An all-inclusive vacation to Mexico doesn’t have to cost a fortune.
Here are some of the best all-inclusive resorts in Mexico with rooms under $250 per night based on double occupancy.
All-inclusive resorts are extremely popular for winter getaways to Mexico. If you’re looking for the ultimate relaxing beach vacation, you can’t go wrong with an all-inclusive resort.
When staying at an all-inclusive resort, all of your meals and beverages are included. Many all-inclusive resorts have multiple restaurants to choose from for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, as well as room service and beach service. Premium beverages and alcoholic drinks are also included at all-inclusive resorts.
While some all-inclusive resorts can be pricy, these affordable all-inclusive resorts in Mexico all have rates under $250 per night.
In order to score the lowest price on all-inclusive resorts, you will have to best luck looking for dates during the off-season or booking far in advance for the December to April peak travel season, according to U.S. News.
Here are the best cheap all-inclusive resorts in Mexico for your next vacation:
1. Iberostar Selection Cancún
Cancun is one of the best destinations in Mexico for all-inclusive resorts, with tons of options to choose from, but Iberostar Selection Cancún is one of the most budget-friendly luxury resorts.
This resort is geared towards adults, but it’s also family-friendly. It offers 10 swimming pools, 6 restaurants, and 8 bars and snack areas, along with private beach access.
Although it boasts five-star amenities, it’s possible to snag a room for as little as $240 per night.
2. Occidental at Xcaret Destination
Location: Playa del Carmen
Occidental at Xcaret Destination is another five-star all-inclusive resort in Mexico with prices as low as $250 per night during the off-season (check for August through November for the best deals.)
Located on a private bay in Playa del Carmen, this resort offers 7 swimming pools, 11 restaurants, 10 bars, a nightclub, evening entertainment, and dolphinarium, and more.
3. El Cozumeleño Beach Resort
Cozumel is an island located just off the coast of Playa del Carmen, known for its gorgeous beaches. While Cozumel has a number of all-inclusive resorts to choose from, El Cozumeleño Beach Resort is the most budget-friendly, with rates under $150 per night for much of the year.
This three-star resort offers five swimming pools, two hot tubs, multiple restaurants and bars, a private beach, tennis courts, and other amenities.
4. Paradise Village Nuevo Vallarta
Location: Puerto Vallarta
Paradise Village Nuevo Vallarta is an affordable all-inclusive resort just 10 minutes from the popular Pacific Coast beach destination of Puerto Vallarta.
You can often find rooms available at this resort for under $250 per night, even during peak season. Guests will enjoy multiple swimming pools, restaurants, and bars, as well as free water activities like kayaking and boogie boarding at the resort’s private beach.
5. Royal Solaris Los Cabos
Location: San Jose del Cabo
Royal Solaris Los Cabos is a five-star luxury all-inclusive resort on the Pacific Coast of Mexico. If you’re looking for an all-inclusive beach resort for under $250 per night, this is another good option.
This resort has 6 restaurants, 4 bars, 3 swimming pools, nightly entertainment, and other amenities. It’s a family-friendly resort that is perfect for a relaxing winter getaway.
6. Grand Palladium Costa Mujeres
Location: Playa Mujeres
Costa Mujeres is a beautiful beach area about 30 minutes north of Cancun. Grand Palladium Costa Mujeres is one of the best all-inclusive resorts, and this five-star luxury resort often has deals for under $250 per night during the off-season.
You’ll be able to enjoy 3 swimming pools, a private beach, 7 restaurants, multiple bars, and a luxurious spa with treatments available at an additional cost.
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