The all-inclusive Warwick Paradise Island resort in The Bahamas is reopening on July 1, the property announced.
The resort’s return will coincide with The Bahamas’ official reopening for tourism on the same date.
Warwick Paradise Island has implemented the company’s new “Warwick Cares Program” to focus on hotel cleaning practices, social interactions and workplace protocols.
“At Warwick Hotels and Resorts, our highest priority is the comfort, safety and health of our guests and colleagues and as such, we will be employing the highest standards in cleaning protocols for everyone’s well being,” said Benjamin Davis, General Manager of Warwick Paradise Island – Bahamas. “Our entire team is committed to providing the highest level of service our guests have come to expect from our resort. We look forward to welcoming back repeat guests and new visitors to Warwick Paradise Island.”
Some of the new protocols will include temperature screenings for all guests arriving at the resort; express check-in for pre-paid reservations; prioritizing rooms on lower floors to minimize use of the elevator; and “enhanced and thorough” cleaning protocols for guest rooms, among other measures.
For more, visit Warwick Paradise Island Bahamas.