Immerse in the idyllic retreat of the Warwick Paradise Island Bahamas – All-Inclusive Resort, an ideal getaway where we live up to our island namesake, pursuing perfection in all aspects of luxury and hospitality. An adult-only, 16+ all-inclusive resort, stress will slip away upon checking in, leaving you to do nothing else but enjoy. Resting on the south shore of the island, take a dip in the resort’s private harbour or bathe in the warm rays of the Bahamian sun lounging on our white sandy beach. Reputed for our scrumptious food, indulge in one of our famous 5 dining outlets where even the most discerning appetites will be spoilt for choice. Bask by the pool with a drink at Hog Bar and then let your hair down at night at our Rum Cay lobby bar.
The adult-only Warwick Paradise Island Bahamas – All-Inclusive harbourfront Resort and Spa pursues perfection in all aspects of luxury and hospitality, ideal for your next vacation, honeymoon or spring getaway. In paradise, guests booking our all-inclusive meal plan enjoy all meals, beverages and snacks at the resort’s two bars and five restaurants, fun activities and nightly entertainment in addition to modern and chic accommodations with unparalleled views and the promise of renowned Warwick service and premium amenities.
Harbour Drive Paradise Island New Providence Bahamas
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Christantia went above and beyond to change our rooms from different floors to next to each other in a full hotel. It was just the beginning of an awesome experience. The entire staff at the front desk, the front door staff with our luggage and transportation, the dining staff(especially benji and Ian). The food and drinks were plentiful and fresh. The cleaning staff always left our rooms immaculate and fresh. I would be amazed if you don’t have a spectacular and very special trip.
Pay no attention to the poor reviews regarding the Warwick. This is our second visit here, and from check in through check out it was an excellent experience. No need to worry about lost room keys, there's a cool wrist band to open your door. They serve top shelf liquor and house wine is very good. Small beach, its all you need! Catch the shuttle to Cabbage Beach if you like. Pool is very clean. Cool table tennis, pac-man, foosball, pool tables and pinball machines around. Music by the pool every evening was excellent. Never too loud. THE GOOD: The people that work here go above and beyond. Every single employee was exceptional. The food: We've stayed at many top hotels, and the breakfast buffet surpassed all of them. The lunch buffet had a super huge salad bar, pasta, fish selection, burgers and hot dogs, soups. You will always find something, or can visit the outdoor options as well. Dinner buffet always included either a carved roast beef, pork, chicken, and served by my favorite employee, Ervin. Friendliest person you want to meet, and takes such pride in his work. The Italian Restaurant was phenomenal, and the best charcuterie anywhere. I also purchased off the all-inclusive menu for a broiled caribbean lobster tail, and was well worth it. Cooked perfectly. The "OKAY": Tings on a stick? I would not revisit. Brightly lit, excellent service, even had a great sake, however the shrimp dumplings were a bit doughy, and had zero shrimp in it. I think it was pork. The ginger shrimp entree was okay . My husband loved the ribs, and the sweet and sour chicken appetizer looked great. The beef with pea pod entree, we left as is. However, we lucked out, because on Thursday evenings there is an EXCEPTIONAL beach barbecue we walked right into. Cool lights strung up, large tables for meeting people, fun music, and the best steaks we had all week. (they do tend to overcook them at the Edgewater Grill, so be aware of that when ordering). They had corn on the cob, chicken, ribs, sausage. The list goes on and on. Do not miss this! The rooms: we opted for a water view. You had to look to the right out your window, but definately the way to go, unless you want to pay for the Harbor Premium upgrade. To me it wasn't worth the additional cost. Housekeeping does a great job. Sherri was always there for anything you need. Wierd little room items? No soap dish on the sink, and be aware, they do not provide hair conditioner. BEWARE: Majestic tours rents space here. DO NOT book through them. For diving and snorkeling, book directly through Stewarts Cove. The rep did not know whether they were one tank or two tank dives and misquoted the information until we clarified with her by reading the brochure. They triple charged us, fixed it, then we got a call we were not booked for diving and had to go back to the desk and repay. THEN, told the wrong pickup time of 7:30 AM. The bus really picks up at 7:00 AM, and missed the morning dive, which in rebooking the afternoon dive, messed up our dinner plans. NOTE: this is not part of the Majestic, but you should be aware. Also beware, before you get in a taxi to go to the airport ask the price, or you'll pay $75, and they cannot break $100 bill.
The Warwick Paradise Island is good value for what you pay. The buffet offerings at the Verandah were fine and had some variety, from burgers to dumplings. The Abbiocco was fine. The Edgewater Grill was better. I do appreciate that the water they serve is filtered and not directly from the tap; the local tap water is potable, but smells and tastes sulfuric. Most importantly, all the restaurants were really good about being clear regarding gluten-free options for one of my friends. The front desk staff and the housekeeping staff were professional and friendly. Most of the wait staff were friendly. (I take issue with the cranky female server at the Verandah who was rather dismissive to my friend asking what teas they had ("We have all of the teas. Which one do you want?"). I'd like to chalk that up to a bad day, but frankly that's not on my friend to have to deal with that.) I agree with some of the reviews that the beach within the property was small, but we preferred the poolside with the parasols anyway. Plus Cabbage Beach is a 10-minute walk away, with clean sand and clear water. (There's a shuttle from the hotel too, though we didn't need it. A good idea for those with walking difficulties.) The staff don't come by nearly as often to the pool chaises to offer drinks as they do in other resorts so we usually got up to get them; this is not so much a complaint, but if that's important to you, it's best to be aware. Finally, the rooms were fine and the beds were comfortable. Bottled water is provided in the rooms. We found the tap/sink in the bathroom to be poorly designed and had to remember every time to only turn on the tap slightly so as not to have the water bounce into the sink and onto the floor. I did wish there was a recycling bin in our room, but I noticed there were no recycling bins anywhere we went on Paradise Island. If you're comparing to the Atlantis, I would say the Atlantis is probably newer and has more of a Vegas-style property. It's massive, includes its own beaches, an aquarium, and an aquapark. However, there was something cozy about always returning to the Warwick, without throngs of people around. Again, the value for what you're paying is there.