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16 Best All-Inclusive Mexico Resorts With Water Parks

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Parents love all-inclusive resorts. Kids love water parks. Combine the two and everyone is happy. Mexico offers several all-inclusive resorts with water parks, which means fun for the whole family. From Cancun to Cabo, these are the best all-inclusive Mexico resorts with water parks.

Water Park at Royalton Riviera Cancun; Courtesy of Royalton Riviera Cancun

1. Royalton Riviera Cancun – Puerto Morelos, Mexico

The luxurious Royalton Riviera Cancun features a water park for kids in addition to 11 swimming pools! Other perks that are covered in rates include meals and beverages at nine onsite restaurants and 12 bars, kids’ clubs (divided by age group), and non-motorized water sports.

Boy at Water Park at Moon Palace Cancun; Courtesy of Moon Palace Cancun

2. Moon Palace Cancun – Riviera Maya, Mexico

At Moon Palace Cancun, families will find a water park, FlowRider surfing simulator, several pools, and a beautiful stretch of beach. The resort also offers the Playroom for kids, the Wired Lounge for teens, and the Awe Spa for parents—something for all ages.

Camp Jack at Panama Jack Resorts Cancun in Mexico; Courtesy of Panama Jack Resorts Cancun

3. Panama Jack Resorts Cancun – Cancun, Mexico

Camp Jack, a big hit with the junior set, has a pirate-themed splash park with seven waterslides, two splash zones and a family pool. Panama Jack Resorts Cancun also has an array of water sports, 13 restaurants, a fully equipped gym and an amazing beach. Free Wi-Fi is there if you want to connect… or just take in all the fun and do a digital detox.

Water Park at Seadust Cancun Family Resort in Mexico; Courtesy of Seadust Cancun Family Resort

4. Seadust Cancun Family Resort – Cancun, Mexico 

The Seadust Cancun Family Resort took over the Great Parnassus Family Resort and reopened in 2017. This all-inclusive resort offers a great water park for kids, complete with multiple pools, a splash area, slides and more. Plus, there’s a great beach area, ziplining, rock climbing and a spa with a menu of offerings created specifically for kids.

Water Park at All Ritmo Cancun Resort & Waterpark' Courtesy of All Ritmo Cancun Resort & Waterpark

5. All Ritmo Cancun Resort & Waterpark – Cancun, Mexico

Located near the Cancun airport, All Ritmo Cancun Resort & Waterpark has a great water park (admission is free to resort guests and there’s a charge for outside guests). It’s open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day (closed on Tuesdays for maintenance), and in addition to all the water fun (splash zones, slides, dumping water buckets), there are lockers, a bar and restaurant, lounge chairs, Ping-Pong tables, mini-golf, a playground, basketball court, tennis courts and more.

Water Park at Grand Bahia Principe Coba; Courtesy of Grand Bahia Principe Coba

6. Grand Bahia Principe Coba – Akumal, Mexico

This all-inclusive Mexico resort’s water park includes slides, palm-tree waterfalls, dumping buckets and a wading pool. The Grand Bahia Principe Coba has over 1,000 rooms, two large pools (one of which contains the water park), 10 restaurants, nine bars, a spa and a golf course. Plus, there’s paddle surfing, kayaks, tennis, catamarans for hire, snorkeling, boogie boards and a gym.

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Water Park at Sandos Caracol Eco Resort & Spa in Mexico; Courtesy of Sandos Caracol Eco Resort & Spa

7. Sandos Caracol Eco Resort & Spa – Riviera Maya, Mexico 

The Sandos Caracol Eco Resort‘s aqua park has plenty of different waterslides (including classics like the Kamikaze!) designed for all age groups, from toddlers to grown-ups. In fact, it’s the grown-up slides that really make this Mexico resort water park stand out. Most water parks are for little kids, but here, adults can race down the slides and join the fun. Located in the Riviera Maya, this eco resort offers wonderful sustainable excursions (including nature and cultural trips), as well as fun water sports and a gorgeous beach.

Water Park at Allegro Cozumel in Mexico; Courtesy of Allegro Cozumel

8. Allegro Cozumel – Cozumel, Mexico 

This all-inclusive Mexico resort has five pools and a fabulous pirate-themed water park for kids of all ages. It includes slides, tipping buckets and wading areas for smaller kids. Also, the Allegro Cozumel offers a kids’ club, diving, an expansive beach, a hot tub area for adults and five restaurants.

Water Park at The Grand Mayan Nuevo Vallarta Resort; Courtesy of The Grand Mayan Nuevo Vallarta Resort

9. The Grand Mayan Nuevo Vallarta Resort – Nuevo Vallarta, Mexico 

One of the highlights of this Mexico water park resort is the lazy river, where you can spend hours enjoying the water and sun. Then there’s the aqua park boasting a wave pool and the Mayan Pyramid slide. Plus, there are plenty of pools, Jacuzzi rings, fountains, and waterfalls to be found at The Grand Mayan Nuevo Vallarta Resort.

The Kiddy Pool at the Barcelo Maya Colonial; TripAdvisor Expert Photo

10. Barcelo Maya Colonial & Tropical – Riviera Maya, Mexico 

The Pirates Island water park has rides and slides and the Barcy water park has castles, slides, waterfalls and a swimming pool. In total, there are six pools at the Barcelo Maya Colonial & Tropical, plus a special shallow area pool for little kids and a semi-Olympic size pool for adults. There’s also a game area, beach shop, surf rider, 18-hole miniature golf and a four-lane bowling alley.

Water Park at Royal Solaris Cancun; Courtesy of Royal Solaris Cancun

11. Royal Solaris Cancun – Cancun, Mexico 

This all-inclusive Mexico water park resort, located in the Cancun Hotel Zone, has 300 rooms and a private marina with plenty of water sports. The oceanfront pool complex is divided into three sections, including a children’s water park and supervised mini club. Nightly theme shows, live music in the lobby, daily aqua aerobics at the pool and other activities, like beach volleyball and water polo, are offered at the Royal Solaris Cancun.

Kids on Waterslide at Royal Solaris Los Cabos; Courtesy of Royal Solaris Los Cabos

12. Royal Solaris Los Cabos – San Jose del Cabo, Mexico 

On the other side of Mexico, Royal Solaris Los Cabos also offers a mini water park for youngsters, plus three swimming pools the whole family can enjoy. Five restaurants, four bars, nightly entertainment, and shuttle service into town round out the appeal.

Water Park at Barcelo Huatulco; Courtesy of Barcelo Huatulco

13. Barcelo Huatulco – Huatulco, Mexico 

Planning a visit to Oaxaca and Huatulco? You’ll want to stay at the all-inclusive Barcelo Huatulco, which offers a mini water park. The Barcy Water Park is perfect for little ones, with small waterslides and shallow waters. When the kids need a break from the pools, play a round of mini-golf or head to one of the kids’ areas.

Aqua Nick at Nickelodeon Hotels & Resort Riviera Maya

14. Nickelodeon Hotels & Resort Riviera Maya

One of several new all-inclusive resorts opening in 2020, the Nickelodeon Hotels & Resort Riviera Maya will offer Aqua Nick, a 500,000-square-foot water park with activities including a lazy river, waterslides, a splash park, an interactive water playground for toddlers, and mini relaxation pools. Onsite lockers, bathrooms, showers and towel service will also be included to ensure every comfort is met.

Water Park at Dreams Playa Mujeres Golf and Spa Resort

15. Dreams Playa Mujeres Golf & Spa Resort – Punta Sam, Mexico 

Dreams Playa Mujeres Golf & Spa Resort has two giant waterslides for bigger kids (and adults!), plus a great water play area with smaller slides, splash buckets, and water jets that younger kids can enjoy. There’s also a water trampoline for added fun, a lazy river for Preferred Club Guests, and a beautiful white-sand beach!

Water Park at Finest Playa Mujeres

16. Finest Playa Mujeres – Cancun, Mexico 

Another resort with a smaller water park, Finest Playa Mujeres offers the Imagine Kids Club water park as part of its kids’ club attractions. Slide down one of the waterslides, splash in the waterfall—there’s plenty of water excitement to keep kids entertained! When you’re not at the water park, you can all head inside for some family-friendly spa treatments!

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