Beach Vacation at Adults-Only, All-Inclusive Resort
There is both romantic fine dining restaurants and a disco at Crown Paradise Golden, an adults-only resort on Puerto Vallarta's Banderas Bay. It's testament to how the resort caters to both couples and singles alike. During the day, it's popular to lounge on the beach in yellow striped cabanas or order drinks by the Olympic-sized swimming pool. If you want to get out on the water, the all-inclusive package includes complimentary kayaks, windsurfing boats, and an introductory scuba-diving lesson. Or just take in the beautiful ocean views from your private balcony.
This vacation includes:
- Round-trip airfare from DEN, LAX, SFO, SAN, PDX, DFW, SEA, ORD, or JFK
- 4 or 7 nights all-inclusive, ocean-view room accommodations
- Unlimited a la carte meals and snacks
- Unlimited beverages including domestic and selected international alcoholic drinks
- Non-motorized water sports including kayaking and windsurfing
- Introductory scuba lesson
- All resort activities including fully equipped fitness center and tennis
- Nightly resort entertainment, including access to adjacent disco with drinks included until 2 a.m.
- All taxes and gratuities
Hotel at a Glance: Crown Paradise Golden
- Enjoy gourmet French cuisine for dinner at Sans Souci, located at the sister resort; make sure to make reservations ahead of time.
- Golf discounts are available at area courses Vista Vallarta Nicklaus, Vista Vallarta Weiskopf, and Marina Vallarta
- Treatments at Body Boutique and spa include a sunlovers hydrating facial, a mud massage, or a lavender and papaya body scrub
- The Breeze Beach & Snack Bar serves casual fare such as a deli-style lunches and evening sushi
- The onsite hospitality suite is designed for guests with late departures and early arrivals, and features a huge TV and bathroom with showers and toiletries
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.