Paradise Island Harbour Resort
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Excellent for groups, as I went with 5 girlfriends. It's all-inclusive! Great value and the location is prime if you plan to party/visit Atlantis. Blown away by the quality of the food and attentiveness of the staff members. They made us feel special and well-taken care of. The rooms were clean and modern. We had a day pass to Atlantis, which was great as it was a 10 minute walk away. Large pool and small beach area near the marina. For a beach, I would suggest going to Atlantis or there is another beach down the road. Great healthy and fresh options at the buffet. If you're looking for greasy and a heavy buffet with a large variety of more garbage, go somewhere else! This place successfully achieves the optimal variety of choices with quality and freshness. Well done and highly recommended! There were also no mosquitoes at all!
My husband and I went for a long weekend to the Warwick Paradise Island. We were looking for an adults only all-inclusive as it was our parents weekend without kids. We have been to the Bahamas before and it is expensive to eat/drink so we wanted an all-inclusive. We arrived on Friday night and check-in was quick. Shama at the front desk was extremely nice and helpful during our entire stay. She is the perfect front desk ambassador for the Warwick!Our room was very nice and updated. There was a fridge and coffee maker in the room. There were nice views of the harbor. The resort has plenty to do. They had beach bikes you could take and we spent one morning riding around the island. The have a pool table, ping pong, foos ball inside and beach volleyball and pool volleyball outside. You can fish off the pier. They have various activities going on all day and entertainment at night. The pool is huge with plenty of lounge chairs and the little beach harbor area also has a lot of chairs. The property also has its own area on Cabbage Beach, but we did not go there as we were happy at the pool and the weather was not great. The food was overall very good. Breakfast was excellent. The outside pool grill has great jerk wings and quesadillas, however their conch fritters were missing the conch! Drinks were great and the bartenders poured freely and did not scrimp. Abbiocco, the Italian restaurant was very good as was Edgewater Grill. We celebrated a birthday dinner there and our waitress, Francine, was exceptional. She took such good care of us and the food was delicious. The resort has a spa, salon and gym. I had a massage that was heavenly. The mix of guests at the resort was wonderful, couples from 20 something’s to 80 somethings, families with adult children and singles. We met people from Germany, Canada, France and Japan along with fellow Americans. It was a wonderful weekend and I highly recommend this resort.
I didn’t have any of the issues that the other low reviews gave (although I can see how the smoking would be an issue if there were a lot of smokers there—luckily there weren’t doing my stay).The biggest issue is there isn’t a beach and no where in the hotel description does it say the beach that the use can close and, if open, it doesn’t mean they provide service (chairs, towels, etc). The one day the beach was open (it’s nice) they weren’t proving service so you get hassled by the vendors. I will say the vendors weren’t aggressive or shady but it is a bit annoying.The weather during my stay was out of the ordinary ( constant rain) and I can see why it would be swim at your own risk but it wasn’t even that. Most of Paradise Island is privately held and there are no other public beaches and the hotel staff was not at all helpful in suggesting alternatives. Their man made “beach” is in the boat harbor and not anything to look at.I ended up paying quite a bit to go to an actual beach. I never would have stayed here if I had known about their set-up. Check in staff really varied and mine was not good. And there was always a long wait as it seems they have a staff meeting in the morning and that is when people are checking out or have questions.The staff was polite but not as warm and welcoming as I had expected for the Caribbean but I do understand the service industry can get frustrating. I was by myself and I was worried it might be awkward but it was fine. The food was fine—not spectacular but I was there more for the ease of all inclusive and the beach.I wouldn’t recommend it unless you had an amazing deal and were ok spending $$ for other beach experiences. I thought it was quite clean. It’s the tropics so bugs are normal but I did not see on insect.
We visited the Warwick back in November 2017. It was fantastic. - got a minibus from the airport which we pre-booked via majestic tours. only 3 stops so didnt take long from the airport.On arrival, we were checked in by a lovely lady (she had trainee on her badge, but you never would have known!) Check in was quick, and she throughly went through our options.Plenty of activites throughout the day - and things to book onto - including nature walks, bicycle rides and poolside games and quizzes. - entertainment team are great, and make friends with all of the guestsSome days were hard to get a drink - but these were days over weekends, and you could see that the bar staff were rushed off their feet. - we stayed for 2 weeks, and Tuesday to Thursday were much quieterGood selection of local and branded drinks - great frozen drinks and nice surprise to be able to get Champagne on the AI package! The hotel rooms were basic, but bit - nice and clean and up to date. The cleaning staff were always friendly if you bumped into them around the hotel. - we were in a room to the right of the hotel - and could see atlantis from the room as well as the most amazing sunsets every evening! - would have been nice to have a balcony to dry off your swimwear but what can you do! Spa- we went twice! - we were lucky enough to have some spa credit as part of the hotel booking, so we booked in for a massage - highly recommend the guy for a massage! - incredible.. a nice end to a great holiday as I had one a few hours before check-out!Food - Breakfast was good - a nice selection of hot and cold - an egg station (one lady was v. grumpy!) a waffle station, my fav! - along with fruits, cereals and a toast machineLunch was again good - strangely they closed the buffet restaurant a few days at lunchtime, so had no option to eat at Chickcharnis, the burger/pizza place - but food was great and a nice change for a few daysDinner- Buffet was standard, not many vegetables! - we booked in the al a carte restaurants most evenings as the food was cooked to order, and much better - it also made your evenings a lot longer, so you could stay up! The asian was nice - if a bit spicy for my liking, but I requested less spice the 2nd time and it was much betterItalian - again really good, nice pastas and fish meals. Edgewater Grill - Our Favourite - there are 2 menus - one is included in your AI package and the other is extra. we only tried the AI menu but all the dishes were amazing. - dont know why you would order the 'better' steak/chicken/lamb as the standard menu was more than delicious! Desserts were also great - had a few too many Mango creme Brulees over the holiday!Reception were always happy to help - got some extra water most days for the room, and able to book in the mornings for the al a carte restaurants, beach and trips with no issues! - free shuttle to atlantis each night.. but its only a 10min walk! - would have been nice to have some cans of beer/coke in the room for the evening - but would usually get one from the pool bar to take upstairs instead whilst getting ready in the eveningevenings are very quiet at the resort, there is a lobby bar where you can stay at until midnight - its quiet and you cant hear anything upstairs. if you're looking for a party holiday this isnt the resort for you! - however as the resort is small, you get to make friends quickly and know everyone!Cabbage beach is amazing - although we were only able to go once due to the weather - it was very windy and the sea is very dangerous.They provide a delicious lunch and drinks down at the beach as part of the AI packageBe careful at the beach because the riptide is very strong - I read online before going, and I am glad I did, just so I knew what to expect! Looking at our next holiday, and no-where is quite matching up to our time in the Bahamas just yet! - I am sure we will be back soon!Special thanks to Malik and the rest of the team at the resort for keeping us entertained! Hayley & Leon x
Very nice people working there especially at the Pizza shack by the pool. Free pizza hot digs hamburgers nachos by the pool LOL. Great Idea. Very unique resort. More of a Goolagong then a beach but on the river extraordinary views of the river where all the tours go out from cruise ships Atlantis. Food was fantastic for all you can eat buffets. See pictures. Pool area was worldclass and a worldclass walkway private boardwalk around the resort and river
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Paradise Island Harbour ResortNassau,Bahamas
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