The Cove at Atlantis

by Katie SkrzekS

Apr 3, 2019

Atlantis Resort, Dubai, United Arab Emirates © Oleg Zhukov | Dreamstime

Reviews / Hotel

I stayed at The Cove at Atlantis Resort in the Bahamas for a recent family bachelorette party. I briefly visited the resort during a stop on a cruise years ago, so I felt like I was experiencing it for the first time.


We took a resort shuttle from the airport and made our way to the Club Lounge on the 22nd floor of The Cove to check-in. The lounge offers breakfast and a variety of snacks throughout the day to guests with access.


I stayed in a suite with four other family members. Three of us shared a two-bedroom guestroom and the other two had their own separate space. The spacious bathroom made getting ready with three women easy. I also enjoyed the complimentary WiFi and our view of the resort and ocean.


The resort is huge. Even after spending time walking the grounds, I know I didn’t see everything. I strolled around the casino, shopping area, pools, fitness center and beach. Shuttles are available for transfers between the different buildings within Atlantis, though the resort is walkable with clear signage.


Each day during our stay we rented a cabana on the beach. The cabana felt more like a mini beach house, with a bathroom, large couch, mini refrigerator, lounge chairs, patio, outdoor shower plus plenty of towels. We had a dedicated server, so ordering drinks and food was simple. We had fun visiting the Rapid River water attraction multiple times. There are many water activities available, but we opted for a more relaxing visit.


There are numerous dining options for all tastes at Atlantis. We dined at Bahamian Club, Olives, Mosiac, Nobu and the Lagoon Bar and Grill during our visit. Bahamian Club and Nobu were standouts.


Whether you want an adventurous trip or a relaxing experience, The Cove at Atlantis offers something for every traveler.




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