by Wendy Irvine
The Paradise Point Resort sports a distinctive Hawaiian flavor (did we land in Maui?) with a huge lagoon, five sparkling pools, a smaller lagoon by the bay that has sharks and other fish to feed, a boat dock to rent paddle boats, motor boats and jet skis, and the list goes on. A stone’s throw from SeaWorld and Belmont Park (home to San Diego’s Big Dipper roller coaster), the Paradise Point Resort has secluded lodges on semi-private beaches, Adirondack chairs facing out to the water and two restaurants, one casual and one fine dining. The 40-acre resort also holds a spa, a full service salon, an observation deck with a 360-degree view of San Diego and a gleaming workout room.
Our Editor Loves
- Five pools
- Full-service marina
- Watersports: kayaking, fishing and more
by Krešimir K
Great resort experience with lots of palms and tropic style. Cool resort pools to chill-out and relax. Not crowdy and isolated.Rooms could be a little bit better to match the outside experience. Noisy AC, which we could not use during the night because of the noise ( ... and windows cannot be opened ). Did not had a table beside my bad and had to put my things on the floor.
I have stayed here for or five times in the past. But this time they put me in a room 752 which is as far east as you can go in the complex it was ran down dirty and terrible! If you wanted to walk to the lobby from my room it’s a half a mile round-trip. It’s seriously like two different hotels if you get a room by the bay or stuck in the back my advice is if they offer you a room in the 700s don’t take it. They charge way too much money for the quality of room you will get. I won’t be back there’s another resort very close to this which I’ve only had positive experiences that they will get my money.