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
A four-star stay at a brand-new, all-inclusive island retreat, including activities and entertainment
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.