Sep 19 - Sep 20
Beautiful location. We loved the beachside bar, villas overlooking the ocean, the incredibly comfortable outdoor sofas and all the activities. The trip to snorkel with Manta Rays was incredible, kayaking and the village visit were nice as well. The food was good, though service was often slow for ...
Sep 23 - Sep 24
This resort is excellent! Rooms are extremely clean. Food is phenomenal. Sunset views are the best.
Oct 12 - Oct 13
The resort and amenities were good, but what really helped make this an amazing vacation was the staff. Everyone was friendly and would make every effort to ensure everyone was happy. They really treated us like family.
Oct 15 - Oct 16
Well, given the great looking pictures and the raving reviews, we decided to take a leap of faith and book a milestone vacation at Paradise Cove. There wasn't much else available in the South Pacific at the time, so it seemed a little too easy for comfort. So, a few months later we embarked on our ...
Sep 18 - Sep 19
We stayed in a Jungle bure which was nice because you have an in suite bathroom. The snorkeling is the best we have ever done, just steps form our room.Lots of good food, great staff and fun sunsets.
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