Should you go on an all-inclusive getaway to Mexico?

Hotel Riu Palace Mexico

You are a hard working 20-something and only have 25 days off every year. Going on an all-inclusive vacation might feel like you are not making the most of your holidays. Sounds familiar? I believe that nothing could be further form the truth. You have actually allowed yourself the gift of an all-inclusive getaway. The gift to unwind and relax from everyday stress. Una vida tranquila – if only for a week.

Why go all-inclusive?

The main reason people book an all-inclusive holiday is to truly enjoy a worry-free vacation. If your biggest worry is going for breakfast at 7AM or 7.30AM, I would say you have it all down. In an all-inclusive resort your stay, unlimited food and drinks, activities and entertainment are all covered in the booking price of your hotel – without unexpected costs.

Where to go all-inclusive?

All over the world you will find all-inclusive resorts. Popular destinations include the Carribean islands, the Bahamas and Mexico. The thing that all these destinations have in common are the dreamy, white sand beaches lined with palm trees.

One of the most famous seaside resorts are Cancún and Playa del Carmen in Mexico. The most luxurous hotels are located here, one after another. What they all have in common? The beach is their backyard.

The beaches of Cancún and Playa del Carmen are stacked with sunbeds. Every hotel has set up numurous sunbeds underneath the palm trees – with no fundamental distinction except the color of the sunbeds.

What to expect from all-inclusive?

When you choose a 5 star all-inclusive resort, you are in for a real treat. We stayed at the Riu Palace Mexico in Playa del Carmen, which has four swimming pools, six restaurants and a private beach. There is an entertainment team

Hotel Riu Palace Mexico

Hotel Riu Palace Mexico swimming pool

Playa del Carmen beach

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