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Warwick Paradise Island Bahamas launches early bird promotion ahead of October opening

The Warwick Paradise Island Bahamas has released details about its introductory room rates ahead of its opening in October, 2016. The all-inclusive adults-only resort on Paradise Island will have 250 guest room, and holidaymakers will be able to enjoy a 30 per cent discount on rooms with an Early Bird Savings promotion for booking made before 31 July, 2016.

Warwick Paradise Island Bahamas launches early bird promotion ahead of October opening

Holidaymakers planning a Caribbean getaway to the Bahamas this autumn will be able to take advantage of introductory rates at a brand new hotel. The Warwick Paradise Island Bahamas is scheduled to open this autumn and has launched an Early Bird Savings promotion.

The adults-only all-inclusive resort is offering savings of up to 30 per cent on room rates for bookings made before 31st July, 2016. The resort is located on Paradise Island, and is the first new-build development on the island since 2007.

The beachfront property has 250 stylish guest rooms and suites that feature modern amenities for extra comfort. Guests can enjoy flat-screen TVs, coffee and tea makers, individually controlled air-conditioning, in-room safes, mini-fridges, and complimentary wireless internet, which can be accessed throughout the resort including on the onsite beach.

Positioned on Nassau Harbour with its own private Shipwreck Beach and just a 10-minute stroll from Cabbage Beach, the luxury four-star resort will have a variety of facilities such as a 330,000 gallon free-form freshwater swimming pool and an exclusive beach club. Dining outlets include an a la carte restaurant, an all-day buffet venue, a poolside pizza oven, bar and grille, a beach bar, and a lobby bar with light snacks and premium drinks.

Situated 30 minutes by car from Nassau's Lynden Pindling International Airport (NAS), the resort is also convenient for business travellers, and the hotel has meeting rooms and conference space. Its close proximity to the city centre enables guests to enjoy nearby shops, bars, restaurants, and attractions.

The $28 million resort has appointed Benjamin Davis as the General Manager, the former GM of Grand Bahama’s Grand Lucayan resort. Warwick Paradise Island Bahamas will officially open to guests on 1st October, 2016

Nassau is the capital of the Bahamas, located on the tropical island of New Providence, which is connected to Paradise Island by the Nassau Harbour bridges. Holidaymakers can visit attractions including the Ardastra Gardens, Zoo and Conservation Centre, the Pirates of Nassau Museum, the National Art Gallery of the Bahamas, and the Pompey Museum of Slavery and Emancipation.

For snorkelling and scuba diving activities, tourists can visit Athol Island off the coast of Nassau, with its crystal-clear waters, sunken shipwrecks, and a plethora of colourful marine species. Across from Nassau Harbour, Blue Lagoon Island is a great place to spot dolphins, while Atlantic Paradise Island has a water park, casino, and aquarium.

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