After Hurricane Matthew Delay, Warwick Paradise Island Makes Debut


The resort features 250 rooms.

NASSAU, The Bahamas, Friday October 28, 2016
– Two weeks after Hurricane Matthew ruined its October 5 opening plans, the four-star deluxe Warwick Paradise Island Bahamas is having a soft opening today.

“We have cleaned up from Hurricane Matthew following minor cosmetic landscaping damages and are moving forward with opening our doors by offering a special rate to our Bahamian friends,” said Benjamin Davis, general manager of the resort.

The special rates for Bahamians start from US$155 per person, per night, based on double occupancy – almost half the resort’s best flexible rate – on bookings made for stays from today through December 23. The all-inclusive rates include all meals and snacks; alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages; standard Wi-Fi internet access from the “beach to the bedroom;” use of the fully-equipped fitness centre; daily activities, including bocce, beach volleyball and horseshoes; nightly entertainment; as well as taxes.

Warwick Hotels and Resorts invested US$40 million to create the adults-only, all-inclusive hotel set along Nassau Harbour with views of Nassau and Paradise Island.

The resort features 250 rooms on 12 floors, four dining options, two bars, a fully equipped fitness centre, entertainment and activities, an onsite gift shop, a tour desk offering sightseeing options and a signature 10,000 square-foot terrace overlooking the harbour marinas.

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