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All Inclusive Resorts In Mexico

Lizzie asks…

All-Inclusive resort that will take a *2* year old in their mini club!?

I am planning on going away next year and need an allinclusive resort that will accept 2 year olds. I also have a 10 year old that will want to be involved in an activity program. I do not want to go to Mexico and I am looking for a 4.5 or 5 star resort in the Caribbean that isn’t an outrageous price. So far, almost everything I have found won’t accept kids until they are 4. Help!

Anyone out there with experience in this area?

Tijuana answers:

In my experience the Dominican Republic all inclusive resorts are very welcoming to infants in their kids clubs. I can’t remember if my son was 2 or 3 at the time but they definitely accepted him into their Kid’s clubs.

Daniel asks…

Me and a group of friends are planning a trip to Cancun, mexico around july 17th 2008 for about 4 days?

There are about 5 of us… and were all 20 yrs old. We want a fun allinclusive resort on the water that is a good party resort… while we dont want to spend a ton we refuse to have a bad stay (we’ve heard some bad stories)… any ideas for good deals and any ideas on where to stay… thanks!

Tijuana answers:

I really can’t point you to which resorts are in your budget because I really don’t know what it is, however here are a few resorts you should certainly investigate:

Riu Cancun-within close walking distance to the Party Center, where all the bigger clubs and bars are located

Dreams Resort-within walking distance of the Party Center, this resort has an on-site dolphin experience

NH Krystal-also at the Party Center, offers a Dine Around program where AI guests can dine out at participating restaurants

Sunset Royal-a short walk to Party Center

Gran Caribe Real

Flamingo Resort-an older resort but still with excellent food quality and rooms for the money, and across from Pat O’Brien’s, Margaritaville and Bubba Gump Srimp Co.

Park Royal

Barcelo Tucancun

Golden Parnassus-mostly couples at this adults only resort with excellent food and a bar right out on the sand

Royal Solaris-a little further from the action, but only a short 10 minute ride away, very good rooms and food quality for the money

Start by investigating these and get back if you narrow it down and need more advice.

Have fun planning your vacation,
212eric

Mark asks…

How Safe is it to travel to Cancun right now?

Wanting to go to Mexico, but I havn’t been there for 12 years. Has it changed?? I only plan on going from the airport to an all inclusive resort. I am not leaving the resort. Has anyone been there within the last year. Any tips for me?

Tijuana answers:

Its safe, I was there for a whole year, go on the trip trust me it’ll be fun. :)

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