Atlantis joins Emirates’ Skywards program
Dubai, June 21, 2010
Atlantis, The Palm, has teamed up with Emirates airline, by becoming a partner in the carrier's Skywards Programme.
Guests of Atlantis will earn Skywards Miles throughout the resort, and depending on the level of the membership, guests and visitors will be able to enjoy additional benefits throughout Atlantis.
A Skywards Member staying at Atlantis, The Palm will receive 1 Skywards Mile for each $1 spent when booking via the Atlantis website (Atlantisthepalm.com) or by calling Atlantis reservations direct at +971 4 426 1000.
To celebrate the partnership, members who stay at Atlantis between now and August 31 will earn triple Skywards Miles. In addition, members who are staying at the resort can earn miles on all dining experiences.
Resort guests can also earn miles when enjoying the Atlantis Spa and at Dolphin Bay.
Resort guests can also earn miles on retail purchases, telephone calls and laundry charges when charged to the member’s guest room.
In addition, depending on the level of membership, Skywards Blue, Silver or Gold, each level offers a greater degree of privilege as a guest or visitor to Atlantis, The Palm.
Members can enjoy preferential rates at The Atlantis Spa, The Lost Chambers, Ray Feedings and Back-of-House Tours, Aquaventure, and Dolphin Bay, including preferred check-in at both Aquaventure and Dolphin Bay.
Members can also benefit from discounts throughout the dining experiences at Atlantis, and complimentary internet access. Depending on the level of membership, guests may enjoy a complimentary upgrade, preferred resort check-in and late check-out.
“This partnership will allow our members, both in the UAE and those coming to Dubai, to enjoy all that Atlantis, The Palm has to offer,” said Brian LaBelle, Skywards’ senior vice president.
“Atlantis is thrilled to partner with Emirates on their Skywards Programme,” added Brett Armitage, SVP Sales at Atlantis, The Palm.-TradeArabia News Service
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