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Fun is guaranteed at this hotel. You can unwind and sunbathe at one of our hotel’s four pools, dive into the waters of the Caribbean or enjoy the sun under a palm roof or on a Balinese bed.
If you’re in the mood for something more active, the Star Friends entertainment team has daily activities planned to stave off any boredom. And at night, live music shows and the nightclub await.
If you come to Mexico with kids, they won’t to want to leave this hotel. Its Star Camp facilities are the dream of any child or teenager. Slides, a multi-adventure course, ping pong, video game consoles, board games, mixing tables to learn how to DJ, a kitchen to learn new recipes, table soccer, trampolines…, professional staff and other kids to have magical experiences with: the perfect meeting place to take part in organized activities or simply to play.
Your kids can experience the curiosities of the jungle in Monkey if they are between 4 and 7 years old, while kids aged 8 to 12 can experience exciting underwater adventures in Dolphin. And if you’re traveling with teenagers aged 13 to 17, they won’t have a dull moment in Eagle, with activities completely designed for them.
They also have a children’s pool, a kids menu in the restaurant, a mini-disco and a carousel. And if you adults are hoping for a romantic dinner, you can hire the babysitting service.
Iberostar’s Fit&Fun program cares for your body and mind on holiday. Our program incorporates three main elements: fun and exciting physical activities, a menu of deliciously healthy foods, and tons of options that promote both your physical and mental well-being. And the best thing about it? It’s suitable for all ages and physical conditions.
At Spa Sensations you can choose from more than 20 types of massages. The professional massage therapists can help you decide which one best suits you. You can start with a facial treatment, such as the active hydration treatment based on pure collagen, the purification treatment with red clay, ginger, cinnamon and licorice, or the nutrition treatment with caviar and pure argan oil…
Continue with a body treatment with seaweed and gold dust or volcanic rocks. Or why not travel the world with a massage? Try an imperial Mayan massage which combines stretching supported by a rebozo (traditional Mexican blanket) with aromatherapy and stone massage. There’s also a relaxing Swedish massage, a Japanese shiatsu massage based on specific pressure points, an Indian Ayurvedic massage using oils, and a Thai massage that stimulates the joints.
And don’t leave without treating yourself to the hydrotherapy circuit which includes a spa pool, sauna, Turkish bath, Roman bath, multi-jet shower, and much more.
You can play golf without leaving the complex. The Iberostar Playa Paraíso Golf Club is a professional 18-hole golf course designed by the architect P.B. Dye. It has four tee box locations to adapt to all levels, with a clubhouse shop and restaurant.
You can take private lessons and the green fees include a half-cart, snacks and drinks. You can also rent equipment, and as an Iberostar customer you will have preferential packages and rates.
Discover the depths of the Caribbean and take PADI courses or dive in the Riviera Maya alongside experienced divers. You can take dives along the entire coast of Playa del Carmen, in the cenotes of the Yucatán jungle or on the island of Cozumel. Go turtle watching and scuba dive around shipwrecks with Dressel Divers, located at the hotel beach.
There are plenty of ways to get in shape at the hotel: playing sports on the sand, such as beach volleyball, taking a dip in the ocean and trying a range of water activities, such as kayaking, sailing on a catamaran, windsurfing, etc., playing tennis or getting in shape at the hotel’s fitness center (must be at least 16 years of age), where you’ll find activities, programs and equipment to exercise on your own.
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