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Mexico

Luxury Family Hotels In Mexico

Belmond Maroma Resort & Spa

Set among verdant jungle beside a white sandy beach, Belmond Maroma Resort & Spa is one of Mexico’s top luxury…

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The Ritz-Carlton Cancun

Overlooking the Caribbean Sea in Cancun, The Ritz-Carlton Cancun is a luxury resort which embraces both the vibrant heart of…

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Fairmont Mayakoba

Nestled among tropical forest and mangroves on Mexico’s Riviera Maya, the eco-friendly Fairmont Mayakoba is a luxury retreat and an…

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Club Med Cancun Yucatan

With its traditional central square, bungalow-style haciendas and speciality restaurants, Club Med Cancun Yucatan offers families access to a stunning…

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Grand Velas Riviera Maya

Surrounded by acres of white sand beach, mangroves and the Mayan jungle of the Caribbean Coast, Grand Velas Riviera Maya…

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Occidental Grand Xcaret

Surrounded by an ecological reserve on Mexico's Mayan Riviera, the All Inclusive Occidental Grand Xcaret is a large family resort…

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Mexico’s Mayan Riviera, located in the Yucatan Peninsula and once home to small fishing villages, has been developed into a modern tourist corridor offering the very best of high-end luxury resorts, fine dining, nightlife, spa retreats, shopping and golf. The region is home to some stunningly beautiful beaches with expansive stretches of powdery white sand lapped by the clear turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea.

The Yucatan Peninsula offers a wealth of historical and ecological attractions including New Seven Wonder of the World Chichen Itza, the coastal archaeological site of Tulum, eco-park and the world’s largest aquarium at Xel-Ha and natural park Xcaret. The region is one of the world’s top destinations for scuba diving and snorkelling, with an expansive coral reef system extending just off the coast hosting a dizzying array of marine life including tropical fish, manta rays, dolphins and whale sharks.

Adventurous travellers can venture off the beaten path to visit traditional Maya villages where you will witness the traditions and culture of this fascinating region and sample the local cuisine. Or take a dip in a Cenote, a large, naturally occurring underground freshwater swimming pool revealing a secret subterranean world around since the time of the ancient Maya.