Greening Your Life: Part of the Apple Vacations Greening Your Life initiative, this property holds a Travelife Gold Award and Sustainability Certification. The resort also utilizes biodegradable cleaning products, strives for an active reduction in water, electricity, and chemical products, and educates employees and guests with informative, eco-friendly materials.
Located on a picture-perfect, white-sand beach just a short walk from the Atlantis Casino, the adults-only Riu Palace Paradise Island is a true oasis of fun and excitement with a distinct Bahamian flair. Featuring the All-Inclusive by RIU concept, this breathtaking resort offers unmatched service, world-class activities, nightly entertainment, and a resort complete with a picturesque swimming pool, gourmet restaurants, inspiring ocean views, and one of the most beautiful full-service spas imaginable.
All guestrooms are equipped with a fully stocked mini-bar and liquor dispenser, Free WiFi, and satellite TV. Specialty dining choices include Grill Steakhouse, Fusion, Japanese, and Italian. Room service is available 24-hours a day, perfect for those late night cravings!
Activities and entertainment are in full swing at Riu Palace Paradise Island. Enjoy a day on the beach playing volleyball, or work up a sweat in the full-service gym. Shows and live music are available several nights a week. There is something for everyone at Riu Palace Paradise Island!
LocationParadise Island - Beach
General Policies & Fine Print
Check-in Policy - Hotel requires a credit/debit card authorization or cash deposit upon check-in for incidentals; this will place a hold on your funds.
Convention Policy - Individuals attending a convention cannot book this property for their stay. If found attending a convention, guests may be subject to higher room rates upon arrival.
Hotel Spring Break Policies - At least one person 21 years or older is required in every room during the months of February through May. During the remainder of the year, at least one person 18 years or older is required in every room.The Hotel reserves the right of admission and may request a guest present his/her passport or official ID as proof of age. Guests can and will be removed from the property, at their own expense, if any disturbance or complaint from other guests or hotel staff arises. Parties in rooms are not permitted. Unruly behavior by individuals or groups is not allowed at any property at any time during the year.
General Information - Room taxes and service fees are included in vacation price.
Minimum night stay restrictions may apply.
Reservation changes may not be permitted unless authorized by the hotel.
This hotel is adults only and children are not allowed.
Customer Ratings & Reviews
TripAdvisor Traveler Rating1133 reviews
From the overall treatment of all staff members to the food selections and the cleanliness of the entire hotel our stay was very enjoyable. It's just a matter of time until we return. I would recommend the hotel to anyone.
Friends 25 year anniversary
First I would like to start off by saying the food was good,all the Alla cart restaurants were very good. Only a few complaints 1st the hallway to our room was never mopped since I was there, our room was very nice not always mopped but swept everyday. 2nd they bar service was never consistent order a drink get one 10 minutes later and it tastes completely different. 3rd is we could not book the alla carts in the morning you had to line up on a first come first served basis, so if you weren't in time you had to eat at the buffet which was okay but not romantic. 4th no beach bar close by. 5th we had a late flight so I tried to get a courtesy room 100.00 charge so when I spoke to my spouse and agreed about it whent back 15min later they were all taken, it would have been nice to know they only had 15 rooms and it was first come basis.
Lovely 80th birthday vacay
We stayed at the Riu Paradise Island from Oct 24-31/19. We were there for my Mom’s 80th birthday and we were a group of 12. This was my first time in the Bahamas. The hotel is in an excellant location and the beaches and water are the most amazing that I have ever seen, exactly like you see in the pictures. The food is exceptional. We were a little concerned about not being able to book the steakhouse for my Mom’s birthday, as you cannot prebook. You line up and hope that you get a spot. We talked to Rosco, he is in charge, and he told us not to worry and come down for about 7:30 and he would make sure we had our table for 12. He was true to is word and it was simply amazing. The staff went above and beyond our expectations. The rooms are clean and well stocked. The pool area was small, but you were always able to get a chair, either in the sun or under the shade. The staff were by far the best of any resort we have been to, especially the entertainment staff, always engaging you in activities and man do they work hard. I would definitely recommend this hotel, and will be back for sure.
that will never happen again
Unbelievable. Ask for a room with 2 beds.. they give you a king... speak to somebody at the restaurant and they asked for one bed and get 2 beds.. ask front counter if we can switch and they say NO.. wtf... forget this place. Not worth the hassle. Atlantis is 100 feet away.. just go there
Paradise on Paradise Island
We were with a group of 36 people at the end of October. First and foremost the hotel is very clean. Our room was clean, the hallways were clean, everything was very clean. Secondly, 98% of the staff were extremely friendly and helpful! There were a couple bartenders in the Calypso bar and swim-up bar that were just kind of "meh" but everyone else we encountered were very friendly! Lastly the food was awesome! No matter your preference, it was available. The only real downside to our stay were the peddlers on the beach; which the hotel cannot control. Once you said "no thank you" though they went away. The other downside was the entertainment...or lack of...one night there was a tribute to Michael Jackson; that was a little hokey, but otherwise there really wasn't any type of entertainment. The pricing in the spa seemed high as well. We ended up not getting a massage because of the price. Overall though I would recommend Hotel Riu on Paradise Island to anyone looking for a "kid-free" get-away with friendly staff and clean accommodations.