Paradise Island Harbour Resort
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Just returned from 3 nights at this property. Overall the hotel is very nice, clean and the staff was extremely friendly. No complaints there. We stayed in a Bay View King Balcony room, 8th floor. Wonderful view which I enjoyed thoroughly. Pros: - Loved the kid free atmosphere. No kids jumping in the pool, splashing, etc. Adults only hot tub. Not that I hate kids, but I don't enjoy them on my vacation. - Staff was very friendly and accommodating. - Rooms and the property very clean. - Loved the lagoon. - Close walk to Atlantis, shops, the water taxi, etc. There's a taxi stand across the street and the front desk will call a taxi for you which will arrive in less than 2 minutes. Or you can just walk across the street and grab one. - The size of the hotel was perfect to us. After walking over to Atlantis, I was glad we didn't stay there because that property was so huge, I felt like we would have been spending half of our time getting to and from our room. - The bars and entertainment were fine for us. I liked that I could enjoy a drink when I wanted and didn't have to pay big money for cocktails.Cons: - As others stated...that pool is COLD. Not enjoyable. Even if you want to cool off, it's just not pleasant to hang out in. Really wish there was a way to warm up that water. Reminded me of going to the Japanese Hot baths. Ice pool followed by hot bath. - Pool hours. It closed at 6pm. Why? Not that anyone would want to be in the cold water after sun down but I do not understand why you would close a pool so early. - I'm not a fan of all inclusive hotels to begin with because I prefer to get out and taste local cuisine. Having the breakfast on site was nice but I wasn't impressed with the rest of what we tried. The Edgewater was good, food was tasty but to us not worth a repeat performance. The buffet meals were ok, again, not great. There were no shortage of things to choose from. The Hog bar...well, I'm not sure what was happening the day we were trying to get dinner but they seemed unorganized, almost chaotic. Felt like a case of "too many cooks in the kitchen." We ordered a pizza, hot dog, wings and a chicken cassadilla. We got everything but the wings. When the food was brought to our table we were told the wings were coming up. They apparently forgot to make them. After they were done, they sat on top of the fryer...because they didn't know where they were supposed to go. There was a lot of animated discussion between the 4 people behind the counter about who was doing what and what was happening. My husband finally got up and asked for my wings and that's when they figured out where that "extra order" was supposed to go. On a good note, when I finally got them, they were pretty good! I would have preferred a "breakfast only" option so that I didn't feel obligated to eat dinner on the property. - The lights on the balconies are BRIGHT at night and you can't turn them off. The curtains do a decent job of blocking the light but not fully. If you like a dark room to sleep, you won't be happy with that. Thankfully I had a hair clip and we were able to clip the curtain closed in the middle. Otherwise the curtains were not heavy enough to stay in place with the AC running which caused the light to stream in. Heavier curtains or maybe lower watt bulbs would be nice. - No room service option. Not a huge deal but I do love to have breakfast in my room when I have a balcony. Love sitting on the balcony enjoying the morning with my breakfast and fresh coffee.Over all we enjoyed our stay here. Other than the heavy footed person that was in the room above us, we didn't have any issues with noise. Even the music down stairs at night wasn't that bad. With the AC running and ear plugs I didn't hear anything. I do recommend if you are a light sleeper that you bring ear plugs. I would recommend this place to anyone that wants to have a smallish hotel without kids running all over.
First of all the employees are WONDERFUL! they can't do enough for you. Rooms have been redone, Very simply done but at least nicely done. Our room overlooked the waterway was simply gorgeous view, I think nicer than the more expensive front rooms with balcony. The restaurants differ immensely, the Veranda serves breakfast, and dinner not bad but breakfast is the same every day.The Edgewater grill is better, but you need to make reservations early in the morning. They have lobster but charge you additional for it. Was shown to a table next to a pole, not really great. I wasn't the only one who had the same feeling, especially when we were one of the first to sign up that morning. Empty tables around water view, but not given the option. Another restaurant we tried was the Italian Abbiocco. First of all I was stopped and told that I couldn't wear my pretty rhinestone flip flop saNiles. They made be get something with a back strap?? But men could go in with shorts and tees. The need for a strap, REALLY!! Get a life, we're on vacation.The man made beach, it looks so pretty, but Beware! There is so much garbage on the bottom they should be ashamed of the event let people go in. I picked out bottles, cans, plastic bags, plastic cups, sandwich meat containers, can't tell you how horrible the bottom looked. Another thing that bother us was that no waitress came to ask if we wanted anything on Monday we were on the beach, but she was everywhere at the pool.Over all it was a good vacation, loved that it was walking distance to the Atlantis casino, quiet enough expect for a finicky air-conditionerI rate the hotel a A-, the beach area a C, the pool area a B, water very cold, restaurants over all a B, The employees AAA!
Not a single bad thing to say about our stay here! Such a lovely hotel, beautiful resort and grounds, friendly staff, excellent food and choice of drinks.Unfortunately we only stayed for 1 night between our trip from Cuba to Miami, which we were absolutely gutted about. We will definitely return here as we had such a great experience. Like others have said, this is not a typical all inclusive hotel!!
Fourth trip to the Bahamas, first to Nassau/Paradise Island.My husband and I travelled down for 5 days on a whim (Wednesday to Sunday). We are not usually fans of all-inclusives as we prefer to explore and especially eat & drink at new places. However, for a short trip, we wanted a direct flight and convenience. We knew that the property had been recently renovated (modern, clean, very nice), we knew it faced the harbour rather than the ocean so chose a balcony room (we were upgraded to a SE corner room on the 9th floor which had one of the better views - the lot on the west side is under heavy construction), and we knew it was going to feel more like a hotel than a typical all-inclusive (while there is sand, beach chaises & a little sectioned off swimming area, there are no water sports or true ocean access). Food was great & plentiful; fully stocked bars; staff were welcoming & friendly; and we got off property almost every day - we borrowed the hotel bikes; took a day trip to Sandy Toes (boat launch is 5 minute walk away); and hit the water park at Atlantis (maybe 10 minute walk). We were very happy with our choice and had a great time.
Can't say enough about this place. My wife and I first went there 20 years ago and decided to check it out after it's re-branding and renovations. We were very impressed with everything. First, the property is CLEAN, and you see staff keeping it clean, from the lobby to the pool. Unlike other properties, you always see staff around, including managers, making sure the place is being run right. The decor is modern and bright, the food is good, with a choice of four places to eat, including a buffet, with late hours. The fact that they a have both a pool and a lagoon with a beach is a nice touch. And there is a wrap-around walkway for walks under the stars. And we have to admit, this being an adults-only property was a big plus, especially if you want some quiet time.All-in-all, you can't go wrong with a stay at The Warwick. P.S. We have to give a shout-out to Malik, the Entertainment Director, for keeping things lively and fun.
Vacations packages include round-trip flights, accommodations, round-trip transfers (unless outlined below) to and from the hotel, and tourist cards (if required, unless outlined below).
If selecting an all-inclusive resort option, the package will also include the all-inclusive features as outlined by each resort.
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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