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All Inclusive Resorts In Mexico For Adults Only

Nancy asks…

All inclusive, adults only resort in Riveria Maya?

I’ve stayed at Catalonia Tulum and loved it, but wanted to know other people’s suggestions.
I want clean, friendly, good restaurants and beach=)

Tijuana answers:

This place is a hot party hotel in Cancun.

Temptation Resort
Km. 3.5 Blvd. Kukulcan
Zona Hotelera.
Cancun, Quintana Roo
México 77500
+01-877-485-8367
http://www.temptationcancun.com.mx/
This place is an adult only over 21 hotel. 24 hour room service. 24 hour bar service. 3 pools topless optional and fun list goes on.

Cancun Clipper Club
Boulevard Kukulcan, Km 9
Zona Hotelera
Cancun, Quintana Roo
Mexico 77500
+52-998-891-5999
http://www.clipper.com.mx/
This might not be the hottest hotel but good prices and very close to all the Hot Cancun Night Life and Party Action.

Grand Oasis
Boulevard Kukulcan 16.5, Zona Hotelera,
Cancun 77500, Mexico 77500
http://grandoasiscancunresort.com/

Hope this helps got another question just ask or contact me directly.

Joseph asks…

Can anyone recommend a great all inclusive hotel in Nuevo Vallarta, Mexico that’s good for kids?

Specifically I’m looking for a hotel on the beach with awesome kid pools (slide), kids club, etc

Tijuana answers:

I’m 23 and have two young kids of my own, I just got back from my first time in Mexico. My family and I stayed for 10 days in Puerto Vallarta at an all inclusive hotel…Riu Jalisco Hotel.It was great!!! The whole hotel/resort is a perfect size…not small so you get bored easily and not overly huge so you can easily walk to other areas of the resort and know where you are, and wont get lost either.
The ocean/beach is right there at the hotel and theres tons of loungers already there for you, 2 great pools as well (one pool has 3 small but fun waterslides, one pool has a bar in it with seats in the water) Theres always fun (games, excercises, music, etc) for all ages in both pools which are a couple meters away from one another. Theres also a small park there for the young kids, and a kids club of some kind (i never actually went and checked it out though) inside a huge toblerone chocolate building.

Theres a couple different resteraunts on site including one right on the beach.
Theres a theater where they have a new family friendly show every night (eg. Grease, Men vs.women, carribean nights) and they always called all the kids up at the end where they would sing and do a dance.
They would also have music playing afterwards and people would be dancing and having a good time. There was also a disco club that was open for kids eariler in the evening around 8pm and would open for adult only later around 11pm.

The staff was great!!! The rooms are also wonderful, a/c as well. Great service and accomidations for anything you needed. The day we left our flight wasnt til 6pm and checkout was at noon but they were excellent with accomidating us for that time as well by making sure we had a room for our luggage to be stored and allowing us to still have the all inclusive access to food/drinks, etc. Until we left for our flight. Extremely family and kid friendly. I saw alot of babies, toddlers, children. It was just great all around and although it was only my first time in mexico I would deffiently reccomend this place to anyone.

Lots of bars, sitting areas, internet wifi, or computers/internet you could rent, theres a sports bar with pool and foose ball (pay extra for, about $3/game), parasailing and other things like seadoos (pay extra) also kayaking, tennis courts, volleyball were free. They had an area with people to help you book any tours or adventures you may want to do as well as rent cars.
There was so much I cant possibly list it all. Just look up Riu Jalisco Hotel in Puerto Vallarta Mexico.

Lisa asks…

Should I go to Puerto Rico or Mexico’s Riviera Maya for vacation?

We’re organizing a girl’s trip at beginning of February 2011 and are trying to decide on a destination…..thoughts or suggestions?
We are looking for 3-4 days of relaxation, mostly laid-back beach time and a few water activities, with some cultural activities thrown in.

Tijuana answers:

I would definitely lean toward the Riviera Maya in Mexico. It’s absolutely beautiful and in my opinion perfect for a getaway. One resort you may enjoy is Secrets Silversands. Secrets is an adult’s only all-inclusive located on a beautiful beach. The resort boasts five restaurants and bars as well as service that is top notch. I was actually very impressed with the food; it was one of the best I have ever had at an AI. Besides spending time on the beach, I also loved sitting poolside with a fruity cocktail or taking part in one of their several fun activities. My favorite was the kayaking! Be sure to try it if you choose to visit Secrets. I hope this helps. Good luck with your decision!

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