21 Nights - Riviera Maya, Mexico - Caribbean Coast - All Inclusive Package 4* JUNE 2014- £3816 (£954pp) @ Holiday Hypermarket
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21 Nights - Riviera Maya, Mexico - Caribbean Coast - All Inclusive Package 4* JUNE 2014- £3816 (£954pp) @ Holiday Hypermarket

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Found 20th Jan 2014
Great deal for THREE weeks in Mexico All Inclusive via First Choice, this is based on 4 adults ALL INCLUSIVE being up to 02:00 - Also FREE Wi-fi in all rooms.

Available from Manchester, Newcastle and Gatwick around this price around June time, Newcastle being the cheapest on the 3rd!

It's about £30 cheaper for 2 weeks!

Date: 3 June 2014
For: 21 Nights
Based On: 4 Adults Sharing
Board: All Inclusive
Ref: FC58756190
Outbound Flight
From: Newcastle (NCL)
To: Mexico (Cancun) (CUN)

Departs: 08:00AM on 3 Jun 2014
Arrives: 14:15PM on 3 Jun 2014
Inbound Flight
From: Mexico (Cancun) (CUN)
To: Newcastle (NCL)

Departs: 16:10PM on 24 Jun 2014
Arrives: 07:45AM on 25 Jun 2014

Catalonia Riviera Maya Resort and Spa, Riviera Maya

41 Comments

This is a bit long is it not! still have some heat seems like a good deal to me

Bloody hell if I could get away from kids for that long is book now

Very hot for a 3 week all inclusive holiday!

..If only...

whats that about £320 per week! cant grumble at that hot from me x

How much would it cost to add two children.

7 months and 3 years

Thanks

If only lol .....crackin price though !

Is the 2 week one leaving on the 3rd or coming home on the 24th?!my results are coming back as £1145 pp from Newcastle!hot deal though

4 adults sharing?? but maximum 3 adults per room

This holiday will turn you fat!

tillylouise

Bloody hell if I could get away from kids for that long is book now


ditto! ....if only

Bargain price shame its for 4 and not just 2 people.

pducar

4 adults sharing?? but maximum 3 adults per room



I just spotted that myself, might be worth while ringing them up to confirm this - says max of 3 adults in a room? so if they are just adding in an extra fold up bed, 3 weeks is a long time in a cramped room xx

Room Facilities

All rooms have air-conditioning, plasma TV, Wi-Fi, phone, hairdryer and balcony or terrace.
Double rooms sleep up to 3 adults or 2 adults and 2 children with 1 king-size or 2 double beds, extra bed and garden view. Double rooms for sole occupancy are available.
Privilege Superior rooms sleep up to 3 adults or 2 adults and 2 children with alarm clock, bathrobes and slippers, ceiling fan, coffee maker, iron and board, minibar, plasma TV and Privilege Services which include: access to private lounge, concierge service, private check-in, welcome cocktail, beach towels, pillow menu and selected discounted facilities. Sea-view Privilege superior rooms are also available at a supplement.

Original Poster

Taken from Hotels.com Surely that room can sleep 4, Standard Room, 2 Double Beds, Ocean View

http://exp.cdn-hotels.com/hotels/1000000/660000/659800/659775/659775_168_z.jpg
Edited by: "MancboyChris" 20th Jan 2014

AMAZING

Hurricane season starts on 1st June although the chance if it hitting in June is quite slim.
Also, its quite wet, but for that price, eating and drinking all you can for 3 weeks, its a bargain.
Just remember to weigh yourself before you go, and weigh yourself upon return.
Heat added. HOT HOT HOT (and wet)

just foned them up to book it and the price has now gone up to over £1250 per person they said it was an error on the travel agents part

Went there last year, amazing place!

Looks a cracker Heat

MancboyChris

Taken from Hotels.com Surely that room can sleep 4, Standard Room, 2 … Taken from Hotels.com Surely that room can sleep 4, Standard Room, 2 Double Beds, Ocean View



more than adequate i'd say - looks lovely x

I photographed a lot of these hotels for TUI last year in Riviera Maya.
funnily enough I'm off to Mexico again next Monday, but Pacific Coast side.

its a great place and the hotels are really nice.

I've stayed in this hotel before and it was really good. That's cheaper than I paid 9 years ago for 2 weeks -bargain!

I went there last year, it's Amazing, would deff go back but blooding school holiday, super cheap.. I stayed at Coba

fantastic deal. heat added

Is it worth visiting Mexico in September? I'd love it as a honeymoon destination but worried about it being far too humid (not so worried about rain). Also looking at either waiting til November for Mexico or going to Kenya.

All I need now is 3 travel buddies :O

grand bahia principe tulum £2100 in May Tesco compare

ScampiLamp

Is it worth visiting Mexico in September? I'd love it as a honeymoon … Is it worth visiting Mexico in September? I'd love it as a honeymoon destination but worried about it being far too humid (not so worried about rain). Also looking at either waiting til November for Mexico or going to Kenya.


Mexico you can sunbath on the beach ????

dannyboy_1206

How much would it cost to add two children.7 months and 3 yearsThanks


Did you want to buy or rent them?

I wish I had 3 girlfriends, I would book this one.

rodman

I wish I had 3 girlfriends, I would book this one.



Awesome lets go

Lovely hotel, and for the price,a great spa. When you get there they might offer you an upgrade. We got a suite with a bath on the balcony, I loved it, don't know about the passers by. Mr Catalonia 2011, need I say more

MancboyChris

Taken from Hotels.com Surely that room can sleep 4, Standard Room, 2 … Taken from Hotels.com Surely that room can sleep 4, Standard Room, 2 Double Beds, Ocean View



Nice TV. I'll bring my super nintendo along.

lucyberridge

All I need now is 3 travel buddies :O



Same, you'd think people would jump at it lol

Stayed here 7 1/2 years ago with my girlfriend, before they built the spa. It was a brilliant holiday, one of the best we've had. Went back to Mexico 3 years ago but stayed in the Riviera Princess, which was even better (IMHO). Been to the Caribbean five times now and I'd say Mexico is my favorite place, especially Riviera Maya (Cancun is horrible).

This is a good price, however this hotel is always one of the cheapest when I've looked.

stopped here for two weeks last year. we had a room with two doubled beds in just like the previous picture. cant see the room working well with four adults....bit weird for me. the hotel itself is fab though....all premium brand alcohol included in the price, plus you usually get about 4 tickets per week for the restaurants ( Italian, Mexican, Spanish and steak) the restaurants were really, really good.....oh and they have a Japanese restaurant included too. hotel is a short bus ride from akumal beach where you can swim with turtles for free

Banned

Mexico.

Haven for tourist kidnappings and drug cartels.

Happy holidays!

im up for this if anyone needs a buddy just let me know always wanted to go to Mexico aslong as I don't end up on banged up abroad lol

ScampiLamp

Is it worth visiting Mexico in September? I'd love it as a honeymoon … Is it worth visiting Mexico in September? I'd love it as a honeymoon destination but worried about it being far too humid (not so worried about rain). Also looking at either waiting til November for Mexico or going to Kenya.



I went 1st October last year to Cancun and never really found it to be too humid, too hot at points due to the sun but not due to humidity. we had good air conditioning in room also so were never bothered by it at night either. were a couple of storms when was there so that probably did a good job of clearing the air too.
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