Looking for a hotel in San Diego? Be sure to check out this hotel review for the Paradise Point Resort, your one-stop vacation destination.

Benefits Of Staying @ Paradise Point Resort {San Diego}

Benefits Of Staying @ Paradise Point Resort {San Diego}

When making plans to travel to San Diego, you may find yourself overwhelmed with all of the many hotel and resort options! San Diego is a popular tourist area, so searching for a hotel near the must-see attractions can be daunting.

I recently had the pleasure of staying at the Paradise Point Resort, and I’m sharing with you the benefits of staying on their property!

Benefits Of Staying @ Paradise Point Resort {San Diego}

 

Comfortability

It doesn’t matter if you’re staying in a room with two double queen beds or a king-size suite, Paradise Point wants you to feel at both comfortable and spoined. This resort has “462 Balinese influenced bungalow-style rooms, including 73 hotel suites“. I stayed in a bungalow suite with a king-sized bed, and I slept like a well-pampered baby. The room was clean (and yes, I am one of those people who pull back the sheets to check out the mattresses) and well-maintained. And with the large windows, there was lots of the sunshine you came to California for in the first place.

Benefits Of Staying @ Paradise Point Resort {San Diego}

The hotel also has a variety of accommodation option luxury suites. But, If you’re bringing the family along, staying in a bungalow suite would be ideal. The bungalow boasts a separate bedroom with a king-size bed, two bathrooms, a dining area, wet bar (with a small fridge) and a living room area with a pullout sleeper couch.

Accommodations also include:

  • Private patio with Adirondack chairs
  • King size bed or 2 double beds
  • Mini-fridge
  • High-speed internet access (wireless & hard-wired)
  • Alarm clock radio with mp3 input
  • 37-inch flat screen TV and cable featuring premium channels
  • Designer bath amenities by Gilchrist & Soames
  • Irons & ironing boards
  • Coffee-maker
  • Hair dryer
  • In-room safes (safe deposit boxes also available at front desk)
  • Suites with wet bar and microwave
  • Reserved doorstep parking – $37 per car per night
  • Passport to Paradise – $29 per room per night*
  • Rollaway beds and pack ‘n’ plays also available
  • Pet-friendly hotel accommodations
  • 13 ADA-accessible guest rooms

Tidal Restaurant Review

On-site Dining Options

You have a variety of excellent dining options on Paradise Island. ” Tidal, a laid-back dining experience at the waterfront Barefoot Bar & Grill, or quick and delicious eats at the poolside Tropics Cantina or Caveman Pizza Company.” I had the pleasure of eating at Paradise Point Resort’s signature restaurant, Tidal while vacationing at the resort. Can I just say, “WOW!” The food and service are beyond superb!

Tidal Restaurant Review

We started with a three-cheese tray: Wagon Wheel, Marisa, and Humboldt Fog. Even with my “dairy issues”, I was able to chow down and enjoy the goat cheese. For my main entrée,  I had the Salmon Wellington, talk about putting a major twist on the classic Beef Wellington! My hat off to the chef for creating such a wonderful dish! I also ordered a side of roasted fingerling potatoes. 

Tidal Restaurant Review

 

I love the modern feel of their restaurant, with it’s vibrant colors, and it’s well lit and with a spaciousness that encourages diners to sit back and relax. Plus, the cool, funky gray chairs were fun to sit in while devouring every single amazing bite of my unforgettable meal.

Paradise Point Resorts San Diego

Amenities Galore

Staying at Paradise Point is the vacation. Not only is this a private island located in Mission Bay (San Diego), but it has amenities galore and accommodations that’ll make you feel as if you were transported worlds away tucked elegantly within some lush Carribean locale.

Paradise Point Resorts San Diego

Here’s a list of their amenities:

  • 44 acres surrounded by a one-mile sandy beach
  • Five pools, including one adults-only retreat
  • Hotel-wide high-speed internet access (both wireless and hard-wired)
  • Multiple waterfront restaurants and dining options
  • Island-inspired luxury spa and salon with private garden courtyard and intimate couples’ bungalow
  • Fitness center and movement studio offering fitness classes
  • Marina with sailboats, speed boats, kayaks, paddleboards, jet skis & more
  • Daily surf lessons at the Paradise Surf Academy
  • 14 bonfire pits (wood-burning and gas-powered)
  • 18-hole putting golf course
  • NBA basketball court
  • Five tennis courts
  • Beach cruisers, quadricycles, Segways for rental
  • Access to 14 miles of waterfront bike and walking paths
  • Unique gifts and vacation essentials at the Island Market
  • Reserved doorstep parking – $37 per car per night
  • Passport to Paradise – $29 per room per night*
  • Pet-friendly hotel accommodations
  • Over 65,000 square feet of waterfront event space for meetings, weddings, and other special celebrations
  • Across the street from SeaWorld and minutes from top attractions like Old Town, San Diego Zoo, Balboa Park, Gaslamp Quarter and the airport.

I was only there a short time, so I didn’t have time to check out the spa. However, when I return, the spa will be on my list of “must” things to do. Come nightfall I definitely want to experience a roaring bonfire in one of their many fire pits (and they have smores kits too, so you don’t have to make a run at the store!). These folks have thought of just about every, and they definitely know how to vacay.

When checking in, the staff was pleasant, polite, professional and knowledgeable about, not just the resort, but also about events happening locally They were prompt in helping me check in, as well as courteous.

Paradise Point Resorts San Diego

One of the complimentary services I liked was the business center. Since I was flying back home when I checked out, I needed to print my boarding pass. I was able to go to their business center and quickly find my airline and print my boarding pass.  This is a super convenient service for travelers.

Overall, I enjoyed my stay at Paradise Point Resort & Spa. It doesn’t matter if you’re looking for a meeting place in the San Diego area, looking for a weekend getaway idea in San Diego, where to have your wedding (or any other special event) in San Diego or sesarching for a vacation resort for you and your family, Paradise Point offers everything you need and more.

Feel free to check out their website and book your upcoming stay! And if you do stay, come back and let me know about your experience!

Have you ever been to San Diego before? What are some of your favorite things to do there, places to stay or eat? I would love to connect with you, so leave me a comment below!

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