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What We Love

  • A new all-inclusive, adults-only hotel on the famous Paradise IslandTrying a new watersport – perhaps diving or fishing – in the beautiful Bahamas
  • Swimming in the all-inclusive resort’s enclosed lagoon, or off of nearby Cabbage Beach
  • Riding a Panama Jack bike around the island
  • Sampling seafood, rum cocktails and Italian dishes at the restaurants and bars

What To Know

  • The resort sits on Nassau Harbour and has its own 10,000-square-foot private lagoon
  • Choose from five on-site restaurants and two bars
  • Free WiFi
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A four-star stay at a brand-new, all-inclusive island retreat, including activities and entertainment

The Lowdown

Make a splash at Warwick Paradise Island Bahamas. At this sun-soaked destination and at various marinas throughout the surrounding 685-acre isle, you can fish, snorkel, dive, swim or partake in any number of other watersports and nautical adventures. Of course, you don’t have to get wet – courts for tennis, basketball, bocce and beach volleyball are on hand on-site, as is a horseshoe pit, with historic forts, private museums and a casino open for visits in the area. But you’ll have a hard time staying away from the steps-away western Atlantic, as well as Warwick’s enclosed private lagoon.
Nearly everything about this all-inclusive property references the aquatic setting – the souvenirs at the gift shop; the boardwalk on the harbor; the seafood at several of the restaurants; the massages at Amber Spa, which are also performed at harborview Mermaids Lookout. And those resort amenities that aren’t directly oriented around the beach are inspired by it. Like, for instance, the Panama Jack bicycles – upon which you can cruise around Paradise Island, and maybe even over the bridge to Nassau.


The resort’s 250 rooms feature a view of either the surrounding island, Nassau or Nassau Harbor. They include a flat-screen TV, mini-fridge and complimentary Wi-Fi connection, for your convenience.Island View rooms are found on floors two through seven and look out over Paradise Island. From floors eight to 12, Water view rooms offer views of the harbor and island. If you choose the Harbour Deluxe Balcony room, on rooms two through 12, you’ll have a balcony overlooking the harbor and private beach. All three options measure 300 square feet.


You can choose from a variety of destinations for dining and drinking at the all-inclusive resort. Verandah dishes up three daily meals, in an Art Deco space; Chickcharnie’s Pizzeria & Grille, named for a half-bird, half-man creature in Bahamian myth, promises to brighten up your day with pizzas, burgers, salads and wraps; and Abbiocco is an indoor-outdoor Italian fine dining room. Choose Tings on a Stick for kebabs and Asian-fusion fare and Edgewater Grill for rustic salads, antipasti, steak and seafood, on the open-air Sunset Terrace. Wash down your eats with fruity cocktails from Rum Cay Lobby Bar or poolside Hog Bar.


Newly opened Amber Spa invites you to receive a massage at harborview Mermaids Lookout, from 8am to 8pm daily. A fully equipped fitness center is on hand, if you’d like to follow your treatment with an invigorating workout session.


Paradise Island is just over the bridge from Nassau, New Providence, the Bahamian capital, and Warwick is just 10 minutes by foot from popular Cabbage Beach. Upon the resort’s grounds, you can play tennis, basketball, bocce, horseshoe or beach volleyball, or swim in an enclosed private lagoon. As the sun disappears, take a laid-back stroll on the boardwalk, and make your way to the entertainment facility of Junkanoo Beat to watch DJs and live entertainment.

How to Get There

Warwick Paradise Island Bahamas
Harbour Drive
Nassau, Bahamas


4.0 Very Good 1238 Reviews
Surprising stay
Reviewed 6 days ago

Wasn't the luxury of some other places we've stayed, but the little things added up, making it a great stay!
Their staff, by far, is fantastic and very easy to work with. Would go back there again...much less commotion than at the Atlantis for all inclusive.

Warwick Paradise Island All Inclusive Resort
Reviewed 1 week ago

I highly recommend this resort on Paradise Island.
Is was not too big or overwhelming but just right. The hotel was clean. Staff was friendly and accommodating. We tried all the restaurants and everyone was excellent. The 3 minute shuttle ride to cabbage beach was very convenient. We will be back.

I've been everywhere but I love this place most!
Reviewed 1 week ago

Most people who write reviews for Nassau are cruise ship tourists. You cant experience the Bahamas that way. Do they have tourist traps and pushy sales people....yes. just like anywhere. We went to Atlantis and it was a money pit. But the latest trip was to the Warwick all inclusive, no kids resort. I absolutely love the place. My wife and I honeymooned there and being skeptical after a rocky start, SHAMA a front desk (manager I believe) fixed everything for us. She is a super hero that made our frowns turn into one of my best vacation experiences. The entire staff is just awesome. Seriously! I highly recommend a private dinner at the mermaid hut. Jameel the valet is a master at quality and professionalism. As honeymooners I was surprised by rose petals, flowers and wine. Anyway, I know it's long winded but the Warwick is outstanding for adults. Plenty of private pool space and plenty of entertainment. They have a customer for life with me. Make sure to see Shama.... she is a zen master for a great vacation!

A great time overall
Reviewed 1 week ago

My husband and I came here for our honeymoon as we just got married at the end of May! Overall, we had a great time and even got a complimentary honeymoon package that included some extras. The resort is all inclusive which includes food and drinks. The pool was never too crowded and they always made sure you were doing alright with drinks. A couple staff members that really stood out to us were Jamel ( Hog Bar ) and Linden. Always super friendly and continued to make sure we were doing good! The only downfall was the front desk member Alison (I think was her name) who was very rude, condescending, and seemed like it was an inconvenience every time we asked a question. I would not have someone up front who is not warm and welcoming. Other than that, it was a great hotel and location where we could easily walk to other places if we wanted.

Living our best lives! And celebrating my first trip out the country
Reviewed 1 week ago

My aunt and I arrived June 13 2019 and stayed until June 17 2019 and the stay was phenomenal. Check in was beautiful and smooth and the hotel staff was absolutely amazing. The private beach and pool was awesome and bartender’s Monate, Roineker, and Andrew catered to our every need and made sure me and my aunt was absolutely taken care of. The entertainment staff, Samuel and Linden were absolutely great and entertaining. We truly enjoyed our selves and make sure to recommend this hotel resort to anyone. Thank you all for making our stay amazing!