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Barceló Maya Riviera - Adults only

4.5/5

673 reviews


A new hotel for adults only
The largest infinity pool in the Riviera Maya
The largest convention center in the Riviera Maya
Total access to the 6 hotels in the complex
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Barceló Ixtapa

4.5/5

5642 reviews


Excellent location on El Palmar beach
Swimming pools and rooms with sea views
A wide range of entertainment and excursions
Local and international cuisine
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Barceló Karmina

4/5

4875 reviews


With private beach in the Santiago Peninsula
Architecture inspired by Mayan culture
Junior Suites with sea or garden views
An exclusive concept of Premium Level services and facilities
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Choose from our wide range of hotels for families and couples or experiences tailored to adults only. Plan a holiday in the Caribbean or discover the best beaches in the Canary Islands. You'll find All Inclusive resorts with exclusive services, in a unique environment.

Travellers seeking the best value for money can book their holidays at Barceló resorts. The large hotel complexes are your best option. To start with, they have everything. You don’t waste time travelling. In addition, it’s easy to organise activities, from special dinners to sightseeing tours. And then there’s the beach. The most comfortable Barceló resorts are located on the best beaches in the world.

Like a palace

Due to the luxury and a range of options available, the Barceló Palace tops the list. At the Barceló Bávaro Grand Resort in the Dominican Republic, the Barceló Bávaro Palace gives you access to a first class beach.

The hotel complex has four booking options: Barceló Bávaro Palace, Barceló Bávaro Beach Adults Only, Premium Level in the Barceló Bávaro Palace and the Hotel Family Club in the Barceló Bávaro Palace. Tourists love strolling along three kilometres of beach with fine sand and turquoise waters. The possibilities don’t end there, though. This complex has six swimming pools, one for adults only, and the other semi-Olympic sized. If that’s not enough, there’s the incredible Pirate Island water park, where the pools and the water slides thrill children for hours.

With 11 restaurants, the resort has culinary options for everyone, especially for lovers of international cuisine.

At the top of our list of sports activities is golf at The Lakes, a course designed by P.D. Dye at the Barceló Bávaro Grand Resort. It winds through 25 lakes and a mangrove forest. Divers can book a scuba diving expedition. Those who want to learn how to scuba dive can take introductory classes.

Nature lovers are in luck here! They can explore the cave, a coral reef, swim with dolphins and much more. The casinos, clubs, and restaurants will add a spark to your nights.

Endless fun in Mexico

Guests at Barceló resorts on the Riviera Maya can take advantage of an unbeatable offer: stay in one hotel and enjoy five of them. With the All inclusive package, you can visit the restaurants, bars, swimming pools, and beaches of the Barceló Maya Beach, Barceló Maya Caribe, Barceló Maya Colonial, and Barceló Maya Tropical hotels.

The Barceló Maya Palace is the jewel in the crown in this group, offering spacious suites with the latest in luxury and comfort. Visitors have access to three swimming pools, including a children’s water park and a swimming pool for adults only. Entertainment is one of its strong points, as it has two theatres, a club, a shopping centre, and a dolphin exhibition.

Tourists will enjoy the soothing treatments of the U-Spa. There is one for adults, and another for the young ones. Don’t miss out on a day trip to the cenotes. These are natural pools of deep, crystal-clear water that are fed by underground rivers. You can swim, scuba dive, and experience the mystery of these waters, which are considered sacred by the indigenous communities. Travellers who stay in our large Barceló resorts have all of this within easy reach.