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Super Deal: An All-Inclusive Three-Night Stay at This Bahamas Resort Is $699

It’s an adults-only property!

Dreaming of swimming in warm, turquoise waters, sipping delicious cocktails on white-sand beaches, and enjoying moments of peace and quiet on a faraway island? There’s a way you can make this dream come true for yourself—with this super-saver deal in the Bahamas that we found on Travelzoo. 

An all-inclusive adults-only resort, Warwick Paradise Island Bahamas is located on the south shore of Paradise Island. This 250-room resort is just what you’d expect from a luxury retreat in the Bahamas—there is a massive free-form pool overlooking the Atlantic, a private beach exclusive to the guests staying at the resort, a selection of five restaurants and two bars, and a full-service spa. It’s a great location if you’re thinking about a romantic escape or a getaway with your friends, and right now, the resort is offering 35% off.

Travelzoo lists a three- or five-night stay offer at Warwick Paradise Island Bahamas from May 1-December 18, 2022. You can book a Water View room for three nights for $699 from September 1-December 18, and $999 from May 1-August 31. Five-night vacations start at $1,165. The best part? All meals and drinks are included, along with all taxes!

It’s a highly-rated resort on Paradise Island, and the deal is flexible, so you can book it now and choose your travel dates later. The vouchers are refundable for 14 days, in case you change your mind.

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Need help planning your trip? We have got the best advice on things to do in the Bahamas and things not to do in the Bahamas. As a responsible traveler, you know the basics: tip generously, respect the culture, see and eat local, support local businesses, and don’t disrupt wildlife or corals. If you’re interested in water sports and adventure, you will love everything that the islands offers, from sailing and kayaking to fishing and snorkeling. The waters are warm and nice. Seafood is incredible, of course, so you can seek out local restaurants to try fried fish, rice and peas, and guava duff.

The peak time to travel to the Bahamas is December to April, so the crowds really thin out in the summer months. It might be rainy during the summer months, but if you’re willing to beat the crowds, it’s a nice time to visit (and more affordable). Just make sure you check for hurricane warnings, confirm pandemic-related travel requirements, and take CDC’s travel advisory into consideration.

As a heads up, although Fodor’s fully endorses this deal, we receive a small commission on this transaction.
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