Paradise Island Harbour Resort
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Just returned from a week spent at this hotel. Where do I begin. The staff are so friendly and nothing is too much trouble. Shout out to Nelson and the guys at Hogs bar on the pool side / beach. They always make sure you have a drink in your hand. Food was good. Reservations required for the none buffet restaurants with the edgewater being the best. The buffet meal, breakfast and lunch are more than plentiful with something for everyone and if all else fails there is a poolside eatery that does pizza's burgers etc. Didn't get to see much of the entertainment so can't really comment. The hotel is immaculately clean. But then again so is the Bahamas. The only real downside to our trip has no reflection on our accommodation but how expensive it was for the trips although Island World speedboat trip to Exuma is worth doing. Cabbage beach which is within walking distance of the hotel but can cost you with the hire of sun loungers parasols and such like but an endless supply of cocktails in a coconut shell for $20 can't be too bad.Would I recommend this hotel. Most definitely. A week of totally relaxation.
Warwick is a very nice clean, friendly hotel.Food has been amazing! Lacks entertainment, just music offered in evening.Pool is beautiful but so wasted, as it is so cold only a few people can get in it and no one stays long in it 😲.Very updated hotel, but not ALL rooms have balconies 😯. That luxury will cost you $75.00 more A NIGHT! ( NOT SO COOL).On the upside you can walk around off the resort and feel very safe 😎..
Just opened in Oct. Still has a few bugs to work out but the people working there were wonderful. We had a great week, the activity staff were great. They made sure everyone had a lot of fun. Sean Major, your the man ! Travers (I know I spelled your name wrong sorry) you also made sure we all had a chance to get involved. and the rest of that staff that I just can't remember names hats off to you all. To all of the bar tenders, you were all so good to us, even when you were so busy you still had a smile. I can't remember all your names but two stand out "Carrie and Nelson" thank you. The waiters, the desk staff, the people that kept the place clean were all so friendly. They all would take the time to say hello when you past, love you all. There's nothing they can do about the containers next door, but they have plans on screening that view the best they can. They have a small man made beach with plenty of chairs. The rest of the place is absolutely beautiful . As I said there are a few bugs to work out, heating the pool, I was told that's on the list. The dinning reservations was a little annoying but I think by the end of the week they all ready made so progress. Food was good, really liked the new restaurant that opened by the water. The food was very good and watching the boats go by gave it a nice touch. Rooms were very nice and the cleaning staff " thank you very much for your hard work" great job. I could go on but I need to wrap this up. Many people seam to get caught up in the things that might be wrong as small as they are instead of the good things that were much greater. We met so many nice people during our week there, that wouldn't have happened at a large resort. So for that alone the place great. we would go back, and hope to see everyone still there. thanks again.
This hotel was wonderful!! New, clean, excellent food and drinks. Service was awesome-friendly staff!! One downside was having to get on line at 8am to make dinner reservations--but other than that, the service and food was great!!
My boyfriend and I stayed from Thursday to Thursday. Overall, we enjoyed our stay at the resort. The food and alcohol was all wonderful and tasty. We were able to try all the restaurants, including Edgewater Grill, which only just opened midway through our stay. All were good, but we could certainly rank which ones were our favorites. Take note that you need to make reservations for the non-buffet restaurants every day from 8am - 11am at the front desk. The staff are all super friendly, most notably the bartenders. They are lively and do their best to ensure everyone has a drink in hand. In terms of downsides, we could name a few. The pool closes early (6pm). People smoke at the bars rather than having a designated smoking area. It seems really difficult to get water to drink. They don't have water dispensers anywhere except at the lunch poolside restaurant; otherwise, you need to ask a bartender or restaurant staff member for a glass of water. The resort doesn't have the best view. You look at the harbor instead of a beach. The resort has a "beach", but it trickles into harbor water and I can't say that looks fun to wade in. It was nice being in walking distance of the harbor, since there are plenty of excursions that take off from there. You don't have to spend extra money on transportation. Cabbage beach is also in walking distance. The nighttime entertainment felt a bit repetitive. They keep the same songs playing every night. This wasn't a big deal since we kept going to bed early. Overall, I would recommend this resort to others. You'll definitely feel pampered and relaxed.
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Items not included:
- Travel insurance (mandatory if traveling to Cuba)
- Tourist cards ($10USD)if traveling to Dominican Republic with Sunwing Airlines
- Departure taxes ($20USD) if traveling to Dominican Republic with Sunwing or Signarture Vacations
- Hotel transfers for packages with WestJet to USA (with exception to Honolulu)
- Hotel transfers for packages to Europe
- Items of a personal nature
- Breakfast, lunch & dinner plus snacks
- Unlimited domestic drinks
- Tennis day & night
- Mountain bikes
- Use of fitness centre
- 250 rooms in a 12-storey tower
- Poolside snack bar
- Tennis courts
- Fitness centre
- Water sports (fee)
- Dive shop
- Casino nearby
- Golf nearby
- WiFi internet (fee)
- 2 double beds
- Cable TV
- Internet access (fee)
- In-room safe
- Iron & ironing board
- Bathroom with tub, shower & hairdryer
- Maximum occupancy per room is 4
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Paradise Island Harbour ResortNassau,Bahamas
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** Currently Closed for Renovations ** Harbour Drive New Providence Island
Some restaurants may be open for certain meals only and limited visits may apply. Reservations required and dress code in effect for a la carte restaurants. Time restrictions may apply for water sports.
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