One of the leading luxury resorts in The Bahamas is set to reopen this week, Caribbean Journal has learned.
The Cove at Atlantis, the 600-unit, all-suite resort at the Atlantis Paradise Island resort is reopening its doors on Feb. 11, according to the property.
The Cove has long been the most luxurious enclave at Atlantis, highlighted by its popular adults-only pool with 20 private cabanas.
The property, set on its own stretch of beach on Paradise Island, is the latest Atlantis property to reopen amid a phased relaunch that began in mid-December and now includes The Reef, the Royal, The Coral and the Harborside resorts.
Most of Atlantis’ popular amenities are open for travelers, including its signature casino, its marina, its spa, the Dolphin Cay marine habitat and the Ocean Club Golf Course, among others.
The Bahamas is currently open for tourism; you can find more on the country’s travel protocols here.
The Cove joins a broad number of hotels and resorts now open in The Bahamas, from megaresorts like Atlantis and the Baha Mar to small properties across the Out Islands.
To help travelers comply with the new CDC testing requirements for returning travelers, The Cove is providing two free rapid antigen tests for per room for guests at The Cove and other Atlantis resorts.
For more, visit The Cove at Atlantis.