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- #1View all PhotosCancun#1 in Best All-Inclusive Resorts in MexicoTripAdvisor (6559)Free BreakfastFree ParkingFree WiFiRead MoreAn adults-only, all-inclusive resort in the northern part of Cancun, Mexico's Hotel Zone, Le Blanc Spa Resort exudes a modern feel with its sleek architecture and neutral-toned color palette. Each of Le Blanc's suites features a coffee maker, a stocked minibar, an LED TV, BVLGARI toiletries, butler service and a liquor cabinet. When booking your room, be sure to request a higher floor and an ocean-facing suite – according to recent visitors, the splurge affords spectacular views and extra quiet that are well worth the nightly rate. If you can tear yourself away from your digs, check out the links on the nearby Moon Palace Cancun's Jack Nicklaus Signature course. Or perhaps you're better suited to a day at BlancSpa, where you can indulge in a massage or a hydrotherapy session. You can also catch some rays by one of three pools or claim a spot on the beach. When hunger sets in, take your pick of Le Blanc's four restaurants or relax in your accommodations and order room service (available 24 hours a day).5.0-star Hotel ClassFree BreakfastFree ParkingFree WiFi
- #2View all PhotosPlaya del Carmen#2 in Best All-Inclusive Resorts in MexicoTripAdvisor (5247)Read MoreSandwiched between the Asian-influenced Banyan Tree Mayakoba and the sensual Rosewood Mayakoba, this member of the AccorHotels family upholds its brand's standards along this luxurious stretch of sand just northeast of Playa del Carmen, Mexico. The property houses 401 guest rooms and suites, all of which come outfitted with tropical-inspired decor, soaking tubs, LCD televisions and Wi-Fi access (which the daily $23 resort fee covers). Nestled within 240 acres of tropical forest, the resort also sits next to the El Camaleón golf course. Additionally, the property features the 37,000-square-foot Willow Stream Spa, as well as four eateries, two pool bars and a gourmet market. And if you're traveling with children, take them to the Discovery Club & Adventure Camp (for ages 5 to 11), where they can spend their days making piñatas or origami souvenirs. To make the most of your stay at this Fairmont outpost, consider booking one of the resort's promotional packages. But be careful: Some guests warn that the property's high food and drink prices can quickly raise your final bill. To help cut costs, use accrued AccorHotels loyalty program points to pay for your room.5.0-star Hotel Class
- #3View all PhotosNuevo Vallarta#3 in Best All-Inclusive Resorts in MexicoTripAdvisor (3044)Free BreakfastFree ParkingFree WiFiRead MoreGrand Velas Riviera Nayarit touts itself as a "Beyond All Inclusive, Beyond All Compare" retreat, and guest sentiments tend to affirm the resort's claim. Each of its one-, two- and three-bedroom suites features at least 1,000 square feet of living space and comes appointed with teak furniture imported from Bali, a Jacuzzi, a Nespresso coffee maker and a private terrace that overlooks either the ocean or the pool. Guests say that a sumptuous atmosphere pervades throughout the entire property, from the towering ceilings and serene fountain in the lobby to the memorable meals at the six gourmet restaurants. Activities at the infinity pool and on the beach – like boogie boarding and scuba diving classes – are also included in this Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, property's all-inclusive plan. Though spa treatments will cost extra, guests say that the spa facilities are excellent and recommend indulging in a massage during your stay. Part of Preferred brand of hotels and resorts, the Grand Velas Riviera Nayarit participates in the I Prefer rewards program.Free BreakfastFree ParkingFree WiFi
- #4View all PhotosPlaya Mujeres#4 in Best All-Inclusive Resorts in MexicoTripAdvisor (14454)Read MorePerched on 2 miles of chalky white sand along the Playa Mujeres peninsula, this adults-only, all-inclusive Excellence outpost offers guests gorgeous surroundings. Suites are appointed with Jacuzzi tubs, flat-screen TVs, pillow menus, stocked minibars and private balconies or patios. But you shouldn't stay cooped up indoors. Outside, the seven swimming pools, 11 bars and long stretches of sand offer ample opportunities for relaxation. As for dining, you'll have 11 venues to choose from, though past visitors suggest dining at Chez Isabelle, citing its tasty French plates, attentive service and romantic atmosphere as particularly memorable. And for an extra dose of R&R, sign up for a replenishing treatment at the Miilé Spa. (Keep in mind, all spa treatments cost extra.) If you're craving some more activity, dance lessons, cooking classes and an introductory scuba diving lesson are all part of the all-inclusive rates. Plus, Cancun, Mexico, sits 8 miles south.
- #5View all PhotosPuerto Vallarta#5 in Best All-Inclusive Resorts in MexicoTripAdvisor (765)Free BreakfastFree ParkingFree WiFiRead MoreAll-inclusive perks are abundant at this Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, property, ranging from unlimited alcoholic beverages and meals at one of four on-site restaurants (a few more are housed at the resort's neighboring sister property, Garza Blanca Preserve Resort & Spa, and are covered by the all-inclusive room rates) to private beach access and use of the on-site tennis, squash and basketball courts. For those looking for a bit more relaxation, take a dip in the rooftop infinity pool or book a massage at Spa Imagine. But if that's not enough to keep you on the property, wander into central Puerto Vallarta, located about 10 miles north. In addition to offering several natural and architectural marvels, the city provides plenty of delicious eats. If you'd rather dine on-site, recent visitors said you can't go wrong with any of the resort's eateries (although they caution that the restaurants can be a bit pricey if you don't opt for the all-inclusive plan). The accommodations were another point of praise for previous guests. Each includes a walk-in rain shower, a terrace with a hammock and a Jacuzzi tub, a 55-inch LED TV and electric curtains controlled by the in-suite iPad. Keep in mind: Hotel Mousai is an adults-only property, so leave the kids at home during your stay. Since this property falls under the Preferred umbrella, it allows members of the I Prefer program to cash in or accrue points for stays.Free BreakfastFree ParkingFree WiFi
- #6View all PhotosPlaya del Carmen#6 in Best All-Inclusive Resorts in MexicoTripAdvisor (3911)Free BreakfastFree ParkingFree WiFiRead MoreThis 85-acre, all-inclusive property approximately 5 miles northeast of central Playa del Carmen, Mexico, garners rave reviews from its guests. The accommodations impress with whirlpool tubs, 42-inch plasma-screen TVs and at least 1,100 square feet of space. Meanwhile, guests consistently praise the resort's excellent customer service, its gourmet cuisine and its revitalizing spa services. During your stay, you can sign up for invigorating treatments like the Mayan Jade Facial or the Coffee & Cocoa Experience. If you're more interested in staying active, consider breaking a sweat in the fitness center, signing up for a free fitness class or borrowing complimentary kayaks and boogie boards at the beach. The all-inclusive rates also cover meals at the property's eight restaurants and other privileges, such as kids and teens club activities, 24-hour concierge services and drinks. Plus, the hotel is part of the Preferred hotel group, so members of the I Prefer Hotel Rewards program can earn points and use free night certificates here.5.0-star Hotel ClassFree BreakfastFree ParkingFree WiFi
- #7View all PhotosPlaya Mujeres#7 in Best All-Inclusive Resorts in MexicoTripAdvisor (4722)Read MoreSituated 8 miles northeast of Cancun, Mexico, along the pearly white sands of Playa Mujeres, Beloved Playa Mujeres provides travelers with a relaxing Mayan Rivera retreat. Upon arrival, guests are greeted with a refreshing cocktail, a cool towel and the keys to their stylish accommodations, which are outfitted with private balconies, Jacuzzis, free Wi-Fi access, 42-inch flat-screen TVs and Nespresso machines. Luxury-seekers will want to book an appointment at the resort's 35,000-square-foot spa while golfers take a swing on the neighboring Greg Norman-designed fairways at the Playa Mujeres Golf Club. While the all-inclusive rates do not cover spa treatments and tee times, they do include use of three swimming pools and meals and libations at the four restaurants, six bars and lounge area. Active travelers can also take advantage of water sports equipment rentals and classes at the on-site fitness center. But even more than the ample facilities, previous visitors raved about the resort's friendly staff. One potential drawback, though, is the property's adults-only policy.
- #8View all PhotosSan Jose del Cabo, BCN#8 in Best All-Inclusive Resorts in MexicoTripAdvisor (424)Read MoreSituated about 35 minutes southwest of Los Cabos International Airport, Grand Velas Los Cabos receives a glowing recommendation from recent guests for its attentive and caring staff, and tasty dishes served at the resort's seven restaurants. In fact, some reviewers said this is a prime property for foodies. The all-inclusive resort's suites, which measure more than 1,100 square feet, also earned praise from past lodgers. Along with spectacular ocean views, rooms feature Nespresso coffee makers, welcome bottles of artisanal mezcal, red and white wine, 65-inch flat-screen TVs and bathrooms with Jacuzzis. Outside the rooms, travelers can enjoy three tiered infinity pools (including one exclusively for adults), kids and teens clubs, a holistic spa, a fitness center and nightly entertainment. But aside from the amenities and facilities, it was the 24-hour personal concierge service that had travelers planning a repeat visit. The only downside? The beach that Grand Velas Los Cabos is located on is not swimmable.
- #9View all PhotosPlaya del Carmen#9 in Best All-Inclusive Resorts in MexicoTripAdvisor (14321)Read MoreAt this adults-only AMResorts outpost (located 12 miles north of Playa del Carmen, Mexico), guests can enjoy Secrets' Unlimited-Luxury benefits, which include free Wi-Fi access, limitless meals at the resort's eight eateries, 24-hour concierge service and complimentary green fees at the Grand Coral Golf Course, not to mention access to nonmotorized water sports equipment. Meanwhile, each of this Secrets resort's 412 suites comes outfitted with a four-poster bed, a Jacuzzi, a satellite TV, a Nespresso coffee machine and a furnished terrace or balcony. When you're not unwinding in your digs, head to the beach. Travelers say the sand is always clean, beach chairs abound and the staff could not have been more attentive to guests. Plus, the resort offers complimentary access to sailing, windsurfing and snorkeling gear. If you're not in the mood for enjoying some sand and surf, you'll still find plenty of places to unwind around the resort's two massive pools. For an extra dose of pampering, book an appointment at the 13,000-square-foot Secrets Spa by Pevonia. Though spa services cost extra, past visitors say the massages and body treatments, which include everything from Swedish massages to seaweed wraps, are well worth the price.
- #10View all PhotosPuerto Vallarta#10 in Best All-Inclusive Resorts in MexicoTripAdvisor (1757)Free BreakfastFree ParkingFree WiFiRead MoreAdjacent to the Licenciado Gustavo Díaz Ordaz International Airport, Casa Velas, Puerto Vallarta's main structure resembles a Spanish hacienda estate. Guests are consistently wowed by the grounds – the landscaping and infinity pool of the Ocean Club evoke a sense of calm that visitors adore. That serene feeling extends to the SPA Casa Velas, where you can indulge in a revitalizing holistic massage or an anti-aging facial. Meanwhile, Casa Velas' restaurant Emiliano serves up traditional Mexican dishes. Once you're well-fed, bed down in one of the resort's suites; each room comes appointed with a snack-filled minibar, down comforter, cable TV and L'Occitane bath products. If you're looking for a little extra luxury, you may want to spring for a Grand Class Suite, which offers a private plunge pool and terrace. Beyond the resort's relaxing atmosphere, past visitors are also quick to compliment the warm and welcoming staff.
- #11View all PhotosCancun#11 in Best All-Inclusive Resorts in MexicoTripAdvisor (10567)Free BreakfastFree ParkingFree WiFiRead MoreLive Aqua Beach Resort Cancún invites you to "Be Yourself" at its adults-only, all-inclusive resort situated in the middle of Cancun, Mexico's Hotel Zone. And it certainly does not lack personalized touches. For sensitive swimmers, Live Aqua's seven pools, including infinity and lap pools, come in varying temperatures, so one of them is sure to be just right. You'll also have access to the beach, where you can post up in a private cabana. And as far as dining goes, you'll have your pick of three bars, a coffee shop and eight restaurants, which serve everything from Mediterranean fare to traditional Mexican cuisine. When you're ready to turn in for the evening, you'll find a minibar, a flat-screen TV and a spacious bathtub and shower in your room or suite. The daily $12.60 resort fee also covers in-room Wi-Fi access. Another bonus: Previous guests said the vistas overlooking the Caribbean Sea from the ocean-facing rooms are impressive. Past visitors also praised the gracious resort staff, who they said went above and beyond to cater to guests' needs.4.5-star Hotel ClassFree BreakfastFree ParkingFree WiFi
- #12View all PhotosPlaya del Carmen#12 in Best All-Inclusive Resorts in MexicoTripAdvisor (18785)Free BreakfastFree ParkingFree WiFiRead MoreThanks to its downtown Playa del Carmen, Mexico, location, this Hilton outpost grants guests easy access to both the beach and area bars. Travelers can walk to the Riviera Maya's soft sands for some sun and then stroll over to Playa del Carmen's Fifth Avenue, home to the city's most-loved shops, restaurants and nightlife venues. But that's not the only reason why travelers rave about this adults-only resort: Guests compliment the hospitable staff, the quality of the food at the resort's seven restaurants and the variety of amenities the property's all-inclusive room rates cover. When nighttime rolls around, you'll bed down in spacious accommodations outfitted with two-person Jacuzzis, flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi access and private terraces, balconies or patios. Some suites also boast direct beach or swim-up pool access. To save some coin, Hilton Honors rewards program members can cash in points here.
- #13View all PhotosCancun#13 in Best All-Inclusive Resorts in MexicoTripAdvisor (30304)Free BreakfastFree ParkingFree WiFiRead MoreGolfers rejoice: The all-inclusive Moon Palace Cancun boasts one of Cancun, Mexico's two Jack Nicklaus Signature golf courses, so you can traverse all 27 holes during your stay. But that's not to say that Moon Palace's only asset is its links. Its 36-room spa beckons to weary travelers, offering deep tissue massages and therapeutic body scrubs. At night, head down to NOIR nightclub, dine at one of 14 restaurants or catch a show in the amphitheater. Young visitors can join in on the fun with the Flowrider, the game-filled Wired teen lounge or the supervised Playroom, which offers multiple themed rooms and playgrounds for kids ages 4 to 10 or 12 to enjoy. When the day is over, hunker down in a guest room or suite appointed with a double whirlpool tub, Wi-Fi access, 24-hour room service and a flat-screen TV. Past guests suggest booking a room closer to the lobby on the second or third floor for the best ocean views.
- #14View all PhotosCancun#14 in Best All-Inclusive Resorts in MexicoTripAdvisor (7228)Free BreakfastFree ParkingFree WiFiRead MoreIf you've come to Cancun, Mexico, to party, then you'll probably want to find another property. Hyatt Zilara Cancun is all about relaxation and tranquility, which can make this adults-only, all-inclusive resort a little too quiet for some travelers. But if quiet is what you're looking for, then book one of this Hyatt outpost's suites, which feature ocean views (even in the bathrooms), two-person whirlpool tubs, rain showers and handcrafted wood furnishings. The price of your room includes access to two pools, including an Olympic-size pool, plus a fitness center, a white sand beach and daily activities like acrobatic circus shows, turtle releases and guacamole making classes. The all-inclusive package also covers meals at five eateries and unlimited alcoholic and nonalcoholic beverages at the property's three bars and lounges. If you choose a premium suite, you can also dine at the more intimate Chef's Plate, a chef's table experience with a sommelier and a menu that changes nightly. Additionally, you'll enjoy room service delivery into your room's "Magic Box" – a compartment that goes from your room to the hallway, allowing resort employees to deliver room service 24 hours a day without disturbing you. Because this property is part of the Hyatt family, World of Hyatt members can earn and redeem points during their stays.4.5-star Hotel ClassFree BreakfastFree ParkingFree WiFi
- #15View all PhotosPuerto Morelos#15 in Best All-Inclusive Resorts in MexicoTripAdvisor (1210)Free ParkingFree WiFiRead MoreIdeal for families, this resort in the Riviera Maya earns kudos for its spacious suites, caring staff and multiple pools. You'll have your pick of one- to four-bedroom suites, each equipped with either a kitchenette or full kitchen, a terrace, a flat-screen TV and free Wi-Fi access. In addition to the accommodations, the resort's roster of activities and facilities also impressed guests. When you're not soaking up the sun at the pool or the beach, indulge in a treatment at the spa, get a workout in at the 24-hour gym or make use of the resort's nonmotorized water sports equipment, tennis courts and bicycles. Aside from the ample amenities, the kids club also impressed lodgers with its variety of supervised activities, including sand art, face painting and air hockey. What's more, children 12 and younger stay for free. Where the resort fell short, according to reviewers, was in its restaurant offerings. Though the property offers two restaurants and an on-site beach bar and grill, the menu options can get repetitive if you're on the all-inclusive meal plan, recent guests noted. The hotel also offers a lobby cafe and bar and a pool bar, plus a small grocery store. Keep in mind, Leaders Club members can earn or redeem perks here. You'll find the Grand Residences Riviera Cancun about 2 miles south of Puerto Morelos, and about halfway between Cancun and Playa del Carmen.Free ParkingFree WiFi
- #16View all PhotosCancun#16 in Best All-Inclusive Resorts in MexicoTripAdvisor (10780)Free BreakfastFree ParkingFree WiFiRead MoreSecrets The Vine Cancun, an adults-only property, entices visitors with its impeccable grounds and stylish decor. Each of its 497 guest rooms and suites features a 42-inch satellite TV, a teak-furnished balcony, a tablet for ordering room service and making reservations, a Nespresso machine and a stocked minibar. And when you're ready to step outside your digs, you can grab a bite to eat at one of the seven gourmet eateries (or the 24-hour coffee shop), all of which the brand's Unlimited-Luxury all-inclusive room rates cover. Travelers especially praise the resort's versatile culinary offerings and entertainment options, which include everything from yoga to dance lessons to mixology classes. Plus, Unlimited-Luxury also grants guests access to top-shelf liquor (served chairside on the beach or at the pool if you wish), as well as other amenities like free wireless internet access and complimentary green fees at the nearby Playa Mujeres Golf Club. Secrets The Vine Cancun is located in the mid-section of Cancun, Mexico's Hotel Zone, about 10 miles northeast of Cancun International Airport.Free BreakfastFree ParkingFree WiFi
- #17View all PhotosPuerto Morelos#17 in Best All-Inclusive Resorts in MexicoTripAdvisor (15466)Free WiFiRead More
Sandwiched between the Dreams Riviera Cancun Resort & Spa and the Now Sapphire Riviera Cancun, this Excellence resort faces steep competition. But recent visitors say the adults-only resort rises to the challenge, providing superior customer service and a variety of premium amenities. What's more, you can take advantage of the Excellence Riviera Cancun's offerings without paying more than your nightly room rate. Recent visitors praise the resort's suites, which come appointed with extras like whirlpool bathtubs, flat-screen TVs, free wireless Internet and private balconies or patios. But you likely won't be spending much time indoors: The Excellence Riviera Cancun invites you to take advantage of its six pools and powdery sands. The resort also features tennis, basketball and volleyball courts, and for those in need of a little extra R&R, the Miilé Spa provides a variety of soothing treatments (at an extra cost). You can also enjoy meals at nine restaurants and drinks at 10 bars and lounges. You'll find this resort in Puerto Morelos, about 23 miles south of Cancun.Free WiFi
- #18View all PhotosSan Jose del Cabo, BCN#18 in Best All-Inclusive Resorts in MexicoTripAdvisor (2462)Free BreakfastFree ParkingFree WiFiRead MoreLocated 7 miles southwest of San José del Cabo, Mexico, Marquis Los Cabos All Inclusive Resort & Spa, as the name suggests, is an all-inclusive property that touts picturesque vistas, upscale amenities and a wide variety of resort activities. Previous visitors highlight the adults-only resort's abundant amenities – which include infinite libations at the on-site bars and lounges, gourmet dining and concierge service – as the biggest draw here. Guests also compliment the resort's extensive sands and three infinity pools. For an extra dose of relaxation, escape to the 13,000-square-foot Spa Marquis for a rejuvenating massage or treatment. Once you're feeling relaxed, satiate your appetite at one of five on-site restaurants. In the evening, cozy up in your spacious (albeit worn) suite or casita: All accommodations are appointed with terraces or balconies, satellite TVs, stocked minibars, free Wi-Fi access and separate showers and bathtubs. What's more, the property is part of The Leading Hotels of the World, meaning Leaders Club members have access to perks here.
- #19View all PhotosBahÃa de Conejos#19 in Best All-Inclusive Resorts in MexicoTripAdvisor (4993)Read More
Rubbing elbows with its sister AMResorts property Dreams Huatulco Resort & Spa, this Secrets resort wins guests over with its friendly customer service and spectacular views of Conejos Bay. Resting along the shores of Mexico's Pacific coast (about 5 miles east of the town of Huatulco), Secrets Huatulco Resort & Spa provides vacationers with stylish adults-only lodging. Previous visitors describe the 399 accommodations as elegant thanks to their colorful decor, Jacuzzi tubs, LCD satellite TVs, coffee makers and private balconies and terraces. But Secrets Huatulco's nightly room rate covers more than just classy digs: The resort's Unlimited-Luxury package also includes unlimited meals and beverages at nine restaurants and five bars and lounges, a variety of pastimes (including windsurfing, kayaking and snorkeling) and plenty of evening entertainment. If you prefer a less active vacation, allow Secrets Huatulco's staff members to bring you drinks as you lounge by the pool or on the beach. Or, for an extra fee, you can spend an afternoon getting pampered at the Secrets Spa by Pevonia.
- #20View all PhotosPuerto Morelos#20 in Best All-Inclusive Resorts in MexicoTripAdvisor (2634)Free WiFiRead More
What sets Zoëtry Paraiso de la Bonita Riviera Maya apart from the other AMResorts hotels in the area (including Now Jade, Now Sapphire and Secrets Silversands) is its boutique feel. And travelers say that the intimate ambiance of this resort allows Zoëtry Paraiso's staff members to cater to all guests. Another bonus: this resort offers travelers a hassle-free, all-inclusive experience through its Endless Privileges program. The rate covers your stay in one of the resort's oceanfront suites, which are all outfitted with private terraces, aromatherapy pillows and BVLGARI bath products. You'll also receive a complimentary bottle of sparkling wine and a fruit basket every day of your stay, as well as unlimited meals and drinks at Zoëtry Paraiso's four dining spots, including La Canoa Restaurant, a AAA Four Diamond Award-winning restaurant that dishes up zesty bites, such as octopus carpaccio and lobster ravioli. Complimentary greens fees at the Grand Coral Riviera Maya golf course and access to the Thalasso Center & Spa – with a complimentary treatment – are just some of the exclusive Endless Privileges you'll have on the grounds. Zoëtry Paraiso also boasts freshwater and saltwater swimming pools and opportunities to kayak, windsurf and bike. For a truly lavish stay, book a suite at the exclusive Impression Club at Zoëtry Paraiso de la Bonita Riviera Maya, where you'll find even more privacy, a private beach and luxe amenities. The resort sits along Puerto Morelos' coast, just 21 miles south of Cancun. And as a member of the Leading Hotels of the World, this property participates in the Leaders Club rewards program.Free WiFi
- #21View all PhotosRiviera Maya#21 in Best All-Inclusive Resorts in MexicoTripAdvisor (6846)Free WiFiRead More
Sharing real estate with its sister resorts, the IBEROSTAR Paraíso Lindo and the IBEROSTAR Paraíso Maya, the IBEROSTAR Grand Hotel Paraíso earns rave reviews from guests for its expansive stretch of sand, its gracious hospitality and its ample amenities. While staying at this all-inclusive hotel along the Riviera Maya coast (about 13 miles northeast of Playa del Carmen), you'll have access to three pools and an on-site P.B. Dye-designed golf course. You can indulge in a treatment at the 9,843-square-foot Paradise Beach Resort Spa or partake in a bevy of activities (including tennis, snorkeling and kayaking). In terms of lodging, IBEROSTAR Grand Hotel Paraíso houses 310 suites that are adorned in bright orange hues and equipped with Jacuzzis, minibars, cable TVs and private balconies. What's more, the resort's nightly room rates cover breakfast, lunch, dinner and drinks at its four a la carte restaurants, two buffets, snack joint and seven on-site bars (plus 24-hour room service). But for many guests, the best part about this IBEROSTAR's all-inclusive package is the complimentary butler service.Free WiFi
- #22View all PhotosPuerto Vallarta#22 in Best All-Inclusive Resorts in MexicoTripAdvisor (2186)Free ParkingRead MoreLocated less than 10 miles south of downtown Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, and removed from the area's bars, shops and other resorts, Garza Blanca Preserve Resort & Spa attracts travelers seeking seclusion. According to past visitors, the resort's grounds are lush and peaceful, especially around the infinity pool. The beach also gets its fair share of praise, though guests caution that the sand can be a bit rocky. To truly bask in the splendor of Garza Blanca, try an aromatherapy massage at Spa Imagine or a dip in one of the resort's Jacuzzis. As for dining, Blanca Blue Restaurant and Lounge, BocaDos STK and Aquazul Beach Bar & Lounge earn high praise from past guests, who applaud the attentive staff and tasty dishes (which are covered by the property's optional all-inclusive room rates). Should you crave more variety, a plethora of dining options can be found nearby in Puerto Vallarta. Previous guests also raved about the guest rooms and suites, which feature flat-screen TVs and hammocks on private balconies or terraces that overlook the ocean.Free Parking
- #23View all PhotosMazatlan#23 in Best All-Inclusive Resorts in MexicoTripAdvisor (3594)Free BreakfastFree ParkingFree WiFiRead MoreAlthough its secluded location on the northern edge of town may pose a challenge for some sightseers, Pueblo Bonito Emerald Bay Resort spares its guests from the crowded beaches and noisy surroundings of Mazatlan's Golden Zone. The 20-acre, palm tree-laden property faces the Pacific Ocean and features a sprawling pool with prime coastal views. The resort's 378 suites and villas also offer striking vistas from their private balconies and terraces. Accommodations also feature kitchenettes, satellite TVs and Wi-Fi access. Some guests note that the room decor feels a little dated, but overall, recent visitors were pleased with their accommodations; for the best views, travelers recommend booking a room on one of the upper floors. Another bonus: Pueblo Bonito Emerald Bay offers an all-inclusive optional rate that covers meals and drinks at any of the on-site restaurants and bars (and shuttle service to sister property Pueblo Bonito Mazatlán), plus a variety of daily activities, including Spanish lessons and guided hikes. However, a rejuvenating massage at The Armonia Spa at Pueblo Bonito Emerald Bay will cost extra.4.0-star Hotel ClassFree BreakfastFree ParkingFree WiFi
- #24View all PhotosPlaya del Carmen#24 in Best All-Inclusive Resorts in MexicoTripAdvisor (908)Free BreakfastFree ParkingFree WiFiRead MoreLocated in the upscale Playacar neighborhood of southern Playa del Carmen, Mexico, Playacar Palace earns rave reviews from past guests for its quality customer service. Many travelers credit the all-inclusive resort's friendly employees with making Playacar Palace feel truly palatial. The 201 guest rooms and suites feature Smart TVs, complimentary Wi-Fi access, liquor cabinets, and, in some cases, personal Jacuzzi tubs. But travelers don't need to spend much time in their rooms: Playacar Palace cozies up to an expansive stretch of Riviera Maya shoreline and tempts guests out of their abodes with a large pool, three restaurants and soothing spa treatments at the Awe Spa.4.0-star Hotel ClassFree BreakfastFree ParkingFree WiFi
- #25View all PhotosCabo San Lucas, BCN#25 in Best All-Inclusive Resorts in MexicoTripAdvisor (4657)Free BreakfastFree ParkingFree WiFiRead MoreSitting 3 miles southwest of downtown Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, the all-inclusive Pueblo Bonito Pacifica Golf & Spa Resort draws travelers looking for a secluded getaway. All 201 rooms and suites feature beige- and coffee-colored decor, minibars, satellite TVs and free internet access. If you come to catch some rays, you'll find plenty of room to sprawl across the resort's 2½-mile-long sandy beach (just don't dive in; the rough waves and high surf make the water unsafe for swimming). After you've had enough sun, head to one of the resort's two refreshing pools to cool off. Should you prefer a little more activity, you can tee off at the resort's Quivira Golf Club or venture to downtown Cabo San Lucas to soak up the sights and nightlife. Whether you linger on the resort or embark on an off-site excursion, you can refuel at one of the property's five restaurants. For an extra dose of relaxation, unwind at the award-winning Armonia Spa. But remember, this property only permits adults, so if you've got little ones in tow, you'll want to stay elsewhere.4.5-star Hotel ClassFree BreakfastFree ParkingFree WiFi
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