January 1, 2018 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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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
This is a great hotel. It may not be for everyone that can afford it. It's obviously not for those that can't afford it. I say this to fellow Marriott Rewards members. This hotel is a great points value (280,000 points for 7 nights). But, expect to spend plenty to enjoy those seven days and nights. There are some tips coming to mitigate your expense. Begin by understanding that there will be a $53 daily resort fee added. Additionally, there is a $12 daily room gratuity. I won't bore you, but, while surprised at the additional charges, I'm fairly sure they are reasonable, given the resort amenities, water park, etc. So, think of this as information, not a complaint. The room: The room is very similar to nice suites in Vegas hotels. We had a king room. The sleeping area has a tv and drawers and desk. Bed met expectations, which are understandably high for this type of property. The living room area is a step (literally, not figuratively) down from the bedroom. It was very comfortable. We enjoyed coffee from the unexpected Keurig machine in the room. 4 Starbucks cups were replenished each day, and we consumed them all. The balcony was just deep enough for the 2 chairs and the small table (we had to request). I like cigars, and this was a private and quiet spot to enjoy the Super Moon and ocean views. There are rooms with larger and nicer balconies, and I thought my Marriott platinum status might score me one of these, and I did ask. The hotel was nowhere near full, but, they still said no, so, don't be disappointed if your Marriott status doesn't get you some upgrades. Lunch was available at a variety of poolside venues. Our favorite was the Breakwater Grill (see your map). They had killer onion rings for $3.50, quite possibly the best food value on the Resort. Cabanas: This is a topic that is confusing and difficult. There are cabanas all over the water park. We settled on the "Current Cabanas". They are on the river Rapids trail, and they are fairly private. We paid $160 for a weekday and $219 for a weekend day. Our only complaint here is that for some reason, this location becomes the "beaching" location for empty rafts. Honestly, it was a mild eyesore (I'll try to add a picture) We heard that there are locations as low as $110 for a weekday. A Cabana allows people like me to spend a whole day at the pool or beach. On the high end, there are spectacular cabanas at the Cove beach. These are Teak Lined. They have a flat screen tv. They have a shower. They are also $1,000 for a weekday and $1500 on a weekend. I think they support 6 or 8 adults, so, we probably would have sprung for a day, if we were traveling with another couple. Dining: Several restaurants were closed on Sunday to Wednesday. We did room service on one night. It was pretty quick, and good. Keep in mind that every restaurant adds a 15% gratuity. In most cases, I just added enough to get to 20%. Carmine's: If you are a couple, just expect to send back over half of your food. We ordered a Carmine's salad and Lasagna. We spend about $100. Murray's Delicatessen: This may be the best sit down restaurant value. We spent about $75. I had a French Dip sandwich. My wife had the meat loaf. We recommend the meat loaf. Marina Pizza: If you don't feel like spending a lot, this is quick and good. The pizza is great and by the (big) slice. Add a pasta and meatball dish to share. Our favorite Nassau restaurants are not on Paradise Island. It's a $15 cab fare each way to downtown restaurants. Graycliff: Maybe my favorite restaurant in the world. I had a Filet and my wife had the Lobster Thermidor Graycliff. We shared the Chocolate SoufflĂ© for dessert. After dinner we retired to the cigar friendly piano bar where I enjoyed a fresh rolled Graycliff Chateau Torpedo. They have a roller on site each evening preparing their signature cigar for guests. It was an expensive evening, but, amazing. I paired the cigar ($20) with a Dalmore Cigar Malt ($42). Dinner was about $300. Cafe Matisse is also worth cab fare into town. I had Osso Bucco, and my wife had the filet. (About $150). If weather is nice, ask for courtyard seating. I reviewed both of these restaurants in 2009, and they are still as good. Tonight is our last night, and we are going to Todd English' Olives. A favorite resort spot for my cigar loving friends. Try the Moon Bar in the Casino. It's swanky with crystal ashtrays. Summay: This resort is huge. Walking is a plenty. You can shuttle to various parts of the resort. We generally shuttled to dinner and meandered back. We had a great week.
Randy S - Hoover, AL
Upgraded from the Royal Towers to the Cove. SIGNIFICANT IMPROVEMENT. The Cove is smaller and more like a luxury boutique hotel. The staff is extremely polished and friendly. There are a TON less people so it feels more organized and less like a conference hotel/cattle call. Food: basically the same pricing as everywhere else in Atlantis, but the dining experiences are cleaner and much better presentation. Rooms: Rooms are really nice and all junior Suite or Suite style. Very large. Great views. Solid. Comfortable bedding. Luxurious and huge bathrooms. Great. Importantly, the rooms were clean! This is important since that was NOT the case with two rooms I had next door in the Royal Tower Pools: spent all our time at the adults only pool. There is a bit of the â€śtowel chair savesâ€ť going on, which is always annoying at a luxury resort of this price. But in general the pools are nice and plenty of room. Adult pool has a DJ all day. Wide variety of genres but all the DJs were pretty great. Music changes from Lounge early in the day, to more hyped with mixes of pop, R&B and hip hop later in the afternoon. But they close REALLY early. Like 4:30pm. Vanessa at the adult pool was fantastic for service. Front Desk: the front desk staff was great. Extremely friendly and helpful. Melvin checked us in, and he was on point. Even gave some dining and nightlife suggestions that were really local and exactly what we were looking for. Overall a really nice hotel. the increase in price was worth it. The hotel is significantly nicer than absolutely everything else at Atlantis and it feels worth the money compared to what you get and the experience. Just donâ€™t expect any extras or special touches that you might get at other luxury resorts (ie no poolside random treats or spritzes or cute special items in your room etc.).
ATLHotelLuva - New York City, New York
Visited property in October after the hurricanes. Hotel not full, but no proper upgrade with my Marriott Gold Status. Children allowed the Cove. Very loud in the hallways as we constantly heard voices, kids running, screaming, etc. The Cove pool is very loud! It is pretty much Spring Break for adults. Topless women in the pool. Drunk people, lack of style and etiquette. Horrible casino gambling crowd! Not a place if you are from Europe. Never again will I visit this property! No Marriott benefits at all received! Not worth the room rate at all. Not at all luxury level as one experiences in Europe or Asia!
Dinese H - Munich, Germany
I love this place , been a regular for years . I am not loving the new food menu at the cove . Service is amazing very attentive staff . Food at the resort could use a little help . Pricey and not the best quality .
laura r - Washington DC, District of Columbia
I've been to several 5 star resorts and I will not be coming back here again... Here are the main reasons why: 1. Everything is over priced. Forget the fact that I'm from Canada and the exchange rate. $35 dollars for a breakfast buffet and mandatory 15 percent gratuity is not acceptable. I will pay a top where it is worked for and earned. 2. As a result of this mandatory tipping, the staff appear to do the bare minimum. I expected great service (which is not limited to greeting guests and opening door for guests). Im the 5 days I was there, not once did anyone ask if we wanted a beverage while sitting by the pool. Is that normal for a 5 star resort? I was also travelling with my 9 month old and requested a fridge right away so her milk would not spoil. 2 phone calls and 40 minutes later, the fridge came. 3. I pride myself on being a foodie. Food options at the Cove itself are limited. You have to walk quite a way if you want some decent food by Marina village or at the Royal towers. Your only other options at the cove are the buffet, which is essentially brunch until 5 pm or Seaglass, which had 5 options on the menu. When I asked if I could tweak my chicken wrap I was told no and that i could only change the sauce on my $19 dollar chicken wrap with a side of a handful of potato chips. Ridiculous. Alot of the options by the pool (Cascades) are ready made wraps and salads. For 14 dollars for a salad and chicken I'd like it fresh and my chicken to be made on the spot. Again, not asking for much. 5. Turn down service at 8:30 pm. I'm generally used to being out of my room for turn down service. Besides the room and beautiful resort, I am dissapointed in my stay here and we will not be coming back. Not worth the $$$ and you can certainly get a better value at other resorts.
sbani - Toronto