Truly a piece of paradise nestled right in Southern California. There is fun for the whole family at Paradise Point. With fire pits, a mini golf course, a basketball and tennis court, beautiful spa, full service marina and beach access off of almost any path, there’s something for the whole family.


The resort offers 4 dining venues and waterfront restaurants. It is central to some of the main attractions San Diego has to offer including Sea World, Old Town, the Zoo, the airport, and the famous Gaslamp Quarter. There are private bungalows, and suites available to accommodate you and the people you love in this little slice of island life. 


Located in the heart of the island, stands an iconic observation tower, which was part of the resort’s original construction in the early 60’s.


BUNGALOWS: Include full living/dining room and wet bar with separate bedroom.

SUITES: Paradise Point’s Fireplace Junior Suites are perfect for a romantic trip for two, while the Presidential and Executive Suites are spacious options for large groups.

TIDAL: Uncomplicated. Laid-back. Tidal is both in food and furnishings, making it one of the most enjoyable San Diego seafood restaurants. Set in what was a private beach house in the 60s, this San Diego restaurant’s mid-century modern design draws from the era it was built by Hollywood producer Jack Skirball. 

BAREFOOT BAR AND GRILL: San Diego waterfront restaurant coveted for its panoramic views of Mission Bay. Dating back to 1962, this legendary San Diego beachfront restaurant offers a casual California dining atmosphere inspired by the local culture to create bold flavors and new-American dishes.

TROPICS CANTINA: Located at the Main Pool of our San Diego resort. 

Thousands of travelers enjoy tropical vacations without ever having to cross an ocean, all because of the curiosity of one Portuguese explorer, our far-sighted San Diego city fathers, and an imaginative Hollywood movie producer,  Jack Skirball.