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April 29, 2014

Get in a Santa Cruz State of Mind at Hotel Paradox

When you walk through the lobby of Hotel Paradox for the first time, you might wonder, “Am I seeing things?” Hotel Paradox No. You really are checking in at an 18-foot, multi-ton Eucalyptus trunk...and it’s over a century old! Hotel Paradox There really are hundreds of books wrapped in plain white paper, waiting to be discovered by curious guests. Hotel-Paradox And that squirrel scampering about? That’s just Simone reminding you to have fun and play...you are on vacation, after all. Hotel Paradox Most impressive is the panorama of redwood trees that seems to burst through the building, surrounding the popular meeting space known as the Grove Room.  The calming effect of experiencing the great outdoors indoors can’t be denied. Hotel Paradox Past the hallway, where cozy nooks with mossy green pillows lure you to relax, you’ll find Solaire Restaurant + Bar. No foraging for berries in this forest! You’ll dine under a canopy of oak trees and feast on local, organic, farm-to-table dishes with a touch of the sea (the beach is only a mile away!). Hotel Paradox Taking center stage, the generous pool deck invites you to escape and unwind in your very own private cabana. A dip in the heated pool, a soak in the Jacuzzi, and cocktails around the warmth of the fire pit are pure vacation bliss. Hotel Paradox Your guest room awaits, a plush robe ready to wrap you up, and forest fresh decor that will ease you into a Santa Cruz state of mind…mellow and laid-back. You truly have to experience Hotel Paradox for yourself and unwrap its many layers of luxury, hospitality and whimsy.



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  • Taylor F. Lockwood 3 years 199 days ago
    Please spell my name correctly

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  • admin 3 years 227 days ago
    We hope you do! And in case you didn't know, locals are welcome to use the pool on Mondays through May 19 when enjoying food or drinks from Solaire Restaurant + Bar. ~Christine

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  • Marc K 3 years 227 days ago
    Wow this place looks fantastic. Will definitely have to check it out.

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