More than a place to swim, The Cove Pool is a colorful oasis where Bahamian art and culture seamlessly intertwine. Lulu deKwiatkowski – the influential founder and designer of the luxury home décor and jewelry brand Lulu DK – has used a lifetime of Bahamian experiences to re-design The Cove Pool’s 20 cabanas with art and designs borne from both the nature and culture of The Bahamas. Each cabana features art and textiles created to complement the exclusive Lulu DK designs on the 20 bespoke Nusa Indah surfboards, inspired by the spirit of the islands. Dedicated cabana butlers offer guests spa treatments, complimentary tea, coffee, both flat and sparkling water, and a daily copy of the New York Times.
Born in New York, Lulu DeKwiatkowski uses the memories of childhood vacations spent in The Bahamas to create works of art from which she develops her line of textiles, jewelry, and other accessories.
Exclusive to adult guests of The Cove Atlantis, on the apex of Cove and Paradise beaches, the 9,000 square-foot pool is decidedly sophisticated with two separate elevated infinity pools at each end.
All 20 of the cabanas at The Cove Pool & Beach feature original art and fabric design by Lulu De Kwiatkowski, inspired by Paradise Island’s breathtaking white sand and the spirit of the country. Each of the vibrant cabanas are decorated with her original paintings, a one-of-a-kind, handcrafted, Lulu DK-designed Nusa Indah surfboard. Allow the dedicated cabana butler to indulge your every whim, with on-demand spa treatments, tea, coffee, flat and sparking water as well as a daily copy of The New York Times.
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.
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.
Poolside and beach concierges provide complete food and beverage service, the latest in games, arrangements for special activities and water sports.
An outdoor gaming pavilion houses six blackjack tables.