From the outside, the first thing you'll see on arrival at the Paradise Island Harbour Resort is its large 1970's tower block, which seems to have changed little, if at all, since it was built. The vast lobby also includes a large lounge area complete with wicker furniture, though the colours used are somewhat ill-assorted, with a mixture of floral designs and shades of plain orange. On top of this, the room is rather dark, despite the picture windows around it. Outside, the rounded swimming pool offers lovely views... of the harbour, which is not the most inviting backdrop for taking a dip, not to mention the noise that obviously comes with it! Plastic deckchairs are provided around the pool, but the straw parasols are in short supply. The children's club is worth a special mention, mainly because we wouldn't wish it even on the children of our worst enemies! Apart from not being a very nice place to start with, the ceiling has suffered water damage. However, repairs don't seem to be top of the priority list, and even the constant smell of bleach does not manage to convince you that it's clean!