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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsParadise Palms Panama City Beach
Dear fellow visitors and potential,
Where do we start with a hotel that caters for all of the needs along with a view that is breathtaking every sunrise and every sunset. I believe you find this in Paradise. Now the hotel itself is how should we say is basic but basic is all you need. If you plan to spend all day in the hotel room then why are you on a vacation? I personally have stayed in some very bad hotels this was above and beyond what is needed for a nice nights sleep. If you have ever been to the Greek islands you will know how tough it can get without aircon, no flushing of loo roll and a shower that is the whole bathroom without a curtain - oh and wait twice the price of a night here.
So in summary:-
- Amazing views
- Friendly staff
- A good atmosphere
- Nice rooms
But that is only the hotel you sleep there spend the day on the beach which is on your doorstep and the waves crashing at night, you really cannot go wrong. See you next year for Spring Break!
I recommend a nice ice cold beer whilst the sunsets + plus the fridge in the room keeps these cold for you all day long.
PS I read a review about Service - Yes they come early but who wants to lay in bed all day? A polite no thanks and they were on their way without any hassle. They were lovely!
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Paradise Palms Panama City Beach
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