Occidental At Xcaret Destination

The Occidental At Xcaret Destination is incredibly impressive. It comes with six pools, five a la carte eateries and its own sand-sprinkled cove.

The pool scene includes something for everyone. The main pool’s a place for all the family to splash around and have fun. You can get a slam dunk in the basketball net or grab a drink from the swim-up bar. Elsewhere, there’s a saltwater adults-only number and a peanut-shaped pool with a stone bridge.

Mini golf, shuffleboard, archery and tennis are in the things-to-do line-up. The hotel-run kids’ club takes care of four to 12-year-olds, putting on team games and trips to the beach. After your evening meal, there’s a 10-strong squad of bars, a nightclub and a theatre.

Overview of Riviera Maya

Riviera Maya is an incredibly popular spot for a holiday to Mexico. It’s a resort that blends ancient Mayan cultural heritage, spiritual yoga retreats and a permanently sunny shoreline.

It’s a diverse and exceptionally beautiful place that delivers big Latin flavours. It’s home to incredibly stylish hotels like the Occidental At Xcaret Destination, white-sand beaches and waters that are incredibly popular with scuba divers.

Whether you want to lounge on the beach, explore ancient Mayan history or learn more about your spirituality, Riviera Maya is the resort for you!

Things to do in Riviera Maya

The Occidental At Xcaret Destination is adjacent to Xcaret Park. It’s a great place for explorers who can head on river-rafting safaris, visit a rainbow-coloured Mexican mansion and explore an ancient Mayan village. If you’d like to meet the local wildlife, you can spend a fascinating day at the Sian Ka’an biosphere reserve where you’ll see dolphins, manta rays and other exotic species.

If you’re in search of a little spirituality, then the yoga retreats of Tulum are only a short drive away. Enjoy a holiday to Mexico where you’re surrounded by luxury with a trip to Riviera Maya.


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