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MEXICO | Playacar Palace
BRAND

CPI Hotels

RATING

4 Star

BRAND

PALACE RESORTS

RATING

5 STAR

WHERE

MEXICO

FLIGHT FROM LONDON

9 Hours 00 Mins

NUMBER OF BEDROOMS

201

NEAREST AIRPORT

CANCUN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

NUMBER OF MEETING ROOMS

1

TRANSFER

0 Hours 45 Mins

MAX THEATRE

320

TIME DIFFERENCE TO GMT

-5 HOURS


All inclusive, all incredible...

For this hotel's COVID19 policy, please click here. For any further enquiries or information regarding COVID19 strategies relating to the MICE market, please contact the groups desk on +44(0) 845 475 8781 or send us an email groups@hosmark.com

 

The luxury all inclusive Playacar Palace is situated on the Riviera Maya, south of Cancun on the eastern coast of the Yucatán Peninsula and 45 minutes from Cancun International Airport.

A large, open floor space with huge windows allows the gentle sea breezes to waft into the reception lobby, providing a wonderful welcome for guests. With 201 elegantly decorated bedrooms and a ballroom accommodating up to 320 delegates in theatre style, the hotel is set on a beautiful white sandy beach and is just a few minutes' walk from the cosmopolitan 5th Avenue with its buzzing atmosphere and plentiful shops, restaurants and bars.

Playacar Resort offers one main meeting room, the Riviera Ballroom, which subdivides into 6 sections.

The Riviera Ballroom covers an area of 3,330 square feet with a theatre capacity of 320 or 200 classroom style. The Ballroom does not have natural daylight and can seat 240 banquet style and accommodate 300 delegates for a reception.

Xcaret is a wonderful archaeological park situated about 5 minutes from Playa del Carmen - with flamingos, monkeys, colorful parrots and displays of the local flora including a butterfly pavilion and an orchid house.
Group activities are plentiful, from cultural visits to ancient Mayan ruins to swimming with dolphins, jungle tours and rafting through the network of underground rivers known as Cenotes.