We've stayed at Paradise Point for 2 years in a row and it does not disappoint. From the time you drive down the entrance road, you feel transported to the tropics. The grounds are well kept and beautiful, employees friendly, restaurants and food are great, and the conference…
The location, grounds, pools, bon fire pits, and beach sold me me. The staff was so so. My biggest complaint the beds/pillows were extremely uncomfortable for being a resort. The pros outweigh the cons and I would definitely stay in a beach bungalow again
It is a very pretty property but everything is rather far apart. The drinks by the pool were awful and expensive and the food was bland and boring. The people working there were all very helpful and kind.
This is a Beautiful resort with friendly staff. We enjoyed eating at Barefoot Grill and Tidal on several occasions - they were both wonderful. Great menu items, very local and authentic. Thank you for a great stay!
This hotel has everything. You can spend a day on the beach, go to the pool, ride scooters, ride bikes and spa My son and I loved it. We stayed by the pool in the 500 block. It's a great location. The 700 block is sort of far so if you have small kids stay in the lower number…
"The best rooms are the ones with water front with direct access to the beach."
"Room on the beach is really nice but I like the room facing the lagoon."
"Choose a room in another hotel. But seriously... don't pay for the beach-front rooms. The beach-front looks terrible."
"Choose a Lanai garden guest room"
"Tip added onto restaurant bill ended up at 21%"
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