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All Inclusive Resorts In Mexico Playa Del Carmen

Charles asks…

What All Inclusive Resort in Mexico?

I am looking for a resort to stay in Mexico? I have always visited RIU resorts and will probalby continue this trend as I have had no issues with them. I was looking at Cabo but the RIU palace didnt get great review. I was also looking at Riveria Maya.

What Resort would be best, important thing is service, food, beach and entertainment. Wanting to keep it under $1200/per person.

Tijuana answers:

If you’re looking for a RIU in Riviera Maya I’d stay at either the Riu Yucatan (4 star) or the Riu Palace Riviera Maya (5 star). The Riu Yucatan might be in your budget a bit more. The Riu Playacar and Riu Tequila are also right near the Yuctan and Palace, so you’ll be able to use the facilities at those resorts too. I also highly recommend one of the Iberostar Resorts. If you want to be within walking distance of Fifth Avenue in Playa del Carmen, then the Iberostar Quetzal would be a great choice. If you’d like something with a bit more variety. I’d stay at the Iberostar Paraiso. There are 5 resorts in the complex and depending on which you stay at you can use the facilities at the others. I recommend taking a look at deals2cancun.com (http://www.deals2cancun.com) for some nice package pricing and cash back deal that saved us quite a bit.

As far as Los Cabos, I’ve actually heard both the Palace and the Riu Sante Fe are amazing. The Riu Sante Fe would be more in your budget too I believe.

Laura asks…

Where’s a good place to stay in Playa Del Carmen?

I’m going to Playa in May and have a couple of places I’m thinking about and need some help! I like the Viva Wyndham Azteca or the Occidental Allegro. I want to stay in all inclusive at a moderate price. I’d also like to be close to town. Any suggestions?

Tijuana answers:

We went to the Sandos Gala. It was spectacular. It is a 4-5 star resort and all inclusive. It is right on the beach and you can just walk to small towns with little shops and resturants. They have great food, and pools. They have a buffett, italian resturant, mediteranian and mexicain resturant. The beach is beautiful and the people are very nice. Every night they have cool entertainment. Every few days the bring a new animal on to the beach and you can take pictures with it. Also you can take a small taxi ride to abigger places where you can go shopping. Over All me and my family LOVED it!!!!

Http://www.resortvacationstogo.com/Hotel/Sandos_Playacar_Beach_Resort.html

http://www.virginholidays.co.uk/brochures/caribbean/holidays/mexico/playacar/sandos_gala_playacar_beach_resort/

http://www.mexico.com.mx/server/galeria.php?id_hotel=8599dabb51d0f7123587e89244044774&chr_foto=gala_resort_playacar_mexicano.jpg&idioma=2

http://www.mexico.com.mx/sandos_playacar_beach_resort_y_spa_2.html

Have fun!!!!!

Mark asks…

Are there any SMALL non all-inclusive hotels in Mexico, Riviera Maya or Playa del Carmen ?

Hi there! Im searching for a nice small hotel, I prefer located at the beach at Riviera Maya or Playa del Carmen. All I can find are BIG allinclusive hotels, and I dont like them at all!
And which month is the most quiet of these; June, July, August or September?

Thank you! 🙂 🙂

Tijuana answers:

I live in cancun and it is mostly the same zone as cancun for it only takes people in cancun a 25 minute drive to get to playa or riviera maya!
September for sure is the most quieter….

At Playa del carmen:

The fantastic El Taj Condo Hotel in Playa del Carmen is very luxurious, fully equipped condos, from where you can enjoy the freedom of a condo vacation without sacrificing the amenities and services of a hotel. El Taj Condo Hotel is located on some of the most exclusive coastline in Mexico, just a block away from the renowned Fifth Avenue and steps away from the world famous waters of the Caribbean Sea.
If you are interested go on to:
http://www.cancun.com/Hotels/El-Taj/

Aldea Thai Resort provides the ideal backdrop for an unforgettable vacation in the beachside city of Playa del Carmen. Looking out over the stunning Caribbean Sea, this resort offers modern and contemporary facilities for a luxurious stay in this beautiful city set in the midst of the Mayan Riviera.
To look for more info and pictures go on to:
http://www.cancun.com/Hotels/Aldea-Thai-Resort/

If you want something a little bit less expensive, another very good one would be the hacienda vista real resort…
Let yourself be pampered in this hotel that will take your breath away. Spend a vacation as ever, accompanied by your family and friends, in a place where paradise is not a venue, but a lifestyle. You will remember forever Hacienda Vista Real Resort and Spa for its superb service and lavish arquitecture and decor. Hacienda Vista Real Resort and Spa is part of the exclusive worldwide renowned “Petit Hotels”, that guarantee the best stay. And the best part is that you get a free night!!!

This hotel is way less expensive than the two above and is still is a five stars hotel! For more info go on to:
http://www.cancun.com/Hotels/Hacienda_Vista_Real/

At the riviera maya:

Green Tulum is a beautiful hotel made up of thirteen cabanas in the heart of the Riviera Maya. It rises up from among the lush vegetation of Tulum, seamlessly combining civilization with the surrounding jungle. Its rustic rooms radiate an aura of tranquility that will make you instantly fall in love with the mystical Mayan lands.
If you want to look at the info go on to:
http://www.cancun.com/Hotels/Green-Tulum/

La Tortuga Hotel and Spa is the perfect place to set up base for your visit to the Riviera Maya. La Tortuga Hotel and Spa’s open design and the gorgeous tropical landscaping is a reflection of the warm Caribbean weather, and it features nicely appointed guestrooms, one of the prettiest swimming pools in Playa del Carmen and a complete spa just around the corner.
If you are interested go on to:
http://www.cancun.com/Hotels/La_Tortuga/

Good luck! And I promise you will have a great time here!

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