The 250-room adults-only, all-inclusive Warwick Paradise Island – Bahamas is reporting that its 340 in-house guests including tourists and staff members are safe and enjoying the comforts of the resort following the passage of Hurricane Dorian through The Bahamas. The resort is fully operational and incurred no damage as Paradise Island experienced rain and wind with the island located south of the hurricane track.

“First and foremost, our thoughts and prayers are with our fellow Bahamians who suffered loss as a result of Hurricane Dorian. We will be collecting items for the Bahamas Red Cross and bringing to their Nassau location to assist those communities impacted by the hurricane,” said Benjamin Davis, general manager of Warwick Paradise Island – Bahamas, in a statement.

“As part of our hurricane protocols, we assembled a team of efficient associates and managers who remained at the resort and provided our 340 guests, who stayed on Sept. 1, with a complete vacation experience with meals, snacks, beverages and entertainment despite the rainy and windy conditions outside. We are thankful to our guests for their cooperation and appreciation before and during the storm,” stated Davis.

“The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism and Aviation and the Bahamas Hotel and Tourism Association provided excellent communication in advance of the storm as the destination prepared for the arrival of Hurricane Dorian as well as throughout the storm’s presence over our country,” noted Davis.

Warwick Paradise Island – Bahamas has a hurricane policy in place, which can be viewed on the website and details the procedures and options available for travelers whose stays are impacted by a hurricane.

Agents with clients whose travel plans were impacted by Hurricane Dorian can contact the reservations team to reschedule their stay by calling (888) 645-5550 (toll-free U.S. and Canada) or send an e-mail to

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For information on how other Caribbean islands fared through Hurricane Dorian, click here.