- A wide array of dining options, including a great Thai restaurant
- Boasts a friendly and hospitable staff
- Very family friendly
This secluded, massive resort is ideal for bringing the entire family for an action-packed week of fun in the sun, offering ample activities, amenities and spacious rooms.
Guests will never run out of things to do and see when they stay at the Azul Fives in Playa del Carmen. This sprawling property caters to families looking for an all-inclusive beachfront experience just outside of the city’s main drag, making it ideal for escaping the stresses of the modern world. There are a whopping 480 units on the property, and accommodations are spacious and modern. Plus, roomier suite options—with kitchenettes and up to three bedrooms—are also available to those traveling with larger groups.
Children of all ages are taken care of here, with numerous amenities for babies, a playfully designed gym for kids ages 4 and up and the Extreme Breeze Teens Club—a great place for older kids to bond over some of their favorite games and activities. There are even spa services intended especially for kids ages 5–17, so parents and children alike can enjoy their own personal day of relaxation. All this, plus some stellar dining options guaranteed to please even the pickiest palates, makes the Azul Fives the perfect pick for your next family beach vacation.
The Azul Fives is located in Playa del Carmen, a popular Mexican vacation destination that’s just a little bit more laid-back than the more touristy resort zones in nearby Cancún. Situated on the Caribbean coast, this is one of the trendiest spots in the Riviera Maya. This resort is just a 20-minute drive from Playa del Carmen’s happening Fifth Avenue, a walkable strip of some of the best restaurants and shops that makes for a great daytime or evening excursion away from the hotel grounds.
Other day trips worth exploring include a visit to the Mayan ruins of Chichén Itzá and Tulum, an easily accessible ferry ride to the nearby island of Cozumel, or a deep dive into the one of the region’s many underground swimming holes, known as cenotes.