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|"Great staff and amazing sunsets."||(in 62 reviews)|
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|"The main pool staff was outstanding!"||(in 38 reviews)|
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It was very beautiful to see walking around and getting lost, the weather matched the looks so it felt more distant, and the staff were super friendly
I almost hit kids running around on bicycles at least 3 times because they were scattered, can hear kids yelling even past the curfew hours, the price is a little steep for the quality and amenities so it's technically not worth the money you pay for
Nice pools and liked being so close to the beach. Restaurants were good too.
Public assess to the resort which made getting to the beach really busy.
EVERYTHING WAS FABULOUS!!!! FIVE STAR RATING FOR SURE!!!
I loved everything about our stay, except when I requested clean towels we never got them. I tried calling front desk, they never answered the phone. The tip of the iron in our room was broken and I didn't notice it until after it ripped my shirt. Over all we had a wonderful 2 days at this resort and we will definitely stay again.
The seclusion was enjoyable.
By the time the final bill came, we’d been charged over $400 in additional taxes and assessments. While it’s understandable that currently we had to empty our own garbage cans, make our own beds, and do other chores that one hopes to get away from on vacation, some of the additional charges - transient tax/daily parking fees could have been lowered or dropped all together.
A good place to get away in the middle of a city. Very relaxing and a good escape.
more complete sidewalks would be nice.
Paradise Point Resort & Spa is an island to itself right on Mission Bay. It is dedicated to providing guests with ample dining options, recreational activities, and a relaxing stay in the heart of San Diego. It features 462 beautifully decorated family bungalow-style guestrooms with full living rooms and separate bedrooms that are surrounded by tropical gardens or the waters of Mission Bay, as well as 72 hotel suites such as The Executive with accommodations for groups and The Bayside Fireplace that's designed for couples and features a private balcony.
Visitors may indulge in recreational activities like tennis, surfing, basketball, ping-pong, and croquet. For a night out in town, this resort also offers trolley tours to Old Town, as well as The Hopper double-decker bus for city tours. Other outdoor amenities include the Island Adventure Club, dine-in movies, and beach bonfires.
Guests can also unwind at Paradise Point's spa. Equipped with luxury treatment rooms and sea breezes, this spa offers a menu full of pampering services. Visitors may choose from body treatments, facials, massages, facial enhancements, and nail services. Brides and bridesmaids may also get their hair and makeup done here with exclusive bridal beauty packages. Other beauty packages at this spa include a whirlpool soak, body scrub, Swedish massage, and a pedicure.
At Paradise Point Resort & Spa, Guests can also feast at restaurants like Tidal, Tropics Cantina, Barefoot Bar and Grill, and Caveman Pizza Company. From fine dining, to quick and casual, the hotel has a variety of culinary choices to choose from. An in-room delivery service is also available, allowing guests to order everything from breakfast to late-night meals without ever leaving the hotel room.
This luxurious island resort takes it up a notch with premium services, recreational amenities, and delicious culinary treats. Guests can experience all of what San Diego has to offer at the one-of-a-kind Paradise Point Resort & Spa.
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- Mission Beach 0.8 mi
- SeaWorld San Diego 1 mi
- Mission Bay Park 1.4 mi
- Old Town San Diego State Historic Park 2.8 mi
- Sunset Cliffs Natural Park 4 mi
- Windansea Beach 4.5 mi