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The Cove Atlantis


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Stylish and dynamic, The Cove Atlantis sits atop two of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Inspired by the beauty of its natural surroundings, The Cove is a place that thrives on the rhythm of the day. While its pool and beach club create a seamless day-to-night scene, its spectacular ocean views and a balmy open-air lobby embrace nature's most compelling elements, creating seductive and indulgent experiences that only The Cove Atlantis could call its own.

Each suite at The Cove is infused with contemporary design and utmost attention to detail. The oversized, open-floor-plan suites are inspired by the beautiful surroundings of beach, surf, and ocean. Natural woods and sleek design create a balanced and sensual ambiance. The most luxurious amenities are available to guests of The Cove, including a custom minibar, 24 hour room service, and the latest technology. For an even higher level of luxury, guests can upgrade to The Club for concierge level suites with additional services and amenities.

Guests of The Cove will enjoy its supreme location, closest to Aquaventure, Dolphin Cay, Mandara Spa, the Fitness Center, the two main pools, and Mesa Grill. In addition, guests 18 and older of The Cove have privileged access to Cain at The Cove, the exclusive ultra-pool, which features live DJs, outdoor gaming, and 20 private cabanas.

Stay at The Cove for the very highest in luxury on your Atlantis getaway!

Find out more about Nassau's Paradise Island.

Learn about other accommodations within Atlantis Paradise Island:
Beach Tower
Coral Towers
Royal Tower
Harborside Resort
The Reef

Learn more about the dining programs available to Atlantis guests!
HOTEL LOCATION
Located on the apex of two of the most beautiful beaches in the world, Cove and Paradise beaches.
Address: ONE CASINO DRIVE
PARADISE ISLAND


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Local Phone: 242-363-3000
HOTEL FACILITIES
Barber / Beauty Salon
Boutique Shops
Concierge
Parking
Casino Onsite (Atlantis)
Pools
Number of Pools: 2
Outdoor Pools: 2     
Cain at The Cove: adults-only, exclusive to guests of The Cove. Cascades: all-ages, semi-private pool shared with The Reef. Private poolside and beach cabanas for rent daily. Personal concierge.
Golf: ON-SITE
Ocean Club Golf Course
Holes: 0
Green Fees: see Atlantis website
Club Rental Fees: SEE ATLANTIS WEBSITE
Lessons Available
Water Sports on Site
Fishing: Additional Charge
Sunfish Sailing: Additional Charge
Snorkeling: Additional Charge
Hobie Cats: Additional Charge
Paddle Boats: Additional Charge
Motorboats: Additional Charge
JetSki / Waverunner: Additional Charge
Waterskiing: Additional Charge
Wind Surf: Additional Charge
Other Sports Available
Horseback Riding: Additional Charge
Jogging Trail: Additional Charge
Raquetball: Additional Charge
Squash: Additional Charge
Health Club / Spa
Aerobics: Additional Charge
Jacuzzi: Additional Charge
Massage: Additional Charge
Nautilus Equipment: Additional Charge
Sauna: Additional Charge
Spa: Additional Charge
Steam Room: Additional Charge
Manicure / Pedicure: Additional Charge
Facials: Additional Charge
HOTEL DETAILS
Guests of The Cove Atlantis have full and complimentary access to the world of Atlantis and all its activities, pools, waterslides, gourmet restaurants, boutique shopping and the largest and most exciting casino in the Carribean. Beach: Located on two of the most beautiful beaches in the world, Cove and Paradise Beaches. Check-in: 4:00pm
Check-out: 11:00am
Total Rooms: 600
Year Opened: 2007 Credit Cards:
HOTEL RESTRICTIONS
There is a late check-out fee of $150.00 per hour, per suite and will be applied to guests that check out after 11am. Minimum age for check- in is 21 years old with a valid credit cards in their name. Hotel only offers king beds.
DINING
There are 18 Restaurants at The Cove Atlantis:
Nobu - Trendy Japanese cuisine at the newest outpost of the acclaimed Nobu restaurant. Children 6 and under not permitted. Open for dinner.
Bimini Road - Uniquely spiced entrees such as tamarind glazed pork chop, grilled mahi mahi, and mojo marinated chicken are tamed by sweet "tings" like pineapple bread pudding, tropical sorbets, and cookie-bash pie. Open for lunch and dinner.
Poseidon's Table - Dine in the "Old World" ambiance of this international marketplace, serving regional fare at made-to-order food stations. Open for breakfast and dinner.
Bahamian Club - Traditional fine dining in a warm and inviting club atmosphere. The dinner menu features gourmet salads, the finest cuts of steaks, chicken, and fresh grilled seafood. Open for dinner.
Chop Stix - Asian dining experience with contemporary Chinese cuisine and unique entrees. Open for dinner.
Murray's Delicatessen - Enjoy majestic views of The Marina in a New York-style deli. Breakfast includes a variety of all-American platters. For lunch and dinner, enjoy matzo ball soup, smoked fish, deli sandwiches, brisket, and more. Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
The Village Burger Shack - Casual and family-friendly restaurant serving a variety of gourmet burgers, fresh fish, vegetarian options, an extensive list of sides, and shakes. Located in Marina Village. Indoor and outdoor seating available.
Casa D'Angelo - Elegant authentic Italian dining in an intimate environment. Casa D'Angelo offers an extensive menu with Southern Italian accents. Children 6 and under not permitted. Open for dinner.
Lagoon Bar & Grill - Casual lunch on an open-air terrace under an aquatic painted domed ceiling
The Cove Pool Cafe - Bistro-table and chaise lounge service of fresh fare from ceviche and sashimi bento boxes to gourmet burgers and wraps, smoothies and full bar service.
Mosaic - Mesiterranean-influenced featuring action cooking stations to prepart dishes on demand, from fresh fish to churrasco. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Seafire Steakhouse - Tempting starters from classic shrimp cocktail to oysters Rockefeller complement entrees such as spit-roasted prime rib and lemon pepper tuna. Variety of signature martinis and extensive collection of fine wines. Open for dinner.
Virgil's Real BBQ - Serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner and includes a bar. Family-style dining with Southern-style offerings that include rubs and marinades enhanced by hours of gentle smoking over hickory, oak, and fruit woods.
The Point Restaurant & Bar - Situated along Nassau Harbor, The Point is the perfect place to watch the Bahamian sunset. The dinner menu features salads and sandwiches, as well as steak, chicken, and seafood prepared with Bahamian flair. Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Seagrapes - This buffet restaurant features views of the marine exhibits and ocean. The fare includes international and local dishes, as well as American comfort foods. Open for breakfast and dinner.
Carmine's - Family style dining with sumptuous platters of classic Italian recipes served in abundant portions to share with family and friends. Open for dinner only.
Olives - Casual dining experience with a three-meal-a-day menu featuring signature interpretive Mediterranean cuisine, as well as a variety of seafood dishes prepared with fresh seasonal ingredients. Open until 3 a.m.
Cafe Martinique - The graceful candlelit Cafe Martinique features French gourmet fare and spectacular marina views. The glass-enclosed cellar will feature and international variety of acclaimed wines. Children 6 and under not permitted. Open for dinner.
ACTIVITIES & ENTERTAINMENT
Daily Activities & Entertainment:
Dolphin Cay, Aquaventure waterpark, nine waterslides, 15 Marine Habitats, Cain at the Cove (adults only ultra-pool), Mandara Spa, lazy river
Nightly Activities & Entertainment:
Atlantis Casino, Dragons Nightclub, Aura Nightclub, Atlantis Theater, CRUSH teen nightclub, Jokers Wild Comedy Club, live nightly entertainment
CHILDREN'S PROGRAMS
Atlantis Kids Adventures (ages 3-12), CRUSH teen club (ages 13-17), arcade, children's pool, pottery studio, raceway

Babysitting Fee: yes

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They don’t care
keysgirl111,
Mon Sep 24 20:35:11 EDT 2018
We booked a long anniversary weekend at The Cove. It started out great. We checked in early, hotel staff was amazing, suite was even better. Went to the pool and were surprised that there was no water view. Staff at the Sip Sip was inconsistent - some good, some didn’t care that we were there. The pool was nice, but no music variety. We had a TV that didn’t work in the room as well as the hair dryer. They did remedy this problem. We had dinner reservations on our anniversary at Nobu at 7:30 pm. We dressed and arrived to a closed restaurant. They obviously did not feel the need to contact is that it would be closed, even though we had a confirmed reservation. Our $300 dinner at a different restaurant was sub par as was our $300 dinner at the steakhouse the night before. The cold buffet at the Mosaic was also disappointing, but the worst part is that we registered our complaint regarding our anniversary dinner and have not received a response. This was a test drive for next year’s big anniversary. We’ve booked somewhere else.

Amazing time at the Pool!
Mila_Roa, Roatan
Mon Sep 24 04:43:18 EDT 2018
We hung out at the Cove’s pool area during our stay in atlantis during our honeymoon and it was amazing. Definitely my favorite spot! Good vibes, good music and felt like i was in a pool party in Las Vegas! The food is good, had an extremely overpriced burger but tasted amazing so was ok. Honestly it was the best food in all Atlantis. However the drinks are not good at all and too expensive. $15 for a Rum Punch in a small flimsy plastic glass that tasted like bitter orange juice, melted ice and cheap rum is not what we had in mind! especially since they promoted it as their most famous drink! Say what??! My husband is very easy going and drinks anything with alcohol in it lol, but even He couldn’t drink it down. So, i’d say Go! enjoy! But Stick to a coke or maybe an overpriced Rosè? and try the amazing burger!

Fantastic vacation!
Ilene S, Dallas, Texas
Sun Sep 23 12:15:59 EDT 2018
My husband & I originally had this vacation planned & booked in April. We canceled the night before we left bc of an emergency. The reservation department was helpful & gracious. They allowed us to re-book w in a year at no penalty. Our Ocean Suite was on the 15th floor and was really nice. The view was worth the upgrade from resort view. Our room had every amenity you’d ever need including a “do not disturb/ make up room” door light indicator. Housekeeping & nightly turn-down (w comp water) was efficient. There was security at the entrance to make sure only Cove guests came in. The concierge in the Cove lobby was extremely helpful & friendly too. He or she helped w outstanding, off-site dining options & reservations (separate reviews). This was the best time to come (mid Sept). Occupancy is low so the Cove was quiet & not crowded. We could ride all the water slides & the rapid river without waiting or being crowded. The adults only pool is exclusive to The Cove & The Royal tower. The pool is gorgeous. Comfortable seating. Excellent service- the team of professional women that took care of us were super- heroes- remembered our names & drinks. Fast service even when it got busy. Pool side restaurant (Sip Sip) was excellent; as was pool side food options. Plenty of loungers, tables & umbrellas. The beach was like a postcard. Comfortable seating & great service also. On property restaurants: We had buffet breakfast & buffed dinner (once) at Mosaic. It is in the same building as The Cove so no need for the shuttle bus. While it’s expensive, the food was gourmet quality & huge variety. Everything was fresh w several made-to- order stations. Service was outstanding & friendly. Casa D Angelo- Italian. Very good. Good service. Wine selection wasn’t great but mixed drinks were on-point. The night we ate there it was packed bc of a convention at the nearby convention center. Everyone was frazzled but still friendly. Seafire Steakhouse- full disclosure: we are from Texas so our steakhouse expectations are probably unrealistic. Good food & service. Poor wine options but good mixed drinks. What could have been better: We purchased the Gourmet Dining plan & made on-property dinner resos prior to arrival. Because occupancy was low, five of the eight gourmet restaurants were closed. And no one called us to let us know. Showing up for an 8:00 dinner reso to a sign on the door is crap. So, this time of year don’t buy a plan. Honestly the off property restaurants we ate at were way better than anything we’d have found on property. *Note- Atlantis easily refunded our plan & just charged us for what we’d eaten instead. Good to know: The Bahamian dollar is 1:1 w US dollars so no need to exchange. All taxis only take cash & don’t give change. The ride from the airport was about $50. Ride across the bridge to restaurants was $15- $35. Bring lots of small bills. Everything has automatic 15% gratuity & 12% VAT added. Literally everything is expensive. Nothing is manufactured on the islands; all imported. Be prepared. However the service we received from EVERY SINGLE PERSON was five star. From our cabbies to the bathroom attendants, servers etc they were incredible. I might have hugged a few ppl. Wifi- The Cove offered free WiFi for up to 4 devices. However every time you leave the tower you have to sign in again & your previous IP address isn’t recognized. We had $200+ charges on our bill. They told us it was bc we had 11 devices. Also the desk agents can’t remove these charges. Only IT can. Monitor your bill on the TV to avoid a nasty surprise at check out. Trip insurance: because it’s hurricane season we looked into it. We flew Southwest Airlines & they offer no penalty refunds/ credit for flights canceled. The Atlantis will allow you to re-book w in a year. So we didn’t need insurance. We plan to return same time next year!

Paradise on Paradise Island
Cindy J,
Sun Sep 23 11:38:39 EDT 2018
What a wonderful week of sun and fun all within the luxurious confines of The Cove. This trip was my 10th visit to this retreat only hours away from the east coast (Southwest and Jet Blue offer great fares to Nassau). The Cove features spacious suites all with an ocean view and private balcony. The staff is superb and genuinely friendly and happy people. There are plenty of activities on site and if you just want to soak up the sun you can do that at the adult only pool (it can get a little rowdy on weekends with bachelorette parties and such). It’s not inexpensive but is affordable if you plan ahead. I always book Sandra’s Taxi because not only are they very dependable, they will make a stop at the grocery and liquor store on your way in from the airport. There are lots of tips I can share but the best one is to treat yourself - #yolo.

Food Allergies BEWARE
Kara L,
Sun Sep 23 07:14:24 EDT 2018
The first night we stayed there, a Wednesday evening in September which is very low season, we went for dinner at Olives. There were maybe 3 other tables occupied by guests. We told each server that my husband had an allergy to all nuts, tree nuts and legumes as he has for the past 30 years. We ordered an appetizer and my husband had a bite and began to have an allergic reaction. We had several plates on our table, but he was fairly sure it was the appetizer. I grabbed a waiter and handed him the plate saying “I think this has nuts and as we told you, my husband is allergic”. The waiter put the plate back on the table promising us there were no nuts. We thought maybe a loose piece of nut or oil contaminated something else he had eaten? We believed the waiter would know without a doubt if there was nuts in a dish as nuts are some of the most lethal allergies. My husband takes another bite and his lips are plump and mouth tingling. I ask another waiter - there are definitely nuts in this I think? The waiters then run to the back and start chatting, then 3 waiters come to the table with the manager. The manager is quite abrasive, asking why we didn’t tell anyone he had a but allergy as the protocol is for the chef to come out. I’m stunned - as had literally told every single staff member we came into contact about the allergy. Then, we are asking the manager of the restaurant still if there are nuts and he will not answer and even said “what does it matter now?” They were clearly more concerned with covering their own behinds than tending to my husband. This goes on and becomes this dramatic thing where I’m demanding the manager to tell me what the heck my husband just ate (if there wasn’t nuts - was he allergic to something else?!) At which point this younger assistant who brought us the water has clearly reached his tolerance of the situation and the only one of them moved by integrity, blurts out that there is a purée of almond in the dip. He later explains the waiter may have not known an almond was a nut. The manager awkwardly came back to our table and told us “the meal was taken care of” as in - we did not have to pay for the meal. He didn’t apologize. He didn’t offer any explanation as to how a restaurant that likely serves hundreds of people a night and charges hundreds per a head, is capable of making such a dangerous mistake. We choose to stay at reputable hotels because of the security and quality of the food, grounds, and staff. This interaction was not one that I have ever had on so many levels. My husband has been served nuts at one other restaurant mistakenly 7 years ago. The manager, chef, and waiter at that restaurant in Mexico all came to the table and profusely aopigized and explained how it happened and that it would be a priority that is not happen again. When we got back to the tower we were staying in, we went to a manager to ask to check out. I personally did not feel it was a safe situation for my husband to continue to eat when staff was so reckless with food allergies. Had he taken a larger bite, it could have been a very scary situation. Rather than in the hospital, he had an itchy throat and GI problems for the first days of our trip. The manager explained that they called our hotel room to reach us, but I never answered. They had my cell phone and email but never used it. When I checked out, the woman had no record of any complaint. The woman did seem to be in disbelief - since there was no charge for Olives on our bill - that this even occurred. While we had a lovely time at the pool and beach, the level of acceptable nonsense was shocking. When you injure someone with a food allergy - you own it and make it right. You check in on the guest that you injured. You apologize. None of this happened. The manager behaved so inappropriately I wanted to leave the hotel that night. I Do not trust that the staff is honest and transparent and that is a non negotiable.



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