1 week all inclusive to mexico £1114 for 2 @ First Choice
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1 week all inclusive to mexico £1114 for 2 @ First Choice

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Found 31st Oct
1 week for 2 people to Mexico all inclusive leaving 5th November starting at £557 per perso

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Uridium5 m ago

Everyone I know who has been to Mexico never ventured outside the …Everyone I know who has been to Mexico never ventured outside the resort....I said why not just go to Spain and save some cash and a long flight


Generally speaking the service and food is on a different level in Mexico compared to Spain. Just speaking from experience. But yes even in Mexico I make sure I go out and sample some of the local restaurants 🎃

If you book this it’s definitely worth a trip into playa del Carmen
Edited by: "htfc99" 31st Oct

£164pp extra for 2 weeks 7th Nov & 14th Nov Gatwick
Edited by: "ellenw" 31st Oct

Been to Mexico on holiday around 10 times in the last 10 years, Riviera Maya is a great region to visit. You get much better food and drink in Mexico than you will in an all-inclusive in Spain/Greece/Turkey, and the facilities will be better too. Heard good things about Gran Bahia Principe, but a little too far south for my liking, i'd prefer to be closer to Playa del Carmen to be able to pay a visit or 2 while i'm in Mexico.

It's a long flight, but well worth it when you get there. Some resorts are noticeably better than others (the high end ones generally get you better a la carte dining with better steaks and meats, higher standard spirits in the bars etc.), but i've never been to a bad one yet. Personal favourite at the same price bracket as the Gran Bahia is Riu Tequila. If you're looking to spend more then i'd recommend the Moon Palace, Riu Palace Mexico or Iberostar Paraiso Maya.
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Been here twice not enough time for 7 days need to be there for two weeks at least if you like food drink and good service too much to do

£164pp extra for 2 weeks 7th Nov & 14th Nov Gatwick
Edited by: "ellenw" 31st Oct

Everyone I know who has been to Mexico never ventured outside the resort....I said why not just go to Spain and save some cash and a long flight

Uridium5 m ago

Everyone I know who has been to Mexico never ventured outside the …Everyone I know who has been to Mexico never ventured outside the resort....I said why not just go to Spain and save some cash and a long flight


Generally speaking the service and food is on a different level in Mexico compared to Spain. Just speaking from experience. But yes even in Mexico I make sure I go out and sample some of the local restaurants 🎃

If you book this it’s definitely worth a trip into playa del Carmen
Edited by: "htfc99" 31st Oct

htfc9928 m ago

Generally speaking the service and food is on a different level in Mexico …Generally speaking the service and food is on a different level in Mexico compared to Spain. Just speaking from experience. But yes even in Mexico I make sure I go out and sample some of the local restaurants 🎃If you book this it’s definitely worth a trip into playa del Carmen

Couldn't agree more. Also swimming with dolphins is a must...

This is an absolutely brilliant deal!!!! I went to the Mexican Riveria in July/August, around the Playa Del Carmen area, and I loved every minute. One of the only places that I've been genuinely sad to leave on the way to the airport.

This price is unbelievable too, this is around £100 cheaper in total than when me and my boyfriend went to Kos for a week last year!

Uridium1 h, 46 m ago

Everyone I know who has been to Mexico never ventured outside the …Everyone I know who has been to Mexico never ventured outside the resort....I said why not just go to Spain and save some cash and a long flight


You kidding? Chalk and cheese I'm afraid, Mexico is far better value than rip off Spain

Been to Mexico on holiday around 10 times in the last 10 years, Riviera Maya is a great region to visit. You get much better food and drink in Mexico than you will in an all-inclusive in Spain/Greece/Turkey, and the facilities will be better too. Heard good things about Gran Bahia Principe, but a little too far south for my liking, i'd prefer to be closer to Playa del Carmen to be able to pay a visit or 2 while i'm in Mexico.

It's a long flight, but well worth it when you get there. Some resorts are noticeably better than others (the high end ones generally get you better a la carte dining with better steaks and meats, higher standard spirits in the bars etc.), but i've never been to a bad one yet. Personal favourite at the same price bracket as the Gran Bahia is Riu Tequila. If you're looking to spend more then i'd recommend the Moon Palace, Riu Palace Mexico or Iberostar Paraiso Maya.

Riley0071 h, 24 m ago

Couldn't agree more. Also swimming with dolphins is a must...

Dont kiss it and publish the photo for everyone to see

Blinding deal

Uridium2 h, 40 m ago

Everyone I know who has been to Mexico never ventured outside the …Everyone I know who has been to Mexico never ventured outside the resort....I said why not just go to Spain and save some cash and a long flight

Really?!?? Went to the local cenotes, got a collectivo (minibus) to Tulum and Playa Del Carmen plus went on organised trips to Xel Ha, Xcaret and Coba jungle. Wish we had seen more! Felt safe the whole time and it was awesome!

Been to the Coba twice. The complex is enormous and this is an absolute bargain. Awesome holiday here, well recommended.

Fantastic hotel complex,great deal. Again as stated above,one of the few places we really,really did not want to leave.
Scuba is good food is great and yes,we left the hotel, perfectly safe

Coba is Great & has the kids pool slides etc, although Akumal is worth the extra, for being right on the beach & 2 weeks minimum, never understood people flying there & back for 21hr to stay a week

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simon-c2 h, 18 m ago

Coba is Great & has the kids pool slides etc, although Akumal is worth the …Coba is Great & has the kids pool slides etc, although Akumal is worth the extra, for being right on the beach & 2 weeks minimum, never understood people flying there & back for 21hr to stay a week


I would normally say the same but when this is flying from my local airport (it takes me 3 hours to get to Gatwick and 10 minutes to get to Bristol) and it's a couple of hundred pounds less than the Canary Islands i think I can cope

Trying Mexico in Jan for 2 weeks. A plus with Firstchoice/TUI is they use Dreamliners which generally get favourable reviews. However, effectively this is a six day holiday given the arrival time. Almost two days of travelling for a 6 day holiday.

Riley00710 h, 12 m ago

Couldn't agree more. Also swimming with dolphins is a must...


Unless you like dolphins. Then it’s cruel.

ec9wrr51 m ago

Unless you like dolphins. Then it’s cruel.


so you dont wear wool jumpers, leather shoes and belts, you dont eat meat nor the food animals eat either?

For anyone who thinks there's not much to do.. Did you know: Chichen Itza is one of the most visited archaeological sites in Mexico? an estimated 1.4 million tourists visit the ruins every year! Mexico 🇲🇽 is Amazing! So much to see & do, worth every penny! I've been there 3 times & can't wait to go back in a couple of years

mattsk32 m ago

so you dont wear wool jumpers, leather shoes and belts, you dont eat meat …so you dont wear wool jumpers, leather shoes and belts, you dont eat meat nor the food animals eat either?


There is a big difference between keeping animals outside their natural habitat for entertainment and producing animals for food and clothing...

Btw, I have swum with dolphins in Cancun and watched dolphin , orca and sea lion shows at Loro parque in Tenerife so not exactly an animal rights activist but your comment is just daft.

I've been to this resort,highly reccomend it well worth the journe,cater for everyone,I've also been to Mexico for a week long journey but worth it..... A week in Spain as someone mentioned 4* all inclusive would never compare if you want sunshine in Nov it would have to be canaries & there would be no comparison at this price,the Mexicans no how to do all inclusive & their hospitality is worth the journey alone lots of heat from me!

Heat. We started going to the Caribbean as it was the same price as Europe, Canaries etc. Riviera Maya is a great place & there is loads to do outside hotel. Antiquities, excitement, X’ha etc. Shopping, snorkelling in Cenotes or with Turtles. The barrier reef just off the coast is the 2nd largest in the world after Oz. Stayed at Catalonia Royal Tulum which was close enough to Road for us to get the local Collectivo busses. People great, level of service great. Just done a week (6days) prefer to do 2. Our son did 1 wk with a friend & they were fine with it. Some hotels Cancun side of Playa Del Carmen are a long way from main Road. So without trips it’s a chill out resort holiday. Chichen Itza is one of the 7 new wonders of the world & if you like Pyramids & that sort of thing then this is a must. Early start, long day, well worth it. Viva Mexico!

SIMPLY LOVLEH!!

Riley00714 h, 44 m ago

Couldn't agree more. Also swimming with dolphins is a must...


Please watch The Cove if you think swimming with dolphins is a must.Can guarantee if you have a speck of humanity in your body you'll completely change your mind about this "fun" experience.

Good deal, have booked a different resort for similar money, and Mexico is wonderful. The flight going out last time I went was 11.30 hours and coming back around 10 hours, even on a dream liner it is tough but worth it. Also there is a very high exit tax you have to pay, which differs from resort to resort, last year I think it was either $60 or £60 each from Valletta. So remember to add this into your holiday cost.

Re exit tax. It was £50 per person last month. So does need to be factored in to Holiday cost. They aught to rob the Yanks with it but not us Brits! Interestingly enough with Thomas Cook it’s in the price of the holiday. Take note TUI. Also we went on a cat trip to Isla Mujeres & had to pay $12 port / exit tax extra!

teddyedward121 m ago

Re exit tax. It was £50 per person last month. So does need to be factored …Re exit tax. It was £50 per person last month. So does need to be factored in to Holiday cost. They aught to rob the Yanks with it but not us Brits! Interestingly enough with Thomas Cook it’s in the price of the holiday. Take note TUI. Also we went on a cat trip to Isla Mujeres & had to pay $12 port / exit tax extra!


these charges are just one big bent fiddle due to yanks and Canadians being a pain in arse

smk7710 h, 47 m ago

There is a big difference between keeping animals outside their natural …There is a big difference between keeping animals outside their natural habitat for entertainment and producing animals for food and clothing...Btw, I have swum with dolphins in Cancun and watched dolphin , orca and sea lion shows at Loro parque in Tenerife so not exactly an animal rights activist but your comment is just daft.

I suggest you do a bit of history search and check what people used for agriculture, transport, manufacturing just 200-300 years ago and what would happen if they didn't

mattsk11 h, 30 m ago

so you dont wear wool jumpers, leather shoes and belts, you dont eat meat …so you dont wear wool jumpers, leather shoes and belts, you dont eat meat nor the food animals eat either?


Animals aren’t all equal.

mattsk31 m ago

I suggest you do a bit of history search and check what people used for …I suggest you do a bit of history search and check what people used for agriculture, transport, manufacturing just 200-300 years ago and what would happen if they didn't


What's your point?

BrummyGeeza12 h, 3 m ago

For anyone who thinks there's not much to do.. Did you know: Chichen Itza …For anyone who thinks there's not much to do.. Did you know: Chichen Itza is one of the most visited archaeological sites in Mexico? an estimated 1.4 million tourists visit the ruins every year! Mexico 🇲🇽 is Amazing! So much to see & do, worth every penny! I've been there 3 times & can't wait to go back in a couple of years



Chichen Itza is amazing - the engineering that went into that place is staggering. They built a pyramid to represent the solar year, 4 sides 91 steps high, plus the temple at the top = 365 days. Also, at the equinox, at a certain time of day, the sun snakes down one corner. If they built that pyramid more than 1 foot from where it is, the snaking would not happen.

Also, the echos at the set of columns making the duck quacking noises when you clap.

How did they know how to do all that when they were still hunting with spears?

teddyedward16 h, 49 m ago

Re exit tax. It was £50 per person last month. So does need to be factored …Re exit tax. It was £50 per person last month. So does need to be factored in to Holiday cost. They aught to rob the Yanks with it but not us Brits! Interestingly enough with Thomas Cook it’s in the price of the holiday. Take note TUI. Also we went on a cat trip to Isla Mujeres & had to pay $12 port / exit tax extra!



So you think Thomas Cook are giving you the exit tax for nowt? It's built into their holiday price, either way you ultimately pay for it. Would not travel with Thomas Cook - they have a very lean airline for the size of their operation, and frequently divert return flights to major airports not too far from the intended airport e.g. a fair few Newcastle flights get diverted to Manchester so they can bus you back to Newcastle within 4 hours and not pay a penny for the extra inconvenience. Then their plane is ready to go from Manchester.

monkeyhanger7525 m ago

So you think Thomas Cook are giving you the exit tax for nowt? It's built …So you think Thomas Cook are giving you the exit tax for nowt? It's built into their holiday price, either way you ultimately pay for it. Would not travel with Thomas Cook - they have a very lean airline for the size of their operation, and frequently divert return flights to major airports not too far from the intended airport e.g. a fair few Newcastle flights get diverted to Manchester so they can bus you back to Newcastle within 4 hours and not pay a penny for the extra inconvenience. Then their plane is ready to go from Manchester.


Sorry to here about that. That’s a crap way to operate. Don’t think I’d book them ever again.Beware TC bookers.

Me & the missus are off to Mexico on Tuesday, for the first time. Bahia Principe Sian Ka'an, all inclusive with Tui for a week. Heard good things and am really looking forward to it.
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