- Stunning aquariums and up-close encounters with marine life
- Eleven pools on property
- Included access to 141-acre Aquaventure waterscape
- Collaboration with Tropic Ocean Airways for concierge-style transportation services
Beachfront luxury with designer style and world-class amenities on Paradise Island
The Cove at Atlantis is the height of splendor on Paradise Island. Experience luxury design specifically tailored to complement the surrounding turquoise sea and white sand beaches. At this luxe property, you’ll be whisked into an upscale haven with modern Bahamian culture at every turn, from The Cove Pool, designed in partnership with renowned designer Lulu DK, breathtaking beach cabanas, a range of suites, and a private beach set between Cove and Paradise Beaches. The vibe here is sophisticated, fun and low key. Enjoy everything from meals crafted by Master Chef Jose Andres, sculptural art installations, and even a premier concierge-style air taxi for arrivals and departures from South Florida.
Whether the highlight of your trip is dining on the beach at a recreation of the famous Harbour Island restaurant Sip Sip, lounging in a beachfront cabana or gazing at the Sacred Space sculptural installation on the Cove Peninsula, you’ll be glad you came.
Atlantis Paradise Island has activities to keep you busy your entire trip, whether you want to golf, explore the world’s largest open-air marine habitat, test your luck at a casino or kick back at a spa.
Paradise Island is located just half a mile from Nassau, and the two 600-feet bridges that connect the two are a straight shot to Caribbean heaven. On this small island, you’ll find an assortment of resorts, restaurants and stunning beaches including Smugglers Beach, Paradise Beach and Colonial Beach.
Take a short taxi or ferry ride to Nassau for a dose of Bahamian culture at the Bay Street Straw Market for locally crafted souvenirs sold at a bustling market. For more beach time, head to iconic Cable Beach, or visit Adastra Gardens for a shady activity perfect for the whole family. Wanting a more cultural viewpoint of the island? The Queen’s Staircase dates back to the late 18th century, and the solid limestone flight of stairs carved entirely by slaves honors Queen Victoria and her role in abolishing slavery in the Bahamas.