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PI to get new all-inclusive resort

Warwick International Hotels has invested $28 million to create the four-star Warwick Paradise Island Bahamas, which is set to welcome guests this summer as an adults-only, all-inclusive resort. 

Warwick International Hotels
Friday, April 22, 2016
Friday, April 22, 2016

Warwick International HotelsNASSAU, Bahamas – Warwick International Hotels (WIH) has invested US$28 million to create the four-star Warwick Paradise Island Bahamas, which is set to welcome guests this summer as The Bahamas’ premier adults-only, all-inclusive resort.

Set along Nassau Harbour with views of Nassau and Paradise Island, the 12-floor, 244-room Warwick Paradise Island Bahamas has been designed to provide adult guests (18 years and older) with an unpretentious all-inclusive vacation experience with service dedicated to pampering travelers.

At Warwick Paradise Island Bahamas, singles, couples, friends, adult families and groups will enjoy a private escape in a modern facility. All-inclusive rates include all meals and snacks; alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages; standard Wi-Fi internet access from the “beach to the bedroom;” daily activities and nightly entertainment; non-motorized watersports; use of the fully-equipped fitness centre; and gratuities, taxes, surcharges and 7.5% Value Added Tax (VAT).

WIH contracted Washington, D.C.-based Perkins Eastman to develop the overall design concept for the public spaces, food and beverage facilities and entertainment areas, which all feature localized, sophisticated, elegant and fun elements. Inspired by the local Bahamian culture, Perkins Eastman incorporated, for example, woven basket light fixtures as a nod to the basket weaving industry in the destination. Splashes of hot colors, echoing the happy spirit of The Bahamas’ Junkanoo Carnival, are strategically featured throughout the resort while historical architectural styles, such as weathered Bahamian shutters, were integrated underscoring the flow of outdoor/indoor living. Natural materials that represent sand, water, shells, driftwood, and palm trees were sprinkled in throughout the property. The space is designed to provide a welcoming atmosphere for visitors to come and experience the relaxing and uplifting Bahamian lifestyle.

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