The Caribbean Paradise Inn has 18 honey rooms, all with balconies or terraces overlooking the lush garden grounds. Suites have full, outdoor kitchenettes. This mid-range hotel is ideal for singles or couples on a budget who want to be within walking distance to the beach, shops, bars, and restaurants. Open from November to August, the adjacent Iron Chef-owned restaurant, Cobaya, serves acclaimed Caribbean fusion and seafood dishes. Note that with slow, seasonal (and sometimes noisy) renovations in the hands of the owner, many rooms are at various levels of renovation -- some displaying contemporary decor and fixtures, and others looking dated. However, in an area filled mostly filled with expensive resorts and residence properties, the Caribbean Paradise offers great bang for your buck -- especially in the newer rooms.