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Robert asks…

What are some pros & cons of all-inclusive resorts?

My husband and I want to go next year to an all inclusive resort in Mexico but I’ve never been before. Please educate me as much as you can! I’d appreciate it!

Tijuana answers:

All inclusives are nice because you know the price you will pay to have a nice time. I went to Paradise Villiage in Peurto Vallarta and it was great. I definitely recommend all-inclusives.

The downside is that if you stay too long, you might feel a need to get out and do something else, which means you will pay for meals while you are out that you have already paid to eat at the resort. Also, see what is included–sometimes you have to pay extra if you are picky about what you are drinking or don’t want to eat at the designated times. Surely you are going to make at least one excursion off the resort if you stay a week, and it’ll cost you. If you think you could spend almost the whole time at the pool, beach, and various clubs and restaraunts at the hotel, it is well worth it.

Laura asks…

What’s the best all inclusive resort to stay at in Mexico?

I’m looking for the best all inclusive resort to stay at from four to seven days starting at the end of Feb. I am into partying, but don’t want anything too crazy, nakedness is welcome! Easy access to sun drinks and food! I’m looking to spend no more than $2,000 for two people.
Any resort in any city.

Tijuana answers:

Where in Mexico are you looking to stay?

John asks…

Any good All inclusive resorts in Cabo San Lucas?

Im planning to go on a trip there on Christmas break, and I was wondering if there were any good all inclusive resorts I should go to (if the price is right) or should avoid.


Tijuana answers:

Hola. I have to be honest, we don’t have very many all-inclusives right in Cabo San Lucas, but the ones we do have are all pretty similar to each other and all about a 5 star for Mexico (which means about 3+ or 4 star for the USA if you were to compare the two countries)

I’ve heard rumours that some of them are cutting corners because they took such a huge hit from swine flu, but I’d be surprised if they didn’t stand up to their reputations, especially around Xmas. So, here’s the list.

All Inclusives right in Cabo San Lucas:

Riu Palace – huge, fun, close to town, on beach, great locale, younger crowd.

Riu Sante Fe – newer of 2, next door to palace – same as Palace

Pueblo Bonito – Blanco – lovely, clean, beach, pools good, quieter crowd, farther down the beach
Pueblo Bonito – Rosa – next door to Blanco by fancier and quainter, and all inclusive is an option but not exclusive.

Villas – parmar, del arco etc – all are very nicely established resorts within an ownership community. Fancy.

Melia Real – this resort is actually 10 minutes out of town. Very well established, great spa, I like the beach, hotel is okay but a little more worn than the newer ones.
Dreams – this resort is 10 minutes out of town but is really really nice.

All Inclusives in San Jose del Cabo – 20 minutes outside CSL but closer to airport – (all of them are on the same long stretch of endless beach):

Royal Solaris – large complex, rooms, food very good, Live entertainment. I like their pools. Good for kids.

Crowne Plaza – great suites, tower for sunsets views, pool area amazing.

El Presidente – oldest hotel but still doing very well, established, older crowd, usually low key. A nice get away and feels more private, sophisticated.

Mayan Palace – Monster resort, fairly new. Haven’t heard anything bad, but no reviews about food or pools yet either.

Barcelo – Fancy chain resort, pretty standard, very new. A little more pricey than others. Clean, pool area nice.

Cabo Azul – still in construction for some parts. Beautiful and modern looking. Rooms nice, food good. Lots of american clientale due to time share option.

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