Ocean Riviera Paradise

Set right on the beach, the Ocean Riviera Paradise has it all going on. With a grand total of 10 restaurants serving everything from Italian and Mexican to teppanyaki and hamburgers, there’s plenty to tantalise those tastebuds. Spend lazy days swimming or relaxing by one of five pools or enjoy some volleyball, tennis or aerobics. There’s plenty for youngsters too with kids’ clubs and a club for teens open from 2pm to 10pm. While the little darlings are entertained, the grown ups can indulge in a treatment or two at the beauty salon and spa, payable locally.

Overview of Mexico, Caribbean Coast

Imagine a destination promising swathes of white sands and swaying palms. Throw in some water sports, fascinating Mayan ruins and all-inclusive hotels such as the Ocean Riviera Paradise and you’re starting to get an idea of what holidays to Mexico and it’s Caribbean Coast are like. This stretch of coastline, incorporating a string of resorts including Cancun, Playacar and the Riviera Maya, offers a classic Caribbean holiday experience with a dash of Mexican spice. If you can tear yourself away from the picture-postcard beaches, an array of exciting day trips await during your trip.

Things to do in Riviera Maya

When you stay at the Ocean Riviera Paradise, you’ll be steps from the beach, so you won’t have to wander too far to feel the sand between your toes. If you can bear to leave your poolside lounger at the Ocean Riviera Paradise, there are an array of things to see and do in and around Riviera Maya. Mayan ruins are a Mexico must-see so be sure to check out the preserved city of Tulum, a popular day trip from the resort. For the ultimate in relaxation with the option of water sports and sightseeing, Mexico’s Riviera Maya is on point.

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