“At Hilton Tulum Riviera Maya All-Inclusive Resort, we’re always looking for opportunities to evolve the guest experience to offer additional activities and entertainment that cater to each of our guests,” said Santiago Rivera, managing director, Hilton Tulum Riviera Maya All-Inclusive Resort, “The introduction of our Family Zone provides us with the opportunity to create tailored experiences for each member of the family, ultimately providing them with everlasting memories in the heart of Riviera Maya.”
The Family Zone, divided into three areas, includes a Kids Club, the Teens Club and For Adults. Here’s a closer look at what’s available and some of the daily activities for children and teens:
- Kids Club: Bean bag chairs, board games, tables for coloring and reading, and activities like Make Your Own Piñata, Pool Float Races, Decorate Your Own Mask, Mini Olympics, Water Park Coin Hunt and other workshops
- Teens Club: Movie theater, air hockey table, billiards and the latest videogames, with activities including water volleyball, ping pong and spike ball
- For Adults: A bar and pool, along with Vela Sur, an extensive buffet
There’s also a Splash Pool with a dry play area with swings, monkey bars and a jungle gym.
It’s been nearly 40 years since Mauna Loa Volcano on the Big Island of Hawai’i erupted, but things suddenly changed late in the night of Nov. 27, when the sleeping giant came to life. This eruption, occurring inside Volcanoes National Park in the center of the island, has sent lava flowing in what is known as the “northeast rift zone.”
Nashville is a premier destination for celebrating the holidays with ample attractions, extravagant light displays and cheerful special events.
It’s time to start dreaming of your next family trip. Here’s some destination inspiration for you. Take a visual journey through Buenos Aires, Argentina, with us.
Take your family travels to Kissimmee, Florida, this year with these awesome savings on attractions, shopping and dining.
United Airlines officially became the only major U.S. airline to own a flight training school with the opening of United Aviate Academy on Jan. 27. The moment was made even more historic with its inaugural class, which is 80 percent women and people of color.