Resort: Dreams Huatulco
Location: Southern Pacific coast of Mexico
* All inclusive resort for singles, couples, and families
* Located on one of the best beaches in southern Mexico
* Preferred Club with the best rooms and exclusive services
* Supervised Explorer’s Club for kids
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Food & Drink:
* All inclusive meals, snacks, and drinks
* Six lounges serving unlimited premium beverages
* 24-hour room and concierge services
* Stocked mini-fridge
* Gourmet restaurants including:
Portofino – Italian restaurant with an à la carte menu. A restaurant for adults. Dress code: casual elegance.
Himitsu – Asian and Hibachi à la carte restaurant. Dress code: casual elegance
Oceana – Fresh seafood à la carte. Dress code: casual elegance
Seaside Grill – Grilled specialties à la carte with an ocean view. Dress code: casual
El Patio – Mexican restaurant. Dress code: casual
World Café – International buffet. Dress code: casual
Dreams Huatulco Review
All inclusive resort for singles, couples, and families. Like most Dreams resorts, this is an upscale family vacation resort with services for children. Singles, honeymooners and couples looking for a romantic and quiet resort will want to look elsewhere.
The resort is located on a nice little bay (Tangolunda Bay) in the Huatulco region with a nice size brown sand beach. The pools are nice, but could use a few more chairs to avoid the “early bird gets a chair” game. Rooms overlooking the pool area will hear the kids playing in the morning.
The rooms are very clean, spacious and comfortable. Luxurious touches such as robes, slippers, nice linens, flat screen televisions, etc… add to the enjoyment of your stay. All rooms have private balconies, but not all rooms are ocean view. Make sure you specify if you want a king bed or two double beds before you arrive.
The food is good with numerous options. The 24 hour room service is nice as it allows complete flexibility and options anytime you are hungry. The international buffet has a wide selection with special theme nights. The specialty restaurants offer sit down a la carte menus with wait service. You don’t need to make a reservation as you will get a buzzer and a drink if you need to wait for a table.
The local golf course is not included in the all inclusive package, but it is cheaper if you make your tee time through the resort’s front desk. Try to make an early tee time as this part of Mexico gets very hot by the afternoon.