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All Inclusive Resorts In Mexico For Adults Only

Carol asks…

What’s the best all inclusive hotel to stay in Puerto Vallarta/Nuevo Vallarta Mexico???

My husband and I are going for a mini-getaway. We’re looking for a very romantic place..pls help!!!

Tijuana answers:

Hello There,
I would recommend the following all inclusive:
Barcelo La Jolla de Mismayloya is beautiful, it’s out of town about 10-20 minutes.
Villa Premiere is in the hotel zone and it’s adult only resort.
Dreams is about 5-10 minutes out of town.
Melia Puerto Vallarta is on the Marina.

In Nuevo Vallarta:
Marval Resort
Palladium
Vallarta Palace
Grand Velas

Hope this helps:o)

Laura asks…

Anyone have recommendations for all Inclusive resorts in mexico (cancun,Riviera maya, playa del carmen area)?

We are looking at several Adults only All inclusive resorts in this area but can’t make up our minds…….. any suggestions?? Thanks!!!!

Tijuana answers:

I actually work for a travel agency (in the office, not a travel agent), and I’ve now been to my share of adults-only resorts in that area.

My top 3 recommendations:
Valentine Imperial Maya (2 years old, not as well-known since it’s new and doesn’t have big brand name, but you’ll love it and should be reasonably priced when you go with a package) – Resort: http://bit.ly/fO5O6x

Secrets Maroma Beach (might be a little pricier, but Maroma Beach is by far the best beach in the area, hands down). Soooo nice and the service/rooms were fantastic.

El Dorado Royale – Larger resort, but definitely top notch. The best way to go about this resort is to book a Funjet Vacation package since they get exclusive pricing with them:
(sometimes they’ll have weekly hot deals depending on whether or not you live in a charter market with non-stop risk air) Resort – http://bit.ly/hgZ1c8

You’ll enjoy any of these!!!

Jenny asks…

My grandparents are going to celebrate their 60th anniversary. Where should we send them?

Their in their 80’s and although they are both in good shape we don’t want to send them somewhere they will be overtaxed. P.S. We (the grandkids) are doing the sending so no ridiculously expensive trips, please

Tijuana answers:

First of all, I think that you should also talk to your aunts and/or uncles. This way the grand kids and kids could put their money together and make the trip something they will never forget. This way it would not cost the grand kids as much, but your grandparents could still get a great trip.

Here are a few ideas of what you could do. It will depend on what your grand parents enjoy, as it will be different for everyone.

Hawaii: It would be in the U.S. So I’m assuming they would still be close to home. But yet it will give them the tropical feel of some place far, far away. It is beautiful, and relaxing and they would have a great time.

Alaska: The weather is colder, but it is a beautiful place to visit. It could still be relaxing and something unique.

Caribbean: You could send them to some place in the caribbean or any all inclusive resort somewhere. You could send them to an adult only resort so they wouldn’t be around young kids if you want to avoid it. They would get a nice place to stay, some good food, etc.

Branson Missouri: If they are active, this would probably be a really great option for them. There is lots to see and a lot of things they could do.

Nashville Tennessee: You could send them to Nashville, Pigeon Forge, Gatlinburg, etc. If they enjoy country music, they will have a great time. There are tons of shows, lots of shopping, great food and even the mountains. These are some wonderful vacations spots.

It doesn’t even have to be far away. Depending on where they live, you may be able to find something really nice in the area. Look for places with some plays or nice shows, maybe some shopping, really nice hotels and great dining. It would make for short travel time, but they would still feel far from home.

Send them on a cruise. Cruising is very popular among older couples. You could send them on maybe Cunard or Holland America. The crowd is a little older, so they would fit in a little better. Some of the lines offer all types of on-board activities where you can learn about the destination, sample wines, etc. It would be really great. Cruising is wonderful, it is relaxing and unlike any other way to vacation. Plus, they would be able to go somewhere while on the cruise, but they wouldn’t be spending their whole vacation there, so they would feel saver. You could send them to Alaska, Hawaii, the Caribbean, Mexico, A Mediterranean Cruise, the Panama Canal, etc. They are all great.

Finally, you could consider something like Disney. This would be something the whole family could do. The best option would be to stay on site. This way the whole family could celebrate with them, and Disney will really do some special thing for the anniversary. If you are wanting to save money the family could stay in a value resort. To make their trip a little more special, you could have them stay at the deluxe resorts. You could get the dining plan so they could have some really nice meals. Then you could do some things together as a family, and then also let them on their own once and awhile. Sticking with the Disney theme, you could also do a Disney cruise. This way the whole family could go, all the children would have a blast, but the adults could still relax and have a wonderful time. This way the whole family could be involved in their celebration.

Hope this gives you a few ideas!

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