|"Great staff and amazing sunsets."||(in 62 reviews)|
|"Good food at Tidal."||(in 25 reviews)|
|"The main pool staff was outstanding!"||(in 38 reviews)|
|"Room smelled like mildew."||(in 72 reviews)|
|"No garden view at all."||(in 7 reviews)|
|"And there was no room cleaning."||(in 6 reviews)|
The food offered at the Barefoot Bar & Grill was well prepared, tasty, ample portions and a good value for the price.
There could have been more restaurants open.
It was a big resort, plenty of room to distance, lovely clean facilities
They aren’t cleaning rooms, so you run out of towels, cups, coffee... everything. They also are not wiping down lawn chairs and the tables next to the lawn chairs frequently enough, if at all. I never saw anyone wipe one down... which is normally ok, but with covid should absolutely not be the case.
A good place to get away in the middle of a city. Very relaxing and a good escape.
more complete sidewalks would be nice.
We arrived at the room and the towels were dirty- used.
Decent - bad parking fee
really terrible hidden $37 parking fee and the resort upkeep not great. also bring a trash can because there is not a single one on the property.
We loved the golf course and beach access so near. Felt like we were in Hawaii, beautiful grounds Fun bar and live band
A few more activities would be nice, perhaps led by the hotel and options for things to do with family. Room exteriors need to be updated. Finish construction asap. Update pool areas to include a "babies" water fun area A facelift of the buildings and some paint is key.
Wish we could stay longer
Only regret is that we did not have enough time there. Loved our room and lagoon. Felt lush and tropical!
The staff was very friendly and accommodating in every way. The grounds were really nice and relaxing.
You do get hit with an excessive parking fee, which I find weird since the hotel owns the whole area. The rooms could use a little bit more TLC (better cleaning, spiderwebs, and bugs in room). Our outside chairs were beyond filthy, sitting in them would have left our clothes stained in dirt/filth. Beds were okay comfort wise. Any issues brought up to the staff was quickly and generously remedied.
Overly priced for what you get
The location was good and the grounds were nice.
The bed was very uncomfortable. Nothing great about the room that made it any better than a Motel 6. The price was steep for what we got. The one night we went to the hot tub it had way too much chlorine in it. When we kicked the jets on it was burning our eyes. Both the AC and the fridge were extremely loud. I had to leave the AC off and unplug the fridge to fall asleep. A lot of extra fees even after booking a total cost package. Those fees were over $100 in"resort fees" and then parking fees on top if that. All in all, I would rather have stayed elsewhere considering what we did on the trip.
It was an awesome much needed getaway for both my husband and I. Such a peaceful serene setting nestled in Mission Bay. It was perfect. Rooms were always nice and clean, the property itself is kept I pristine condition despite the wildlife, aka birds. Would recommend it to anyone whether young or old single or with a family this place is AWESOME!
Beach view pretty
Beds were hard as a rock, woke up with kinks in neck and shoulder. Tossed and turned all night every night. Pillows not very plush / soft. Mattress very uncomfortable. Lots of flies and bugs in room. Overall room leaves A LOT to be desired. If I was rating just room i would give it one star. Didn't feel like a 4 star resort.
Beautiful location on Mission bay house keeping no
I can bring my Hobiecat right on the beach in front of my room. Bon fires on the beach at night.
House keeping didn't show up on the second day. No coffee no shampoo The hotel is on the beach so you go thru a lot of towels.
The landscaped grounds, and setting along the beach were amazing. The restaurant Barefoot Bar and Grill had very good food, reasonable prices and very good service. The decor inside the rooms is very nice. The pools/spas are very nice also.
The walls of the rooms are thin and we could hear heating/plumbing/TV of our next door neighbour. The cost of internet is $10-20 per day and parking is $25per day which seems way too high. Transportation from the area can be expensive if using a cab $24 per way to the Zoo, or time consuming if using the bus (1 hr to the zoo). The main pool was quite cold, and it costs $13 to use the weightroom. The croquet wasn't available when we were there.
The staff was solicitous and unobtrusive. The grounds were lovely and well kept. I enjoyed shopping the gift shop which had an excellent variety and reasonable prices
The beds were comfortable,staff were cheerful and obliging & services convenient for the intensive nature of the Klemmer seminar
Family oriented, good access to local tourist sites, majority of rooms had nice views and patio areas
Some rooms had disappointing views (i.e lagoons/swamps) other than beach or grass
This place has a beautiful location and grounds.
Everything was extremely expensive!!! The rooms are not worth the price!!! Probably will not return there because of the outrageous prices.. We gave the guy who brought us and our luggage to the room $5 and he looked at us like we killed his cat!!
food. my son got food poisoning at the Baleen restaurant
Magnificent grounds, excellent staff, privacy, close to all sites etc. Offered 5 pools, beach and everything one could ask for if you are looking for a restful resort.
The Barefoot Cafe was very poor quality. The food was no better than a Denny's but the prices were high.
It felt like we had our very own little condo. Very private and clean
Could have used curtains for the upper windows in the room. At night the lights from the pool were sometimes bothersome.
I liked the view from the room (beach), the swimming pools, the resort is quite big, beautiful plants around
The furniture and design of the room is a bit old, could be better.
Comfort and beuitiful place
Room prices were expencive
Paradise Point Resort & Spa is an island to itself right on Mission Bay. It is dedicated to providing guests with ample dining options, recreational activities, and a relaxing stay in the heart of San Diego. It features 462 beautifully decorated family bungalow-style guestrooms with full living rooms and separate bedrooms that are surrounded by tropical gardens or the waters of Mission Bay, as well as 72 hotel suites such as The Executive with accommodations for groups and The Bayside Fireplace that's designed for couples and features a private balcony.
Visitors may indulge in recreational activities like tennis, surfing, basketball, ping-pong, and croquet. For a night out in town, this resort also offers trolley tours to Old Town, as well as The Hopper double-decker bus for city tours. Other outdoor amenities include the Island Adventure Club, dine-in movies, and beach bonfires.
Guests can also unwind at Paradise Point's spa. Equipped with luxury treatment rooms and sea breezes, this spa offers a menu full of pampering services. Visitors may choose from body treatments, facials, massages, facial enhancements, and nail services. Brides and bridesmaids may also get their hair and makeup done here with exclusive bridal beauty packages. Other beauty packages at this spa include a whirlpool soak, body scrub, Swedish massage, and a pedicure.
At Paradise Point Resort & Spa, Guests can also feast at restaurants like Tidal, Tropics Cantina, Barefoot Bar and Grill, and Caveman Pizza Company. From fine dining, to quick and casual, the hotel has a variety of culinary choices to choose from. An in-room delivery service is also available, allowing guests to order everything from breakfast to late-night meals without ever leaving the hotel room.
This luxurious island resort takes it up a notch with premium services, recreational amenities, and delicious culinary treats. Guests can experience all of what San Diego has to offer at the one-of-a-kind Paradise Point Resort & Spa.
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All existing Paradise Point Resort & Spa reservations made before 1 April 2020 that are for arrivals through 30 June 2020 can be changed or cancelled at no charge up to 24 hours before your scheduled arrival. This includes Advance Purchase Rate reservations. Any Paradise Point Resort & Spa reservation you make between 2 April 2020 and 30 June 2020 – for any future arrival date – can be changed or cancelled at no charge up to 24 hours before your scheduled arrival. This includes Advance Purchase Rate reservations. For more information, visit the Hyatt Response to COVID-19 page.
Stay in a Bayside Junior Suite and enjoy a private patio that leads out to lush gardens and direct water access. Featuring a plush sleeper sofa and dining area that looks out across Mission Bay, you’ll have the perfect spot to sprawl out and unwind. With an extra-large king size bed and queen sized sofa, there’s ample room for 4 people to stay. Available for approximately $379 per night, you’ll feel like a star with a personal wet bar and hot tub.
Stop into the Caveman Pizza Company for a memorable meal and interactive dining experience. The restaurant resides in an old bunked that was designed for the Cold War, creating a warm and charismatic atmosphere. Choose your own toppings and dough for your pizza, then watch as it is cooked fresh in front of your eyes. Open until 10:00 pm every night of the week, you can even grab takeaway and head back to eat in your room.
No matter the scope and details of your gathering, the hotel has the event spaces and equipment to cater to your needs. With smaller function rooms for business meetings and larger ballrooms for conferences or galas, there is no event Paradise Point can’t host. Catering services and state-of-the-art audiovisual equipment deliver a professional environment, while sustainable initiatives such as waste recycling and water conservation ensure a positive impact on the environment.
Ordering an Uber is a simple and quick transport option, with the trip taking roughly 25m and costing approximately $18. If you land in Terminal 1 of the airport, the pickup area is the closest transportation island. In order to meet your driver at Terminal 2, head across to the second transportation island (Lane 2).
The hotel makes sure that your faithful companion enjoys their time away from home just as much as you do, with water and food bowls as well as treats supplied upon check in. There is 44 acres of property to explore, meaning your energetic pet will have all the space they need to stretch their legs and wonder. A maximum of one pet per room can be brought along, with a fee of approximately $150 added to the cost of your reservation.
The concierge service team is able to organize transportation to and from the resort, including to popular attractions such as Petco Park, Belmont Park, Torrey Pines Natural Reserve, Mission Bay Aquatic Center and Coronado Brewing Company. There are also quadracycles that can be rented, with plenty of beaches and swimming spots nearby. If you are renting a car during your stay, you can grab a reserved park at the hotel for approximately $38 per night. (Prices checked 17/05/19).
Paradise Point Resort & Spa is located at 1404 Vacation Road in Mission Bay, 10.1 km from the centre of San Diego. Mission Beach is the closest landmark to Paradise Point Resort & Spa.
Check-in time is 4:00 PM and check-out time is 11:00 AM at Paradise Point Resort & Spa.
No, Paradise Point Resort & Spa does not offer free Wi-Fi.
No, Paradise Point Resort & Spa does not offer free parking.
No, Paradise Point Resort & Spa does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Paradise Point Resort & Spa is 6.1 km from San Diego. Paradise Point Resort & Spa is 36 km from Tijuana Rodriguez.
Yes, Paradise Point Resort & Spa has a pool on-site.
Paradise Point Resort & Spa has implemented the following measures:
Daily cleaning, increased availability of sanitation products.
Lobbies with safe social distancing.
Minimal contact with hotel personnel and other guests.