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Paradise Point Resort & Spa, A Destination Hotel

Paradise Point Resort & Spa, A Destination Hotel

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1284 Reviews

Exclusive island resort in Mission Bay

Occupying an exclusive 44-acre private island just minutes from San Diego, this remarkable resort is the ideal choice for a secluded and luxurious California break. With one mile of beachfront, five swimming pools and a tranquil spa centre, this unique island resort has all you need for a great holiday. Then, when hunger sets in, take advantage of one of the five different dining options including the signature Tidal seafood restaurant.

  • Enjoy a dip in the five resort swimming pool
  • Explore 44 acres of grounds including one mile of beach
  • Very close to SeaWorld
  • Stay on an island in Mission Bay
  • Travel to San Diego in just a short drive
  • Relax at the hotel spa

Hotel Features

Hotel Category

Trusted
  • Check-in Time:
    03:00
  • Check-out Time:
    11:00
  • 462 rooms
  • Floors have lift access: No

Main Facilities

  • Outdoor pool

Board Basis Options

  • Room Only
Location Highlights

Paradise Point Resort & Spa, A Destination Hotel

1284 Reviews 66% of travellers recommended this hotel

Traveller ratings

  • Excellent 614
  • Very Good 286
  • Average 205
  • Poor 101
  • Terrible 78

What to Expect

  • Location
  • Sleep Quality
  • Rooms
  • Service
  • Value
  • Cleanliness

Reviews

Jul 19, 2019

A total Illusion

West Sayville, New York

to make it short, I booked a family vacation of 5 rooms. I booked myself the expensive $700 night bungalow on the cove. The reason was, I wanted the beach for the family, as there was a fire pit and a great "on the water" view. They said fires were allowed and I would be right on the beach. Well I was on the beach, and there were fire pits, but what the resort fails to tell you is all the coastline beaches are " Public Beaches", not owned by the resort. So what happens, to my surprise, is that huge family gatherings of locals poor onto the beach early in the am and stake out all of the fire pits and set up tents and party till 5am, right in front of your beautiful Bay view. They also like to leave there chairs or sneak in at 11pm to put chairs, to stake the fire pit for the next night. It was horrible. If you go, Skip the water-view rooms and make sure u pay regular hotel rates for this place, as its not a resort or spa. I'm currently having Amex look into getting a refund.
Jul 15, 2019

How can San Diego disappoint?

Redlands, California

Expectations play a huge role in any evaluation. Book a $99 single at the Notso Comfort Inn and you take what you get and keep your mouth shut. Book a $400 double queen bungalow Supreme Bayview at Mission Bay? Well your expectations range a bit higher. We travel a great deal, and frankly we could count on one hand the number of rooms, at whatever cost, that have been more modest. Two queens? Check. Distance between the out side of each and the room walls? Maybe one foot. As a matter of fact the beds occupied perhaps 60% of the floor space. The commode and bath were in a room so small that any person of size simply could not comfortably use the facilities. Reading chair? Well not exactly. There was a modest table in a closet like alcove slightly larger than the table, with a hard back chair, but if you wanted to read? Not so good...no lighting around. Wanted to read in bed? One table light between the two beds...no discretionary use of lighting possible. Where to put your suitcase? The familiar fold out rack was tucked in a modest closet also filled with a chest...put the fold out anywhere near the foot of the two queens (your only viable choice) and you had a traffic hazard. A “best Western this wasn’t...no where near as roomy. Now to add insult to injury. I submerged my disappointment (and frankly anger because in addition to the high room rates were tacked on a resort fee and parking charge that added nearly another hundred dollars per night!) and headed to the main desk. A nice young man was very polite surveyed his computer at my request for a room change and said, “Sorry we are completely booked out—not a single room of any size available.” I then went back to my room and did what I should have done before going to the desk...I checked the hotel website for my room type and found a lovely shot of a spacious attractive roomy Bayview room WHICH OF COURSE HAD IN COMMON WITH MY ROOM ONLY DOORS AMD WALLS. I then checked on availability, for this night, on the hotel website, and found rooms AVAILABLE that were a/ more spacious, b/ better furnished, and c/ cheaper! I lingered over my choices, looked at my 10 year old grandson who only wanted to be fed and take a swim, closed my laptop and said, “Let’s have a pizza and take a swim.” Course he wasn’t out $500 a night...verrrry disappointing but disappointment with a cheap room balanced by God’s gift of San Diego and Mission Bay. Next time we’ll stay at Best Western. No better accommodations of course, but no worse and at a fraction of the cost.
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