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 San Diego Paradise Point Resort Completes First Phase of Room Renovations
San Diego, CA – April 21, 1999 - San Diego Paradise Point Resort has unveiled 180 newly remodeled guestrooms, which completes the first phase of a multi-million dollar property-wide renovation. 
The exciting new rooms reflect the transformation from an upscale contemporary resort guestroom to a unique and lavish California style beach home.  The new rooms showcase the bold, charming, casual elegance of the new interior design in store for all the guestrooms at Paradise Point Resort. The rooms’ cheerful color schemes, comfortable furniture and imported marble in the bathrooms reflect the charm and character of what is to come throughout the property-wide transformation.  Exterior landscaping surrounding the newly remodeled guestrooms is also taking place to enhance the lush tropical ambiance of the private single-level bungalows. 

The second phase of room renovations will commence following the busy summer season after Labor Day Weekend.  All 462 guestrooms will be fully remodeled with the completion of the second phase of renovations, expected to occur by early 2000.  Future phases of the renovation will include the resort lobby, entrance, restaurants, pool, meeting space and the addition of a world-class spa.

San Diego Paradise Point Resort, formerly the San Diego Princess Resort, is now managed 
by Noble House Hotels & Resorts, which features a collection of 11 distinct properties across the United States.  The resort is owned by La Salle Hotel Properties of Washington, D.C. and is a leading multi-tenant, multi-operator real estate investment trust which owns 11 upscale and luxury full-service hotels, totaling 3,841 guestrooms in eight states. 

Paradise Point Resort is a 44-acre tropical island conveniently located in the heart of San 
Diego, just across the street from SeaWorld Adventure Park at 1404 West Vacation Road, San Diego,  CA 92109.

Elizabeth Hamm
Director of Communications
(619) 274-4630
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