Bahia Principe Grand Coba

The Grand Bahia Principe Coba is impressive in terms of both size and amenities, with two unique lake-style pools to enjoy, as well as six restaurants. Both pools have a swim-up bar, and the kids can enjoy a safe splash around too, in the on-site water park. With access to a private beach, the Grand Bahia Principe Coba offers guests a real sense of exclusivity, as well as luxury. A stay here means ample-sized bedrooms, and an extensive roster of live entertainment. Playa del Carmen is only a 25-minute drive away, if you fancy an evening off off-site.

Overview of Riviera Maya

Holidays to Mexico offer a fantastic combination of beautiful beaches, great food and fascinating culture – which is why so many people dream of visiting it. With a host of different areas to enjoy, choosing just one can be tricky…but some are difficult to beat when it comes to offering unforgettable experiences. Riviera Maya is a truly stunning Mexican destination, featuring luxury hotels, white sands and some of the clearest turquoise waters you’ve ever seen. It’s also beautifully positioned for wider exploration, with Mayan ruins and villages nearby, as well as a restorative yoga retreat.

Things to do in Riviera Maya

Diving fanatics and newbies alike will want to spend as much time as possible in the turquoise waters of the Riviera Maya. Crystal-clear and wonderfully warm, the water is perfect for navigating the coral reefs and getting acquainted with the local marine life. Yoga fans also flock to Riviera Maya, as just a short drive away is a fantastic yoga retreat. Here, you can spend hours getting back to you, through guided poses and meditation. A day trip to Tulum is a must for anyone wanting to understand more about Mayan culture. With plenty of ruins to explore, this historic city is a real eye-opener.


Resort Summary

The Riviera Maya is home to the exotic and the beautiful and is an area of contrasts. Made up of luxury resorts, and with a fabulous reputation for opulence, Riviera Maya – on Mexico’s Yucutan Penninsula – is always popular. However, if you’re in search of a little spirituality, then the yoga retreats and Mayan ruins in Tulum, a 40-minute drive away from Playacar are within easy reach.

Scuba diving and snorkelling are all popular in the idyllic water of the Caribbean. There are also numerous golf courses, the Playacar golf resort is just one of many. Nature lovers can spend a fascinating day at the Sian Ka’an biosphere reserve where you’ll see dolphins, manta rays and many other exotic species. If you’re looking for a Riviera Maya All Inclusive holiday there are plenty to choose from, so start planning your trip now