SAN DIEGO, Calif. (April 10, 2018) – Spring is ushering in a new look when Paradise Point Resort & Spa, A Destination Hotel debuts its coastal cool aesthetic, marrying modern interior design with tropical island charm for which the Mission Bay resort is celebrated. The comprehensive project, which includes all 462 California bungalow-style guestrooms, is geared toward a new wave of San Diego travelers with eco-conscious, high-tech attributes and indoor-outdoor design that embraces the eternal playground spirit of Paradise Point.

Further than the highly upgraded design finishes and new stylish furnishings, bedrooms were outfitted with new deluxe mattresses and bathrooms were completely gutted and rebuilt replacing fabricated countertops with apothecary style sink consoles featuring sleek quartz surfaces, iron framing and open concept shelving. Find new oversized showers with frameless glass sliding doors and polished chrome hardware in king rooms, and queen rooms equipped with new bathtubs featuring curved shower curtains for a more spacious experience. Bungalow kitchenettes feature deep set stainless steel sinks, sleek quartz countertops and new in-room refrigerators.

Additional room design details:

  • Energy saving lighting requires guests to insert room key
  • Multiple electrical outlets for well-connected business or leisure travelers including alarm clocks with USB ports and Bluetooth capabilities, and new Sleek 4K smart 60-inch high definition televisions
  • Nautical-chic references include artwork and geometric patterned pillows and rugs
  • Bathrooms feature eco-friendly, rain style shower heads providing low flow, water efficient fixtures
  • Additionally, all guestrooms have new entrance doors, a new RFID key system and new ventilation

“It’s the same Paradise Point, but chicer, more modern and family-centric with comfortable floor plans that embrace our laid-back lifestyle,” said Lindsey Amador, director of sales & marketing. “The designers have captured a vacation vibe that is the essence of everything we do here.”

The resort’s signature restaurant is newly helmed by Chef Andrew Reyes, infusing Pacific Island flavors into Tidal’s dishes. Having earned chops at San Diego hotspots Counterpoint and True Food Kitchen, Reyes knows how to maximize the region’s produce and seafood bounty.

Meanwhile, a forthcoming refresher will encompass the hotel rooms’ exterior, much of it preserved from its 1962 debut when Hollywood producer Jack Skirball created the fantasy- island setting for families and Hollywood execs.