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What We Love

  • Unlike other all-inclusives, no garish wristbands
  • The resort welcomes all: families, friends, couples, and singles
  • Generous inclusions like unlimited top-shelf spirits and 24-hour room service
  • The global reach of the restaurants, from Asia to Italy

What To Know

  • The all-inclusive model might not suit everyone
  • Spa treatments are not included in the rate
  • Reservations aren’t required for any of the restaurants

Amenities

  •  All-Inclusive
  •  Babysitting
  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap Accessible
  •  Kids Club
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Room Service
  •  Spa
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Overview

Upscale all-inclusive with seven restaurants and a roster of activities overlooking beautiful Tangolunda Bay

The Lowdown

Dreams Huatulco is geared towards romance-seeking couples, who can exchange sweet nothings over grilled lobster at the adults-only oceanfront Oceana restaurant, and children, who are amply entertained at the Explorer’s Club, a fully supervised kid’s club that includes adventures like beach camping. As at most Mexican all-inclusives, the vibe skews young (or at least young at heart), so expect the party to continue on into the night at the many bars and lounges, some of which offer theme nights, music, and other diversions. But decompression is also on the menu: try a water lily after-sun soothing wrap or a vinotherapy massage at the spa.

In the Area

The state of Oaxaca is blessed with natural beauty galore, from lush jungle to mountains to pristine beaches, so be sure to tear yourself away from the resort long enough to experience some of it. The stunning Copalita waterfalls, and the Copalita Eco-Archeological Park, which contains several ruins and temples, are worth a day trip. Get caffeinated at one of the region’s coffee plantations, like La Gloria, which also offers home-cooked meals.

How to Get There

Dreams Huatulco Resort & Spa All Inclusive
Blvd Benito Juarez #4
Huatulco, 70989 Mexico

Reviews

Wedding in the middle of the hotel
Luisaggie

Everything was going great, until the last night of our stay when the hotel decided it was a good idea to allow a wedding party in the middle of the hotel’s gardens. I want to estimate that 80% of the rooms were affected by having the loudest music from 8pm to 2am. The manager should be simply fired for this, a hotel meant to be for families and to rest became the worst hotel we’ve ever stayed. Our 7 month old baby could not sleep (obviously me and my wife couldn’t either).

We were excited to come back until the last night when our vacation was completely ruined. As I mentioned above, general manager of the hotel should be fired due to this outmost mistake that affected so many families like ours. We are never coming back.

Dy/night pass Dreams Top Shelf
Jeff C

Stayed in Huatulco last Winter 2019. Purchased a day pass and spent the afternoon/ evening at Dreams. We stayed at Dreams Hotel 11 years, and now we rent a Condo and stay the whole Winter in sunny Huatulco.
We often visit the place that we enjoyed when we came to Huatulco. We come to Dreams quite a few times while we are in Huatulco.
Every year that we spend a day at Dreams is a real treat for us. Everybody there does his or her job, and makes being there a joyful experience. You cannot beat this place and will again be in Huatulco starting on December 31st. 2019 for the Winter.

This review was from one of the last visits to Dreams in March of 2019. We had a great time, especially seeing some of the people that make that such a great place.

First we started up at the front desk saying hello to one of the managers, who is a good friend of ours Diego Mercadillo. He is very pleasant to talk to and does a very good job at what he does. He is the rooms division Manager and is well liked by the employees that work there.

One of our favorite restaurants at Dreams is the Himitsu or Japanese restaurant. Boy oh boy what a well ran restauratnt. Everybody runs around there and you cannot beat the service or the food!!!!! I watch what is going on there and I think why that restaurant runs so smooth is the manager there. His name is Genner and he really hustles all the time. He Knows what to do and and is constantly running around there helping out.

All the employees at Dreams seem very happy there and make it a pleasure to visit there. It seems like home when we go there, and do our part to take care of the help by tipping them whenever we can.

Ok enough for now, can't wait to go back there. We reccomend Dreams highly and have sent several people to stay there, and also for day passes.

Great stay
Yoki P

I stayed here last year and forgot to write this review. It was great. I think the only issue i had was slow in getting drinks. But other than that, it was great. Loved the fishes by the beach, it was so calming.