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Richard asks…

Where is a nice resort under RCI time shares in Cancun Mexico?

I’d really appreciate it if anyone could lend me some tips and ideas. A few friends and I are planning to go and stay at a timeshare in cancun during our winter break since we all have different spring breaks but we just aren’t aware of what place to stay at. A resort near the active night life and beach preferably. But any ideas would be greatly appreciated.

thank you!

Tijuana answers:

There are many nice resorts in Cancun. If you are going with RCI you need to search which resorts are available for your date you want to travel and size unit. Then go from there. I would try to stay clear from the All-Inclusive Resorts. They over charge for this and it could get expensive. There should be plenty of nice eating places in Cancun and exploring difference places to eat is always fun. Once you narrow down to resorts available you can start searching for reviews on them.

Sharon asks…

What is the best resort to stay at on the Riveira Maya for 22 yr old honeymooners??

I have been researching the allinclusive resorts on the Riviera Maya, near Cancun Mexico. It seems like once I find one I am interested in, something turns me off to it (like rocky beaches or supposed stares at younger couples from other guests OR the “star friends” at the Iberostar resorts). Don’t get me wrong I do not prefer to be around a younger demographic, I’d just rather skip the stares and judgements. I’m basically getting this info from reading reviews. Ugh!! Have any of you gone on your honeymoon there who are in your early or mid twenties and enjoyed it? Also, the trip is a gift from our parents but I still don’t want to put them in the hole so we’re looking for something around 1,000 each. I fell in love with Secrets Capri Riviera but it’s minimum is like 2,000 a pop. We’re mainly looking for a really nice pool, a good sized beach and a non-rocky ocean. Also, swim up bars and nice rooms. Thank you guys!
Hey guys sorry for the lack of details. We’ll be traveling late may, so I believe that is off season, and I actually am looking up these resorts through Apple Vacations, they are the best! Also, we will be going for 7 nights.

Tijuana answers:

I know you said you were put off by the Iberostar resorts, but my wife and I spent a week at the Iberostar Paraiso Lindo in 2004 and LOVED IT!!! It has two very nice pools — one with a swim-up bar, a beautiful sandy beach with massage cabanas right down on the beach and thatch umbrellas to lay under, a great stretch of non-rocky ocean to swim and play in, and with the exception of the Italian restaurant the food was EXCELLENT. We ate and drank and swam and laid out by the pool and on the beach and didn’t have to pay any extra for food or drinks, and we didn’t have people staring at us (my wife was 26 and I was 29 at the time). I’d recommend it to anyone. Iberostar also has two other resorts nearby that are less expensive, but if you stay at one of those resorts you can’t come over to the Lindo for meals or to use the pools. WARNING: Regardless of which all-inclusive resort you choose, the dress code for dinner is slacks for men — no jeans or shorts allowed — and slacks or a dress/skirt for women, and it is STRICTLY enforced.

Carol asks…

My friends and I (about 6 guys total) are looking to go on an all inclusive vacation. Any suggestions?

We are all about 25 years old, and we will be going to party pretty hard. Any suggestions on what is a good place for a party scene? Jamaica? Mexico? Please be specific with cities and resorts. Also, any reviews that you have would be helpful. Thank you!!

Tijuana answers:

Cancun its amazing but it is like miami a lot of americans over there so if you wanna have a different experience and more bang for your buck try oaxaca puerto escondido and playa zicatela (there is a nudist beach called zipolite) you’ll have fun and its not as dangerous as other mexican states (i’m mexican),+Oaxaca,+Mexico&gl=us&ei=eEkxTfDlIsT38AapyJmUCQ&sa=X&oi=geocode_result&ct=title&resnum=1&ved=0CBwQ8gEwAA

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