The leading luxury resort on the Bahamian island of Eleuthera is back, Caribbean Journal has confirmed.
The Cove, Eleuthera, long the most celebrated luxury resort on the island of Eleuthera and among the top hotels in The Bahamas, reopened this week.
The 27-room hotel is set about 20 minutes from the island’s chief air portal, North Eleuthera International Airport.
Amenities include a pair of private white-sand beaches; a gym; a gourmet eatery, a spa; an open-air “sunset bar” and a broad watersports offering.
It’s been closed since the onset of the pandemic.
“While we greatly missed being in service to our guests during our closure, we enjoyed a rare opportunity to step back and view The Cove through a new lens,” the property said in a statement. “We look forward to welcoming you back to our beautiful, natural setting on Eleuthera Island – where we offer our guests ultimate tranquility and privacy. We look forward to sharing this new vision with you.”
It’s a significant boost for Eleuthera, whose hotel stock largely consists of boutique hotels, with the exception of the Cape Eleuthera resort at the far southern tip of the island.
The island has been seeing a wave of activity amid the pandemic; that included the debut of the new Jack’s Bay residential community (anchored by a Tiger Woods-designed short course) and the announcement of a planned Ritz-Carlton Reserve property at the historic Cotton Bay development.
For more, visit The Cove, Eleuthera.