It’s hard to believe that all inclusive holidays in Mexico are cheaper than similar holidays in Spain! Check out my top picks from TUI for Summer 2019 with direct flights from Dublin.
Sipping margaritas on white sandy beaches, tasting delicious Mexican food and maybe even swimming with turtles – two weeks in Mexico sounds like a dream come true. At these prices, your dream can become a reality! Not only are all meals and drinks included in the price, but you will be flying DIRECT from Dublin airport to Cancun on a modern dreamliner aircraft, with all transfers and baggage included. I have teamed up with TUI to bring you these amazing all inclusive holidays in Mexico for next Summer! I have hand-picked my top three, which all have great reviews on tripadvisor. There are no hidden extras with these prices and for a limited time you can save €100 off these and all all inclusive holidays in Mexico with TUI by using code MEXICO100. Note the prices below include this discount so don’t forget to add the code when booking! TUI have direct flights to Cancun every Monday from the 3rd of June until the 15th of July, so if these deals or dates don’t suit you check alternative holidays here.
Best for value:
All Inclusive Grand Bahia Principe Coba: 2 Sharing, 2 weeks, from €1555; 2ad & 2ch €5378
Stay at the 5* Grand Bahia Principe Coba for two weeks from only €1555! This hotel receives great reviews on tripadvisor and was awarded a certificate of excellence. There are two lake-style pools with swim-up bars, where you can take advantage of the all-inclusive arrangement 🍸. There are six à la carte restaurants as well as the main buffet restaurant. Choose teppanyaki-style at the sushi place, pasta at Portofino or seafood at Pescador. You can also dine in some of the restaurants at the Grand Bahia Principe Tulum and Luxury Bahia Principe Akumal. Local branded drinks, including cocktails and wine are served free of charge until 11pm in the bars and 2am in the disco. There are also 24 hour snacks available.
The rooms are not standard either. You will have a superior junior suite complete with a hydro-massage bath. There are numerous watersports available on the beach and one hour use of non-motorised watersports including snorkelling, kayaks and catamarans, is free of charge each day. There are plenty of sports facilities and entertainment options including shows and live music but also plenty of lounge bars if you fancy a quiet drink. Night owls will love la Rancherita disco while kids will be entertained by the kids clubs, mini water park, mini disco and the 60 consecutive minutes free WiFi, per device, per day.
Click here for more details: 2 sharing €1555
Click here for more details: 2 adults & 2 children €5378
Best for couples:
Adult Only All Inclusive, Hideaway at Royalton Riviera Cancun: 2 sharing. 2 weeks from €2097
Best for nightlife:
All Inclusive Riu Cancun: 2 sharing, 2 weeks from €1882
It is no wonder that the RIU Cancun is one of the best hotels for lively all inclusive holidays in Mexico – you can get drinks 24 hours a day on your all-inclusive arrangement! This beach front hotel is also located in the heart of Cancun with top nightclubs and bars only 15 minutes walk from the hotel. The great location is mirrored by the great facilities on offer. There are three outdoor pools, one with a swim-up bar, two buffet restaurants with cooking stations, as well as an open-air restaurant by the pool and an Asian à la carte restaurant.
There are four bars on-site but the sports bar is the place to be seen at night-time as it opens 24 hours. Pacha nightclub is open six nights per week and you will have complimentary access with drinks. When you manage to surface from your bed, work out in the gym, join in a water polo match, try some of the many watersports available, or relax in the Spa. Wi-Fi is free on two devices, even in the rooms! Check out the reviews on tripadvisor if you still need convincing…
Remember if these deals or dates don’t suit you check alternative all inclusive holidays in Mexico here. This post was sponsored by TUI, but all views, as always, are my own.