All-Inclusive Stay at Adults-Only Resort in Puerto Vallarta
Puerto Vallarta is glitzy and proud of it, from its neon-lit nightclubs to its sparkling oceanfront. During your stay, you can lounge on its white-sand beaches or stroll the Old Town's cobblestone streets to see elaborate fountains and cathedrals. This vacation includes:
- Round-trip airfare
- All-inclusive accommodations in a deluxe ocean-view room at Crown Paradise Golden Resort
- Three meals a la carte daily, with optional buffet breakfast (according to occupancy levels)
- Unlimited domestic and selected imported drinks (scotch, gin, brandy and vodka)
- Live entertainment, evening shows, and interactive games some nights during the week at Club Nitro
- Daily activities, including aqua-aerobics, water polo, spinning bicycles, yoga, ping-pong, tennis, volleyball, basketball, bingo, billiards, and table games
- Non-motorized water sports, including kayaks, windsurf, boogie boards (equipment based on availability)
- City and Tropical Tour - one tour per guest per stay
- All hotel taxes, service charges, and gratuities
Hotel at a Glance: Crown Paradise Golden Resort
Since it's an adults-only resort, the Crown Paradise has a peaceful vibe during the day; feel free to lounge with a homemade michelada from the poolside bar or join a fitness class. At night, dine on sushi with views of the bay and then enjoy live entertainment at Club Nitro.
- Ride the waves: Kayaks and boogie boards are available for guest use.
- Exotic cuisine: Table-side flambeé, grilled seafood, and authentic Mexican fare are among the tasty treats you can sample at the resort's themed restaurants
- Room with a view: You can look out to the water from your private balcony and feel warm breezes coming off Banderas Bay.
- Center yourself during daily yoga lessons; spinning and aqua aerobics classes are also included with your stay.
- Sip a michelada in the pool or clink cocktails in the open-air pub.
Puerto Vallarta, Mexico: Tropical Paradise with Cosmopolitan Flair
Puerto Vallarta is perhaps Mexico’s most sophisticated vacation destination, with expansive beaches, trendy restaurants, and cobblestone streets leading to beautifully preserved 19th-century churches. A 16-block boardwalk known as the malecón offers unobstructed ocean views as it extends from the city center, past fountains and a famous 9-foot-high statue of a boy riding a seahorse.
Called “the most gay-friendly city in Mexico” by Frommer’s, Vallarta draws a diverse crowd of vacationers intent on relaxing during the day and living it up at night, bouncing between the city’s numerous dance clubs and bouncy castles. For a glimpse of the city's history, head to Viejo Vallarta, also known as Old Town, where artists peddle shawls and piñatas and mariachi bands serenade couples dancing on Plaza Principal.