A listing of All-Inclusive Resorts in Cancun, Riviera Maya, Isla Mujeres, Cozumel, Puerto Vallarta and Cabo San Lucas.
Hotels and Resorts in Cancún
Cancún boasts a superb location, a year-round mild climate and gorgeous, warm, sandy white beaches washed by the Caribbean Sea. Its waters, sheltered by Isla Mujeres, are calm and perfect for surfing, sailing, diving and boat trips; those facing the open surf have stronger currents but are also suitable for fishing and snorkeling.
Cancún’s famous hotels combine luxury and comfort with hospitality and offer access to tennis, golf and spas. Nightlife in Cancún’s hotel zone is extremely varied. You will find some of the largest discos in the world, restaurants with some of the world’s most famous chefs, as well as fast-food outlets. If you are looking for a calmer atmosphere, there are jazz and piano bars, and those offering traditional mariachi music as well. Cancún is home to fascinating Mayan Ruins, and a museum displaying pieces from this ancient culture. Tours can be arranged beforehand to Quintana Roo and the neighboring Yucatan, two of the most impressive places in the Mayan world.
Hotels and Resorts in Riviera Maya
Pristine beaches, caressed by calm, turquoise waters and bathed by gentle breezes, Riviera Maya offers stretches of white sand fringed with palm trees and protected by a chain of coral reefs. Miles of untouched powder white sand as far as the eye can see beckon vacationers in search of quiet and relaxation. Known and treasured by locals, but still virtually undiscovered, these unspoiled serene strands of beach, as plentiful as the region’s sunny days, make even the most seasoned traveler feel as if they are on their own deserted island.
Just a few miles from Playa del Carmen, the Riviera Maya’s shopping and dining center, and home to the most popular beach, are Playa del Secreto, Playa Paraiso and Punta Maroma. Long stretches of white sand, popular with sea turtles and crabs, visitors a wealth of peace and tranquility
Cancun (Riviera Maya)
Aventura Cove Palace
Aventura Spa Palace
Excellence Riviera Cancun
Dreams Riviera Cancun
Dreams Puerto Aventuras
Secrets Maroma Beach
Hotels and Resorts in Cozumel
Come to Cozumel, where the past meets the future and where the beauty of the beaches meets the mystery of the Mayan Culture. Rich in history and in natural wonders, tourists are invited to explore ancient Mayan ruins on the north side of the island and to visit the sanctuary of the fertility goddess Ixchel at San Gervasio. Known as “the Land of the Swallows”, Cozumel is the largest island in Mexico with one existing town called San Miguel. It is also renowned for having the second largest reef in the world and offers some of the most spectacular diving and snorkeling in Mexico. Whether you’re a diver or non-diver, Cozumel is a great place for those looking for fun, sun and relaxation. Families avid for exciting adventures will find numerous tours, trips and activities: snorkeling tours, fishing, swimming with dolphins, catamaran tours, just to name a few. Cozumel is a relatively small island just 29 miles long and 12 miles wide located just off the coast of Mexico, south east of Cancun and due east of Playa Del Carmen.
Isla Mujere Palace
Hotels and Resorts in Puerto Vallarta
Situated on Banderas Bay, this tropical paradise combines the old with the new in gracious style. Cobblestone streets wind through the town and art galleries and colorful boutiques are filled with Mexican folk art and handicrafts.
International cuisine can be found in any town, as well as in all resort hotels. Puerto Vallarta is divided into various tourist areas; Rivera Nayarit, features luxury resorts and eco-tourism boutique hotels, world-renowned surfing, four professional golf courses, rare native wildlife including sea turtles and tropical birds, mountain and island adventures, shopping for local artwork and traditional Huichol handicrafts, charming fishing towns and miles of serene beaches.
Hotels and Resorts in Los Cabos
Los Cabos (which means The Capes) consists of San Jose del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas, two wonderful destinations in one. Both are connected by a modern highway for your enjoyment and exploration.
Los Cabos, where desert wilderness is enhanced by crystal clear ocean waters. Cabos is known for some of the finest marlin fishing in the world. Situated on the tip of the Baja Peninsula, Los Cabos proudly claims to have over 300 days of sunshine. Los Cabos is the point where the Pacific Ocean meets the Sea of Cortes. Humpback whales are seen December through March, and pelicans, sea lions, and other marine life, year round.
Cabo San Lucas is alive with restaurants and nightlife, while its sister town, San Jose del Cabo, is set in a picturesque cobblestone town, and offers the perfect dose of rest and relaxation. San Jose del Cabo is a semi-tropical town lined with avocado and mango trees. Both resort areas have ultra-modern hotels. Between the two is a golfers paradise, with some of the world’s finest championship golf courses.