Hard Rock Resorts
Hard Rock Cancun is also close to the yummy restaurant where I tried the crickets (not so yummy). In case you missed it, here are the quick reels I did from our visit to the restaurant Puerto Santo and me trying their famous crickets (haven’t decided if I regret that yet or not!) which are meant to be served in the guacamole! I’ve been told that the links don’t work on some phones, but seem to work on all laptops – no idea what that is about!
Hard Rock Resorts - Riviera Maya
Ok, so here is why I would recommend Hard Rock Riviera Maya for families. Both resorts had a kids club, but there was a separate space for families and adults at Riviera Maya. Cancun had more of a party vibe. Both resorts had splash pads, but Rivera Maya had an entire water park for kids and grown ups alike. What I really like for families with small kids is that the the sea is blocked by rocks which creates a peaceful lagoon area so that littles can play in the sea while parents relax. This area also means that seaweed is not an issue, and there is always a risk of seaweed in areas around Cancun. Some areas and resorts are better than others, I happen to be keeping a list – more reasons to use a travel advisor!
Hard Rock Resorts - Cancun
The bottom line is this. There are a lot of resorts in this part of Mexico. They all have different pros and cons for personal travel and group travel. It can be overwhelming to figure it all out. I have a list of the best in the area depending on client’s criteria. Working with a travel advisor takes away the stress of deciding which is the best choice! That might mean UNICO, it might mean Hard Rock, or it might mean a totally different brand all together. If you are ready to start traveling again, please reach out!