There are two vacation hot spots in the Mexican Caribbean
worth mentioning: the Catalonia Riviera Maya Hotel and the Catalonia Royal Tulum. The adults-only, all-inclusive Catalonia Royal Tulum advertises itself as an environmentally friendly hotel with guest rooms that look out over native habitat. The Catalonia Riviera Maya Hotel is a family-friendly, all-inclusive resort
that welcomes families to its beach
front locale without scrimping on luxury.
Catalonia Riviera Maya Hotel: Location and Appeal
Catalonia Riviera Maya Hotel is located in Puerto Aventuras on the Mexican Caribbean coast. This hotel is a beach-front getaway located fifteen minutes from Playa del Carmen and an hour from the Cancun International Airport and is family-friendly. The resort is nestled in a tropical jungle offering guests plenty of opportunities to see wildlife (i.e. bird, lizards and plants). The hotel is also surrounded by white sandy beaches and a crystal clear ocean (see references).
Avenida Xcacel Lote 1 Plano 2 Mz. 18
Puerto Aventuras 77783, Mexico
Catalonia Royal Tulum: Location and Appeal
Catalonia Royal Tulum is located in Xpu-ha on the Mexican Caribbean coast. This resort is an adults-only resort. Guests will enjoy the area's white sand beaches and crystal clear water. The resort is also surrounded by a lush jungle, exotic plants, mangroves and natural springs (see references).
Carretera Cancun Chetumal Km. 264.5
Xpu-ha 77790, Mexico
Catalonia Riviera Maya Hotel: Rates and Features
As of May 2009, the rate to stay at Catalonia Riviera Maya Hotel is between $80 and $110 per person/night. The resort has 5 swimming pools, a 9-hole golf course, a tennis court, several shops, a gym and a children's club. It also has 5 restaurants with a variety of cuisines and 6 bars. There's also a nightclub (see references).
Catalonia Royal Tulum: Rates and Features
As of May 2009, the rate to stay at Catalonia Royal Tulum is between $90 and $200 per person/night. The resort has excursions and tours, Mexican art and crafts fair, an outdoor pool and 4 outdoor whirl pools. It has 7 restaurants with a variety of cuisines. There are also 4 bars offering snacks, drinks, juices and soft drinks (see references).
Lorei Velazco worked as a journalist for a television station, in marketing, sales, education and fitness. She holds two Bachelor’s degrees in communications and education.