Iberostar Grand Hotel Paraiso, Playa del Carmen, Mexico

The award winning Grand Hotel Paraíso is part of Iberostar's Grand Collection of hotels. With over 2,500 five star reviews on Trip Advisor it's no wonder why guests continue to flock to the hotel and for good reason. The resort is located on a beautiful set of sandy white beaches and has world-class amenities, butler service, divine food and more. The resort is a perfect getaway from screaming kids; only guests 18 years and older can visit the resort. As an all-inclusive resort you can literally have the world at your fingertips if you choose to stay at Grand Hotel Paraiso. Golfing, Scuba diving, water polo, nightlife, shooting and 24-hour room service highlight the offerings.

Luxury Bahia Principe, Cayo Levantado, Dominican Republic

If you really need some serious R&R time consider the island resort of Cayo Levantado. Located just off the coast of the Dominican Republic the resort occupies an entire 1.5km island. The poolside cabanas are a great way to drink, swim and meet people. Each of the resort's 201 rooms is, at a minimum, 430 square feet. Some of the more premium rooms exceed 1,000 square feet. The cuisine is also top notch. Seven different theme nights provide a world of tasty culinary sensations.

Grand Sirenis Riviera Maya, Mexico

Are you up for adventure? The Grand Sirenis Resort features cave diving trips in Akumal, Mayan for "Land of Tortoises." More than 200 underground caves feature depths of nearly 500 feet. You can scuba dive, kayak or snorkel your way through the majestic scenery. After your day in the crystal clear water, what's better than parachuting your way back down to earth? Jet skiing, fishing, gold and other sporting activities are available as well. The resort also features incredible spas, including one that mimics the soothing, rejuvenating qualities of the Dead Sea.

If you're more of a history buff than athlete, take a daytime excursions to Tulum, the only seaside city the Mayans ever built. Its ruins are still standing and are in fabulous condition, no doubt in part because of the terrific climate. The walled city rests on 39 feet tall cliffs overlooking the Caribbean Ocean.

Sandos Caracol, Playa del Carmen, Mexico 

Stay in a variety of environments including "lush green jungles" and a "pristine white sand beach" according to Sandos Caracol's website. A breathtaking adventure awaits you and your children at Caracol. The Aquapark features 17 slides and playful water features. The pool is always under the supervision of trained lifeguards so you can leave the worrying to them. Native flora and fauna can be viewed via the Eco-Experience. Mangrove trees, macaws and spider monkeys are all living in this oasis.

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