The Cove at Atlantis is the Bahamian complex’s chic and upscale section. This resort boasts a brilliant blend of contemporary indulgence with everything about the Atlantis Complex that is lovable and upbeat. The Cove at Atlantis weddings are beautiful occasions, brought to life by the magical surroundings of Paradise Island as well as a wedding department that is dedicated to you getting the absolute most out of your special day. Celebrate with your friends and family at a genuinely unique tropical getaway.
With 16 different ceremony venues to choose from as well as a range of romance customization options available, you're sure to experience the dream wedding you envisioned.
Separated from crowds and on its own secluded beach area, this section of Atlantis provides a more tranquil and adult-friendly vibe for your The Cove at Atlantis wedding.
Atlantis is home to the world’s largest outdoor marine habitat. You and your guests will love meeting and interacting with graceful creatures of the sea.
The entry-level wedding package is $3,750 and includes ceremony and marriage licensing services, as well as resort credit. Upgraded packages, additional guests, and add ons are available at an additional cost for The Cove at Atlantis wedding.
$190 – $215 average cost per person per night. Suites include a French balcony, step-down living area frosted glass-tile enclosed shower, and dining table. This resort is NOT all-inclusive, so food and drinks are a separate cost.
Available Mon-Thurs 10am-Sunset, Fri & Sun 10am-2pm | Ceremony site and officiant | Premium marriage licensing services including transportation | Bridal bouquet and groom’s boutonniere | $100 resort credit | 1 hour of photography, including 8×8 wedding album | 2 copies of marriage license | Wedding gift from Atlantis | Wedding reception (if 15 guests or more) | The Cove at Atlantis wedding specialist
There are 600 suites with harbor and ocean views. This resort can accommodate mobility-impaired guests.
Royal Deck – 500 guests max (200 min), Spa Gardens – 300 guests max, West Beach – 300 guests max (200 min), Ocean’s Edge Beach Deck – 150 guests max, Ocean’s Edge Event Lawn – 150 guests max, Ocean’s Edge Pavilion – 120 guests max, Cove Beach – 100 guests max, Flying Fish Knoll – 100 guests max, Palm Point – 100 guests max, Paradise Beach – 100 guests max, Royal Overlook– 80 guests max, Seagrapes Overlook – 70 guests max, Dragon’s Patio – 60 guests max, Cove Point – 25 guests max, Stingray Steps – 10 guests max, Ocean Steps – couple only
There is a maximum of 4 adults, 3 adults and 1 child, 2 adults and 2 children or 1 adult and 3 children permitted per standard suite. The children’s age break is 11 years old. A child under the age of 5 may be added to a full suite.
The resort complex will perform up to 3 weddings per day. Spatial accommodations and planning will ensure wedding parties will not interfere with each other. The Cove at Atlantis weddings are performed Monday – Sunday, however, some packages are unavailable on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.
Months that may experience occupancy sellout include January, February, March, April, and May. It’s always encouraged to have your The Cove at Atlantis wedding guests book their stay 6 – 8 months in advance to avoid a potential sellout issue.
The Cove at Atlantis wedding coordinator typically responds within 24 hours.
The resort is located 12 miles from the Lynden Pindling International Airport.
“This is the most luxurious and comfortable hotel I have ever been to. Everything here is impressive. The hotel has a fantastic aquarium with thousands of different fish and other creatures of the sea. The rooms have a beautiful view and are well equipped. This is the best definition of paradise on earth.” – Wagner C. 10/18
“We stayed at the Cove in early September. Upgraded on check in to one of the corner suites for only a small amount more per night. Totally worth it. We had a view of the cove beach and the dolphin cay. Kids loved that. We didn’t spend too much time in the room because we were out at aquaventure whenever we could. Kinda far from some of the areas but we enjoyed walking around and never took the bus anywhere.” – Anish G. 11/18