Are you ready for a vacation in Mexico? Within the Riviera Maya, you’ll find Playa del Carmen and where a lot of cruise ships dock for a day. A popular place for tourist not just for the beach and sun but the Mexican theme park, Xcaret Eco Park, an “eco-archaeological park” too.
In Playa del Carmen, you will notice a significant Argentinian, Canadian and European influence as well as many American, European and South American businesses. And it isn’t just a tourist town either, those who are backpacking to find themselves or their place in the world have found it here too.
What was once a small fishing town, Playa del Carmen now caters to the tourist industry and offers a passenger ferry to Cozumel. A recent development of luxury residential condominium buildings along with boutiques, entertainment venues and multiple restaurants make this a destination hotspot for many. If condos aren’t your style, the hotels are plentiful too.
Located in the heart of Playa del Carmen, you’ll find 3 pools that are ocean-front situated along with a spa and wellness centre. The architecture is splendid and will remind you of a Cenote. The Grand Hyatt Playa del Carmen Resort is designed with natural elements and located in Mamita’s Beach.
Each room has air conditioning, television and comfortable seating as well as an iPod dock so you can bring your tunes along with you. A coffee machine and a dining area allow you to make this your home while you’re here and the private bath has either a bath or shower and a hairdryer is furnished.
Enjoy the elegant, multi-purpose ballroom activities or tour the surroundings like the famous shopping you’ve heard about or the party scenes that are all around at night. You’ll be just over 34 miles from the Cancún International Airport.
This resort is a resort like no other. Sitting right on the beachfront in Playa del Carmen, it offers two outdoor pools, massages and yoga classes. Guarantee you room will have a hammock on its own terrace and a view of gardens that will take your breath away. These Mayan decorated rooms are air-conditioned and spacious but outside communication like phones do not exist. Nor is there any television or radio either but with all the things there are to do, like a walk to 5th Avenue, you won’t miss them!
You won’t be far from the live music and night life, but when you’re ready to quietly rest, your room will be waiting for you. Just 45 minutes away is the Tulum National Park where you can get a guided tour of the Mayan Ruins too. The La Loma serves buffet meals and 4-course set dinners along with a nightly theme that you’ll find entertaining and fun.