Bahamas All-Inclusive Offers Discounted Rates to Active, Retired Military

Warwick Paradise Island - Bahamas, a new four-star, adults-only, all-inclusive resort, recently announced it is offering discounted nightly rates to all active and retired members of the military from any global armed services branch.

Military rates are 10 percent off the lowest available promotional rate and are available year-round. Rates vary by travel dates and room category.

All-inclusive rates feature all meals and snacks; alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages; standard Wi-Fi internet access from the “beach to the bedroom;” use of the fully-equipped fitness center; daily activities, including bocce, beach volleyball and horseshoes; nightly entertainment; as well as gratuities, taxes, surcharges and a 7.5 percent Value Added Tax (VAT).


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Warwick Hotels and Resorts (WHR) has invested nearly $50 million in Warwick Paradise Island - Bahamas. Set along Nassau Harbour with views of Nassau and Paradise Island, the resort features 250 rooms on 12 floors, five dining options, two bars, a fully-equipped fitness center, entertainment and activities, an onsite gift shop and a tour desk offering sightseeing options to the destination’s attractions.

A signature feature of the resort is the 10,000 square-foot Warwick Sunset Terrace overlooking the harbor marinas complemented by Edgewater Grill, the resort’s open-air steak and seafood restaurant. Amber Spa, an onsite, full-service spa and salon, offers a menu of services for an additional charge.

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

WHR was launched in 1980 with the purchase of Warwick New York, a hotel originally built by William Randolph Hearst for his Hollywood friends.


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