Paradise Cove is a beautiful place. The gardens are amazing and very well kept.
The snorkelling off Paradise Cove is incredible and right off your door step.
Paradise Cove is located at the end of the cape down a very very bumpy road. Taxi's are
a little more expensive due to this & if you plan on doing a lot of trips to and from your resort it can get irritating. No shops are within walking distance.
Paradise Cove has a little sand beach however beyond the stone wall its all coral and can be dangerous so i recomend beach shoes or only swimming during high tide.
The night life is pretty much non existant (no TV), it's extremely quiet and can get a little boring if you have teenagers.
The rooms are nothing special & can at times be a little smelly. And the beds have absolutely no bounce !!
However, if you want a holiday that involves lots of relaxing at your resort, beautiful gardens, a beach at your doorstep, no noise, then you cannot go past paradise cove.
The resort supplies you with a basket of fresh fruit including coconuts and bananas daily. They decorate the rooms with beautiful fresh flowers. The hammock is so nice to relax in and each hut has lots of privacy.
Breakfast is also an amazing experience, overlooking the ocean in the beach hut with an amazing menu.More
- Free Parking
- Breakfast included