Mexico’s newest all-inclusive resort has its own zipline


The all-new Riviera Maya all-inclusive has all the amenities you love in a beachfront resort. Day beds dot the sandy shores Sensira Resort & Spa. You will find a swimming pool to match your energy, whether it is for basking in the sun or for playing volleyball. Plus, you can order endless frozen margaritas and fresh ceviche to pick up with tortilla chips.

But Sensira’s debut also comes with some unexpected and playful surprises, including the resort‘s own zipline that gives guests an aerial view of the sprawling property and a nice glimpse of Petempich Bay. (For thrill seekers wishing to continue the adventure with an excursion, Xcaret nearby Xplor theme park has seven ziplines totaling 2.4 miles that rise above the jungle)

As travelers emerge from their COVID cocoons and embark on international journeys, the entertaining amenities at the 359-room resort provide much-needed lightness. In addition to the zipline, Sensira also has a miniature golf course with jungle views, a movie theater that shows family-friendly movies, a mechanical bull inside a Western-themed steakhouse, walls of climbing and a grid of trampolines in the children’s club.

A top-notch culinary program also sets Sensira apart from other Riviera Maya all-inclusives. Galeria Des Sens, an adults-only restaurant with a Louvre-inspired ambiance, is run by chef John Bertrand. From Guadalajara, Chef Bertrand’s seasonal eight-course menus are very creative with dishes like oysters accompanied by a smoke show and gold-dusted chocolate desserts formed in superhero molds.

In all, the resort has 13 restaurants and bars, including three beach-level restaurants that make great places to dine: La Tentazione, which serves northern Italian cuisine, La Finca de Ana, a Mexican restaurant. with a traditional gourmet menu and Rodeo Grill, the western steakhouse.

Guests here also have their choice of pools, which include an oceanfront infinity pool and hot tub, and an adults-only pool with a glass wall perfect for underwater mermaid-like selfies. The Adventure Club Aquapark, designed for ages 4 to 12, has a treehouse theme with water slides and a drawbridge.

With a contemporary design that includes cascading rooms jutting out towards the beach, the slate of Sensira rooms and suites is categorized with seven different gemstone themes, some like the Sapphire rooms which are well suited for families and come equipped with bunk beds and others, like the Ruby Rooms, designed for honeymooners, with hydromassage tubs, butler service, and aromatherapy menu.

Agatha encompasses entry-level stays, with contemporary rooms and balconies. Amber accommodations are adult-only rooms with butler service, hydromassage tubs and lounge bar access. Many of these rooms are located on the deck that connects the resort’s two main buildings, giving the illusion of floating above the ocean.

For an added luxury experience, the Resort’s Diamond is the Presidential Suite category, which offers breathtaking views of the Mexican Caribbean, two bedrooms with luxury marble and wood finishes, 3.5 bathrooms, a living room and a dining area, a fully equipped kitchen and a pool table. These presidential suites have a private terrace with swimming pool and hot tub.

To end your stay here, retire to the spa for a massage. Treatment rooms are inspired by contemporary artists (think: A Starry Night Studio) and local ingredients such as jojoba oil, agave nectar, avocado extract, and aloe vera can be used. incorporated into spa services.

Rates start at $ 650 a night.


About Richard Chandler

Check Also

Marriott Vacation Club Opens New Resort, Marriott’s Bali Nusa Dua Terrace

The exterior of the Bali Nusa Dua terrace at the Marriott. The new resort offers …

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.