The landmark, 56-year-old Paradise Point Resort & Spa on Mission Bay is planning a $24 million renovation that will be completed in 2019.
The resort’s 462 California bungalow-style guestrooms will get new tile floors and quartz surfaces, updated bathrooms with walk-in showers, new coastal decor furnishings and the latest technology from USB ports to 60-inch high-definition televisions.
“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 mid-century modern exterior will also get a refresher.
What won’t change are Paradise Point’s 14 beach fire pits and its activities including sailing lessons, a marina, paddle boarding, mini-golf and the Paradise Surf Academy.
The resort, developed by Hollywood producer Jack Skirball for film industry executives and their familes, opened in 1962.
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