Hacienda Tres Rios – All Inclusive
What We Love
- This all-inclusive rate covers unlimited meals, alcoholic beverages, minibar snacks, 24-hour room service, access to the fitness center, yoga and Pilates classes, nature park activities program, sense adventure tour, non-motorized water sports and more
- Taking a dip in a Jacuzzi (on the patio or balcony of some suites)
- Wood-fired pizza from the brick oven at Il Forno
- Freshwater rivers flowing into the sea are great for kiddies
What To Know
- Free WiFi
- Use of snorkel equipment, bikes and kayaks limited to guided nature park tours
- Waves in front of the resort are not ideal for swimming
- The modest spa has a co-ed sauna, steam room and whirlpool
- The resort opened in 2008
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Parking On Site
On Mexico’s Riviera Maya, flanked by a 329-acre nature preserve and the cool Caribbean Sea, Hacienda Tres Rios is an all-inclusive resort with eco credentials to match its stunning location: All the buildings rest on nine-foot pilings so as not to disturb the water flowing though the wetlands, an on-site desalination plant filters seawater, cold water from deep wells is used to pre-cool the air-conditioning systems, and motion sensors turn off the electricity when the rooms are empty.
Bed and Bath
This is no bare-bones experience. Awash in orange and brilliant white, the 273 hacienda-style suites have dark mahogany furniture, Mexican marble–clad bathrooms and crisp Egyptian linens, and face the mangroves or the frothy sea. Some Junior Suites and Corner Rooms are fitted with soaking tubs on the patio.
As you’d expect, food is abundant at this all-inclusive resort, with a choice of nine restaurants and bars. The breakfast buffet is vast and never too crowded; the poolside Il Forno fires up a mean pizza, with every imaginable topping; the seven-course chef’s table is well worth the extra fee; and El Alebrije’s rose petal ice cream is scrumptious. Work off the gluttony by biking through the jungle, swimming in a limestone cenote, snorkeling to spot schools of tropical fish, and paddling in tandem kayaks along two rivers that empty into the Caribbean. The vibe is refreshingly low-key meaning no one’s going to nudge you to take a sushi-making lesson or a tequila tasting, learn to salsa dance or practice Spanish verbs — although all are available here. The intimate Ya’ax Che Spa offers aloe wraps, milk baths and mud therapy, and it’s perfectly acceptable to plop yourself down on a poolside lounger or beach-bed cabana (first come, first served) until the hot Mexican sun sets.
In the Area
Hacienda Tres Rios’s hour-long Sense Adventure takes you on a blindfolded walk through mangroves and along cenotes. Be prepared to chant, listen, touch, sniff and even taste. No peeking allowed. The resort’s chef’s table dinner isn’t part of the all-inclusive deal, but for a fee you’ll sit in a small room near the kitchen, savor a seven-course meal prepared by chef Oscar Orbe and be serenaded by a mariachi band. Ziplining, off-roading, rafting and swimming in underground rivers under stalactites are a few of the adrenaline-inducing activities offered at the nearby Xplor Adventure Park. Check out the seaside Mayan ruins of Tulum, then head farther afield to climb to the top of the 100-foot Ek-Balam (also known as “the Acropolis”).
How to Get There
We found Hacienda Tres Rios to be a very high quality resort with a good variety of Pools. Bars and places to eat, so that you could easily spend a week without feeling the need to get out of the resort. Thoroughly recommend...
We continue to choose to stay at Hacienda Tres Rios. Each visit is relaxing, the food is delicious and the staff is wonderful. The pools, the beds on the beach, the staff combine to assure a great get away.
We liked everything about our stay. The food was excellent in every single restaurant, people were very friendly, everyone was helpful and very professional. The Hacienda's events were excellent and very convenient. The room was always clean, room service was always so professional and would set up our food beautifully. Everybody there is so friendly and helpful. The location is perfect and all the ammeneties were great. I did not go swiming because the beach looked dirty and the broken shells hurt my foot. There were parts that had hard sand and some part you would sink in. The little swiming pond with the fish was great. Thumbs up for a beautiful property.