buffett adds his Margaritaville magic to Herman Wouk's classic legend of
 Norman Paperman. The musical adaptation of Wouk's celebrated novel of
 expatriate life in the Caribbean brings the story down to its romantic
 essence. "Don't Stop The Carnival" is a fragment of truth about the
 tribulation and the allure of existence on an island in the sun.
     In addition to tickets to the musical, the Destination Atlantis package
 includes round-trip airfare on Delta Airlines from LaGuardia Airport in New
 York, hotel transfers in The Bahamas, accommodations, and discounts on many
 Atlantis activities including the Sports Center's 18-hole putting course,
 non-motorized watersports, barefoot sailing cruises, Blue Lagoon Getaways,
 plus 10% off purchases at the Atlantis Logo stores and discounts on souvenir
 photos.
     For further information, call 800-ATLANTIS or visit online at
 http://www.DestinationAtlantis.com.  Air inclusive packages for travel between
 June 3 to June 20, 2001 start from $599 - $749 per person depending on
 accommodations selected. Rates are valid for bookings up until May 5, 2001.
 The complimentary show ticket offer is valid for any packages booked for
 travel between April 30 to June 20, 2001. Tickets must be requested at the
 time of booking. Mandatory taxes and service charges are extra.
     Atlantis, Paradise Island is a unique vacation destination, which
 celebrates the wonders of sea and is inspired by the myth of the lost
 continent of Atlantis.  The resort features 2,300 guest rooms, 38 restaurants,
 bars and lounges; an entertainment center with an innovatively designed
 casino; an impressive collection of luxury boutiques and shops, and extensive
 meeting and convention facilities, including the largest ballroom in the
 Caribbean.
     The resort offers the largest marine habitat in the world, second only to
 Mother Nature and home to 50,000 live sea animals in exhibit lagoons and
 displays, including The Dig, a maze of underwater corridors and passageways
 providing a journey through ancient Atlantis.  Guests also enjoy 11 swimming
 areas with 11 million gallons of fresh- and salt-water swimming pools, amazing
 water slides hidden in life-sized Mayan ruins and other gentler water rides,
 cascading waterfalls and a seemingly endless stretch of beach that has been
 called the most beautiful in the world.
     Land-based recreational opportunities include tennis, basketball,
 volleyball, a four-lane lap pool and an 18-hole putting course at the Sports
 Center and championship golf at the nearby Ocean Club Golf Course. The 63-slip
 Marina at Atlantis accommodates luxury yachts up to 200 feet in length.  For
 young guests, the Discovery Channel Camp at Atlantis is a revolutionary
 concept in educational, entertaining children's vacations in partnership with
 The Discovery Channel.
     For further information about Atlantis, Paradise Island and other Sun
 International resorts, contact Sun International at 1415 E. Sunrise Blvd.,
 Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304; telephone 954-713-2500, or visit on-line at
 http://www.Atlantis.com. For reservations, call your travel agent or
 800-ATLANTIS.
 
 

SOURCE Sun International
    PARADISE ISLAND, Bahamas, April 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Complimentary tickets
 to "Don't Stop the Carnival," the colorful new Jimmy Buffett musical comedy
 premiering at the Atlantis, Paradise Island, resort in The Bahamas, is one of
 many special features of the new Destination Atlantis air-inclusive
 four-day/three-night vacation packages starting at $599 through June 20.
     "Don't Stop the Carnival" features music by singer/songwriter Jimmy
 Buffett, with libretto by the Pulitzer Prize-winning author, Herman Wouk.
 Jimmy Buffett adds his Margaritaville magic to Herman Wouk's classic legend of
 Norman Paperman. The musical adaptation of Wouk's celebrated novel of
 expatriate life in the Caribbean brings the story down to its romantic
 essence. "Don't Stop The Carnival" is a fragment of truth about the
 tribulation and the allure of existence on an island in the sun.
     In addition to tickets to the musical, the Destination Atlantis package
 includes round-trip airfare on Delta Airlines from LaGuardia Airport in New
 York, hotel transfers in The Bahamas, accommodations, and discounts on many
 Atlantis activities including the Sports Center's 18-hole putting course,
 non-motorized watersports, barefoot sailing cruises, Blue Lagoon Getaways,
 plus 10% off purchases at the Atlantis Logo stores and discounts on souvenir
 photos.
     For further information, call 800-ATLANTIS or visit online at
 http://www.DestinationAtlantis.com.  Air inclusive packages for travel between
 June 3 to June 20, 2001 start from $599 - $749 per person depending on
 accommodations selected. Rates are valid for bookings up until May 5, 2001.
 The complimentary show ticket offer is valid for any packages booked for
 travel between April 30 to June 20, 2001. Tickets must be requested at the
 time of booking. Mandatory taxes and service charges are extra.
     Atlantis, Paradise Island is a unique vacation destination, which
 celebrates the wonders of sea and is inspired by the myth of the lost
 continent of Atlantis.  The resort features 2,300 guest rooms, 38 restaurants,
 bars and lounges; an entertainment center with an innovatively designed
 casino; an impressive collection of luxury boutiques and shops, and extensive
 meeting and convention facilities, including the largest ballroom in the
 Caribbean.
     The resort offers the largest marine habitat in the world, second only to
 Mother Nature and home to 50,000 live sea animals in exhibit lagoons and
 displays, including The Dig, a maze of underwater corridors and passageways
 providing a journey through ancient Atlantis.  Guests also enjoy 11 swimming
 areas with 11 million gallons of fresh- and salt-water swimming pools, amazing
 water slides hidden in life-sized Mayan ruins and other gentler water rides,
 cascading waterfalls and a seemingly endless stretch of beach that has been
 called the most beautiful in the world.
     Land-based recreational opportunities include tennis, basketball,
 volleyball, a four-lane lap pool and an 18-hole putting course at the Sports
 Center and championship golf at the nearby Ocean Club Golf Course. The 63-slip
 Marina at Atlantis accommodates luxury yachts up to 200 feet in length.  For
 young guests, the Discovery Channel Camp at Atlantis is a revolutionary
 concept in educational, entertaining children's vacations in partnership with
 The Discovery Channel.
     For further information about Atlantis, Paradise Island and other Sun
 International resorts, contact Sun International at 1415 E. Sunrise Blvd.,
 Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304; telephone 954-713-2500, or visit on-line at
 http://www.Atlantis.com. For reservations, call your travel agent or
 800-ATLANTIS.
 
 SOURCE  Sun International