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Comfort Suites Paradise Island Reopens With A Splash

Following an extended closure caused by the global pandemic, Comfort Suites Paradise Island resumed operations just before Christmas, with an invitation to new and returning loyal guests to experience all the property has to offer at value savings.

Announcing a special reopening sale, director of sales, Yasmine Mills-Strachan said: “We are back to bring you comfort” and noted that the 223-room property has used the past several months to firmly establish its new health and safety initiatives and is poised and ready to welcome guests back to experience its world-renown hospitality, convenience and value.

Guests will receive a fourth night free with three paid room nights, which also entitles them to a food and beverage credit of US $100 per room that can be used at Crusoe’s Restaurant, the Bamboo Lobby Bar, and Splash Pool Bar.

A stay of four or five nights entitles guests to a $200 credit, and for a stay of six nights, the credit increases to $250.

Guests who stay for seven nights or more will receive a food and beverage credit of $300.

The promotion is valid for travel between now and Feb. 10, 2021.

Said Mills-Strachan: “Comfort Suites Paradise Island’s reopening sale is truly sweet, with family-friendly amenities, daily complimentary hot à la carte breakfast, complimentary use of all facilities at neighboring Atlantis Paradise Island Resort, including Aquaventure and pool and beach access, and more.”

Go to www.comfortsuitespi.com for more.


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