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Paradise Point Resort & Spa

The floor obviously hadn't been swept or mopped in a long time.

At a Glance

    Pros

  • water views
  • pools
  • good service

    Cons

  • not centrally located
  • summer minimum stays
  • motel-thin walls
  • parking and resort fees

Fodorite Reviews

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Paradise Point Resort & Spa Review

The beautiful landscape of this 44-acre resort on Vacation Isle has been the setting for a number of movies. The botanical gardens have ponds, waterfalls, footbridges, waterfowl, and more than 600 varieties of tropical plants—a pleasant backdrop for the Balinese spa. Many opportunities for recreation are available—there are five pools—and there's access to a marina. In 2010 a $20 million renovation outfitted the guest rooms with handcrafted Batik-style bed throws, black bamboo porcelain tile floors, flat-screen plasma TVs, and iPod docking stations.

    Hotel Details

  • 462 cottages
  • Rate includes no meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 05-16-2014

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    Not worth the price!

    For $300+ a night we were expecting much more (like the photos on the website). When we FINALLY found our room, there was only 1 bed for a party of 4. The front desk wasn't much help and kept insisting WE had requested that type of bedding arrangement. The bungalows were old, bathroom had holes along the baseboards, etc. Our family was disappointed...BIG TIME! Needless to say, we checked out 2 days early and found a moderate hotel across the street from a beach with 2 double beds and accomodating staff members for 1/2 the price.

    by alohakeahi, 8/15/07

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