Puerto Vallarta/Riviera Nayarit

Crown Paradise Club Puerto Vallarta


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Family: One child 12 and under Stays and Eats Free per paying adult (max 2 free kids) in Family Rooms.

Crown Paradise Club Puerto Vallarta is the ultimate all-inclusive family resort. This family paradise is located on one of the most beautiful golden beaches of Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, close to downtown and only two miles from the airport.

The ambiance at the Crown Paradise Club Puerto Vallarta is one of casual family fun. There are a variety of games and activities offered all day long. Learn to windsurf, take a Pilates class, play bingo, or cool off with water aerobics. Take a dip in the pool, lounge on the golden sand beach, or relax in the spa. Splash into fun at the water park, which features a pirate ship, a castle with nine water slides, and splash fountains that will guarantee hours of fun for the little ones! After a day of plenty of fun in the sun, enjoy spectacular nightly stage shows; savor your favorite cocktail in one of bars and lounges, or head to the disco to dance the night away!

Crown Paradise Club Puerto Vallarta has five restaurants for your dining pleasure. Three fine dining restaurants offer Japanese, Italian, and French gourmet cuisine; while the buffet restaurant features a more laid-back atmosphere with International cuisine. For casual dining, head to the delicious beachside snack bar or Midway Stop snack by the pool.

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HOTEL LOCATION
The Crown Paradise Puerto Vallarta is located two miles from the International Airport and five miles from downtown.
Address: ZONA HOTELERA NTE,
PUERTO VALLARTA
JAL

MX
Local Phone: 322-226-6868
Fax: 011-52-322-226-6868
HOTEL FACILITIES
Barber / Beauty Salon
Boutique Shops
Business Services
Car Rental
Disco / Nightclub
Laundry / Dry Cleaning Service
Meeting Rooms
Pools
Number of Pools: 4

Features a pool bar. All pools are heated in the winter.
Tennis
Number of Courts: 2
Outdoor Courts: 2
Water Sports on Site
Snorkeling: Complimentary
Hobie Cats: Complimentary
Paddle Boats: Complimentary
Wind Surf: Complimentary
Other Sports Available
Other Sports: Multipurpose courts are available for basketball and volleyball.
Health Club / Spa
Massage: Additional Charge
Nautilus Equipment: Complimentary
HOTEL DETAILS
Beach: Check-in: 3:00 p.m.
Check-out: 12:00 p.m.
Total Rooms: 252
Year Opened: 0 Credit Cards: Visa, Master Card, American Express
ROOM TYPES
STANDARD RUN OF HOUSE FAMILY
Family rooms were designed to accommodate the whole family, with a king-size bed and a bunk bed with three beds. Room includes a mini fridge and a child's step stool.
Other Amenities -
Air Conditioning
Shower
Coffee Maker
Hair Dryer
Iron
Radio Alarm Clock
Telephone
Television
Room Safe
SUITE OCEAN VIEW HONEYMOON
Oceanfront suites with a Jacuzzi, large balcony, and king-size bed. Includes minibar stocked with soft drinks, beer, and water, a bottle of sparkling wine, a fruit basket, and bathrobes and slippers.
Other Amenities -
Air Conditioning
Shower
Jacuzzi
Minibar
Coffee Maker
Hair Dryer
Iron
Radio Alarm Clock
Telephone
Television
Room Safe
STANDARD RUN OF HOUSE
Spacious room with balcony and garden or pool view. Two double beds.
Other Amenities -
Air Conditioning
Shower
Coffee Maker
Hair Dryer
Iron
Radio Alarm Clock
Telephone
Television
Room Safe

OTHER INFO
$5 USD surcharge for room service.
Non smoking rooms are subject to availability.
DINING
Crown Paradise Club Puerto Vallarta features 1 meal plan options:
All Meals, Drinks & Tips-Late night snack service
There are 7 Restaurants at Crown Paradise Club Puerto Vallarta:
Snack Midway- Stop - Snacks beside the central pool.
La Palapa - International buffet restaurant. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Night Snack - Light snack service.
Tutuch Snack - Snack bar in beach area.
Sans Soucis - A la carte Gourmet restaurant. Open for dinner. Reservations required. Dress Code: Casual Elegance- No shorts, sandals or tank tops.Children must be at least 8 years of age.
Fujiyama - A la carte restaurant serving Asian cuisine. Open for dinner. Reservations required. Dress Code: Casual Elegance- No shorts, sandals or tank tops.
La Piazza - A la carte restaurant serving Itian cuisine. Open for dinner. Reservations required. Dress Code: Casual Elegance- No shorts, sandals or tank tops.
ACTIVITIES & ENTERTAINMENT
Daily Activities & Entertainment:
Spinning Class, Yoga Class, Dance Class
Nightly Activities & Entertainment:
Nightly Stage Shows, Club Nitro (drinks included until 2:00 a.m.)
CHILDREN'S PROGRAMS
Baby Paradise Club. Kids Paradise Club. Jetix Club: Aquapark with pirate ship, castle and 9 slides.
Applicable Ages: 4 to 12 years old
Program Fees: Complimentary

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56 Recommend
56 past Apple Vacationers would recommend Crown Paradise Club Puerto Vallarta to their friends and family
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The kindest vacation
Andreas V,
Tue Aug 08 09:08:10 EDT 2017
Let me start by telling you what our daily schedule was like. We would get up at around 8:30 and go to the buffet for breakfast. Don't go after 9:00 or else you will have to wait in the line outside. The buffet staff are very friendly. They all are very nice and go above and beyond to try to help you. Alejandro, the manager always tried his best to satisfy your needs and was very friendly towards us. Laura, a waitress, also was very kind in always making sure we got what we wanted and never stopped serving us until we were happy. Dalia, the smoothie maker was also very generous. She and and bar next to us would make exceptional banana and mango smoothies. You have to try them. One thing I remember in particular about Dalia was that one day she didn't have enough ice at her station to meet our great quantity want. She told everyone in line to wait and went to the freezer to fetch some. I was carrying two plates at the time, so I didn't have enough space to carry the drink. She carried the drink to the table for me, even though she had to serve others in line. What a big heart she had! Pilar, the main bouncer was also very kind and gave us the table we always wanted, which was outside and near the beach. After breakfast, we would go to the beach, the infinity pool, or do one of the many nice activities that were available to us. The beach is really nice and sandy, no pebbles! You have to go early to catch a chair by the water though, or you'll be sitting in the back. The infinity pool had nice activities, such as aquaerobics, ziplining, and volleyball. The beach also had many activities that were/seemed fun. I did the banana boat and the jet ski. For lunch, we would go to the buffet again, which had a variety of foods, different foods every day. I stayed there for a week and I ate different foods every day. The foods there were very tasty. The same staff were there to serve our wants, and they all did it with a smile! After lunch, we would just chill and relax on the beach and enjoy the view, or do another fun activity. We would eventually go to our rooms and freshen up for the day. The rooms were satisfactory. We lost power about three times due to bad weather, but it was only for a few hours at most. The rooms could seem kind of small depending on the family size staying there, and the wifi reception was very vague, but it was comfortable for the most part. We did have thunderstorms every day in Puerto Vallarta, but they started around five or six and ended a few hours later. For dinner, we tried several times to get reservations at the Japanese and Italian restaurants. Getting reservations is a huge pain. You have to go to the concier at 9:00 on the morning and most times, the reservations had to wait until the next day. When we finally got a reservation to the Japanese restaurant, we went to eat there, but they didn't have our names on the sheet of paper with the reservations for some reason, so they didn't let us eat there. What really bothered me was that the tables at that restaurant were have empty, and they still didn't let us dine there. Fortunately, on our last night, the Italian restaurant reservation went through, and we got to eat there. The food was very good and the service was excellent. I would highly recommend the Italian restaurant, but get try reservations from day one of your stay because this restaurant is always very full. We went to the shows every night at Club Nitro, which is across from the lobby. The shows were amazing!!! Every night, they had a different theme and they were all great! The actors/dancers were staff from the hotel almost every night. I highly recommend the shows. One person in particular was very kind. Her name is Sabah. She works at the pool, which is probably where you can find her. She works very hard and is very friendly. We shared long conversations at the DJ booth at the infinity pool often. One day, she even took song request from me! She is a very good dancer, and I almost guarantee that you will see her at the shows performing. Our trip was very nice, mainly because of the hard working and kind staff at the hotel. Crown Paradise Club staff, keep up the great work!

Great for small kids!
Melanie H, Victoria, British Columbia
Sat Aug 05 10:09:14 EDT 2017
Our first trip to Mexico with our 10 year old son. I picked this resort because of the pirate ship and the kid's pool area seemed very fun, however it's more suited to children around 5 years old. My son said he would have preferred I picked a resort with a bigger waterslide as he found this pool area kinda boring. The room we were in overlooked the kid's pool and it was lovely. Newly renovated, the bathroom was very impressive, it was very large, clean, beds comfy. Couldn't ask for anything more with the bedroom! You get pop, water and beer every day in your mini-fridge complimentary. We didn't try any of the specialized restaurants or attend any of the shows. We mainly stayed on the beach, around the pools and ate at the main buffet restaurant which was excellent! Huge selection and every day they changed the menu with "theme days". When the buffet is closed between lunch and dinner, there is a walk-up BBQ/concession area where they have hotdogs, burgers, french fries and a fountain pop machine. Lots of areas to get cold drinks. Staff are constantly cleaning the resort. Check in and check out can take a little while as there was a line-up both times. Would highly recommend for families with kids under 8.

Solid 3 Stars (5 star service, 2 star food, 3 star room)
luv2vacation4ever, San Diego, California
Fri Jul 28 19:06:33 EDT 2017
6/2017: We used Trip Advisor for this trip, as we always do, so we had a semi idea of what to expect. We are normally American standard 4-5 Star hotel users...but decided to try this place because it was very family friendly. We were still a little surprised. Let's keep this as simple as possible: THIS IS AN AMERICAN 2 STAR HOTEL with 5 STAR SERVICE. Does that make it awful? It's really going to depend on you. I say, not necessarily, but my husband would say probably, yet, we had a great time. (We've traveled all over Mexico & the Caribbean for a couple of decades now. Been to PV 3 times. Husband speaks fluent Spanish.) FRONT DESK: as other reviews indicated it's more like a bus stop concept(?). It's right off a dirty road, very dilapidated, and somewhat hectic. Customer Service-excellent. The people at the front desk, especially GIOVANNI and BENITO were truly wonderful. They made up for the strange entry area! ROOMS: air wasn't turned on when we entered room-that was tough. Very dilapidated. Very old furniture that's falling apart, very old kitchen (didn't know we were getting a kitchen though!) We originally booked a family room because we have 3 kids (ages 3,4,5). After realizing the family rooms faced the gross street we asked for a new room. We were given a suite that faced the adult pool with an ocean view. Living room has a large couch. If people would STOP sitting on it when they are wet it wouldn't smell like mildew, but alas, this occurs everywhere in MX & the Caribbean. Bathroom: NO TUB, only shower. People with kids under 3 would struggle (we did this in Cabo once and it was tough). Bedroom: king bed, old window, no screens, hard mattress (get extra pillows). Balcony: good size. Fridge: ours wasn't stocked. We called and they came within the hour. However, they'd only give us 2 of each item (ONLY Heineken beer *I hate Heineken). Drink cart guy forgot us once and didn't refill once-odd. Our fan was broken and our shower needed repair for a leak on day 6, but neither were that big of a deal. Shower got fixed but they never came for the fan. Air conditioning worked fine. ** DO NOT turn that dial past the 10- it won't help and can causes thermostat issues. (For ppl who need a microwave-Baby Note: for sterilization : use the coffee maker to brew water and then place the nipples & bottles into the water; pour the hot water into the bottle after washing.) (Be aware the family rooms ALL face the dirt road.) AURORA (house keeper) is the BEST housekeeper we've ever had. She's a GEM and should be compensated! Our kids loved her! GROUNDS: Strange (laughing), lots of trees and grass, nice beach area, lots of available restrooms (w/c). The buildings are old and in desperate need of new windows. Seems that most rooms face pool. People can hang their towels and suits over balcony which we find low class, but with the humidity and no dryer you have no other option. The paint is in need of updating-this type of weather is constantly needing touch ups. FOOD: It's not awful in the buffet. Room service is $5 & that is definitely hit & miss. There's a decent variety in the buffet. A La Cart Restaurants only allow kids from 6:30-7:00 (laughing), no shorts and no sandals. Good luck! Ample seating in buffet. Be patient when arriving at prime times. They seat slowly, but this is normal in any MX resort. Kids have their own kid level buffet-but it's always chicken nuggets, pasta (they need to make a butter only pasta, some kids hate red sauce), jello, french fries & fruit). GUESTS: This hotel seems to be a BIG place for LOCALS to visit. Definitely not your typical Mexico tourist location. We live in a tourist destination in the US, so we rather enjoyed the local vibe. But you needs to be ready for that atmosphere or this won't be okay for you. ADULT DRINKS: adult pool has best bartender. However, if you're a big drinker, not a resort for you. Drinks are weak and choices are limited compared to other resorts-but again, when you are there as a family WHO CARES? POOLS: Kids water park is wonderful. Kids 0-10 love it. Wear water shoes so you don't slip & monitor where the walls are in relation to the slides, but the kids loved it beyond words. Big pool is quite big and lots of room for ppl. Smaller round pool is also fine. The 2 large pools and water park give ample pool options (not including the beach). DISCO/GAME ROOM: kids loved the dance room, pool table, ping pong. AIRPORT: Super convenient. 10 minute drive. We used GreyLine Tours. Very nice people. STAY away from the airport craziness when exiting the Since we are used to more upscale places this was only 3 stars for us. However, the service and kid friendly environment really made a nice experience for the kids. Stayed July 2017, traveled with family

Vacation away
jp3709, Santa Fe, New Mexico
Mon Jul 10 12:58:43 EDT 2017
Great all inclusive retreat. Not super new and shiny but clean, comfortable and great food and service. Would definitely return. Convenient to airport, short cab ride to the old down town area. Cheaper massage available in the neighborhood. Close to Walmart and supermarket if you forgot something at home. Plenty of places to lounge around and entertainment every night.

Summer Vacation
Esveibi S, Sw Grand Mound,
Thu Jul 06 09:17:21 EDT 2017
You get what you pay for. For starters the room was not ready at 3:00 and no apology was given, we were given our room keys close to 4:00pm again no apology was given, when we arrived at our room it was not the room I had paid for, they gave me a parking lot view not a garden/partial ocean view and when I told the front desk they said they were 100% booked and could accommodate me until the next day after 3PM and that I needed to have my belongings removed from the room at 12:00PM (check out time) you can use the facilities once you get there. The AC went out the last 2 days we were there. My husband found a dead gecko in the room under our bed. I loved PV but I don't see my self going back to Crown Paradise.



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