Mexico Designs with Families in Mind

The vibrant culture, premier beachfront resorts and natural beauty of Mexico lends well to a wide variety of travelers and occasions. With couples heading south on a romantic retreat, groups of friends taking over the beach scene during spring break and families trying to carve out some time to get away between work and school, Mexican resorts expertly cater to everyone.

Velas Resorts, Mexico

If your teen is doing everything for the Gram, this resort is for your family. The Instagram Photo Tour was designed with snap-happy teens in mind and with participating properties in Puerto Vallarta, Riviera Nayarit and Riviera Maya, there is a Velas Resorts to offer something for the whole family.

Your social media-centric kids can head off on the complimentary 60–90-minute tour, showcasing the top spots on and off the property. Go along or enjoy the luxury accommodations and top-notch dining while the kids learn how to light, angle, edit and shoot Instagram-worthy photos. Tours venture through incredible sites from natural cenotes and pristine beaches to botanical gardens and peacock habitats.

girls running on pier in Mexico

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Viceroy Los Cabos, Mexico

Once the Hotel Mar Adentro, the new and improved resort will reopen this spring as the Viceroy Los Cabos in Mexico. Expect beautiful designs incorporating a mix of traditional Mexican flare with modern luxury. The resort’s launch coincides with the 2018 Gala de Danza, an incredible music and dance festival hosted by the Viceroy.

Check out the all-new beach bar, beachfront pool, fitness center and spa, or spend some family time in the cinema room watching a movie after dinner — perfect for families looking for luxury, relaxation and function.

Located minutes from downtown San José del Cabo, the beachfront resort offers an authentic city experience and resort beach hideaway for guests of all ages and interests. Lounge on the beach by day swimming and relaxing or head out on the water sailing, whale watching and exploring Cabo Pulmo Park — boasting some of the world’s largest coral reefs.

If you need a break from the resort or just want to explore like a local, trek five minutes to downtown San José del Cabo. Spend the day shopping, sightseeing, dining and exploring the colonial architecture before heading back to the resort for dinner and entertainment.