Mexico; Riviera Maya Deluxe All Inclusive Winter Sun

Catalonia Riviera Maya & Yucatan Beach Resort & Spa, Riviera Maya
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Riviera Maya
Catalonia Riviera Maya & Yucatan Beach Resort & Spa
7 Nights
Board Basis:
All Inclusive
  • ATOL Protection
  • Return Flights
  • In-Flight Meals
  • 20kgs Luggage Allowance
  • Resort Transfers
  • All Inclusive Meals & Drinks
  • Use Of Facilities of Sister Hotel
  • 24 Nov (£779 Gatwick & Manchester)
  • 25 Nov (£779 Gatwick, £789 Manchester)
  • 1 Dec (£789 Manchester)
  • 5 Dec (£759 Manchester)
  • 6 Dec (£739 Gatwick, £789 Manchester)
  • 9 Dec (£739 Gatwick, £729 Manchester)
  • 11 Dec (£749 Birmingham)

Alternative dates, departure airports and duration's may be available, please call for details.

10 nights from £989pp
14 nights from £1,099pp

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Holiday Information

A beachfront location, thatched-roof rooms, and acres of greenery – the Catalonia Riviera Maya & Yucatan Beach Resort & Spa offers a true taste of the tropics.

Catalonia Riviera Maya & Yucatan Beach Resort & Spa
Catalonia Riviera Maya & Yucatan Beach Resort & Spa

At a glance

  • On a white-sand beach
  • 4 palm-fringed pools
  • Fantastic dining scene
  • Perfect for your wedding day

This beachfront property is haloed by tropical gardens. Among the greenery you’ve got five pools and seven restaurants, plus Caribbean-esque rooms dressed in warm terracotta and oak wood.

There’s a real castaway feel to the hotel. Thatched-roof buildings peek out from in between tall palm trees, and it all opens out onto a white, sandy beach.


  • Beachfront location
  • 400m to marina where bars, restaurants and a supermarket can be found
  • 5th Avenue in Playa del Carmen for even more shops, bars and restaurants


Double Room with Garden View and Balcony or Terrace

These spacious double rooms come with either a balcony or terrace that offers views of the gardens. Your room will benefit from a modern living area and facilities - there's air-conditioning and Wi-Fi so you can stay cool and keep connected. Just so you know this room can sleep up to 4 people with a king-size bed or 2 doubles provided.

Room upgrades available, please call for details and a quote.

Food & Drink

All Inclusive

  • Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner
  • Selected local-brand alcohol, soft drinks, tea and coffee until 02.00
  • Snacks until 02.00

The à la carte restaurants serve up Mexican, Italian, Spanish and Japanese cuisine. The latter comes complete with teppanyaki tables. The buffet restaurant does a good range of international favourites. There’s also a creperie that offers pancakes and frothy milkshakes.

  • lebrijes Mexican à la carte restaurant - Serving authentic Mexican food.
  • Bamboleo snack bar and grill - Be sure to dine here in the evenings, this place turns into an à la carte grill and steakhouse.
  • Las Brisas Buffet restaurant
  • Toscana Italian à la carte restaurant
  • Ayami Japanese restaurant
  • Terrace Spanish tapas restaurant
  • Crêperie - Specialising in à la carte crepes and ice-cream.
  • Sports bar - Catch up on all the sports on the big screen.
  • Pure Chill Out Bar - This on-the-beach spot is exclusive if you're staying in a Privilege room, and does a good line in all kinds of drinks and cocktails.
  • El Mercado international buffet restaurant - Offering international and Mexican cuisine with theme dinners. Breakfast, lunch and dinner service. Available at sister hotel.
  • A la carte dining - At the Mexican, Spanish, Japanese and Italian restaurants, and the snack bar switches to an à la carte grill in the evening. You can dine in the à la carte restaurants up to four times per week.
  • Margaritas swim-up pool bar
  • Tequila bar
  • Ayami bar
  • Las Brisas bar
  • Bamboleo bar
  • T bar
  • Bloved restaurant - This place is exclusive to those staying in the privilege section. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are on the menu.


There are 4 pools accesible for all guests plus 1 pool exclusive to Privilege guests. They’re flanked by gardens, cocktail bars, and spacious sun terraces, and some lead all the way down to the sand. You’ve also got whirlpool baths and designated areas for kids, as well as a swim-up bar.Little ones have two paddling pools all to themselves.


The lively night-time line-up includes shows, local dancing, and themed evenings. Late nights out are easy to come by in nearby 5th Avenue – it’s studded with famous clubs like Coco Bongo.

Sports & Activities

You’ll find a minigolf course, plus a tennis court to practice your back hand on. Children, meanwhile, have a club for daytime games and arts and crafts.

Health & Beauty

Hydrotherapy showers, hot tubs, and a relaxation area with organic teas and juices are just some of the spa’s* highlights. The treatment list is long, and includes rejuvenating massages and skin-softening body wraps.

  • Spa Alegria - Offering massages and beauty treatments. Please note you have to be 18 to visit the spa.
  • Gym - Just so you know, you need to be at least 18 to use the gym here.
  • Massage*
  • 4 whirlpools

Other facilities

  • Free Wi-Fi zones - You'll be able to pick up a connection in the hotel and in your room.
  • Use of facilities at Catalonia Yucatan Beach Hotel - Includes pools, restaurants, disco, kids' club and watersports.
  • Laundry service*
  • Gardens

Please note

Items marked with * incur extra charges which are payable locally

* Additional Charges

If the number of people staying in this room is less than the maximum occupancy, there may be a slight charge for under-occupancy. Booking fee’s apply on all bookings and will be confirmed at the time of booking. Minimum booking fee £6 per person.

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