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Viva Wyndham Azteca – All Inclusive

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This well-regarded and family-friendly resort hotel is set right behind the impressive white sand beach at Playacar, 45 minutes south of Cancun airport.

There's rarely a dull moment here, with an array of sports and activities on offer such as windsurfing, sailing, tennis, beach volleyball, dance classes, yoga and meditation. The resort has 335 guest rooms with either a garden or ocean aspect. There's an ocean view swimming pool and a choice of 4 restaurants (buffet and a la carte options) offering regional, Mexican and international cuisine, as well as a poolside palapa serving drinks and snacks.

Guests are also free to use the facilities of the sister property Viva Wyndham Maya next door.

Bartolome, Galápagos

What our clients say

  • There were many highlights: the beautiful beach on our first morning in Cancun, the boat ride among the flamingos at Celestun, the sight of the Magicians Pyramid at Uxmal and the climb up the Great Pyramid there ( although not the descent, which was very vertiginous!). We loved the city of Merida, and having a Sunday at leisure there was very well planned by Sophie. We walked the Paseo de Montejo, open only to bikes and pedestrians, visited the Museum of Anthropology, then had a late lunch in Santa Lucia park watching the locals dancing. Later we watched them again in the evening dancing opposite the Cathedral in Plaza Mayor. Great fun, we loved it all. We also has a fantastic visit to Ek Balam on our way to Tulum, which was one on our Mayan Archeological highlights.

    AF, Merriott
  • “It's impossible to pick any individual aspect; but a number of experiences stood out: the visit to the "voodoo" church at St Juan Chamula (extraordinary and unexpected), the visit to the shrine of the Madonna of Guadalupe on the way to Teotihuacan in Mexico City (similar, and helped understand Mexican history), Palenque (the most beautiful and atmospheric of the pre-hispanic sites), and swimming in the three cenotes at Cuzama near Mérida, which we arranged ourselves.”

    AR, Gospel Oak
  • Highlights?: Tours of Mexico City & Chichen Itza, followed by our stay at Tulum.

    ER, Surbiton
  • It was all great - a great combination of fascinating historical sites followed by some glorious days at the beach. Normally I arrange my trips myself, I don' t go through a company; and normally I wouldn't use a guide. But the Mayan culture is so unknown to me and the ruins so fascinating that it was very illuminating to have a guide to explain things. As I said, having Davide around was more like having a local chum than a guide. Loved the Hobbitland cottages at Chichen Itsa; loved being in Merida at Christmas time; loved Campeche and the Edzna ruins; loved getting to know all about the Mayan culture; and loved the totally glorious beach (though rocky) at Playa del Carmen.

    LM, London
  • Highlight of your Trip?: Climbing the Pyramid of the sun, Punting at Xochimilco was wonderful.

    AHC, Blaydon-on-tyne
  • "We feel as if we have a million magical memories that will last forever - sunsets over the Caribbean sea, ruins in the midst of the jungles, seas of pink flamingoes, crocodiles nestling on the banks of the Canyon Del Sumida. We were nervous as non Spanish speakers but we felt so supported without that horrible feeling of being over organized. Thank you again.”

    LH, Pinner
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Our expert's view

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Good value, lively all-inclusive resort on a superb stretch of beach - a short cab ride from the action in Playa del Carmen.

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