Atlantis Paradise Island announces its luxury hotel-within-a-hotel, The Cove, has resumed operations. The Cove, located between two private beaches, will be unveiling upgrades to its beachfront cabanas, 22nd-floor club lounge and the Nave Lobby this May.

The Cove offers 600 suites with balconies and floor-to-ceiling ocean views, all offering butler service. The adults-only Cove Pool has 20 private beach cabanas, the Caribbean’s only outdoor gaming, and beachside dining from Bahamian Chef Julie Lightbourn’s Sip Sip. Indoor gaming at Sea Glass Lounge, exceptional cuisine at Fish by Michelin-star Chef José Andrés, and shopping at Escape Boutique are all accessible to guests of The Cove.

Located at the Cove Peninsula’s tip is internationally acclaimed artist Antonius Roberts’ Sacred Space sculpture series. The Cove guests also have access to Atlantis’ Aquaventure with its various slides and pools, Atlantis Casino, five miles of beaches, a wide selection of diverse dining, spa, golf, shopping, an array of attractions and more. 

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Good to know: Guests can reserve The Cove Ultra-Luxe Bahamian Getaway in partnership with Advent Jets and Kamalame Cay. Groups of up to eight people can fly by private jet from select cities directly to Nassau’s Lynden Pindling Airport. 

The getaway includes a five-night stay in The Cove’s Sapphire Suite, a deluxe beachside cabana reserved at The Cove Pool daily and a tour with Bahamian artist in residence Antonius Roberts at his beachside Sacred Space art installation. An eight-course dinner at chef José Andrés’ Fish restaurant with a customized menu and aprons embroidered with guests’ names, and an omakase and sake experience at Nobu’s exclusive Sake Room, will also be included. Guests will then fly by seaplane to discover and spend the day at Kamalame Cay, a private oceanfront resort. All guests will receive a personalized and dated autographed cookbook by José Andrés and Nobu Matsuhisa, nightly turndown amenities, a parting gift and more. The package starts at $150,000.

Note: Atlantis Paradise Island offers guests returning to the United States complimentary COVID-19 rapid antigen testing for up to two guests per room. Guests can schedule their departure test upon arrival at the property with Atlantis’ onsite testing coordinator or online. For countries that require a COVID-19 RT-PCR test for re-entry, testing is available onsite at Atlantis and costs $165. For parties larger than two people, additional Rapid Antigen tests are available for $20.

Deal: In celebration of its reopening, guests will receive a Complimentary First Night Free at The Cove for stays between February 28 and November 30, 2021, with a minimum stay of four nights.

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