Hacienda Tres Rios Resort Playa del Carmen, Playa Del Carmen, Mexico
This is one of the Playa del Carmen hotels that puts guests within reach of many of the area’s attractions. The Hacienda Tres Rios Resort Playa del Carmen also offers guests easy access to the area’s beautiful sandy beaches, which are known for their tropical plants. Guests of the Hacienda Tres Rios Resort Playa del Carmen can get around the area by car, and guests can also easily walk to many of the Playa del Carmen attractions. The rooms of the Hacienda Tres Rios Resort Playa del Carmen offer guests plenty of amenities, including minibars that are restocked each day, wireless Internet access, and pillow menus. The hotel also offers air conditioning in all its rooms. The Hacienda Tres Rios Resort Playa del Carmen offers guests plenty of modern amenities, including a gym, a Jacuzzi, and an outdoor pool. The hotel also offers yoga classes, a climbing wall, and a zip line, as well as activities like kayaking, biking, and snorkeling, as well as non-motorized water sports. Families traveling with kids can enjoy the hotel’s children’s club, and all the guests can enjoy the hotel’s spa services. The hotel also offers services like 24-hour room service. This hotel has been built in a sustainable style, and its construction and energy use are very green.
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All-inclusive resort with expansive nature park
With its two swimming pools, beachfront location, roomy accommodations and variety of dining options, Hacienda Tres Rios makes a great, convenient all-inclusive resort for families near Playa del Carmen. But it’s the 326-acre nature park that really makes this property shine. Guests can take kayaking, biking and snorkeling tours of freshwater cenotes and saltwater rivers, among mangroves and tropical wildlife. Very cool! There is a kids’ club on property; my children didn’t visit it — we preferred to take out a catamaran (complimentary) and otherwise play in the ocean. Note: The beachfront was a bit rocky.
Tips for Families
When we visited, use of the kayaks and snorkels were limited to the guided nature park tours; we couldn’t borrow them to use on our own (granted it was 2011, so this policy may be different – just be aware).