Dreams Puerto Aventuras

Our old friend Sunscape Puerto Aventuras’ transformation to a Dreams resort is now complete! They closed in April of 2008 for major renovations, and opened in December as Dreams Puerto Aventuras. We were there for its grand opening, and as with most openings they just had a little polish needed to be 100%. We just toured the six-month-old Dreams Puerto Aventuras, and she’s done!

All the finishing touches are completed – from foliage and colorful flowers throughout the resort, to the all-new Gohan sushi bar and completely redone furnishings in the rooms – and Dreams Puerto Aventuras has emerged as a true Dreams resort. Smaller than most, the property is very intimate with six floors of rooms, either spectacular oceanviews or relaxing marina views. The size of Dreams Puerto Aventuras and the friendliness of the gated Puerto Aventuras community and marina makes this resort perfect for families with smaller children.

A small cove-style beach and ocean area means parents can let the little ones play on their own, and always be in plain sight – even when sending them to the beachside restrooms! Five restaurants, none of which require reservations, always have something for the kids to choose from. The beachfront shallow pool (some call it a hot tub and say it’s not hot…mostly because it’s not supposed to be!) is a great spot for the youngest to hang out in. Dreams Puerto Aventuras’ Explorers Club takes children from 3-12, with hours from 9AM to 9PM, with plenty of fully-supervised activities. The ocean trampoline and rock climbing float give the older kids something to tire them out, and the coral formations right offshore provide great snorkeling opportunities in shallow water, in full view of the beach.

Dreams Puerto Aventuras is a great choice for families with younger children, a perfect complement to Dreams Tulum’s older child focus. As with other Dreams, Dreams Puerto Aventuras is offering the $200 Resort Credit, kids stay free, and up to 35% off regular rates for 2009 – book by June 30th!


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