Pros: The experience was wonderful. Being right on the water, was great. Breakfast area was awesome. Having kayaks and gear to use, included in the price, was excellent!
Cons: Yoga was cancelled 2 out of the 3 days we were there.
Pros: Hidden gem! Everything here was delightful: the luxury-tropical theme, the buffet dinners, the beautiful pool and hottub, the hotel kayaks, huge bay, live music and fire dancers. Not the place if you are looking for a sandy beach or shopping nearby.
Pros: Excellent activities available, such as yoga classes, kayak use and classes, and great food recommendations.
Cons: Would have liked a larger room - looked bigger in the online pics.
Breath taking views first morning double rainbows amazing
Pros: There was a sweet young lady who worked with breakfast great people skills she is going to go places
Cons: Steps lota steps
It's a beautiful view of the bay and quiet location for staying away from tourists and noise. The quiet night time bird noises of the bird sanctuary and rain forests near by are wonderfully memorable and a fabulous experience. You just have to ignore the hideous first impression of the fish cleaning, dilapidated and unkempt neighbor neighbors along the road into where the resort is located. Also, you will have to ignore the passive staff and inconsistent guest treatment from one guest to another. (I was ignored and given very limited details while I sat and watch 2 different people get extremely courtesy overly detailed treatment who (1) had no reservation and (1) got there after I did... They gave my reserved room away and left us in the dark about it got 30min waiting while they scrambled to give us a back up room) The stove/hot plate didn't work in our suite, but we were not compensated for this inconvenience in any way. I didn't like that. Breakfast fruits and presentation each morning was very nice. It's a good place to stay, but don't expect high class and fancy 'resort' - it's moderate , Environmentally conscious, clean, quirky, Hawaiian.
Pros: The bay views and quiet serenity away from the tourist areas of Oahu are what I liked best.
Cons: 1.neglected, dilapidated, unkempt properties that greet you RIGHT BEFORE you drive up to THE PARADISE BAY RESORT LOBBY leaves you w/ a very bad first impression. 2.'FREE' activities named online, but turn out to cost $20-$25 3. passive staff
Pros: The location and the view!
Cons: Bathroom had a weird, moldy smell to it.
Pros: Spacious rooms, great view,very relaxing setting,staff very friendly. Breakfast buffet was good and good selection of items. Parking was easy and free.
Cons: The location was in an area that was not well kept,with residence that did not control their animals.
Actually did not spend much time other than sleep time/breakfast at the hotel. Had other family in Kailua and Waikiki and days were spent with them.
Pros: On the quiet side of the island, off the beaten track.
Cons: Could use more outdoor spaces.
This is a very old facility that is being up-graded. The setting is beautiful.It has some very nice features. It is a very special place with a lot of character. The flora and fauna are very mature and lovely. We would definitely stay there again without the $200 hold on the credit card thing. In addition to the pool they have paddle boards and kayaks. They have a boat trip out to the sandbar one day a week. Friday night they have local Hawaiian music (Freddie G) who was lovely to listen to and fit the surroundings. He is a very gifted musician. They have a fire dancer on Friday nights after sunset who is just excellent and you learn a lot about the origins of fire dancing etc. There are MANY stairs! If you are disabled you need to tell the staff when you make your reservation so they can place you in an accessible unit.
Pros: The location is stunning. The pool is beautiful. The Friday night music and fire dancer were great.
Cons: No phones in the room. They have you sign a very stringent agreement when you check in including saying that they are going to put a $200 hold on your credit card for up to 20 days after check out. When I got home they had over charged me $200.
We did shrimp trucks, kayak, glider flying, shave ice. SUP, hanging out, Cultural Center, Dole pineapple, military history, surfing, hula, knife show, shopping and never hit Waikiki until the last day. They were not impressed with Waikiki. Just come, enjoy the views, and relax.
Pros: Just decent people running a great business. I used to live here. I wanted to give my 15 year old twins a taste of the real Hawaii, rather than the concrete jungle. Mission accomplished.
great place to stay. My husband and I enjoyed ourselves very much. Our room was beautiful.
Pros: Awesome rooms. I lived on island for 5 years and it is hands down best place to stay, especially if you want to stay away from the city.
Cons: Parking was free but difficult. The staff needs to work with all guests on parking in appropriate spots and not taking four spots with one car.
Come to Paradise, the ultimate true Hawaii vacation experience. Paradise Bay Resort offers the most beautiful natural setting and the best kept secret hide away on Oahu. We are the only resort hotel on the Tropical Windward Coast. Enjoy panoramic views of the Koolau and Kualoa Mountains, magnificent Kaneohe Bay, Chinamans Hat Island, the Pacific Ocean and the neighboring Kahouna Fish Sanctuary.Resort Fee: A daily resort fee of US$30 per night plus taxes for the first two adults (per room) will be collected at check-in. Resort fee will be waived for children age 12 and under. Additional guest staying in the same room will be charged an additional US$10 per adult per night plus taxes.