Bahamian spirit and culture are at the core of The Cove. Guests are welcomed to lunch and brunch at our poolside/beachside location of the celebrated Harbour island eatery, Sip Sip. Art – both tangible and spiritual – is found throughout the resort in the designs of Bahamian artists Antonius Roberts and Lulu deKwiatkowski, and is woven into the colorful oasis that is The Cove Pool.
Master Chef and expert diver José Andrés features the freshest Bahamian seafood with flavors skillfully transformed into memorable dishes incorporating a wide variety of ingredients from crustaceans to tuna, lionfish to conch.
Sip Sip, the celebrated Harbour Island eatery, is now open at The Cove Pool, with seating poolside and in the sand, on Paradise Beach. Come enjoy the barefoot, Bahamian feel, combined with a culinary experience featuring the freshest, locally sourced seasonal ingredients.
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 Cove Pool's outdoor gaming Pavilion houses six blackjack tables with scenic views of the Pool.
Guests of The Cove, Paradise Island can enjoy premier concierge-style arrival and departure services via an exclusive collaboration with Tropic Ocean Airways from South Florida.