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The Cove Atlantis, Autograph Collection in Paradise Island, Bahamas
The Cove Atlantis is the island's most fashionable sophisticated and chic escape. Here, a stylish and decidedly upscale guest experience makes every moment as extraordinary, from the exquisite open-air lobby to the exclusive amenities offered. Included in your stay is also exclusive access to Cain at The Cove (an adults-only ultra-pool and beach club), as well as Cascades family pool. Our accommodations feature a most refined level of comfort, offering a host of designer amenities, and luxuries, dependent on your needs and requests.
Only one mythical resort can bring you dining options beyond comparison. Atlantis features 21 restaurants and 19 bars and lounges offering everything from fine dining to quick-and-easy favorites. Grab a quick bite pool side, indulge in endless buffets, or enjoy family-style meals -- Atlantis' dining is sure to satisfy your appetite. For our adventure seekers we offer: the Dolphin Cay, water park activities, water adventures and a marine habitat, activites such as rock climbing, golf. For those looking to relax and unwind, our award-winning Mandara Spa at Atlantis brings together ancient Balinese healing touches, traditional European therapies and natural elements indigenous to The Bahamas.
Location of The Cove Atlantis, Autograph Collection
Nearest Airport: NAS
Amenities for The Cove Atlantis, Autograph Collection
- Bar & Lounge
- On-Site Amenities
- Fitness Center
- Beach Access
- In-Room Amenities
- Private Patios or Balconies
- Rock Climbing
- Dolphin Encounters
- Spa & Wellness
Reviews for The Cove Atlantis, Autograph Collection
Just got back from an amazing 6 nights at the COVE. We were originally booked for the Royal Towers but after one night went forward with an upgrade. The Royal was lovely but lots and lots of children and lots of sound when balcony door open. The cove was total tranquility. The adult cove at the pool was amazing, though the service could be spotty.
Ok granted its a hike from most of the attractions and the other side of the resort. Probably the dolphin cay is the quickest walk. But oh man are the rooms huge and well appointed. it caters to a different crowd. Mostly upscale and elegantly dressed. There are the few families such as mine with kids. But overall great high quality hotel, plenty of shuttles to take you to the marina village. Private pool and beach are quiet and great. Really well done place. Liked it - for quiet and sanity times, plus a short hike (15-20 mins) to get to the fun and action of atlantis.
Freq_Traveler_101 - Chicago, Illinois
After staying at the Cove, I will never be able to return to The Royal Towers, I loved my room, the massive spacious bathroom was fantastic, I could have spent all day in that bath, its big enough to sleep in. The room service staff were more than helpful, the reception staff were great unlike the reception staff over at Royal Towers and I'm not just talking about being proactive and getting the job done, there attitudes were much better. The beach was beautiful and building itself is beautiful, clean and comfortable. The only Criticism I have with Atlantis is the parking/valet situation. If you pay to park at Atlantis Cove or Reef and you want to drive over to the royal towers maybe to use the restaurants or casino you have to pay again to park/valet in that buildings carpark, that to me is just greedy and ridiculous, I know that there are free shuttles between hotels, but you might be going out for the day or coming in from a day out and you want to stop at the Royal Towers building before going back to The Cove or Reef, why are you charge guest to park at both buildings? Surely the valet ticket from one Atlantis car park is good enough to park in any of the car parks.
iBeenAroundTheWorld - london england
Our family spent Christmas at The Cove. Check-in was not busy and there never seemed to be a line at reception. Our rooms were not ready so we had to wait and explore the property before getting access to our rooms. We booked two adjoining rooms because we have minor children and we requested rooms on a higher floor. We booked several months in advance of our arrival. At check-in we again reiterated that we booked and needed an adjoining room....also our children were there with us so it was pretty obvious. We were finally given our room keys which were on the 9th floor (perfect and beautiful view) however as we entered our room we discovered the toilet had overflowed all over the floor. Forget calling down to reception, nobody will help you. I had to walk down to reception and get pretty upset to get someone to help me. They did give us the adjoining rooms but now only to realize that they had us on a different floor from our children and we were on the 4th floor which was a view mostly of the pool because the palm trees obstruct your view of the ocean and the pool music blasts into your room if the door is open. They found us adjoining rooms on the 4th floor and that was as good as they could get us. For all our displeasure and frustration they did have a wine and cheese platter and snack basket delivered to our rooms. The rooms themselves are huge...the bathroom is huge...like a decent size studio apartment without a kitchen. Don't mess with the fridge at all due to the sensors or you will have to pay or haggle with reception that you didn't drink anything. The room decor is nice although the carpet felt a little dirty. The beds were probably the most comfortable I have ever slept in a hotel. The staff at the hotel are not friendly. I agree with other reviewers that because there is an automatic 15% tip added to EVERYTHING that they take this for granted and don't feel they have to be friendly, helpful or gracious. That was probably the biggest turn-off and I wish they would change that policy...they might find that their employees work harder. The restaurants are ridiculously overpriced. For a family of four to eat three meals a day, I would plan on a budget of $500 per day. Ridiculous! The Cove doesn't have that many restaurants to eat at and because there are so few of them they are hard to get into. We often took the shuttle bus and went over to the Royal Towers (the other Atlantis property) and there were a TON of restaurants and some more affordable options. We ate outside the property a few times and it might have been a little cheaper but not much and the taxi ride (albeit we had 7 in our party) was like $100 roundtrip for maybe 10 minutes each direction....so factoring in this not sure if eating in town really saves you money. The driver did wait for us to have dinner...I guess $100 does get you this which was very nice. The restaurants we ate at outside the property were recommended on Trip Advisor...The Fish Fry (not impressed, not cheap and everything is fried food, rice and beans and not that special to take an expensive taxi to, also drinking out of plastic cups for wine...it truly was not that cheap of a dinner), Frankie Gone Bananas (not impressed here either, would not go again), the best place was Anthony's...not fancy but neither were the other two but the food was more edible and healthy than the other two, I would go here again. At the Royal Towers we went to Olives (very good, would go again, expensive), Bahamian Club (excellent, would definitely go again but very expensive), Virgil's BBQ (family style which is nice but everything is bbq, southern sides which were good, but not healthy eating, would go again if I were in the mood specifically for bbq). At The Cove we at breakfast daily at Mosaic (this is buffet only and a total rip off..$50 per person for breakfast and $65 per per person for lunch. If breakfast was not included with our stay we would have figured something else out), Seaglass which is mainly a bar but they did have some nice small plates/appetizers that you could make into a light meal, I would go here again. We also ate burgers and such at the pool eatery and that was not expensive but it is just your basic hamburgers and hotdogs if you are in the mood for this and don't want to spend a lot of money but not high quality. Service at the pool and beach is non-existent and you will just have to go up and stand in line and order your own food and drinks. We found that because dinner was so expensive that we chinsed at buying cocktails at the pool. The waterslides and lazy river on the property was a huge plus for our kids. They loved it. The ocean, while it is shallow and swimmable, it was colder than the Caribbean sea that we have experienced in Cancun and it has some rocks to stub your feet on and there was quite a bit of seaweed...but all in all the water is a beautiful color and it is probably much nice in the summer months. I enjoyed the spa one of the days and by far it was the best spa experience I have had on a vacation. The manicure/pedicure was the best I have ever had in my life. The ladies that attended to me and my mother-in-law were top notch and deserve a raise. Their friendliness made up for all the other disinterested and grumpy staff members. I would highly recommend going to their spa if you are interested in that type of thing on vacation. We did the paddle board with dolphins activity and felt that not only the trainers had little experience but that the dolphins were not really trained for the activity. They tried knocking into our boards which freaked all of us out. My husband fell off his board at one time and the trainers freaked out which indicated something was wrong. When my husband fell in, the dolphins charged him quickly and they were biting and pulling at his oar and he does not scare easily but it made him nervous. We have done dolphin swims in Cancun which felt safer and the trainers felt trained where we were actually in the water swimming with the dolphins and they pulled and pushed us in the water...and we never felt unsafe. At The Cove we felt like they just left us in the lagoon while they went off and did other things. We quickly lost interest due to our nervousness of the dolphins and left. Waste of money and I would not recommend. Although the Bahamas was on my bucket list and I am glad to have gone somewhere new, the price tag on the rooms per night, the ridiculous amount of money you spend to eat and the unfriendliness of the staff, it would not be one that we could justify making a return trip and for all these reason I give this resort 3 stars. Was it a horrible trip?....heavens no...but we spent a lot to go and being in debt for 7 days of eating at $500 per day was a hard pill to swallow. I don't want to go on vacation and skip meals, eat hotdogs and not order a glass of wine all in the name of having a $3,500+ bill for eating when we get back.
Tina W - Roseville, California
Been going here at least twice a year since it opened in 05/06. This is the worst service we have experienced here. When we checked in ac was not working, took multiple calls and 2 hours to show up. The next morning we noticed we did not have our commentary cove beach bag, robe or slippers. Multiple calls and nothing. Went down to manager and complained and we received a $200 credit. The prompt response button is a joke. It wasnâ€™t about the money, itâ€™s about the level of service you expect from a high end resort. The rooms were extremely dated and worn, the alarm clock was so old it had a plug for an original iPhone. The halls were hot like they were saving power and they were dirty. Shower took forever to get warm. We were on a Corp trip in December and stayed at Baha Mar for the first time, there staff was very friendly. Everything was shinny and new. I gave them a great review but stated my loyalty to the the Atlantis. If the Atlantis wants to compete with their new competition they better step it up.
woodize - nc