Warwick to reopen on November 21

Warwick to reopen on November 21

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — The Warwick Paradise Island has announced that it will open its doors for overnight stays on November 21.

Benjamin Davis, General Manager of the resort said: “We look forward to welcoming guests back to Warwick Paradise Island – Bahamas where we continue to offer the highest level of service along with a premium all-inclusive vacation.

“Vacationers will note our attention to detail with respect to the safety, health, and comfort of our guests and staff members under our Warwick Cares guidelines.

The adults-only resort is offering all-inclusive resident rates starting from US$290 per room, per night, double occupancy. The resort will emphasize the “Warwick Cares” initiatives focused on social interactions, hotel cleaning practices, and workplace protocols.

The $290 nightly starting resident rate is based on stays in an Island View room. Prices vary according to dates and room category booked with the resort also offering Water View, Harbour Deluxe Balcony, Harbour Premium Balcony, and One-Bedroom Harbour View Suite accommodations.

According to the resort, an all-inclusive vacation features all meals and snacks; alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages; use of the 24-hour, fully-equipped fitness center (limited to four guests at a time) daily activities and entertainment; as well as gratuities, taxes, surcharges, and 12 percent Value Added Tax (VAT).

The resort charges a US$10 net, per person, per night, resort fee that is not included in the room rate, is collectible at the hotel upon check-in and is inclusive of 12 percent VAT.

According to the resort for guests staying at the property for Thanksgiving (November 26), they will enjoy a holiday meal featuring turkey, all the trimmings, and decadent desserts. The resort will broadcast the NFL football games on a big screen in Junkanoo Beat and on televisions around the Lobby Bar.

Through the Warwick Cares Program, guests will experience health and safety initiatives from the time they pull up to the resort until their departure. Protocols include wearing masks at all times with exemptions for food and beverage consumption, sunbathing, or in guest rooms.

Social distancing will be enforced throughout the resort with floor markers so guests don’t crowd one another at high traffic locations. The resort is employing intense cleaning measures in guest rooms, public spaces, and back-of-house areas. All associates are trained on the enhanced protocols, policies, and procedures with everyone outfitted with regulatory personal protective equipment (PPE).

Over the summer, Warwick received the “Clean and Pristine” certification from The Bahamas’ Clean and Pristine Certification Agency which verified the resort is adhering to The Bahamas government-approved health and safety guidelines for tourism entities. Warwick Paradise Island was given the “Clean and Pristine” insignia and continues to undergo regular review to ensure the standards are being upheld.