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Casa Velas, an affordable all-inclusive in Mexico (Puerto Vallarta)
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The beauty and festive culture of Mexico attracts all kinds of travelers, but it’s the country’s endless supply of all-inclusives that makes it the ultimate bargain getaway. You can snap up all-inclusive vacations in every region of Mexico and at all price points. From basic rooms and buffets to luxury villas, Mexico covers all your one-stop travel options. Here are a few of our favorites:

Cancun: Cancun qualifies as Mexico’s most famous tropical hotspot and for good reason. This lively resort town brims with hotels that offer an economical range of amenities and one of the best is Villa del Palmar. Located in Playa Mujeres, about 30 minutes from the rowdy hotel zone, Villa del Palmar supplies a more serene Cancun experience with an uncrowded beach, kitchenette-equipped rooms, high quality dining, and daily shuttles to shopping and the ferry to Isla Mujeres. With all-inclusive packages that average $149 per night, it’s one of the best deals in Cancun. For a more upscale selection, CasaMagna Marriott boasts a chandelier-strewn lobby, top-notch service, and nine different restaurants. Situated in the bustling hotel zone, CasaMagna sits on a pearly sand beach and features an average all-inclusive package rate of $229 per night.


Puerto Vallarta: In Puerto Vallarta, the Sunset Plaza Beach Resort serves up a welcoming ambiance along with three free-form pools, and butler service. The lobby bar and hot tub decks draw the party people, while fans of more laid-back fun hang out on the lush grounds and snap pretty ocean panoramas. Low season all-inclusive rates are a steal at just $99 per night. For a glimpse of high-end perfection, Casa Velas delivers. Ensconced in a posh neighborhood with a botanical garden and resident peacocks roaming the property, Casa Velas feels more like a remote island than a hotel. The property is adults-only, hence there’s not much noise or loud disturbances in this soothing enclave. The attentive service, golf course, and gourmet cuisine make the $191 low season nightly package price hard to resist.


Huatulco: Secrets Huatulco also provides an exclusive, adults-only experience along the striking coastline of Conejos Bay on the Pacific coast of Huatulco. All rooms provide ocean views with terraces and jacuzzis. The all-inclusive package features unlimited meals and drinks at nine different restaurants and five bars as well as excursions including kayaking, windsurfing, and snorkeling. Grab low-season bargain rates at an average of $205 per night.

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