Generations Riviera Maya is a great spring break destination for family travelers. As an added incentive, the property offers travelers a Spring Sale deal.
The resort is located in Riviera Maya, Mexico, about 25 minutes south of Cancún International Airport. Ideal for families, the property offers 162 one-, two- and three-bedroom oceanfront suites with hot tubs. In addition to 24-hour room service, parents may take advantage of Gourmet Inclusive baby amenities, provided free upon request.
There are plenty of on-site activities for the whole family. The Little Eko Chefs program for kids (aged 4–12) teaches basic cooking skills, historical and cultural food facts, and eco-friendly food information. Teens aged 13 and up may visit the Teens Club, which offers a movie area, craft station, library, gaming consoles and more. Adults can take part in kayak tours, snorkeling, yoga, aqua aerobics, cooking classes, dance lessons, wine tastings and more. Guests 18 and up may explore the amenities of sister properties El Dorado Royale and El Dorado Casitas Royale.
The resort offers an array of dining options for every palate, with five restaurants and two bars. The Náay Spa is available to guests of all ages, with a variety of services including massages, facials and salon services.
The Spring Sale offers savings of up to 45 percent off stays when booked by May 2 for travel through Jan. 2, 2024.
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