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This was our second stay here. Our first stay was April of 2016 when we got married on the beach. We so enjoyed our first stay and this current stay didn’t dissapoint. Upon arriving, I. Speaking to the lady at the front desk, I told...More
From the view to the staff, I love the resort. Clean spacious rooms, many pools (indoor and outdoor), on site restaurant and directly off beach. I was accommodated with PH suite with my family and late checkout due to flight problems. Get a room with...More
Response from brandynewman, General Manager at Paradise ResortResponded 2 weeks ago
Thank you for the review. We are happy to hear that you enjoyed your stay. We appreicate your feedback and look forward to seeing you on your next trip to the Beach.
All the Best,
We loved our first visit. Had a great 3 bedroom end unit that was very spacious with comfy beds. Internet worked great and we all had plenty of hot water to shower each night. The breakfast at Sandal's was just right and the pools were...More
This was our 3rd or 4th visit to the Paradise Resort and we were not disappointed!! The staff went out of their way to be welcoming and helpful. We requested a specific room, we had previously stayed in, and they were able to honor our...More
So we booked this place for one night while we were passing through the area. It was kind of a last second deal, but we got a reservation and headed that way. Check-in is listed as 3pm, but we didn't get into our room until...More
Response from Lexington_NCAnn | Reviewed this property |
We usually go Hwy 220 Rockingham County, but you still have to go thru a few small towns to get to 501. I used On star on last few trips and still had to go thru small towns and back roads, so I don't know of an easier way... More
We usually go Hwy 220 Rockingham County, but you still have to go thru a few small towns to get to 501. I used On star on last few trips and still had to go thru small towns and back roads, so I don't know of an easier way. I understand how you feel. Safe travels to you.
Response from FourLugHero | Reviewed this property |
I would definitely agree with I-40 to 1-26/Spartanburg through Columbia. If you want something more "low country", traveling through Conway can also be an option. It's not a "fun" route, but it is certainly not boring!