Warwick Paradise Island Bahamas Names Benjamin Davis General Manager

benjamin davisWarwick Paradise Island Bahamas has named industry veteran Benjamin Davis as general manager of the 244-room, adults-only, all-inclusive resort set to open this summer in The Bahamas.

Davis brings 38 years of hospitality industry experience to his new position, with the last 17 years spent at Bahamas' hotels. Davis is working with the executive team from Warwick International Hotels to launch the resort and will oversee every aspect of the day-to-day operations.

Davis was most recently the general manager at Grand Lucayan on Grand Bahama Island, where he spent five years (2011 - 2016) managing the 1,271-room resort. 

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Prior to that, Davis served as chief operating officer for Restaurants Bahamas, one of the largest restaurant operations in The Bahamas. Davis was general manager at Bimini Bay Beach Resort from 2007 - 2009. He held the positions of vice president and general manager during his four years at the 700-room Radisson Cable Beach and Golf Resort on Nassau. Davis was the hotel manager for Our Lucaya when it opened its doors in 1999.

Warwick International Hotels (WIH) has invested $28 million to create the four-star Warwick Paradise Island Bahamas. Set along Nassau Harbour with views of Nassau and Paradise Island, the 12-floor Warwick Paradise Island Bahamas has been designed to provide adult guests (18 years and older) with an unpretentious all-inclusive vacation experience.

The resort is a 30-minute drive from Nassau's Lynden Pindling International Airport. The popular Cabbage Beach is a 10-minute walk away with dining and shopping nearby.

Visit www.warwickhotels.com

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