- Adults-only floor, pool area and restaurant
- Kids-only water park
- Designated areas for babies, kids and teens
- Adventure space with water slides, zip lines and climbing wall
- Food and drink available 24/7
Located at mile 18.5 in Cancún’s famous Hotel Zone, Crown Paradise Club is a budget-friendly, family-friendly, all-inclusive beachfront resort with a lively atmosphere and lots of activities for all ages.
A fixture in Cancún’s Hotel Zone since the ’90s, Crown Paradise Club has everything on-site that a couple or family needs for a fun and memorable beach vacation. Multiple pools (including family, kids and adults-only), spa, gym, cinema, shops, a theater with nightly shows and a great stretch of beach will keep you busy from sun-up until well after dark. Every one of the resort’s 617 rooms comes with a balcony and spectacular ocean view. Free WiFi and a daily-replenished minibar are among the amenities all guests will enjoy. The rooms are available in six categories: standard, standard plus, family, special suite, honeymoon suite and Club Crown suite. The latter two come with double whirlpools, fruit baskets, sparkling wine and a lagoon cruise.
There are plenty of dining choices at Crown Paradise Club. Guests can enjoy a dinner of Italian, French, Mexican, seafood or fine grilled dishes at one of five á la carte specialty restaurants. Two buffet restaurants—featuring international and Oriental cuisine—two snack bars and six bars serving domestic and imported drinks are also on-site. Additional amenities include tennis courts, mini golf, non-motorized water sports, a disco and activities like yoga, water aerobics and various games.
The shopping, dining, bars, clubs and nightlife of Cancún are legendary, and it’s all just a 15-minute drive from the resort. Head north from the resort (located at Km 18.5) and around Km 8–9.5 you’ll find a glitzy concentration of everything Cancún is famous for.
If you’re feeling a bit more adventurous and want to dip your toes into some authentic Mexican history, hop on a bus and head one-and-a-half hours south to the spectacular ruins of Tulum. Perched on a bluff overlooking the sparkling Caribbean, this ancient Mayan city is one of the best-preserved archeological sites in all of Mexico. Stroll around the fascinating city for a while and then make your way down to the beach for a refreshing swim in the ocean. Further inland, the city of Chichén Iztá, more than 1,000 years old, is dominated by a massive 79-foot pyramid known as El Castillo. The two-and-a-half-hour drive is more than worth it.