Paradise Beach Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsParadise Beach Hotel West Bay
This hotel was definitely worth the stay. Beachfront with an amazing pool and great service. The room was small but comfortable and very clean. The reception and staff agents were so polite and punctual. Buffet breakfast was included in our stay which made it very much worth the price. For 2 queen beds, we paid $112 a night. We were also in the center of all the resorts in a great and central location in the West Bay. This hotel also provided free airport transportation which can definitely save you a few dollars. There is also a bar and restaurant outside between the pool and beach. The food here was more unique to the island's food. In addition, they had SUPERB security here at the hotel which totally made us girls feel safe. We needed that being that we were 3 females traveling alone. The security guards were always cautious of our things and always wanted to help us out when we wanted to find activities to engage in.
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I hope this entry hasn't bored you – I know it is a bit long.
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