Warwick Journeys Adds New Collaborations, Bahamas Location

Warwick Paradise Island Bahamas seen from the harbour beach.
The Warwick Paradise Island Bahamas.

Warwick Journeys, a new guest recognition program from Warwick Hotels and Resorts, is introducing two new initiatives as well as the addition of a new resort location in the Bahamas.

The first program collaboration is with New York City’s Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), allowing all Warwick Journeys members to receive a 20 percent discount on the purchase of two adult tickets as well as a 20 percent discount on the purchase of one item in the MoMA’s stores when staying at the Warwick New York. When members reach Black level they will receive free admission for themselves and up to four guests to the museum. This also includes early access to select exhibitions from 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. each morning, access to select exhibitions before they open to the general public on Member Preview Days as well as discounts on purchases in the MoMA stores and restaurants, such as Café 2, Terrace 5, and The Bar Room of The Modern. 

With the Warwick Journeys program, members can also book special offers at the Warwick New York that will include MoMA-centric amenities and promotions. In the hotel’s Modern Art Suite, guests get a taste of one of the Warwick New York’s signature offerings, as the room pays homage to the museum with prints of works displayed, plus a terrace overlooking the museum’s rooftop. 

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The second program collaboration is a partnership with Bucherer. Purple level members of Warwick Journeys traveling to Paris, and staying at the Warwick Paris or the Hôtel Westminster receive a personalized tour of the brand’s flagship store on Boulevard des Capucines, the largest watch store in the world. Gold level members receive a complimentary watch servicing, while Black level members receive all of the benefits of both gold and purple level members as well as exclusive access to a special watchmaking or diamond workshop by reservation. In addition, black level members receive a complimentary Bucherer candle.

The recently opened Warwick Paradise Island, Bahamas is the hotel brand’s newest location, an adults-only, all-inclusive resort on Nassau Harbor along the island’s south shore. The resort has a white sand beach, five restaurants, two bars, a fully equipped fitness center, a gift shop, resort entertainment and activities, as well as a tour desk offering sightseeing options to destination attractions. 

There is also the Amber Spa, offering a full menu of massages, facials and skin care and hair treatments. The 10,000-square-foot Warwick Sunset Terrace is one of the resort’s signature features – while overlooking the harbor marinas, it is also complimented by the resort’s open-air steak and seafood restaurant, the Edgewater Grill.

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