A Riviera Maya friends’ getaway: rest, relaxation, and disconnecting on Mexico’s best beaches

Plan a fun friends’ getaway to the Riviera Maya and disconnect from the city hustle swimming on the best beaches of the Mexican Caribbean.

Nothing better than a Riviera Maya friends’ getaway for a few days of fun and friendship. If you’re not convinced, just ask the Blonde Abroad and Courtney Scott. Traveling is a pleasure in any company, but more so in the company of those with whom you will enjoy the destination to the max. If you are planning a friends’ getaway, there’s nothing better than a place where you can enjoy the beach as well as cultural visits and sports. There is a Mexican hotel that ticks all these boxes— the Barceló Maya Grand Resort, a complex with five hotels where you can enjoy thousands of fun and relaxing activities. For the best Mexican vacation, in the best company.

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