Atlantis Paradise Island Bahamas optimizes revenue with Nor1

Atlantis Paradise Island

Atlantis Paradise Island, the Bahamas-based, 3,500-room megaresort, has adopted Nor1’s merchandising platform to enable its front-desk agents to merchandise its premium inventory and enhance their guests' stay upon arrival.

"We were very excited to get CheckIn Merchandising up and running quickly after seeing how well eStandby Upgrade performed in helping us enhance our guests' experiences while increasing demand and optimizing revenue for our premium inventory," said Lynda Kopecki, executive director, revenue management and distribution at Atlantis, Paradise Island. "By empowering our front-desk team to offer every guest a unique, personalized experience, CheckIn Merchandising now allows us to enhance the experience of virtually all our guests, regardless of booking channel."

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