“Tru tru” luxury, Bahamian spirit and culture are at the core of The Cove. Guests are welcomed to lunch and brunch at Sip Sip, our new beachfront and poolside dining experience. Art - both tangible and spiritual – is found throughout the resort in the designs of Bahamian artists Antonius Roberts and Lulu deKwiatkowski.
Sip Sip, the celebrated Harbour Island eatery, is now open at The Cove Pool, with seating poolside and in the sand, on Paradise Beach. The barefoot, Bahamian feel, combined with a culinary experience featuring the freshest, locally sourced seasonal ingredients is only surpassed by the commitment to supporting local fishermen and farmers.
The newly re-designed, barefoot chic essence of The Cove Pool is sophisticated and relaxed, mixing Bahamian themes with the purity of the aqua sea. The Lulu DK exclusive designs for The Cove Pool are a reflection of her adopted home in Nassau, The Bahamas, its natural beauty and people. Lulu’s fabrics move from deep blues to turquoise as they get closer to the Bahamian ocean.
Coming Soon to The Cove. The fresh seafood-focused dining experience from Chef José Andres will celebrate the delectable abundance of fish and seafood from the azure waters of the Bahamas. When open, the restaurant’s menu will skillfully present memorable dishes using local fish and seafood, fresh lobster and crustaceans, tuna, lionfish, and Bahamian conch. Preparations will range from simple and flavorful to innovative and creative, served as small plates for sharing or larger-format dishes. Guests will also be able to choose from an array of innovative, hand-crafted cocktails and wines.
Sacred Space, a sculptural installation on The Cove Peninsula, was created by acclaimed Bahamian artist Antonius Roberts. Carved from the Madeira tree, the seven dancing figures, represent the artist’s deep-seated respect for the sanctity and significance of the country’s trees and forests. The beautiful ‘Sacred Women’ embody the intention of triumph, hope and determination and a vision to help conserve Bahamian heritage over that which is discarded or destroyed in the name of progress and a beacon connecting Paradise Island to the 700 islands of the Bahamas.