The Cove Atlantis

The Bahamas, Caribbean

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    Las Vegas hits the beach

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Why we choose The Cove Atlantis

An all-suite property that has enough diversions to keep you entertained for years

  • Access to 21 restaurants and 19 bars and lounges
  • Tee off at the 18-hole championship course and a world-class golf facility
  • Beach concierges provide refreshments, games and arrange activities and water sports

The first thing you need to know about Atlantis: It’s huge. We’re talking 600 rooms that require shuttle service to all of the towers. The second thing you need to know is that this massive resort has absolutely everything you could imagine or want—and lots of things you didn’t even know you wanted. Hula hoop fitness class, anyone?

What you need to know about the hotel

A high-end resort within the famed world of Atlantis

  • Among the 40 dining and beverage destinations are restaurants by celebrity chefs Nobu Matsuhisa, Jean-Georges Vongerichten, Bobby Flay and Todd English
  • Cain is an adult-only outdoor pool and beach club with four multi-level pools, daybeds, café and bar, private cabanas and DJs
  • The Atlantis Casino, the largest in the Caribbean, has 1000+ slot machines, over 100 gaming tables and glass sculptures by Dale Chihuly

The Cove Atlantis is a more sophisticated section of the (even more massive) Atlantis complex in the Bahamas. Its all-suite set up, with 600 ocean view rooms over 22 floors, is ideal for families or couples who just want a bit more space. The contemporary design includes ultra-soft king-sized beds, sunken living rooms, private balconies, bathrooms with spa-like soaking tubs and a custom bar. As for activities and amenities, there are too many to list.

But rest assured that whether you want to be a beach bum or live it up on the dance floor, the Cove can accommodate you.

Where is it and what's nearby

Cove Atlantis in the sunny Bahamas sits atop two of the most beautiful beaches in the world

  • Charge! Indulge in world-class onsite shopping and snap up designers such as Ferragamo, Gucci, Bulgari, Cartier and Versace
  • The state-of-the-art Dolphin Cay facility offers up close and personal interactions with friendly Atlantic Bottlenose dolphins and charming sea lions
  • Feeling brave? At Atlantis’ 14 exhibit lagoons, you can view (and snorkel alongside) giant manta rays, sharks and thousands of tropical fish

Inside Atlantis, the Bahamas’ most famous resort, is The Cove, which is part of a 141-acre tropical landscape brimming with things to do and places to explore. For starters, it has miles of pristine beach, including a fabulous stretch reserved exclusively for Cove guests. Next, visit the 14-acre, 6.6million-gallon Dolphin Cay—not only a spot for entertainment, but a world leader when it comes to marine habitats and dolphin rescue and rehabilitation. If you’re interested in setting sail on the waters around the Cove, charter a yacht from the marina for a day of sun, snorkeling, water sports and other adventures.

How to enjoy The Bahamas

The great thing about an archipelago of 700 islands like the Bahamas is that there is bound to be at least one that is perfect for you

  • Charter a yacht to island hop between the islands and cays. Rum Cay has great surfing beaches on its north shore and Mayaguana offers peaceful solitude
  • Visit Bimini to search for the lost city of Atlantis, or follow in Hemingways’s wake to go big game fishing

New Providence is home to the Bahamian capital of Nassau. A charming city, Nassau effortlessly combines glitz (casinos and cruise ships) with a rich heritage (18th Century Fort Charlotte and pink colonial-style Government House). The island has a romantically glamorous past as it was also the sometime home of the former King of England after he abdicated to marry his American sweetheart.

The real draw, of course, is the coast. Pristine white sand, lapped by gentle turquoise water ring the islands. And there is enough of the soft white stuff to find a bit that suits you. For deserted stretches of palm-tree lined beaches, choose a private island, or head to the southern coast of New Providence. For a bit more action, such as swimming with dolphins, snorkelling, golf, casinos and nightlife, Paradise Island is a must.

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    When to visit The Bahamas

    Visit during the Holidays to enjoy Junkanoo. This traditional Bahamian street parade of music, dance, and art held is in Nassau (and a few other settlements) every Boxing Day and New Year’s Day, as well as Emancipation Day.


  • We say

    A quieter, more refined environment in which to enjoy all the fun and games of the Bahamas.

  • Did you know

    Guests can dine at all the other resorts on Paradise Island.


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When you book with us

Because of our special relationship with The Cove Atlantis, we include these exclusive benefits when you book through Protravel:

  • Upgrade on arrival, subject to availability (from Ocean View Suite to Deluxe Ocean View Suite)
  • Continental breakfast daily for two guests, per room at Mosaic Restaurant exclusive of gratuities
  • USD $100 equivalent food & beverage credit to be utilized during stay

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