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Riu Palace Paradise Island

6307 Casino Drive, Paradise Island, Bahamas

Pros

  • Breathtaking beach
  • Excellent maid service
  • Updated in Fall 2017

Cons

  • Long wait times at dinner
  • Limited beach service

Amenities

24-hour concierge
Bar
Free WiFi
Gym
Handicap-accessible
Parking on site
Pool
Restaurant
Room Service
Spa

What to Expect

Recently renovated, adults-only resort on a breathtaking beach where reapplying sunblock and refilling your drink are your only concerns

Resort Details

Opulence meets tranquility at Hotel Riu Palace Paradise Island. Its prime location on beautiful Cabbage Beach, eclectic dining options, dreamy oceanfront pool with a swim-up bar and adults-only policy make this beachfront resort ideal for couples looking for a romantic all-inclusive option. Enjoy 24-hour room service in the classically-designed rooms with features like balconies, flat-screen TVs, ocean views and minibars. Buffets and a la carte options for dining have Japanese, Indian, Fusion and much more to choose from.

Relax with massages and facials at Renova Spa or ask the concierge for transportation to a nearby golf course before ending the day in style with a private, al-fresco dinner. Rest assured your peace and quiet won’t be disturbed here—Hotel Riu Palace goes one step further than adults-only and keeps the premises spring-breaker free.

Nearby Attractions

Hotel RIU Palace Paradise Island’s location puts you right in the middle of paradise. Just next door Atlantis Paradise Island offers thrilling waterslides, swimming with dolphins and the largest open-air marine habitat on earth. Snorkel or scuba dive nearby School Reef or float in the inviting turquoise water surrounding the island. And when you’re looking for activities on land, take a short taxi or ferry ride to Nassau for beautiful colonial-style architecture, delicious food and the history of the Bahamas waiting to be uncovered. Be sure to see the Queen’s Staircase—it dates back to the late 18th century and the solid limestone flight of stairs carved entirely by slaves honors Queen Victoria and her role in abolishing slavery in the Bahamas.

Location Details
6307 Casino Drive, Paradise Island, Bahamas