Posts about ‘All Inclusive Resorts’

Consider your valentine’s mind blown.

With new convention centers and new business-friendly hotels from JW Marriott, Westin and Le Meridien, Mexico is attracting more business travel than ever.

Travelers looking for an eco-friendly hotel will do well at properties like Hotel Terra and Element Hotel, both of which use ecological materials and services.

Pirate lore and a world-class wine cellar make the luxurious Bahamian B&B Graycliff worth a visit.

You can mix business with pleasure when you visit Caribbean resorts operated by Marriott International and Renaissance Hotels, on prime stretches of Puerto Rico beaches.

From Palace Resorts and Hard Rock Hotels to Secrets Resorts and Camino Real, Mexico is home to a slew of new hotels that are both business- and family-friendly.

Hotels including Dreams Puerto Vallarta, Four Seasons Punta Mita and a brand-new Hard Rock hotel are making Puerto Vallarta and the Riviera Nayarit more exciting than ever.

Puerto Vallarta and the Riviera Nayarit are gearing up to host the Tianguis Turistico, Mexico’s biggest annual tourism conference.

For Cancun business meetings and special events, Oasis Hotels and Resorts offers a variety of all inclusive options.

Adonis Tulum has a spa, five restaurants and lounges and a sumptuous swim-up bar. It sits five minutes from one of the most celebrated ancient sites of the Yucatan. Like many all-inclusive resorts, it comes with a treasure trove of treats. Also, it’s gay.

What makes an all-inclusive – or any resort, for that matter – gay? More than anything else, says the resort’s E-Commerce sales executive Fernando García Castro, it’s a palpable sense of comfort and an atmosphere where guests feel free to be themselves.

What makes an all-inclusive – or any resort, for that matter – gay? More than anything else, says the resort’s E-Commerce sales executive Fernando García Castro, it’s a palpable sense of comfort and an atmosphere where guests feel free to be themselves.

Looking south to Mexico for your next business meeting? Here are five must-see destinations, along with some of the best Mexico hotels.

Running roughly 20 miles along the main road near Puerto Morales is the Riviera Maya’s “cenote route,” a vast collection of azure pools where you can snorkel, scuba, and get your Eden on.

For all the cutting-edge hotel amenities out there—in-room Nespresso machines, touchscreen panels, peek-a-boo bathrooms—some of us will always be happiest to see a Ping-Pong table tucked somewhere on the grounds. After you’ve spent hours on a plane or in a car or meeting, can anything beat a ripping game of table tennis? There are basically two types of hotels where you might find one….

Business and incentive groups will find more choices than ever at Karisma’s two Mexico hotel brands: El Dorado Spa Resorts & Hotels and Azul Hotels.

All-inclusive vacations were made for people who want to be treated like royalty. I can say this, because I do. I’m also a firm believer that achieving a state of laziness – without venturing into the territory of sloth – should be the primary objective of all summer vacations, be they beach vacations with your significant other or family vacations with the whole clan. Here’s a rundown of five great all-inclusive vacation spots for cool kiddie fun, awesome activities and killer pools.

If your love the beach, but also enjoy trying your luck in casinos, what could be more perfect than a summer vacation at a coastal casino and resort? Whether you want a just a little gambling with your beach or a little beach with your gambling, here are a few gorgeous spots that are the best of both worlds!

If you’re planning a Mexico vacation, why not pick a beautiful spot different from the usual destinations? Riviera Maya, or Mayan Riviera, is a lush area of tropical beaches, wildlife and ancient ruins. Starting just south of Cancun’s airport and stretching along a coastal highway, this gorgeous coast continues beyond the town of Tulum into Costa Rica. The Mayan ruins at Tulum are the only archeological site near the ocean and there are good choices in hotels that offer easy access to Tulum ruins.

Many luxury all-inclusives have some sort of meeting space, and can also arrange for private group dining and themed events for business groups both large and small. In addition, a growing number have full-fledged convention space with audiovisual equipment and business services.

If there’s one thing everyone loves, it’s a great pool. Not your average, run of the mill swimming hole — but a bona fide, grandiose pool that makes wading on the shores of even the most pristine beach seem like a step down in quality. The four Riviera Maya hotels below all share the one thing in common that brings the aquaphiles running: pools that make you go “wow.”

There’s something about colonial architecture set amid island greenery that’s fascinating to the eye, and even more thrilling to the rest of the senses. Perhaps it evokes romantic images of bygone eras, or maybe it gives people a vague notion of traveling backwards in time—whatever it is, it’s an insanely appealing combination. Throw in all the comforts of contemporary life, and it’s a combo you simply can’t pass up. There are some Montego Bay hotels that do this better than others. Case in point: the Riu Montego Bay All-Inclusive, a sprawling resort situated right on the shore of Mahoe Bay just a few miles from Montego Bay. So what makes the Riu “all that” when compared to other Montego Bay resorts?

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