On the tranquil shores of Eleuthera lies an unspoiled enclave punctuated with swaying palms, white sand coves and stylish seaside accommodations. Effortlessly blending urban chic with island charm, travelers to The Cove, Eleuthera are sure to find bliss on one of the most beautiful Bahamian islands.
The intimate, 60-room resort offers a selection of stylish seaside cottages and villas, embraced by endless turquoise waters. The Cove features private white sand beaches, a fitness center, spa, open-air sunset bar and a gourmet restaurant and sushi bar inspired by the island’s tropical latitude and aquatic bounty.
From snorkeling, paddle boarding, and kayaking to more relaxed pursuits such as lounging by the scenic, hilltop infinity pool, guests have a bevy of options at their fingertips.
Let your cares float away because The Cove, Eleuthera and PRIME Living have partnered up for PRIME’s 2016 “Ama La Vita” Month. During “Wanderlust Week” we are giving away a Caribbean Romance Package (over $5,600 value) that includes:
- Three-night stay in luxury, ocean-view accommodations
- Champagne and chocolate-covered strawberries upon arrival
- Daily breakfast for two
- One dinner for two at Freedom Restaurant & Sushi Bar + a bottle of The Cove’s signature
Please Note: The winners of “Wanderlust Week” have been announced. Enter to win other prizes of “Ama La Vita” Month by clicking the button below.
The Cove, Eleuthera is named after the Greek word “eleutheros” meaning freedom. At The Cove Eleuthera, guests can embrace the resort’s deep roots of the Bahamian culture and its unexpected connection to Bhutanese culture. Born and raised in the Kingdom of Bhutan, the general manager, Chorten Wangyel, employs several Bhutanese staff on-property including Tandin Bugub, who is not only the resort’s resident masseuse, but also a level two reiki master. His “Cove Signature Massage” expertly blends Thai massage, reflexology, deep tissue, and reiki for a one-of-a-kind healing experience.
The assistant manager, Tricia Ferguson, is a free diver and has trained under the world-record holder for freediving. She personally hunts and spears lionfish, which are an invasive species, thanks to her free diving abilities. Guests are encouraged to “eat the enemy” with lionfish specials, such as Coconut Panko Lionfish with Thai dipping sauce—available at Freedom Restaurant. Lionfish are not only healthful to eat but are a delicious way guests can help preserve this beautiful corner of the world.