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1. Island and resort are full of rats! Try sitting out by the beach at night across from the resort entrance to watch the Sea World fireworks. Those small dark objects moving continuously across the sand by the dozens are not squirrels! We found a...More
This resort couldnt have been more perfect. 5 stars all the way! The bungalow was right on the beach. It was modern with all the amenities you need for an amazing stay. When we were not enjoying all the activities at the resort, the location...More
4 Thank naplessantimar
Response from ParadisePointGM, General Manager at Paradise Point Resort & SpaResponded 30 May 2017
naplessantimar, thank you for sharing your excellent experience! We're delighted that you had a perfect stay and loved our unique bungalows and prime location near San Diego attractions. We look forward to welcoming you back to Paradise Point again soon.
I had read some bad reviews for paradise point and hoped they were the exception. We booked a bay view bungalow for 7 days . These rooms back onto the public beach right by the car park. They look out onto a small bay &...More
We arrived at 2:20 on a Friday knowing check in was 4:00. We were told they would put our room on high priority. So far so good. Room not ready until 5:30. This was for our Anniversary and we had to cancel our dinner reservation,...More
We had a really nice trip. There was trouble with the bridge, so parking was tricky. The beds were old and uncomfortable. But you can't beat the location. Close to Mission Beach, Old Town and lots to do on site. On my wish list was...More
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US$196 - US$526 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Star rating provided by Expedia.
#20 On the Beach Hotel in San Diego
#25 Spa Hotel in San Diego
#32 Green Hotel in San Diego
#43 Luxury Hotel in San Diego
#49 Business Hotel in San Diego
#56 Family Hotel in San Diego
#60 Romantic Hotel in San Diego
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I think everyone has different opinions on what they consider a "well-groomed" resort, etc. We were just there for four nights. I was afraid of the negative reviews so at check-in I asked if we were in a renovated room or... More
I think everyone has different opinions on what they consider a "well-groomed" resort, etc. We were just there for four nights. I was afraid of the negative reviews so at check-in I asked if we were in a renovated room or not and they said we weren't. I asked that we be given a remodeled room and they granted that request so I would ask for the same. The remodeled rooms were VERY nice. I found the pools to be fine but I was at the adult pool- nice and quiet. The beach area in the bay is average but you aren't far from going to the beach on the ocean which is much better. They have activities there like basketball, tennis, etc. They looked fine. Expect to pay a lot of money to rent anything ( boats, bikes, jet-ski, etc). If you get the remodeled rooms then I think you will have a good stay. Parking is expensive if you are doing that and too and they add an expensive resort fee...personally If I go back I will stay elsewhere but I'm not going to tell you what to do as we still had a good time, just pricey.