Azul Fives Hotel, by Karisma

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RIVIERA MAYA, Mexico— The second stop of Travel Agent’s recent one-week tour of the Riviera Maya and Cancun properties was the impressive Azul Fives Hotel, by Karisma in Playa del Carmen, which is slated to open December 1. Like our host property, the new Azul Sensatori Hotel, by Karisma that we told you about Wednesday, this was also unlike many all-inclusive properties we’ve visited in the past.

Just 15 minutes from the heart of Playa del Carmen, this resort features close to 360 rooms. But lets get right to point: Go no further than booking the one-bedroom suite. There perhaps is no room more impressive at this price. You can book a one-bedroom suite and a Deluxe Room next door, essentially making up a two-bedroom suite. The stairs of the one-bedroom suite lead to the rooftop where a Jacuzzi, a bed, a bar and wrap-around couch await. The Jacuzzi is high enough so a client can appreciate the views even while he or she is in it. The rooftop area can accommodate between 30-40 people and the room, including the Deluxe Room, can have up to six people for a total cost of about $1,100 or about $150-$170 a person, per night.

Think about it: $150-$170 per person, all-inclusive with some of the best amenities you can get anywhere in Mexico. This is the perfect spot for a bachelor or bachelorette party or perhaps something a bit classier like a family reunion. A personal chef and/or bartender can also be hired for this room at an extra cost. Agents should contact Alexia Muralt, sales manager, at 011-52-998-872-8080 or [email protected]. Stay tuned as Travel Agent brings you more properties we saw during our one-week tour of Riviera Maya and Cancun resorts.

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