Arizona’s First PAL™ Steps From Super Bowl 2023 Location


Crystal Lagoons® has chosen the city of Glendale, Arizona, to develop a pioneering project known as Crystal Lagoons Island Resort. Extensively publicized by the press, the mixed-use project, the first in the United States, will be anchored by a Public Access Lagoon™.

Also known as PAL™, the central element will be an 11-acre crystalline lagoon that will be surrounded by idyllic beaches that will be via ticketed-entry.

In addition, it will include retail space, three hotels with a total of 630 rooms, offices as well as numerous bars and restaurants.

Crystal Lagoons, world leader in innovation and water technology, is the only firm capable of transforming any corner of the world into an idyllic beach, making its bodies of water the perfect destination for water sports and entertainment for the whole family.

“Crystal Lagoons, the world’s top amenity®, is excited to bring the first branded Crystal Lagoons Island Resort entertainment destination to Glendale, Arizona,” said Eric Cherasia, Vice-President at Crystal Lagoons U.S. Corp. “We have teamed with some of the world’s top attraction, entertainment, and hospitality brands to create the next wave in entertainment destinations.”

Super Bowl 2023

Crystal Lagoons Island Resort is estimated to receive 2 million visitors annually, generating significant revenue for local businesses and the state of Arizona.

Upon completion, Crystal Lagoons Island Resort is projected to create 1,800 new jobs in the area.

It is expected to be open to the public to coincide with Glendale’s Super Bowl in 2023.

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