Mexico’s Best All-Inclusive Adults-Only Resorts – Looking for a getaway without the children? These are some of Mexico’s best resorts offering all-inclusive amenities – and just for the grownups.
Cancun is a glitzy city of lights and nightclubs and, for some, this is the place to be and be seen. But sometimes, getting away from it all really means all of it – everything. If that’s what you’re looking for, the Excellence Resort at Playa Mujeres is perfect. At just about 30 minutes outside downtown Cancun, restaurants, clubs, and other resorts are tucked far out of sight – but this is okay. when you arrive at Excellence Playa Mujeres, you’ll be welcomed with a chilled towel and a flute of champagne. All suites have marble floors and offer pillow menus. After you settle in, take part in any number of activities, such as volleyball, archery, or a bike tour. When you’re ready for a meal, you won’t have to look far – there are 11 clubs and ten dining establishments onsite. Want tapas? Check. Lobster? Check, too. There are two especially perfect accommodations, as well – a swim-up suite adjacent to the resort’s main swimming pool and a two-story villa with your very own pool atop the roof.
Playa del Carmen is another perfect destination for couples to escape without the children in tow. At Playacar’s Royal Hideaway, you’ll enjoy 13 acres of all-inclusive wooing. All guest rooms are dazzling, but the multi-level villas are incredible. All accommodations are decorated in the Spanish Colonial style, with high-beamed ceilings and lattice-worked headboards. The resort’s restaurants offer dishes from around the world – enjoy such flavors as Pan-Asian during your stay. Royal Hideaway has a host of activities for guests to take part in as a couple or alone, such as sailing, windsurfing, and basketball. The best part? You’re just five minutes on foot from Playa del Carmen’s stunning downtown shops.
No list of adults-only resorts would be complete without the Riviera Maya’s all-inclusive El Dorado Casitas Royale. Of all the Karisma properties, Casitas Royale is arguable their best. It’s basically a hotel-within-a-hotel – you’ll have free run of El Dorado’s bars, diners, swimming pools, and spas, as well as the Casitas Royale’s swim-up bars and dining establishments – fourteen in total. Your suite also comes with a dedicated, thatched-roof bed directly on the beach.
Which resort do you want to take your breath away?