- Large spacious rooms
- Family-friendly resort
- Incredibly attentive staff
- Kids’ programs and daycare services
A memorable stay at a charming, all-inclusive beachside resort that offers ocean views, delectable food and a relaxing atmosphere in a prime location.
Panama Jack Resorts Playa del Carmen provides the comfort of home with the hands-off convenience of a large hotel. The all-inclusive resort offers something for visitors of all ages. The Camp Jack program offers kid-friendly fun with face painting, arts and crafts, and mini-golf. There’s also the T-Zone, which is designed to offer exciting activities for teenagers.
When the parents are ready to unwind, there are plenty of upper-level activities complete with jaw-dropping views of the Caribbean Sea. Lounge next to the second-floor pool or take a relaxing dip in the hot tub before grabbing fresh seafood from Off the Hook—the hotel’s beloved rooftop sushi bar. Follow up your meal with a relaxing visit to the Playa del Carmen resort’s Aura Spa for a couples massage, mud wrap or anti-aging treatment.
The laid-back atmosphere of the resort also extends to its suite options. From standard to premium, every style of accommodation is fitted with convenience and comfort in mind, which includes free WiFi and a mini-bar that’s restocked daily. Want to wake up and hit the beach? Choose a beachfront walk-out option or for elevated views, opt for an oceanfront suite with a private balcony.
Located in majestic Playa del Carmen, the resort is conveniently located within walking distance to all of the must-see attractions the city offers. One block away sits the world-famous Fifth Avenue, which is home to a variety of eateries, shops and activities. Stop at Chez Celine for unforgettable sweet treats before strolling through Parque Fundadores for unique family fun, including live performances by local entertainers.
Nestled in the heart of the beautiful Riviera Maya, guests of the resort are only a short drive from some of the region’s most popular archaeological sites. Less than two hours to the West sits the ancient Mayan city of Coba. Spanning nearly 50 square miles, the location features a variety of structures that are open to the public, including the Nohoch Mul Pyramid. While the little ones may find the steep stairs a challenge, teens and adults won’t want to miss the views at the top of the 137-feet tall structure.