The Bahamas mean different things to different people - quite understandable when you discover the chain consists of more than seven hundred islands scattered across 100,000 square-miles of Atlantic Ocean. And whilst the swaying palms, curving beaches and turquoise waters are everywhere you look, if you're really seeking a laid-back lifestyle and only the occasional footprint in the sand, don't spend all your time in Nassau or Paradise Island but combine these faster-paced glamorous islands with 'Out Islands' like Andros, Eleuthera or The Exumas.
On a sliver of an island, just 5 miles long and a mile wide, considered to be the finest in the Bahamas and once the private estate of Huntingdon Hartford II, heir to the then largest retail empire in the world, the One&Only Ocean Club was originally built using stone from a disassembled monastery that was acquired by William Randolph Hearst and stored in a Florida warehouse. With such an illustrious history it is perhaps no surprise that sophistication and style is woven into the very fabric of this Bahamanian treasure.
A 22-storey 600-suite resort complete with a private, adult’s-only ultra-pool with outdoor gaming, beachside cabanas and a live DJ. And whilst you’ll certainly benefit from personal service and enhanced amenities at The Cove, right on the doorstep are all the facilities that have made Atlantis such a world-class destination.Where else can you go that has its own water park, dolphin habitat and mega-casino?
Located in a luxurious tower at the 171 acre world of Atlantis, Paradise Island, Bahamas, The Reef Atlantis features 497 beautifully-appointed studios, luxurious suites and spectacular penthouses with chic kitchens, lavish living areas and indulgent interiors of sparkling chandeliers and gleaming marble floors. All guest residences include maid service and private concierge, with many offering a private butler service.
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