Oasis Hotels & Resorts To Re-Introduce Oasis Riviera Maya, Oasis Viva Properties

Effective May 1, Oasis Hotels & Resorts will be re-introducing the Oasis Riviera Maya and Oasis Viva properties, says Enrique Klein, vice president of sales and marketing, for the hotel company.



The former Grand Oasis Riviera Maya will operate under the new name Oasis Tulum, while the Grand Oasis Viva and Oasis Viva will be maintaining their names. Both properties will be accepting guests beginning May 1.
 


The 312-room Oasis Tulum offers guests a "Chill Out" environment in the heart of the Riviera Maya just 10 miles from the archaeological sites of Tulum and 15 miles from Playa del Carmen.

The property is also close to the theme parks of Xcaret and Xel-Ha and 10 minutes from the charming towns of Akumal and Tulum. An 18-hole golf course is right next door. The property features seven restaurants, eight bars, several pools, tennis courts, a scuba diving center, fishing activities, a Kin Ha Spa and Kin Ha Jungle Spa, yoga, a gym, and a native steam bath.

Rates will start from $65 per person, per night all-inclusive for stays May 1 to June 30 and August 16 to December 20. Rates from July 1 to August 15 start from $70 per person, per night, all inclusive. Two children (12 and under) stay and eat free when sharing accommodations with two paying adults utilizing existing bedding.
 


The Grand Oasis Viva and Oasis Viva are perfect for travelers who want an all-inclusive resort located on one of the best beaches in Cancun.  The properties feature 441 rooms plus six restaurants, five bars, two pools, the Kin Ha Spa, and non-motorized water sports.

Rates will start from $60 for stays May 1 to June 30, $65 from August 16 to December 20, and from $70 July 1 to August 15. All rates quoted are per person, per night, all inclusive. Two children (12 and under) stay and eat free when sharing accommodations with two paying adults utilizing existing bedding.

Visit www.oasishotels.com.

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