Warwick Paradise Island Bahamas
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
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
The best way to describe my stay at is “ it’s home away from home”. The staff made my stay one to remember. Here are persons who made our stay amazing. It all started at Allison front desk (very friendly face and was quite warm with the way she booked us in. Gilbert the cook (made us an outstanding omelette right before our eyes). Debbie concierge ( book us dinner reservations and gave us very nice room accommodation). Tavirus playmaker (he did an excellent job hosting karaoke and djing making sure he fulfilled all our songs requests). Last but not least Lynden playmaker (he did an excellent job with beach activities and made our stay fun). The bartender names escaped me but she is a supervisor. She was very nice and literally at eye contact and and knob she made our drinks to perfection every time. The spa was heaven sent. Felt like angels caressing my back to this amazing music relaxing music sound track. My stay was one for the books. I felt like a King. I will be returning there in short order.
My boyfriend and I stayed for four days this past week. The pool staff helped set us up with a great location under a giant palm tree, the staff came around with our drink orders, and we had two relaxing days at the pool. I have Celiac Disease and I must say the hotel could not do enough for me.
My only two complaints are:
1. They have a sign at the Chickcharnie's Pizzeria & Grille offering gluten free pizza; however, they never make the dough. They should not have a sign offering the gluten free pizza if they never make the dough.
2. They offer three sit down restaurants: Abbiocco, Tings on a Stick, and Edgewater Grill, but only one restaurant is open each evening. The best part is that you need to make a reservation TWO DAYS in advance to get into the restaurants. I expressed my dissatisfaction at the reservation desk, and the kind man working that day spoke with management and helped us get into the restaurants the following two days. We ate at Abbiocco and Edgewater Grill and had two delicious meals.
They need to make it known on their website that you must make reservations before you leave for your vacation, or you will unfortunately be stuck eating at the buffet each night, which has a special menu every night (French, Indian, and American)— were offered over the three nights we stayed at the hotel.
The staff is friendly and cannot do enough for you. Overall, we had a wonderful trip! Just keep in mind the few bumps we came across during our stay.
My family just returned home last night from our stay at Warwick Paradise Island. We all agreed it was one of the greatest vacations ever! My husband and I were traveling with our 18 year old son and my brother and sis-in-law. We chose this resort because of good reviews, reasonable price and adults only appeal. Warwick delivered on all three PLUS added amazing customer service! This smaller boutique-style hotel has plenty to do with several bars and restaurants on the property that cover your schedule all day. They provide nightly live entertainment so there is something for everyone. The Hog bar by the pool turns into a hot nightclub with a live DJ who engages the crowd with games, contests and dancing. We tried all the specialty restaurants too. All very nice. Comfortable, friendly and delicious. The food was great day after day- home made cookies and scones with great made-to-order omelets and a variety of fresh fruits and healthy salads daily. Warwick proves a beach picnic st Cabbage beach with comfie beach chairs, umbrellas, beverages all day and a light lunch. Once again the staff make the trip- so kind, friendly and service oriented. The beach and water were gorgeous! Every evening a shuttle will transport you to the casino at Atlantis. We preferred the short walk to the casino through lovely marina village shops- very quaint and safe. The yachts were spectacular! We bought day passes to the Atlantis Water Park- Aquaventure. It’s just so crowded and the water was COLD! This was our least favorite part of our trip- don’t waste your money!! You can not move due to crowds- chairs all touch each other- no seaparation or privacy and sooo expensive to eat or drink!! . The Warwick had it all! Indoor and outdoor games- pool, ping pong, large chess, boardwalks along harbor, nice sandy beach - so much more! Fantastic resort and location! 🌴🍹❤️
The Warwick is a great place to getaway and to escape reality and bask in the sunshine of paradise. I have just returned from my 4th visit and can’t wait to come back. The hotel is clean and well maintained. Every morning you see the pool and beach staff diligently working to make sure that both are ready for the guests. The hotel is about a 10-minute walk to the Atlantis and the stunning Cabbage beach. The food on the resort is great, from breakfast at the Verandah(buffet) to the poolside lunches at Chickcharnie’s to dinner at Edgewater and Abbiocco, (I just wish they were open every night).
The staff at the Warwick are some of the friendliest, most accommodating group of individuals you will ever meet. The bar staff was amazing, thank you for keeping my Yeti full of mojitos! From the servers, to the front desk, to the activities team thank you for making my vacations there so fun! By the time you leave you feel like you have made lifelong friends. Shama at the front desk is awesome, thank you for making my trips so memorable, especially this last stay! Last but certainly not least Tavaris from activities. He is one of of the most engaging, and charismatic individuals you will meet. He sings, he dances, he dj’s...I wonder if there is something this guy isn’t good at. He will do anything to get you up, involved and enjoying your vacation. I can't wait for my next visit to paradise!
We stayed at the Warwick last week for four days. It was an wonderful place to stay and a wonderful vacation spot all around. The room was spotless, the staff was exceptional and the food far exceeded our expectations. Highly recommend