Gay-Friendly All Inclusives

Gay-Friendly All Inclusives in Mexico

Riviera Maya

El Dorado Casitas Royale

If a person’s ideal vacation involves enjoying food and drinks in the pool, this all-inclusive resort will fit those criteria. Imagine staff delivering food to guests, who are mid-swim. Any couple can request a hammock, and there’s free wifi. That probably means that guests watch Netflix in hammocks with the hotel’s memory foam pillows, before taking a mid-day nap. Maybe couples read to each other in the hammocks. Supposedly, it’s a spa resort and Butlers are on-hand at the beach.

Sandos Caracol Eco Resort

If a couple wants to go to a waterpark and stay at an all-inclusive resort, this hotel will satisfy both visits, all at once. As an eco-resort, it’s probably more socially and environmentally responsible to stay at this resort. As opposed to other resorts, who do not have a sustainable reputation to uphold, the resort takes initiatives to help the environment. For example, any guest can plant an indigenous tree.

Any person, who is gay and looking to kayak can join kayak excursions at the resort. There are activities for kids in the resort. Therefore, a person who is gay can bring his or her children or family members. The resort can act as a family-trip destination, rather than an adults-only romantic vacation.

Valentin Imperial Riviera Maya

The Valentin Imperial boasts a 5-star rating. Therefore, the resort has a reputation for luxury. It’s located on a beach. This is a gay-friendly resort in that it’s adult only. Prospective guests can take a virtual tour of the place.


Puerto Vallarta

Hyatt Ziva

The resort is on the beach. In fact, there’s a private section of the beach that’s attached to the resort. The design of the rooms looks sleek and modern, based on the resort’s website. There’s a fitness center overlooking the beach. Some balconies have a pool that overlooks the beach. There are activities and areas designated for kids. There are also adult-only areas. Therefore, a single gay person can go alone or bring family and friends. The all-inclusive aspect of the resort includes live entertainment.


Grand Palladium Vallarta Resort & Spa


Hyatt Zilara

The Hyatt Zilara is an oceanfront resort. Therefore, the pools are oceanfront. Guests can swim in a pool right next to the beach and swim in the beach itself. The rooms are modern and include balconies.

There’s a turtle release option that’s included. Therefore, guests can save turtles. Aside from the all-inclusive amenities and activities, guests can pay for additional experiences and privileges. For example, a couple can rent a private luxury suite with access to a pool that overlooks the ocean. The couple can rent a private cabana.

The guests can also invest in spa treatments or beauty parlor services. For example, a wedding party can pay for the bride to have a style team on the day of the wedding to prepare the bride for walking down the aisle. Guests can even sign up for a free unofficial but real wedding ceremony where a couple can romantically make vows to each other privately. The resort even gives the couple a certificate by an officiant following the private event.

Zoetry Villa Rolandi Isla Mujeres

There’s free parking at this all-inclusive resort, which means that gay couples can rent a car and commute to the main town to experience life outside the resort. What is going out for, if not to return to the amenities and benefits of an all-inclusive resort? The resort offers golf packages to a course designed by Greg Norman, who is nicknamed “the shark.” Speaking of sharks, guests can scuba dive.

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