Warwick Paradise Island - Bahamas to Increase Commissions in 2018

Warwick Paradise Island - Bahamas

The adults-only, all-inclusive Warwick Paradise Island – Bahamas has announced it will increase commission on its “Best Flexible Rate” category to from 10 to 20 percent.

Also, travel agents booking the resort’s special promotional and seasonal packages will receive 15 percent commission, which is up from 10 percent, with some of the current offers as follows:

Fall Into Paradise

This package features nightly rates in the Bahamas from $310 per night, based on double occupancy, and credit at the resort’s onsite Amber Spa ranging from $30 to $150 per person. The Fall into Paradise offer is available on bookings made by Dec. 18 for travel throughout 2018.

Warwick Suite Dreams 

This package offers up to 30 percent off stays in the resort’s Harbourfront One-Bedroom Suites featuring Amber Spa credits up to $350 per person, transfers and other extras.

Full Moon Paradise Package

Celebrate the spirit of love and the mystery of the full moon each month with this package offering credit at Amber Spa and extra amenities.

Wedding Packages

The resort’s three wedding and vow renewal packages (does not include the complimentary wedding) are commissionable to agents and is organized with the onsite coordinator to plan the clients’ destination wedding celebration.
Travel agents booking the resort’s discounted rates for senior travelers (65 and over) and military members will receive an increased commission of 10 percent, which is up from five percent. The senior and military rates are discounted by 20 percent off the resort’s lowest promotional rates.

Warwick Hotels and Resorts has invested nearly $50 million to create the four-star deluxe Warwick Paradise Island - Bahamas. Set along Nassau Harbour with views of Nassau and Paradise Island, the resort features 250 rooms across five room categories.
Visit www.warwickhotels.com

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