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Paradise Villas

At a Glance

    Pros

  • good value
  • friendly staff
  • frequent online-only deals in addition to good dive packages

    Cons

  • noisy some weekend nights in season
  • poky beach
  • now a (minimal) charge for bike use
  • dive shop no longer on-site (though the contracted operation runs smoothly)

Paradise Villas Review

The cozy, sunny, one-bedroom units have beachfront terraces and hammocks and are simply but immaculately appointed with rattan furnishings, marine artwork, painted driftwood, and bright abstract fabrics. Stylish contemporary touches include flat-screen TVs. If you tire of cooking for yourself in the well-equipped kitchen, fine island-style food (not to mention the island's only real bar) is steps away at the nutty, nautically themed Hungry Iguana (affectionately dubbed "The Iggy") restaurant. Conch Club Divers provides transfers and offers good service despite being off-site; room/dive packages are a sensational value.

    Hotel Details

  • 12 1-bedroom villas.
  • Rate includes no meals.
  • Closed mid-Sept.–late Oct.
Updated: 03-10-2014

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