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Paradise Point Resort & Spa
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Bellevue, NE
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Reviewed June 11, 2004

I read the reviews of Paradise Point and was not sure we should stay there, but we did. It was a great decision. We were there at the beginning of June and there were no ants and no bugs. We got to the resort at about 2pm, and we asked for a room with a view. The lady at the desk said she would try for a room overlooking the lagoon and across from the ocean, but that it would be an hour before it was clean. So, we went to lunch at the Barefoot. Yes, the service is slow there and it is pricey, but the food was excellent and fresh. We could not have asked for a better room. We had ducks every morning on our patio. The foilage was beautiful, and the island was so peaceful and quiet. We heard no one else around us. When you enter the resort, you feel like you are on a deserted island. Yes, the island is spread out, but the walk is so beautiful, you even smell the flowers. We were pleasantly surprised at how warm the main pool was. The beds were so comfortable, and the four down pillows on each bed and down comforters were so wonderful. Don't listen to other people's complaints about this resort. We didn't want to leave. This is a wonderful place and we would go back again.

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Rapid City, SD
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Reviewed June 11, 2004

Enjoyed our stay with family of four. Grounds were beautiful, quiet and gave you the feeling of seclusion and being somewhere other than in a metropolis of 2.3 million. sure beats a downtown highrise hotel. This is not an ocean beach hotel so dont expect crashing waves/ swimming/ surfing on site (those are a couple miles away) our children were older, but a large number of families with young children were guests. families with young children travelled on bicylcles as the resort is more spread out than it seems. bungalows are not large, but comfortable and clean. went spent a good portion of our time at San Diego attractions. the resort is centrally located for sightseeing and car travel is not difficult. A rental car is a must if you fly in. At the price we were paying it seemed a bit over the top for the resort to charge $16/day just to park your car in front of your bungalow; but we were charged extra for parking (in addition to admission price) at every attraction we went to, so I guess this is a California thing, midwesterners just have to get used to. overall, a very nice stay.

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Reviewed June 3, 2004

Paradise Point was indeed paradise! I had a wonderful time from the end of the conference I was attending in San Diego until I left San Diego. The room was beautiful and spacious. There were ducks strolling across our patio one morning! The staff bent over backwards to accommodate our every request. Baleen and the Barefoot Bar were great places to eat and drink. The grounds were unbelievable! I have no idea what anyone could possibly complain about here. I will return!

  • Stayed: March 2004
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Santa Barbara, CA
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Reviewed May 18, 2004

Just got back from Paradise Point. Check in time not until 4:00. Keep this in mind if you have children. Not enough staff to support the needs of a booked resort. Waited 30 minutes in line just to check in. Resort is very spread out, so if you don't have a car it can be up to a 10 minute walk to get to the main pool. Best friend had his camera stolen by security. Resort "looking into it". Wouldn't stay here again.

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Reviewed May 10, 2004

Spent four days and three pleasant nights at Paradise Point with my family of four. Made our reservations online about one month in advance and had no problem with check-in or room availability. Our check-in assistant was cheerful, attentive and sincere. The room was bright and airy, and very clean - it would have been immaculate if the carpets were cleaned. No mildew, mold, or ants in sight. We slept well as the beds were firm, yet soft, included lightweight down comforters, and the rooms very quiet.If your idea of a vacation is spending time on an island with populated with single story bungalows nestled among a spectacular garden, pools, water features, the bay and birds, this is the resort hotel for you.If you plan to spend several days sightseeing in the San Diego region - this resort's central location is ideal. Sea World is next door, and it is only a short drive to the Zoo, La Jolla, Balboa Park, Point Loma, the Gaslamp District, Old Town, and Coronado Island.Check for the "package deal" rooms. Your deal may not be the same, but for an extra $20.00/day we received free parking ($16 value) and a $35 credit towards breakfast at the Barefoot Bar & Grill. If it is a sunny morning, the view from the Grill patio is priceless. The breakfasts here are similar in quality and price to Mimi's, and the kids meals are a good deal. If you skip the $3.50 orange juice or coffee drinks - breakfast for a family of 4 (2 pre-teens) can average around $35.00 - and the view of the bay is wonderful.If you are new to the area and need some restaurant suggestions, I'd suggest checking out the San Diego Union Tribune website at http://------------------------------------------------------Other reviewers may have been "bumped" from receiving their rooms as other guests don't leave when originally planned - but this IS a resort hotel you don't want to leave.

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