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Paradise Point Resort & Spa Review

By Livia Taylor 05/07/2019
 
Just when you didn’t think San Diego could be any better, you realize there is a resort and spa on a private island in Mission Bay. Paradise Point Resort & Spa is spread over 44 acres of lush grounds, offering four Diamond-calibur amenities throughout the last 50 years.
 

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Paradise Point Resort & Spa Review

Paradise Point Resort & Spa beckons to those who want a luxurious experience at a waterfront locale while still being close to all San Diego has to offer. Keep reading our Paradise Point Resort & Spa review if you’re ready to ignite some wanderlust.

Paradise Point Resort & Spa Review - Rooms

When you book Paradise Point Resort & Spa with Get Away Today, you have your choice between a 1 King Lanai Garden room or a 2 Queen Lanai Garden room. Lanai Garden rooms are just under 500 square feet, and offer views of the beautifully manicured grounds of Paradise Point Resort. Each room option sleeps up to four guests, and a rollaway bed or crib can be requested from the front desk for an additional fee. Select King rooms do include a sofa bed, so inquire when booking with Get Away Today.

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As indicated by their name, Lanai Garden rooms boast either a private, ground floor lanai or a balcony with seating and views of the island. Nautical decor with a touch of elegance in each room make this a relaxing and comfortable San Diego hotel choice.

Paradise Point Resort & Spa Review - Amenities

King and Queen rooms at Paradise Point Resort & Spa include a coffee maker and a mini fridge, and a microwave can be requested for an additional cost. The grounds provide five swimming pools, a hot tub, one mile of sandy beach and an exercise room. Guest rooms are outfitted with free Wi-Fi and cable. Another amenity at Paradise Point Resort is The Spa.

The Spa at Paradise Point Resort offers treatments including massage, facials, manicures and haircuts. Treat yourself to some pampering while the rest of the family plays in the pool. Squeeze in a mani-pedi after a long day experiencing SeaWorld or the other San Diego attractions close to Paradise Point Resort.

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Another benefit of staying at Paradise Point Resort & Spa is Old Town Trolley Tours, which is regularly scheduled to pick up at 8:50 and 9:50am each morning. Inquire about the tours when booking to ensure they’re up and running during your stay.

Paradise Point Resort & Spa Review - Dining

One of the best parts of any trip is enjoying local, delicious food. At Paradise Point Resort & Spa, you’ll find a number of on-site dining options. There is the in-house restaurant, Tidal, which is located on the shores of Mission Bay. Here you can sample local seafood and enjoy the atmosphere of the west coast. Tidal restaurant is housed in a former beach bungalow, and offers menu items such as scallops, salmon, chicken and steak.

Barefoot Bar and Grill is another dining option for those staying at Paradise Point Resort. In addition to a menu for adults featuring Acai bowls, eggs, carnitas and more, there is also a kids’ menu. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, Barefoot Bar and Grill is a San Diego favorite.

Located at the main pool of Paradise Point Resort & Spa, you’ll find Tropics Cantina. Swim on up and enjoy fresh Mexican inspired foods. Choose from menu items such as chips and guac, quesadillas, smoothies and cocktails. Perfect for a quick refuel while enjoying the Southern California sunshine.

Caveman Pizza Company is yet another dining option at Paradise Point Resort & Spa. Housed in an old bunker, Caveman Pizza Company is a blast from the past. Enjoy make-your-own pizza options, salads, sandwiches and more at this eatery. It is typically open for dinner, and closes at midnight.

Luckily for you, if you don’t want to leave your Paradise Point room for a meal, Food2You will deliver menu items from Tidal, Caveman Pizza Company and Barefoot Bar and Grill right to you.

Paradise Point Resort & Spa Review - Location

Paradise Point Resort & Spa is less than two miles from SeaWorld by land and it about nine miles from the San Diego Zoo. It is ideally located for those who want to experience the beauty of Mission Bay while still being close to attractions, dining and activities such as surfing, biking and more.

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Paradise Point Resort & Spa Overview

When you book with Get Away Today, select dates are eligible for Extra Nights Free. Paradise Point Resort & Spa offers 3rd night fee specials to Get Away Today guests so you can get the most out of your San Diego vacation. At Paradise Point Resort, there is a parking fee as well as a resort fee, so be aware of those daily charges when you book.  

Book with Get Away Today

Get Away Today works closely with many hotels in San Diego, and our travel agents visit them to ensure you’re getting the best experience possible. We may specialize in Disneyland vacations, but Mission Bay is also a place we love and recommend. With so much to do on both land and sea, you’ll find San Diego is a vacation destination the whole family will love. To book with Paradise Point Resort & Spa, you can do so online or by calling one of our agents at 855-GET-AWAY.

 

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Taylor, Livia