Me and my family stayed at Paradise Villas the first week of June. We thought it was wonderful. It had a night security gaurd on the premises, which made me feel good. It was far enough from the night life to be quiet in the evenings. The kitchens are fully equipped. Even had blenders for those tropical fruit drinks. There is a small grocery store a stones throw from the complex. We were very pleased with the service. They even brought us a BBQ grill for our patio when we requested it. (To grill all the wonderful fish we caught) If you tell them in advance, they will even have the fridge loaded with Bilikin beer and soft drinks for your arrival. Hustler tours for fishing, sailing etc. is located on the beach, just outside the gate. (Very convenient) The pool was very nice as well. Not much of a beach, but then again, none of the resorts have a beach like you see in the magazines. It's more rustic, and the water has a bit of sea grass. Paradise Villas does have it's own dock though, and you can swim off the dock. They even sunk a few artificial reefs off the dock for you to explore. Any tours you book will pick you up right at the dock. We thought it was marvelous. The rates were great. Air conditioning worked great. Even had cable TV, but that didn't interest us much.
[This message has been edited by Debbie (edited 07-19-2000).]