My fiancé and I really want to enjoy an all inclusive Mexico honeymoon. Adult only resort. I need recommendations on different locations perfurably somewhere close to the beach. Let me know your pros and cons if you stayed for a vacation. Thank you so much
I have stayed at a few different resorts in Mexico. I don't think any were adults only but there were very few kiddos. I really like Ocean Coral & Turquesa, it isn't adults only but I saw kids only when I went to areas that were kid friendly. You can definitely find adults only by Google search. A lot of the resorts are similar but vary with food options and price.
We stayed at secrets playa mujres (which is one of the Cancun resorts). It was truly amazing!! We got a honeymoon package so they did some cute stuff like champagne in our room and a banner on the door. We had so much fun we will be going to their Cabo resort next since it is closer!
My good friend recommended Valentin Imperial in Riviera Maya. They went there for their honeymoon and have been back every year since. They love it and we can’t wait to go! Look on cheap Caribbean for deals. The resort is all inclusive and is adults only!
Hideaway at Royalton was amazing in Cancun/riviera maya. Every single restaurant and the buffet was delicious, really nice rooms. The adult side is called hideaway and you have your own beach area and pools etc.
My FH and I recently (October) went to Breathless in Cancun. It was right on the beach, a 15 minute drive from the airport, and super modern/new. Honestly, it was an unforgettable vacation due to the resort being so nice! The only con is it was pricy (we paid $2600 for 2 people for 4 nights/4 days).
I've been looking for an all-inclusive adults-only in Cancun also and found Hotel Riu Palace Las Americas. The pictures are beautiful, and they have several different room options. My mother has been to this resort and she highly recommends it. My fiance and I aren't getting married until October 2020 so we haven't booked yet. Good luck!