About The Spa at Paradise Point
As its name suggests, southern California’s Paradise Point provides guests a bit of paradise. The full-service Spa at Paradise Point sits tucked away amidst tropical foliage, with lush flower-lined pathways that guide guests to such luxuries as a treatment bungalow and a private garden courtyard with a whirlpool; there are also eight treatment rooms, two of which are appointed with ofuros, or Japanese soaking tubs. Design elements utilize materials that replicate plants originating from verdant eastern jungles, and spa therapies are created to send guests on an island journey around the world. Decadent rituals that relax body and mind include the Island Fresh Scrub, Lomi-Juma Ritual, and Coco Cream Wrap.
Located on 44 private acres in secluded Mission Bay, the 462-room Paradise Point captivates with its laidback feel and intimate, island-like setting, while being minutes from downtown.
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Surrounded by blossoming tropical flowers against the backdrop of a one-mile stretch of powdery white-sand beach, The Spa at Paradise Point has created what it calls a portal to peace. The island-style spa features design components inspired by some of the world’s most exotic isle hotspots, comprising slate tiling, mahogany wood, lofted ceilings, bamboo, stone, and hand-blown glass lighting. Unique services like the Javanese Lu'lur Ritual and Sticks & Stones Massage stem from such oases as Bali, Fiji, Hawaii, and Thailand. The Balinese massage, using palming, kneading, stretching, and pressure-point techniques with exotic aromas and oils, is the spa's signature service.
Spa-goers are invited to spend a full spa day-cation at the 7,050-square-foot facility, utilizing the eucalyptus steam room, dry sauna, fitness center and whirlpool; they also have access to the resort’s five pools and 44 acres of gardens, lagoons, and beaches.
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Location & Hours
The Spa at Paradise Point1404 Vacation Road
San Diego, CA 92109
- The San Diego International Airport is a 10-minute drive from Paradise Point.
- Guests can arrange airport transfers via Paradise Point’s Instant Service department.
- Minimum spa age: 16.
- Dogs under 15 pounds are welcome. A one-time $250 fee applies, which includes a $150 damage deposit that will be refunded upon departure, pending inspection of the guest room.
- The resort boasts more than 65,000 square feet of flexible indoor/outdoor meeting space that accommodates groups of up to 1,000. Various wedding venues include a waterfront ballroom and a teak deck overlooking Mission Bay.
- San Diego’s ample attractions—SeaWorld, Mission Beach, Old Town, and San Diego Zoo, among them—are all within a short drive of Paradise Point. Those traveling with children can make the most of the Paradise Surf Academy or the Island Adventure Club Kids' Camp.
- The region enjoys a sunny, mild climate year round, with average pleasant temperatures of 75° F.
Facilities & Amenities
In addition to its extensive island-inspired menu, the San Diego-based Spa at Paradise Point features a trendy 900-square-foot salon for hair and nail treatments such as the Paradise Hot Stone Manicure & Pedicure; before or after services, guests can unwind on the garden patio. Next to the spa is a 600-square-foot fitness center, which offers seasonal classes like yoga and SUP yoga, fitness walks, and boot camp. Exercise fans also have the option to play tennis (there are five lighted courts), basketball, or bocce and volleyball on the white sandy beach, which envelops the 44-acre resort. An 18-hole putting course entices golfers, and a private, full-service marina showcases activities such as sailing, kayaking, wakeboarding, and water and jet skiing. In addition, guests can unwind with dips in the five on-site swimming pools; bike rides along the bay, or simply soaking in the sea breezes are also refreshing, relaxing pastimes.
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Rooms & Dining
Guests can rest their heads in Four-Diamond, bungalow-designed accommodations, a majority of which provide garden or Mission Bay views. Sleekly designed, Balinese-inspired guest rooms and suites are bedecked in contemporary teak furniture, eye-catching artwork, leopard-patterned rugs, and black porcelain tile flooring; each has a private patio furnished with Adirondack chairs. Categories vary from standard (450 square feet), lanai (460 square feet), junior suite (550 square feet), bungalow (650 square feet) and luxury suites (1,600-3,250 square feet).
The resort’s four restaurants will leave guests feeling indulged even beyond the tranquil spa and comfortable guest rooms. Diners will savor coastal California dishes imbued in local flavors like creole spiced shrimp, white sea bass, and BBQ big-eye tuna, at the waterfront Baleen, or enjoy small plates and cocktails at the contemporary Bayside Lounge. The beach-y Barefoot Bar & Grill and the poolside Tropics Bar & Grill serve American cuisine. For a quick bite in the morning, Paradise Coffee Bar is a good choice.