Boutique-style hotel, nestled between the beaches and forests of Santa Cruz
Stylish rooms with designer touches
Superb poolside area with a gym, Jacuzzis and bar
Beaches and downtown shopping nearby
Hotel Paradox Hotel , Santa Cruz
Setting the scene
Enjoy a laid-back stay at the trendy Hotel Paradox. Featuring an urban forest design and designer touches throughout the bedrooms, it may just be one of the most stylish hotels you’ll stay at. You’ll find everything you need here for a fantastic break away – from spacious rooms, kitted out with all the best amenities, an on-site gym and the popular Solaire Restaurant & Bar. There’s also a stunning outdoor pool area featuring an outdoor bar, large swimming pool, loungers and a Jacuzzi. So why not grab a cocktail from the bar and sit back and relax here in a private Cabana, as you soak up the California sun.
With the redwood forests and coastal areas of Santa Cruz surrounding The Hotel Paradox, you’ll get to experience the best of both worlds. Downtown Santa Cruz restaurants and shopping can be found a few blocks away from the hotel, and the charming Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk is just a short walk away.
Range of rooms and suites available
Deluxe in-room amenities
Solaire Restaurant & Bar
Outdoor pool and pool deck
Valet parking available
Accessible accommodations available
Nearby Things To Do
The Hotel Paradox benefits from being just walking distance to the much-lived Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk, where you’ll find quirky shops, eateries and fabulously fun fairground rides. There is also lots more shopping to be done at Capital Village, which is just is 5.5 miles away, and Pacific Avenue, which features some of the area’s best boutique shops and stores. If you fancy something a little more cultural, Santa Cruz has some great museums. The Santa Cruz Museum of Art and History and Santa Cruz Surfing Museum are perhaps two of the most popular, and both within walking distance of the hotel. A little further afield you’ll also find the charming Monterey Bay and its National Marine Sanctuary – which is well worth a day trip too.