On the Riviera Maya, all-inclusive resorts range from small and intimate to vast micro towns, all set on sugary sand and surrounded by lush, tropical forest. Some, like Hotel Xcaret Mexico, are built for adventure and enjoyment, while others, like the Secrets Maroma Beach Riviera Cancun, are built for romance. The Riviera Maya in Mexico is also recognised for its large number of luxury all-inclusive resorts.
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Grand Velas Riviera Maya
The all-suite Grand Velas Riviera Maya, like its newest sibling in Los Cabos, goes to great lengths to set itself apart from its all-inclusive neighbors—all in the name of luxury. Gourmet meals produced by French, Spanish, and Mexican chefs replace drab buffet spreads, and one of the restaurants even has its own AAA Five-Diamond award. Suites with plunge pools on own terraces and stunning ocean views are as charming as they are large (1,100 square feet to begin). And butler service is standard, whether you book a multi-room Ambassador Suite for the kids or a Grand-Class Adults Only Suite (with hot tub) with that special someone. As if that weren’t enough, their spa is one of the country’s largest.
Secrets Maroma Beach Riviera Cancun
Are you yearning for some peaceful time? Avoid the crowds in Cancn and instead visit this adults-only all-inclusive resort, which has 412 rooms (all with balconies or terraces and in-room whirlpools for two) on a private white-sand beach with sun chairs, cabanas, and palapas. While there are other Secrets around Mexico, this one is particularly popular with honeymooners. Whose 14 calm pools, 13,000-square-foot spa (its treatments are actually worth the extra charge), handful of high-end restaurants, and above-and-beyond service—not to mention swim-up suites on the ground level for rapid pool access—all contribute to this.
Excellence Riviera Cancun
Despite the fact that Playa del Carmen is only a short drive away, some guests never leave the Excellence borders for the entirety of their stay. You’ll see why after taking a walk around the property. Eight restaurants, ten bars, five hot tubs, six pools, and a laundry list of activities (including miles of running paths) ensure that your days are jam-packed. There’s no need to make dinner reservations because there are so many options here that you’ll never have to wait. The 440 guest rooms are decorated in a Mediterranean style, with stucco, marble, and tile accents throughout, as well as furnished balconies or patios and four whirlpool tubs. When you need a siesta, swap your four-poster bed for a hammock on the grass or, better yet, a palapa on the beach—which will be reserved exclusively for you if you booked the Junior Swim-Up Suite.
Royal Hideaway Playacar
For decades, all-inclusive enthusiasts have been drawn to this 13-acre Playa del Carmen mainstay. Why? It could be the hotel’s eye-catching guest rooms (which include a group of multi-level villas) with attractive Spanish colonial details like Carrera marble and lattice-wood headboards, its restaurants, or its array of activities, which include everything from sailing and windsurfing to basketball. The resort is also only a five-minute walk from downtown, with all of the shopping and people-watching that entails.
Zoetry Paraiso de la Bonita
If you’re seeking for reassurance, this 90-room, 14-acre resort has everything you’d expect from an all-inclusive resort. Guest rooms have thatched roofs and wood beams, and all have views of the sea and are filled with fresh fruit, Bvlgari amenities, a welcome bottle of tequila (yes, please! ), and served three times daily. Sit down for breakfast and let the live harpist lull you into a state of relaxation.
El Dorado Maroma by Karisma
El Dorado Maroma is best known for having the first overwater bungalows in Mexico, but there’s more to this adults-only resort than stilted luxury houses. We’re talking about an overwater restaurant that’s perfect for sunset dinners and a Náay Spa that uses Mayan medicinal practises and marine-sourced materials (including Maroma sea moss). The fact that it’s all set on one of the world’s most beautiful beaches is the cherry on top.
El Dorado Casitas Royale by Karisma
While the adults-only El Dorado Royale is unquestionably the nicest hotel in the Karisma Hotels network, El Dorado Casitas Royale, the hotel within the hotel, goes even farther. You’ll have access to the private section’s swim-up bars and restaurants (each with seven), which are designated exclusively for Casitas guests, in addition to the main property’s bars, restaurants, pools, and spa. When you’ve had your fill, retire to one of the hotel’s 171 suites, each with its own outdoor shower, covered balcony, and beachfront thatch-roof bed.
Paradisus Playa del Carmen La Perla
If convenience and options are the plot points of your vacation fantasies, the Paradisus Playa del Carmen, nestled between a private bay and downtown, is the place to be. The vast, 20,000-square-foot Yhi Spa guarantees you have space to spread out, whether it’s during an exclusive pilates or yoga class, in the heated pools, or at the outdoor patio, where the day beds scream for post-treatment snoozes. There are two caveats: the beach is lovely but narrow, and room service, while accessible, is not cheap.