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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge recently checked into The Cove at Atlantis Paradise Island during a visit to The Bahamas as part of a Caribbean tour in celebration of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
Kate Middleton and Prince William stayed in the property’s three bedroom penthouse suite, a 4,830-square-foot space with floor-to-ceiling windows, wrap-around ocean views, a large living area, office space, and a separate 10-set dining area with a full-service kitchen.
During their stay, The Duke and Duchess were served several meals in the penthouse, prepared by the resort’s vice president of culinary, chef Alan Orreal, and The Cove’s executive chef, Brian Porteus. High afternoon tea was served on fine china, including Prince William’s favourite Chocolate Biscuit Cake made using Lady Finger Biscuits with chocolate ganache, dipped in chocolate and coated in nuts.
Bath amenities in the penthouse included hand soaps and hand wash by European luxury brand, Byredo in both Rose and Suede scents. His and hers niLuu robes made with vegan, environmentally friendly silk, a selection of Sugarfina confectionary, and handmade Bahamian gifts by local artisans.
Travel advisors can book the penthouse experience for any clients who want to follow in the footsteps of the royal couple.
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