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Nassau is home to a lot of mazing hotels, giving travellers varied accommodation options. And with the opening of the adults-only Warwick Paradise Island – Bahamas in the region, people are yet given another newcomer to check out if they do decide to have some fun right in the country aside from seeing the famous Atlantis Bahamas.

The Warwick Paradise Island launched after it underwent a $50 million renovation. It can be recalled that in February, this was already introduced in a “soft” opening. This is owned by a Hong Kong-based privately owned firm, the Warwick Hotels and Resorts Group, which is spearheaded by Richard Chiu.

According to Bahamas Prime Minister Perry Christie, this will embody a modern and relaxed feel which is perfect for different types of travellers – singles, couples, a group of friends, or even those of adult familie. Christie also says that the development is a reflection of Bahamas’ transformation as an exciting destination and that he is excited about welcoming and making connections with global brands.

What to expect with this new addition? The 250-room hotel will be featuring a whooping 10,000 square foot terrace, which was strategically designed to overlook the harbor. In here, guests can have a nice view of watercrafts, which will include the great ships that are moored right at the Nassau docks. At the terrace will also include a boardwalk , a wedding gazebo, and outdoor restaurants. People would be able to eat at the likes of Abbiocco, Chickcharnie’s Pizzeria & Grill, and Tings on a Stick.

There will also be live shows and DJ music at the entertainment complex near the lobby. The resort also offers the following facilities and amenities — spa, salon, Wi-Fi access, fitness center, and wedding and honeymoon packages. This is just a ten minute walk from Nassau’s Cabbage Beach. Day passes are also available for visitors.

Will this fare better than the popular Atlantis Bahamas? Only time will tell.

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