Coralina Daylight Club

#9 in Best Things To Do in Playa del Carmen
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Key Info

Calle 26 S/N, Centro

Price & Hours

Cover charge possible
11 a.m.-7 p.m. daily

Details

Entertainment and Nightlife, Swimming/Pools Type
2 hours to Half Day Time to Spend
2.9

scorecard

  • 2.5Value
  • 4.0Facilities
  • 3.5Atmosphere

Drawing on inspiration from Las Vegas pool parties and Ibiza beach ragers, Coralina Daylight Club offers party-hungry travelers a chance to dance, listen to music and day drink in the heart of Playa del Carmen. Coralina features several pools, direct beach access, private cabana areas and a restaurant with seating – and it's the place to see and be seen in this resort town.

Past travelers loved the party vibe and club atmosphere here, adding that the service staff is top-notch, too. Some do note that prices for cabanas and drinks can be steep.

The Coralina Daylight Club is located next to the Grand Hyatt Playa del Carmen Resort and is open daily from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. There are entrances to the club from the beach and on 26th Street. Depending on the day of the week, there may be a cover charge. For more information and to make reservations, head to the day club's website.

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Time to Spend
#1 Playa del Carmen Beaches

Your hotel or resort will likely occupy a stretch of pristine white sand, but if you feel like venturing off the property to explore more of Playa's shore, you'll find a bevy of alluring beaches.

You'll likely walk past the beach at Parque Fundadores while strolling La Quinta Avenida as it sits parallel to the bustling thoroughfare. You'll know you're in the right place when you see the massive arch sculpture that's erected at the beach's main entrance. According to past visitors, this beach is always crowded with both tourists and locals, but it's also chock full of amenities and conveniently located near the ADO bus terminal and the ferry to Cozumel. It's also home to a playground – perfect if you're traveling with kids. The beach is free to access, but lounge chair or equipment rentals will cost you extra.

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