Adults ONLY - ALL Inclusive resort located in Nassau Harbour in Paradise Island. Unwind in style and sophistication at Warwick Paradise Island Bahamas, Nassau Paradise Island's newest all-inclusive resort that's just for adults! Set along Nassau Harbour with picture-perfect views of Nassau and Paradise Island and within walking distance of The Bahamas' best beaches, shopping, and entertainment, Warwick delivers an all-inclusive experience that's enhanced with luxurious touches and personalized guest service. Guests at Warwick will be able to enjoy stylish accommodations, delectable dining, access to a gorgeous private harbour beach, and a host of activities and amenities – all the elements of the perfect getaway in Paradise – for one convenient all-inclusive package rate. The resort’s minimum age requirement is 18 years old, except during March, April, and June, when the minimum age is 21 years old. Dine in one of our four restaurants or indulge in your tropical favourite cocktail at the poolside Hog Bar or in our comfortable Rum Cay Lobby Bar. The Warwick features a variety of dining options including a la carte specialty restaurants and The Verandah restaurant with indoor and poolside patio al fresco seating..According to one Andros legend, diners may find good luck cast upon them at Chickcharnies Pizzeria & Grille. According to Bahamian lore, Chickcharnies are large half-man/half-bird mythical creatures whose magic shines down on all who show them respect. Located poolside, Chickcharnies serves pizza, burgers, wraps, salads and local favourites daily from 10am to 6pm. Guests will enjoy the fun atmosphere of Tings on a Stick, an a la carte shish kebob eatery serving a variety of fresh meat, seafood and vegetable kebobs and Asian fusion inspired dishes. The a la carte Abbiocco, named after an Italian expression for the "sleepy feeling a person gets after a big and delicious meal," is the Italian fine dining restaurant with a casual atmosphere. The Arawak Patio is the outdoor seating area named after the other early primary settlers of the Islands, the Arawak tribe of Caribbean and South American descent.