Vacation Alert: Pack your bags and don’t forget your bathing suit and tanning lotion. With spring season on the horizon, the newly reinvented Paradise Point Resort and Spa should be on your radar as a go-to tropical getaway in San Diego.
Following its recent $20 million renovation, Paradise Point is the answer for locals looking for a secluded staycation escape or tourists seeking the hottest new resort in town. And once you hear about the “Paradise Found” spring and summer special, we dare you to try and resist the San Diego vacation temptation.
Located on stunning Mission Bay, Paradise Point Resort and Spa boasts a sultry island ambiance unlike any other San Diego hotel.
The 44-acre property is known for indoor and outdoor dining options, a serene Asian-inspired spa, five swimming pools, one mile of sandy beach, a private marina, a freshwater lake and an 18-hole putting golf course. The 2010 renovation now re-introduces 462 bungalow-style guestrooms and expansive bay front meeting facilities. Resort guestrooms exude a sense of tranquility with soothing South Pacific-inspired turquoise, coral, and celery hues combined with Asian java and black porcelain tiled floors and such exotic décor accents as leopard-patterned rugs and geometric and bamboo touches.
And whether you book a 450-square-foot standard guest room or the spacious 5,000-square-foot presidential suite, every room is equipped with marble or granite bathrooms, flat plasma screen TV’s, wireless internet access and private garden patios with compelling bayside views. Guests are sure to enjoy waking up to the San Diego sun light, as expansive windows bring the outdoors in, flooding each room with natural light and capturing garden, lagoon or bayside views. The new guestrooms were designed by Seattle-based Dawson Design Associates.
New to the 2010 remodel are 29 elaborate meeting and banquet rooms. Unlike standard meeting rooms tucked away in the back of hotel, Paradise Point’s event venues evoke the property’s signature exotic vibe with remarkable views, inlaid wood ceilings, slate and river stone flooring, iridescent mother of pearl and rich walnut wall paneling, abstract custom light fixtures, oversized chandeliers, rattan and bamboo accents and modern sculptures. Collectively, all 29 meeting and banquet rooms give your special event more than 35,000-square-feet fit for celebration.
To celebrate the unveiled $20 million renovation, Paradise Point is offering the “Paradise Found” package for $159 per night, now through Memorial Day. With guest rooms, visitors have full access to recreational activates including tennis, golf, and bike rentals. For more details and reservations, please contact Paradise Point Resort and Spa.
Insider Tip: Paradise Point Resort and Spa was originally built in 1962 by visionary Hollywood producer Jack Skirball. The property became famed for its intimate bungalows and secluded island ambiance – with tropical touches such as flaming tiki torches, sparkling water features, and tropical gardens of hibiscus, palms and bougainvillea.
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