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San Diego's Paradise Point Adding Meeting Space


This October, Paradise Point, A Destination Hotel on San Diego’s Mission Bay will debut a new 15,000-sq.-ft. meeting and events space on its private island resort.
The Sunset Pavilion, a modern space that will accommodate all types of functions, from corporate meetings to large-scale galas and weddings, will bring Paradise Point’s total meeting space to over 80,000 square feet. The addition makes the property the biggest conference hotel in Mission Bay and the sixth largest conference center in San Diego.

Located next to the resort’s bayfront conference center and adjacent to the Sunset Terrace, the new Pavilion can be used whole or divided into two rooms. The space will be able to accommodate groups of more than 1,000 guests.

Its design features include:

    • 120 feet of glass walls and doors showcasing views of Mission Bay
    • custom handmade chandeliers for ambient lighting
    • premium event carpeting; ceilings that rise from 13-28 feet
    • 4,000 square feet of outdoor pre-function space on the adjacent terrace
    • In addition to premium design, the new San Diego conference center space will features extensive technological and electrical capabilities, including full rigging capabilities for A/V, wireless capability for up to 2,000 devices and full LED control panels for lighting, heating and air conditioning in both sections.

Paradise Point is a 462-room bungalow-style resort. Established in 1962 by Hollywood director Jack Skirball, the 44-acre island getaway has more than one-mile of beach encircling the resort, five swimming pools, lagoons, and lush tropical gardens. Its amenities include a island-themed spa, 18-hole putting golf course, beach bonfire pits, and five dining venues including two waterfront restaurants.