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|Distance to city centre||10,1 km|
|Nearest airport||San Diego|
|Distance to airport||6,1 km|
|"The main pool staff was outstanding!!!."||(in 9 reviews)|
|"The resort was beautiful!"||(in 42 reviews)|
|"Very spacious well appointed room."||(in 50 reviews)|
|"Floors in room very dirty."||(in 42 reviews)|
|"The service was very slow."||(in 12 reviews)|
|"Expensive so called resort fees?"||(in 13 reviews)|
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|barefoot||in 15 reviews|
|bed was very uncomfortable||in 6 reviews|
|day parking||in 20 reviews|
|good food||in 58 reviews|
|great location||in 166 reviews|
|grounds were beautiful||in 88 reviews|
|main pool||in 18 reviews|
|park your car||in 28 reviews|
|private beach||in 68 reviews|
|resort fee||in 114 reviews|
|room service||in 47 reviews|
|room was clean||in 21 reviews|
|room was dirty||in 182 reviews|
|san diego||in 29 reviews|
|staff was very friendly||in 112 reviews|
Our rooms were excellent. Very clean and newly remodelled. The decor was great.
The property in general seemed dated. It was more like a camp feel than a resort.
Unexpectedly fabulous, and the people were so friendly and helpful
The property is beautiful. The staff is amazing. Close to places to tour in San Diego.
The beds are hard and uncomfortable and the restaurants are overpriced.
A good place to get away in the middle of a city. Very relaxing and a good escape.
more complete sidewalks would be nice.
The lush green grass and trees. Restaurants on site were good. Bikes for rent was nice. I didn't try the water sports but they were available. The whole layout of the resort was beautiful.
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.
based on 4 077 reviews
Things to know
- Nice building
- Pleasant hotel grounds
Policies vary by room type and provider.
FAQs when booking at Paradise Point Resort & Spa
What is the best room at Paradise Point Resort & Spa?
Stay in a Bayside Junior Suite and enjoy a private patio that leads out to lush gardens and direct water access. Featuring a plush sleeper sofa and dining area that looks out across Mission Bay, you’ll have the perfect spot to sprawl out and unwind. With an extra-large king size bed and queen sized sofa, there’s ample room for 4 people to stay. Available for approximately $379 per night, you’ll feel like a star with a personal wet bar and hot tub.
Where should I eat when staying at Paradise Point Resort & Spa?
Stop into the Caveman Pizza Company for a memorable meal and interactive dining experience. The restaurant resides in an old bunked that was designed for the Cold War, creating a warm and charismatic atmosphere. Choose your own toppings and dough for your pizza, then watch as it is cooked fresh in front of your eyes. Open until 10:00 pm every night of the week, you can even grab takeaway and head back to eat in your room.
What meeting facilities does Paradise Point Resort & Spa have?
No matter the scope and details of your gathering, the hotel has the event spaces and equipment to cater to your needs. With smaller function rooms for business meetings and larger ballrooms for conferences or galas, there is no event Paradise Point can’t host. Catering services and state-of-the-art audiovisual equipment deliver a professional environment, while sustainable initiatives such as waste recycling and water conservation ensure a positive impact on the environment.
What’s the easiest way to travel from the airport to Paradise Point Resort & Spa?
Ordering an Uber is a simple and quick transport option, with the trip taking roughly 25m and costing approximately $18. If you land in Terminal 1 of the airport, the pickup area is the closest transportation island. In order to meet your driver at Terminal 2, head across to the second transportation island (Lane 2).
What amenities are provided for pets at Paradise Point Resort & Spa?
The hotel makes sure that your faithful companion enjoys their time away from home just as much as you do, with water and food bowls as well as treats supplied upon check in. There is 44 acres of property to explore, meaning your energetic pet will have all the space they need to stretch their legs and wonder. A maximum of one pet per room can be brought along, with a fee of approximately $150 added to the cost of your reservation.
What transport options does Paradise Point Resort & Spa offer?
The concierge service team is able to organize transportation to and from the resort, including to popular attractions such as Petco Park, Belmont Park, Torrey Pines Natural Reserve, Mission Bay Aquatic Center and Coronado Brewing Company. There are also quadracycles that can be rented, with plenty of beaches and swimming spots nearby. If you are renting a car during your stay, you can grab a reserved park at the hotel for approximately $38 per night. (Prices checked 17/05/19).
Where is Paradise Point Resort & Spa located?
Paradise Point Resort & Spa is located at 1404 Vacation Road in Mission Bay, 10,1 km from the centre of San Diego. Mission Beach is the closest landmark to Paradise Point Resort & Spa.
When is check-in time and check-out time at Paradise Point Resort & Spa?
Check-in time is 16:00 and check-out time is 11:00 at Paradise Point Resort & Spa.
Does Paradise Point Resort & Spa offer free Wi-Fi?
No, Paradise Point Resort & Spa does not offer free Wi-Fi.
Does Paradise Point Resort & Spa offer free parking?
No, Paradise Point Resort & Spa does not offer free parking.
Does Paradise Point Resort & Spa offer free airport shuttle service?
No, Paradise Point Resort & Spa does not offer free airport shuttle service.
How far is Paradise Point Resort & Spa from the airport?
Paradise Point Resort & Spa is 6,1 km from San Diego. Paradise Point Resort & Spa is 36 km from Tijuana Rodriguez.
Can you bring pets to Paradise Point Resort & Spa?
Yes, Paradise Point Resort & Spa is a pet-friendly hotel.
Does Paradise Point Resort & Spa have a pool?
Yes, Paradise Point Resort & Spa has a pool on-site.
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Most popular landmarks
- Mission Beach 1,2 km
- SeaWorld San Diego 1,7 km
- Mission Bay Park 2,3 km
- Old Town San Diego State Historic Park 4,4 km
- Sunset Cliffs Natural Park 6,5 km
- Windansea Beach 7,2 km
|San Diego||6,1 km|
|Tijuana Rodriguez||36 km|
|San Diego - Old Town||4,2 km|
|San Diego - Santa Fe Depot||9,2 km|