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Paradise Valley Resort
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Reviewed 14 November 2017

We are from Ohio and came to visit our friends in Atlanta. They suggested we check out the resort during Memorial Day weekend. What a blast! The place was naked and packed. We ended up seeing people that we met at Hedo and previous cruises as well. It was awesome to see old friends and meet new ones!

The resort offered a decent breakfast in the morning as well as lunch and dinner. They were also bringing in food from local restaurants as well. At one point, I saw them bring in Chick-fil-a and then they ordered pizzas later on. Everybody was so nice and friendly and the atmosphere was very lively.

After we enjoyed the pool and the sun all day, we got ready for dinner and then went out to their club afterward. The club was nice and had great dance music.

We would've liked to stat at the resort but it was booked so we had to stay at a hotel nearby. The resort was clean and everything seemed to be well kept.

I would highly recommend visiting Paradise Valley Resort! Good times, nice people and resort. Have fun!

Stayed: May 2017
Thank gr8teful2travel
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Reviewed 3 October 2017 via mobile

What a hidden paradise. The people are great. The food is outstanding the pools and hot tube are in fine working order. We are currently not members but have been there two times. If you like to be in the great outdoors and be nude this place is for you. Thank to you all at paradise valley resort you are awsome. We will be back.

Stayed: October 2017, travelled as a couple
2  Thank maorlick
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Reviewed 20 September 2017 via mobile

I was solidly impressed with Paradise Valley Resort. We visited as day/eve-guests this month, as unfortunately all of the resorts rooms were booked for the weekend. That's a great problem for a resort to have, I'm sure. We did lodge at a nearby hotel, but would have far preferred to dwell on site.
That was the only downside, as we found Paradise Valley to exceed our expectations on all other levels.
I was the sole person in my group of four experienced w/ nude recreation & have attended many clubs and resorts as well as cruises. My compatriots were all newbies, but were all put at ease instantly by the friendliness of staff and other Club members and guests.
Well-equipped, the resort offers multiple conversation pools, a regular pool, an outdoor hot tub, an indoor hot tub and a volleyball pool. There was always a bar open & every bartender was personable & helpful, to a fault. We were rather amazed with the quantity & quality of complementary food available (after 4PM), too. Especially at dinner time in the clubhouse, which felt like a big, friendly, potluck!
After-dinner, we enjoyed dancing as the clubhouse turned into a nightclub & more socializing around the hot tub. Terrific fun experience, all-around!
The only thing I would do differently would be to reserve EARLY next-time to grab a spot on-site. Otherwise, LOVED IT & would DEFINITELY return! Sun, fun & perfect weather in September.

Stayed: September 2017, travelled with friends
3  Thank Madelyn G
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Reviewed 10 April 2017

We have waited to write a detailed review about Paradise Valley until we had made several visits so we could provide a full honest review that was not filled with “first visit marvel.” So, now after multiple visits we feel we cannot wait any longer to tell others about this tremendous place.

Our first visit was on a cold weekend back in February. We had called in advance and made reservations to spend a night in one of the Studio Condo units. Everyone who visits for the first visit has their day fee waived so our only cost was our lodging. At the time, we planned this to be a onetime trip due to the distance from our home. We are a four-hour just over 230-mile drive one way. We never anticipated anyplace could impress us enough to make the drive every weekend regularly.

Upon our arrival, we checked in at the office and were provided a gate code to give us access for the duration of our stay. Yes, they have a gate at the entrance of the resort and nobody can enter without first registering and receiving either a code or as a member having a key card. It was obvious from the start that they take the safety of their members and guests very seriously. We went to our room located in the condo units and were amazed at the quality of the room and the amenities provided for the cost. We would love to post pictures of what we found, but one of the rules is “no picture taking” and we don’t want to violate that and did not take any images. As a side note, if you visit and want a picture the club staff is more than happy to do that for you with their club camera. The room and all the rooms we have stayed in since our first visit are exceptionally clean, very comfortable and beat any hotel we have visited in all the areas that hotels are rated. We had a full bathroom, kitchenette area, satellite TV, dressers and even our own private balcony overlooking the pool and club area.

We drove down to the main recreation area where the pools, hot tubs, restaurants, clubs and bars are located. It is an easy walk but it was a cold day so we drove. They have a large parking area that is paved and all the paths are paved or concrete. We wandered inside the “Outback Bar” and were immediately greeted by some of the members who have homes and live on site. The Outback is a sports bar setting with TV’s and we were there for the afternoon social that happens every Friday and Saturday. They had a buffet of all types of food and there is a full bar with liquor, beer and wines. What really impressed us at this point was there were probably 75 people gathered around and everyone was very friendly and all of them loved Paradise Valley. Many had been members since before the new owner took over eight years ago and they all had nothing but praise for all that was offered and available. We ordered a drink and I paid cash since we have had negative experiences with final bills at other locations. The drink prices are extremely reasonable and they offer a vast selection from premium to house brands. One of the members suggested we use their drink token system if we had concerns over costs and it is a great option for anyone else who is cautious in this regard. I also need to point out that we have subsequently opened tabs at several of the venues within Paradise Valley and never had any issue with unrecognized charges.

We walked around before the dinner that afternoon and explored the area. Multiple crystal clear pools, hot tubs and a host of lounge chairs abound in the recreation area. There is also an outdoor Tiki Bar for drinks when outside. We ended up using one of the outdoor hot tubs and knew we had found someplace special. That night we went to the dinner and could not believe the selection and abundance of food provided all at no additional cost from your day fee or annual membership. If the food was not enough there are also displays of an assortment of chips and treats located all around that are free for the taking and included with your day fee or membership. If you visit you will not ever be left hungry. The dinner was held in the Lodge building and after dinner there was Karaoke and later a dance party held in the Lodge with a DJ and large screen. There is also a full bar located inside the lodge so no need to venture outside or to leave. While the party is being held at the Lodge there is also a party with live music being held in the Outback Bar and starting later a party with DJ music that is held in the “Little Club” that has a dance floor and full bar. Once again, just in case you were hungry there is another huge buffet called the midnight snack and is served in the lodge.

The next morning, we got up and instead of using the in-room coffee maker we walked down to the “Coffee House” and were served from a large selection of coffees, juices and snacks by one of the most gracious hosts you will ever meet. We spent the morning in one of the hot tubs and then had another incredible lunch in the Outback before leaving to go back home. We could continue and brag about all the great people we met that drive further than we do coming from Crossville, Knoxville, Nashville and further or about all of the great people you will meet or the fun you will have but at the end of the day the bottom line is we receive an unbelievable value for the money we spend. You will never find a place where you will be treated better. If you have never visited we highly recommend taking advantage of the Free Day Fee offer to all first-time couples. We are now full members and part of the regulars that will be there every weekend we can. If you have thoughts of coming sign up for their email newsletter on their website that arrives each Monday and Wednesday and is full of useful information and pictures.

  • Stayed: April 2017, travelled as a couple
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5  Thank Ken D
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Reviewed 14 March 2017

We visited Paradise Valley Resort (PVR) mid-June 2016. Any expectations we had were blown away. PVR is a beautiful, spacious tree covered valley with homes, apartments, cabins, tent and RV spaces. The pool, clubhouse and bar area is second to none when it comes to niceness. There are several pools- volleyball, socializing and floating, plus two hot tubs. Each evening there was a dinner which cost a few dollars per person. Our favorite was the baked potato with all the fixings.

Everyone was extremely welcoming and friendly. We happened to be at PVR during the week (not a weekend) so that might account for the small crowd. There are a number of residents who were most likely working, but come dinner time the dining hall filled. The only downside was that during the evening everyone was dressed.

There is a fully stocked bar near the pool. PVR has drink tokens that sure make paying easy.

Our apartment was as nice as any I’ve seen. It included a full kitchen, king size bed, washer & dryer, living room, fireplace, dining room table and patio.

We’re gearing up to take a group of friends for our next visit as we want to share the wonderful time we had.

  • Stayed: June 2016, travelled with friends
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2  Thank James S
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