Topic: All Inclusive Resorts
The new Planet Hollywood resort brand is coming to Cancun later this year. Here's an inside look at what guests can expect from the property.
Officials shared more details on the Apple Leisure Group company’s expansion plans in Mexico, as well as the rebranding of three Reflect Resorts & Spas properties, at this year’s Tianguis Turistico. Take a look.
At this year's Tianguis Turistico, Posadas outlined an aggressive growth plan. Here's what to expect.
The adults-only resort has reopened following updates to its interiors and exteriors, including a redesigned lobby, enhanced meeting space, new guest suites, refreshed restaurants and newly decorated common spaces. Here’s a look at what’s new.
Barceló Maya Grand Resort is also unveiling one of the largest convention centers in the region, Barceló Maya Arena. See more.
It may be known among jet setters for its EP hotels, including the newly opened Nobu Hotel Los Cabos, but there are plenty of all-inclusives popping up in Los Cabos. Here's what you need to know.
Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. has signed a letter of intent with the resort’s owners to begin exclusive negotiations on the deal, which is subject to approval by the Bahamian government. Here’s the latest.
There have been a host of exciting new developments in the all-inclusive scene in Cancun and the Riviera Maya over the past year. Here's what to keep on your radar.
AIC Hotel Group reports that it is expanding its partnership with the kids’ music brand to bring the KIDZ BOP Experience, first launched at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Punta Cana, to the Hard Rock Hotel Riviera Maya this summer. Here's what guests can expect.
From new favorites to old standbys, there are plenty of options for families looking to book a vacation at an all-inclusive resort in Mexico, according to our latest class of 30Under30 travel agents.