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All Inclusive Mexico Resorts

All inclusive resorts in Mexico are hugely popular with families, who love their beautiful beaches, kids' programs, daily activities and entertainment, and pools with fun features such as waterslides. (Keep in mind that kids clubs are typically not as extensive in Mexico as some of the programs found at Caribbean resorts.)
  1. All Inclusive Cancun Resorts (16)

Major Areas in Mexico for All Inclusive Resorts
Top areas, with plenty of choices for families, include Cancun, Riviera Maya, Los Cabos, Riviera Nayarit (the area north of Puerto Vallarta), and more.

Resorts with Baby and Toddler Kids Clubs
Almost every all inclusive that welcomes families offers a kids club, but often these are only for ages four to twelve. Have a look at these resorts, that offer nurseries or baby clubs.

Mexico Resorts: Tips and Cautions
Much as families love their all inclusive resorts, still there are issues that are frequently cited by guests, and questions that recur. Read about tipping, quality of kids clubs, whether pools are heated, and more.

Mayan Riviera
The "Mayan Riviera" south of Cancun deserves a special mention: not only does the area have many many all inclusive resorts, it's also a fun and fascinating place to visit, with coral reef, snorkeling lagoons, Mayan ruins, cenotes, and eco-theme parks. Many families do day-trips from Cancun.

Mexico All Inclusives Resorts in Other Areas: Avalon Reef Club, Isla Mujeres
Just a twenty-minute ferry ride from busy Cancun is the laid-back small island of Isla Mujeres, where this value-priced resort has its own private islet. The gentle beaches are good for tots, and the resort has a kids club for ages four to twelve. Take a short stroll and explore the little town.

Club Med Ixtapa Pacific, Ixtapa/Zihuatanejo
Club Med is known for awesome kids' programs, great outdoors recreation, and unique friendly ambiance. This resort is on Mexico's west coast and is served by the airport at Zihuatanejo. The resort has trapeze, in-line skating, archery, plus the usual land sports and watersports; it also has Baby Club Med and Petit Club Med, though you'll have to...

El Cozumeleno, on Cozumel
The island of Cozumel is offshore from Playa del Carmen, the main town in the Mayan Riviera south of Cancun. Popular with families, El Cozumeleno is just five minutes from the Cozumel airport. Cozumel can also be reached by a 40-minute ferry ride from Playa del Carmen.

Melia Azul Ixtapa
Ixtapa is on the west coast of Mexico, and this resort is part of the Sol Melia chain, which has a number of all inclusives in Mexico. The Melia Azul Ixtapa has pools on three levels, with waterfalls between; a kiddie pool with waterslides and other water park features; and a kids clubs for ages 2 to 12.

Ten Top All Inclusive Resorts in Mexico
Check out ten getaways in various destinations and at different price points, with features that families like such as excellent kids programs and lazy rivers and other waterpark features.

Mexico Resorts: Tips and Cautions
Much as families love their all inclusive resorts, still there are issues that are frequently cited by guests, and questions that recur... Read about tipping at all inclusives, quality of kids clubs,whether pools are heated, and more.

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