Northwest Point Resort
At a Glance
- landscaping is lush and well maintained
- kitchens allow you to do some cooking on your own
- on a grassy beach that's more attractive to turtles than swimmers
- far from everything
Northwest Point Resort Review
Miles from anywhere, this resort should be your destination if you need complete solitude. In fact, the resort is so isolated that the paved road ends even before you reach the front gates (it continues as packed sand). The Spanish-style resort itself is quite nice, with white walls and arches, red-tile roofs, and gorgeous landscaping. Rooms are spacious, with full kitchens and large balconies that face the ocean. The colors are tropical, the wood furniture is light, and the rooms have everything you need for comfort. The quiet pool area is colorfully framed by flowers, and there's even a hot tub. A path leads through a huge gazebo and beyond to the beach. The beach here has a lot of sea grass, but the resort rakes it daily. While this is no Grace Bay, it's a long, uninterrupted stretch of sand, great for solitary walks. This is also the best area in Provo for scuba diving—Northwest Point is where all of the companies bring divers. You need a car if you stay here; the restaurant has inconsistent hours.