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Get More Inclusive Than All-Inclusive at These Resorts

Get More Inclusive Than All-Inclusive at These Resorts

Get More Inclusive Than All-Inclusive at These Resorts

Get More Inclusive Than All-Inclusive at These Resorts

What’s new? What’s next? 

Few questions are asked more often in travel, an industry that’s constantly on the move in every way, trying to outdo itself in surprise and delight. Because travel isn’t just about getting somewhere and staying there, nor is it just about wandering around aimlessly or herded about. It’s about experience – being present and doing things that are out of the ordinary, and enjoying the finer things about life on this planet.

… Which is why all-inclusive just isn’t enough anymore for Lomas Hospitality-affiliated hotels and resorts.

Beginning April 1, 2024, El Dorado, Generations, Palafitos, and Hidden Beach hotels and spa resorts in Riviera Maya are introducing the More Inclusive concept at all of these properties. As of bookings checking in on that date and beyond, activities are unlimited, and available more than once per stay. More Inclusive concierges will be stationed at their own desk in the lobbies of each respective property, able to assist with saving a spot for guests on their included activities. Best of all, they can plan their schedule all at once, allowing them to enjoy the amenities at their own pace.

Let’s take a look at the activities – complete with round-trip transportation from the hotel – that are now part and parcel of any stay at any of these Riviera Maya resorts.

Marina Maroma

Start with brunch at the marina restaurant, available from 10 AM to 5 PM daily, complete with alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks to start or finish off the day as you please. Both are included as part of the More Inclusive offer at this beach club! Then jump into non-motorized activities like kayaking, snorkeling, and stand-up paddleboarding – they’re included, among other recreational diversions you can upgrade to. When you’re ready to wind down, there’s towel service for ultimate convenience.

Catamaran Excursion

There’s no better way to better enjoy life on the shore than out on the sea. A three-hour day tour cruising around Maroma Beach over the Great Mayan Reef, which guests get time to snorkel in, takes that pleasure to the max. Make sure to make a reservation at the More Inclusive desk to take part. You should also bring $10 for a locker deposit and small bills for tips, but equipment (including a snorkel tube with a brand-new mouthpiece), guide, and shared transportation to and from the hotel are all included.

Aqua Nick™ Water Park

Children and children at heart can find no shortage of fun at the special water park at the Nickelodeon. The Ninja Turtles, SpongeBob and friends, Paw Patrol characters, and more are all incorporated into elements of this water park, admission for which is valued at $99 per adult for a base ticket. With that come access to an activity pool, 21 slides, two rivers, and four Aqua Bites stations for snacks and a bar. Lomas Hospitality visitors are welcome to eat and drink freely, between spending the day at play or on one of many plentiful lounge chairs.

Bonanza Eco-Park

Sure, there’s plenty for water-lovers, but landlubbers have their own active adventure option. They can giddy up for a guided visit to a local ranch to see the rescued horses, and perhaps upgrade their visit with a ride through the landscape of the Riviera Maya, from a cenote for a cooling swim break to the ancient Mayan jungle for additional cost.

Special Brunch Experience

Guests should make their ways over to Maroma Beach to partake in a culinary adventure that includes Mexican traditional cuisine for everyone’s favorite meal time. Available from 10 AM to 5 PM daily, they can look forward to a spread with seafood, meat, salad, vegetables, and desserts at the end of their free transfer from the hotel to the marina.

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