Golden Crown Paradise All-Inclusive Resort Rating: 3.0 Pearls

An adults-only, beachfront property, the Golden Crown Paradise All-Inclusive Resort is a dated hotel with some nice features. The 214 rooms and suites might be bland and lacking any strong design element, but the balconies do offer great ocean views. A huge pool and slice of the wide beach with yellow-striped cabanas are ideal for relaxing, but guests complain about the lack of Internet in the rooms. Convenient all-inclusive features include three restaurants, an on-site disco open late, and small spa.

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Puerto Vallarta's All-Inclusives (10 of 10)

 An adults-only, beachfront property, the Golden Crown Paradise All-Inclusive Resort is a dated hotel with some nice features. The 214 rooms and suites might be bland and lacking any strong design element, but the balconies do offer great ocean views. A huge pool and slice of the wide beach with yellow-striped cabanas are ideal for relaxing, but guests complain about the lack of Internet in the rooms. Convenient all-inclusive features include three restaurants, an on-site disco open late, and small spa.
Some of our favorite stays in Puerto Vallarta are these all-inclusive resorts:
Open only to guests ages 16 and older, Villa Premiere offers the best of two Puerto Vallarta worlds: it's both beachfront all-inclusive and urban boutique. One of the few beaches near town -- Playa Camarones -- is directly in front of the hotel, and downtown Puerto Vallarta is just seven blocks away. Even with its small size, the 89-room Villa has an attractive all-inclusive package -- a compact but still luxurious version of what you get at many of the mega-sized resorts several miles north, out of town. An added bonus: it's a pretty little place with whimsical artwork throughout. Featuring gorgeously groomed jungle grounds and blue-tiled pools with beautiful bay views, this all-inclusive resort towers above the secluded Mismaloya Beach, which was made famous as the location for the Elizabeth Taylor movie, "Night of the Iguana." Packed with spacious suites and numerous amenities, the sheer massiveness of this upscale Barcelo property may make its beachside location feel a bit crowded. (Some may feel its presence ruins what made Mismaloya Beach special in the first place.) Compared to the many massive hotels at the north end of Nuevo Vallarta, the Samba Vallarta’s 183-room, four-story Spanish colonial-style building feels pleasantly small-scale -- and the pools and beach tend to be less crowded than elsewhere. The clean rooms have basic, contemporary beach decor (light woods, turquoise bed skirts and runners), and the general ambience of the property is family-friendly and relaxed. For those who want to go the all-inclusive route but don’t want a megaresort experience, this affordable mid-range property is a fine choice. There are neighborhoods in Puerto Vallarta that feel like Palm Springs or Beverly Hills, and the all-inclusive Casa Velas inhabits one of them. Lush, manicured gardens and streets, high-priced, terra cotta tile-roofed houses and condos, and the green grass of a well-tended golf course define the locale. The 80-room adults-only hotel is perfectly situated amidst this quiet luxury. With a gated entry, a friendly, (mostly) bilingual staff, and gorgeous public spaces and rooms that more than meet the challenge posed by the posh ambience, Casa Velas is a great pick for those who like it luxe but informal. Most of the 100 rooms in this mid-range oceanfront hotel are drab and dated -- with the best-looking ones being the 15 on-site timeshares located in the tall tower. Of course, only a few of those are available at any given time, so you'll likely be stuck with the standard rooms -- and the on-site sales pitches to purchase a timeshare can feel invasive. But other features, such as the beachfront location with quick walking access to downtown; the beautifully groomed gardens; the spacious pool with infinity edge and swim-up bar; and an outdoor tennis court make this a great option for the price. For family fun, this place is hard to beat -- what with the amazing children's pool and slides, the colorful kids' club with covered sand pit, and the Family Rooms designed to sleep two parents and up to three children younger than 12. Beyond the kid stuff, the hotel has clay tennis courts with nighttime lighting, a great beach, and plentiful dining options, along with a small fitness center and tiny spa. The focus is definitely on family here. Located in Puerto Vallarta's crowded Hotel Zone, this beachfront property is a typical all-inclusive with one stand-out feature -- its Tennis Club with indoor and outdoor courts. Despite being marketed as a luxury hotel, it is a mid-range property offering standard resort amenities, including a free-form pool that some guests may prefer to the small, rocky beach. It is a also a time-share property, so sales pitches are prevalent throughout the hotel. Velas Vallarta Suite Resort was likely one of the finest in Vallarta a couple of years ago, and no doubt, if management continues to put time and money into the ongoing upgrade, this all-inclusive resort will be top-notch again soon. The gardens and grounds are still charming, the pools (with a lazy river) and recreational options are excellent, and the restaurants are hitting on all cylinders. However, the suites are not quite up to modern-day snuff (drab furnishings and old tube TVs are standard). This mid-range hotel offers small rooms with generic decor, older furnishings, and drab walls that provide little soundproofing, so noise complaints are common. Most rooms offer views of a small, well-maintained pool, since the hotel does not have an oceanfront location. It features several restaurants and a beach club that is a short walk away on Las Glorias Beach, with plenty of things to do and people to look at -- including a lot of vendors crowding the shore. An adults-only, beachfront property, the Golden Crown Paradise All-Inclusive Resort is a dated hotel with some nice features. The 214 rooms and suites might be bland and lacking any strong design element, but the balconies do offer great ocean views. A huge pool and slice of the wide beach with yellow-striped cabanas are ideal for relaxing, but guests complain about the lack of Internet in the rooms. Convenient all-inclusive features include three restaurants, an on-site disco open late, and small spa.
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