Soft Opening for Warwick Paradise Island Bahamas Set for October 28

A Harbour Deluxe Balcony Room with King Bed at Warwick Paradise Island Bahamas

The Warwick Paradise Island Bahamas, a new four-star, adults-only, all-inclusive resort, has scheduled its soft opening for October 28. Warwick Hotels and Resorts (WHR) invested $40 million to create the hotel, which is set along Nassau Harbour with views of Nassau and Paradise Island.

The resort has 250 rooms on 12 floors, four dining options, two bars, a fully equipped fitness centre, entertainment and activities, an onsite gift shop and a tour desk offering sightseeing options.

A signature feature of the resort is the 10,000 square-foot Warwick Sea Terrace overlooking the harbour marinas, complemented by an outdoor steak and seafood restaurant (opening late fall of 2016), which will be open to the public and is available at a surcharge to in-house guests. 


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The Sea Terrace has an arrivals dock and an expansive boardwalk with a unique waterside wedding belvedere, offering a picture-perfect backdrop for destination weddings.

The resort will have an onsite, full-service spa and salon to open in late fall 2016 with services available for an additional charge.

All accommodations are complemented by large windows, clean lines and geared to the international traveler with multiple power ports and USB inputs bedside. The resort offers five room categories including Island View, Water View, Harbour Deluxe Balcony, Harbour Premium Balcony and Harbourfront One-Bedroom Suite.

Warwick Paradise Island Bahamas is a 30-minute drive from Nassau’s Lynden Pindling International Airport. World-famous Cabbage Beach is a 10-minute walk away with dining and shopping nearby.


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