Unico 20˚87˚Hotel Riviera Maya

Unico 20˚87˚Hotel Riviera Maya
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Photos by Britney Gill Posse Set | Majorelle Set via Revolve | BAE Pants | Tularosa Suit via Revolve | Faithfull The Brand Top| Blue Life Swimsuit via Swimwear World

Photos by Britney Gill
Posse Set | Majorelle Set via Revolve | BAE Pants | Tularosa Suit via Revolve | Faithfull The Brand Top| Blue Life Swimsuit via Swimwear World

Mexico is one of my favourite places to visit...the food, the people, the weather~it is all so wonderful! I was very excited to spend three days at the beautiful Unico 20˚87˚ Hotel Rivera Maya...it had everything you could imagine to make a perfect holiday.

My favourite part of the resort (as you can tell, from all of the photos!) was their beach...it was picture perfect, with soft white sand and turquoise waters - Britney & I spent most of our time here with our toes in the sand swimming and laying out in the sun, it was perfect.

The rest of the hotel was so pretty, too...They had bathtubs on every balcony (so dreamy) and three pools to choose from that were streamlined and so gorgeous. We did yoga in front of the ocean one morning with an amazing yoga instructor (sometimes hotel yoga can be iffy, but this was beyond excellent! A wonderful way to start the day) and the restaurants were all so yummy (although we did mostly eat Guac & Chips!!) 

The fact that the hotel is all inclusive just made it so easy - you never had to think about anything. And the staff were amazingly kind & helpful. I never wanted to leave! 

They also took us on an amazing adventure to the Cenote Tankah - Cenote's are a must visit when you are in this area of Mexico, and while I have visited many before, I never knew so much about them & how they were formed (you can read more about it here) and, while most cent's are open to the public, the Cenote Tankah can only be visited by guests of three resorts/companies, Unico being one of them, so it was really private and breathtaking. 

We were taken to four different cenote's - The first one had a zipline over the water that you could jump off of, the second had tons of fish to see, and the fourth was just the most breathtaking, the water colour was insane, there was a great rock to jump off of (these are the best spots to jump because the water is so clear and they are soooo deep! Really safe) and there was a huge dock to lounge around on- It was the very best day, and our guide told us so much and even took tons of photos for everyone jumping off the rocks & hanging out. It was the best!

More coming up from Mexico,

xo