Situated on the best stretch of white sand beach in Playa del Carmen, Mexico is our Allegro Playacar Resort. A family friendly all-inclusive hotel surrounded by lush tropical gardens looking out to the crystal clear waters of the Mexican Caribbean. This resort is also ideal for small leisure groups, family reunions and gatherings.
- Unlimited meals, snacks and beverages
- 4 Restaurants
- 4 bars and a Disco Bar
- 3 swimming pools
- 2 lit tennis courts and a basketball court
- Land and non-motorized water sports including volleyball and scuba diving lessons
- Kids Club with supervised activities
- Day and night time entertainment schedule
- Taxes and gratuities included
Occidental Experience: Massage in the moonlight
Treat yourself to a 50-min relaxing massage with your partner in the moonlight. Together, you’ll come to the seashore down a romantic, candle-lit path on the beach. The perfect evening for the two of you, ending with a bottle of sparkling wine to drink by the sea.
USD120.00 for two
- All inclusive
If you are looking to relax or hold your wedding or honeymoon in a romantic and unforgettable setting near endless beaches, natural attractions and impressive Mayan archaeological sites, a hotel on the Mayan Riviera will captivate you. You will enjoy not only relaxation, watersports and culture, but also one of the world's most delectable and exotic cuisine in this popular Mexican destination.
Stretch out on the hotel’s beautiful private beach or indulge yourself into a pampering treatment. Take a walk along 5th Avenue in Playa del Carmen, 15 minutes’ away from the hotel, or have dinner under the stars by the sea at an extra charge.
Riviera Maya Jazz Festival, 2013
From November 28th to 30th, 2013, we have the Riviera Maya Jazz Festival which is in the list of the top 10 Jazz Festival around the world. Playa del Carmen has been holding this event for the last 11 years now. Do not forget to go and enjoy excellent jazz music on the beach with the moonlight.
Chichen Itza; The summer solstice, 2013
The summer solstice (June 21st), is the longest day of the year. At noon the sun reaches it’s most northern point in the sky. The Mayan civilization understood this and a host of other astronomical facts as evidenced in their art and architecture. One of the best places to glimpse the Maya is at Chichen Itza, their ancient center of science, culture, religion and trade. On June 21, the Temple of Kukulcan indicates the exact moment of the summer solstice when the sun hits the north and east sides of the pyramid and casts a shadow over the south and west sides. At this moment in time the effects of light and shadow on the surface of temple appear to split it in half.