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Crown Paradise Club Puerto Vallarta

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

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.

Learn more about Puerto Vallarta.
The Crown Paradise Puerto Vallarta is located two miles from the International Airport and five miles from downtown.

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

Features a pool bar. All pools are heated in the winter.
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
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
Spacious room with balcony and garden or pool view. Two double beds.
Other Amenities -
Air Conditioning
Coffee Maker
Hair Dryer
Radio Alarm Clock
Room Safe
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
Coffee Maker
Hair Dryer
Radio Alarm Clock
Room Safe
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
Coffee Maker
Hair Dryer
Radio Alarm Clock
Room Safe

Non smoking rooms are subject to availability.
$5 USD surcharge for room service.
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:
La Piazza - A la carte restaurant serving Itian cuisine. Open for dinner. Reservations required. Dress Code: Casual Elegance- No shorts, sandals or tank tops.
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.
Daily Activities & Entertainment:
Spinning Class, Yoga Class, Dance Class
Nightly Activities & Entertainment:
Nightly Stage Shows, Club Nitro (drinks included until 2:00 a.m.)
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

TripAdvisor Web Reviews
Based on 1321 reviews
What to expect

TripAdvisor Traveller Reviews
Great resort to vacation with beautiful views
brauneam, Calgary, Canada
Thu May 19 12:29:26 EDT 2016
I stay at the Crown Paradise Resort in PV in early February and had a wonderful time. The rooms were fairly simple and the main dinning hall had lots of food options. I didn't enjoy the main dinning hall food, other than breakfast, as it was lots of repetitive options and pretty bland since it's tons of mass food preparation. I ate primarily in the restaurants which were amazing! The French restaurant had the best food on the entire resort and we ended up eating there 4 out of the 7 nights we stayed. The French restaurant manager Juan Enrique was so helpful, accommodating and nice to us that he went out of his way to fulfill our requests when booking reservations at the restaurant. He spent time getting to know us and made sure we were satisfied with our meals every time we came to the restaurant. He made the French restaurant experience that much more enjoyable and made a lasting impression on visiting the Crown Paradise Resort. Sophie was another resort employee who went out of her way to help us when we needed directions or who to contact for reservations/activities. She was very nice and went above and beyond what we expected to help us have the best and most relaxing experience. Sophie truly made our trip that much more enjoyable. All the staff at the resort were very friendly and wanted to get to know you. I really enjoyed my time at the Crown Paradise Resort and would recommend anyone to stay there for a beautiful beach vacation. More>

Overall great trip
Thu May 19 09:01:07 EDT 2016
Just got back last night from our vacation at Crown Paradise Club Puerto Vallarta. We've been to Puerto Vallarta many times but since we have a 9 month old now and we were traveling with my husband's parents, we decided to check out a more family oriented resort. Overall it was a great trip. The buffet was great! There was always a variety of food that made everyone happy, from the baby to the grandparents. We actually ate at the buffet everyday and were very happy. The serving staff was wonderful, especially Victor. They were always friendly and often remembered what we drank as soon as they saw us. I thought that the beach service was especially good. Speaking of the beach, it is beautiful! Tons of seating with great shade to keep our little one cool. They rake the sand every morning. The vendors were a little pushier than at other resorts that I've stayed at, although it may have been because we spent so much time on the awesome beach. There didn't seem to be a rope barrier like the other resorts that I've stayed at. Still, they were very friendly and we got some deals that were just as good as we could get in town. A couple were so good that I'm still not sure how we got it lol. Previous reviews had commented that the infinity pool is too cold but I completely disagree with that. It could have been a bit cooler if you ask me lol. The kids pool looked amazing! We didn't use because our son is still too young, but someday he will adore it. The WiFi at the resort is great. It feels like a silly thing to include in a review, but there were a few days where Netflix on the beach saved the afternoon lol. The 24 hour room service was so nice to have, although sometimes it would take a while to get there and our son would be asleep before it got there. It wasn't their fault, food takes time to cook and we ordered too close to his bed time, but I did feel bad when we had too much food. The fajitas, cheeseburgers, and cheese cake were our go to choices! There were a couple negative things, although nothing major. The rooms were cleaned thoroughly everyday and they made our beds the way that we liked them everyday (double top sheets only, no blankets needed lol), but there were a couple things that need to be taken care of long term. There were black mildew spots on the curtains, which I totally get happens in a climate like that. There were also teeny ants that would make an appearance if you left something out. Not really a big deal to us, but I know that it would bother some people a lot. The tiles around the pools are always slippery! They do their best, but it's just the type of tile that they used when building the resort. I totally fell while carrying our baby, which wasn't a highlight of the trip lol. Baby was fine but I hurt my knee. Sober as can be and I was being careful. There was often music playing at the pool that was too loud to keep our baby there and was still loud when we were in our room. It was a minor inconvenience during nap time, but not a biggie. What really bothered me, though, was the language in the music. Fair enough there's a language barrier for a lot of people, but if my son was a little bit older than he is I'd be pretty upset about the constant F words and such some days. My biggest frustration with this resort was how difficult it was to get bottles of water. We'd get a couple bottles a day in the mini bar for the three of us, but anytime we would ask for a bottle of water anywhere the response was always "no, gift shop only". I've stayed at many all inclusives in Puerto Vallarta and I've never experienced this anywhere else. With a baby who needs bottles, we went through a lot of water. Luckily walmart is nearby! I expected to buy bottles of water to wash his bottles and such with, but I didn't expect to have to buy bottles of water not only for the baby to be able to drink but also for us adults. If I had known this, I would have picked a different resort because with a baby this made a big impact. So overall it's a great stay. I think that we'll return, although we'll wait until our son is older so that he can enjoy the kids facilities more. More>

Good hotel
Wed May 18 20:07:22 EDT 2016
Hotel was good staff was amazing. Bell boys were very quick to help with getting taxi's and the food was very good. Unique and fun. We stayed in the adult only building. House keeping staff was amazing and even helped to teach me Spanish each day there they taught me 2 new words. As did the bell boys and waiters. Very helpful More>

Wonderful Family Getaway
Loren55Palm, Pleasanton, California
Mon May 16 14:50:37 EDT 2016
I read many of the TripAdvisor reviews before we left for our trip. Overall I was well informed before we left and did not have any big surprises. Food: I was pleasantly surprised by the food. I felt the reviews I'd read had been too harsh. We were VERY happy with the food and the wait staff at the restaurants. Our kids (2 and 3 years old) loved the food as well. Fresh, good variety, tasty, generous quantities. The only negative I'd give is the very inconvenient system for making reservations at the 3 out of 4 restaurants that require them. You have to call a reservation number from your room. They only answer during certain hours of the day. I had to dial MANY times because the line was so often busy. You could only make reservations for that night and the next night. So, you were stuck calling back again every other day of your stay. Baby Club (the baby club is for the real little ones, and the kids club is for the 4+ year old crowd): the staff was very nice at the baby club, but most of them spoke very little English. We found it difficult to have confidence that they were understanding our instructions for the kids' care. They were not proactive enough about checking our little one's diapers, and she got a pretty bad rash. We ended up just visiting her every hour or two to check her diaper ourselves. The baby club doesn't have any organized activities in they and don't get outside. There is a covered sand area to play in and a small indoor area. We did not like how many hours per day they had TV on for the kids. They were responsive if we asked that they turn it off. Our 3 year old was very envious of the kids club activities that he saw going on around the resort. I wish they'd had more activities for the baby club children too. Although our kids were too young to participate, I must say that the kids club looked awesome with tug o war, and Frozen themed cake parties, and croquete lawn games... Overall atmosphere of the place: very crowded and noisy. The place was packed. The water slide area was a HUGE hit for our kids, but we had to be in the water with them the entire time (due to their young ages), and we had the constant noise of kids yelling with glee in our ears and splashing around. We had to watch out for our little ones so that they wouldn't get knocked down by very excited but oblivious bigger kids. The other pools that allowed kids were extremely full too. We had to go out in the morning to put our towels out on lounge chairs so that we'd have a space to sit later in the day. Every inch of pool deck was occupied every day. Do not leave anything out by the pools after closing hours. We lost my husband's flip flops and daughter's water shoes that we left by the water slide area. Apparently no one put them in lost and found--gone. Weather: this was a beautiful time of year to go. Almost every day was clear and sunny and not too hot. Service: Very nice staff, but big language barrier. You have to be proactive and ask questions and research things yourself. It would have been great to have a more comprehensive program guide in the room. We found out about the Disney show Saturday night from the TripAdvisor reviews, and we were so glad we went. The kids loved it. We wouldn't have known about it though otherwise, and the staff member we asked about it told us the wrong start time. Also, the baby club closed early that day due to the show, but there was no sign on the baby club door, and no one in the baby club told us to expect that. We had a dinner reservation for me and my husband that night. We were dressed up and ready to head to the restaurant and were knocking on the baby club door wondering what the problem was. We had to ask more than one employee before we learned that they close the club early on nights that the Disney show is happening. We would definitely come back. I think we'd get much more out of it when our kids can be in the kids club rather than the baby club. So, we may wait a couple years to return. More>

Comfortable and Relaxing, but not Unique
Gail A,
Sun May 15 19:33:15 EDT 2016
We loved our stay, but some things stuck out to me. Negative first- a tired room and what looked to be some type of black mold in the shower/ starting on the bathroom wall. In fairness, we probably got their lesser of the desirable rooms since it was a 3 day stay we won and we did not bring the room issues to the attention of front desk to give them opportunity to review the situation. There are no king/queen beds unless in a family room. The beach itself was lovely, but standard. This hotel is not in an ideal area for city exploration or shopping. The food options were awesome. An all inclusive that is truly all inclusive as adult beverages were included. The non-room parts of the resort were beautiful. This property is an ideal location for families. We don't have kids, but the children around us young and older seemed very happy and were given plenty to do. The kids will have stuff to do and the parents can sneak away to the adults only area. The beach had a lot of comfortable lounging area. A lot of the staff were perfect- Ophelia at the bar and Hugo on the beach made us feel special and comfortable. More>

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