• The Warwick Paradise Island Resort – Nassau, Bahama

    The Warwick Paradise Island–Bahamas (adult only all inclusive) opened in Nassau in early 2017 after a $50 million renovation. Occupying the 12-story high rise that was formerly the Paradise Island Harbor Resort, this newest Warwick offers sweeping views, a private Harbour Beach, sprawling pool, hot tub, the and new Sea Terrace, and multiple eateries and bars.

    Open to guests aged 18 and over, the resort houses 250 rooms, all of them featuring a tropically inspired design scheme, and its premium guestrooms have corner balconies. The all-inclusive rates include all meals, snacks, and both non-alcoholic and alcoholic beverages; free standard WiFi across the property; entertainment, sports and activities; and gratuities, VAT and local resort taxes.

    Its location on the harbor side of Paradise Island is conveniently situated just east of the Sir Sidney Poitier Bridge that links Nassau to the island, and is walking distance from the island’s ocean-side beaches. The new resort also is just blocks from the sprawling Atlantis mega resort and casino—though by contrast, the Warwick offers a pleasant smaller-scale, adults-only experience. 

    The new resort’s giant, swooping “free form” swimming pool holds 330,000 gallons of crystal-blue water, and is shaded by palm trees and surrounded by lounge chairs. Familiar amenities serve travelers well here too, like the fully equipped fitness center, tennis courts, pool table and outdoor games, an onsite gift shop and a tour desk for guests looking to explore more of Nassau and the greater Bahamian archipelago.

    Contact us for best promo rates! Book by September 15th for travel through December 2018 for stays of 5 nights or more and receive a $35 resort credit or Visa Gift Card compliments of us!


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