The variety of our meeting spaces include from our impressive Convention Center, useful for large and small groups, to a Mexican Hacienda. As well as, multifunctional rooms and venues, private beaches and the spectacular events room located in our pyramid-shaped hill, that emulates the ancient pre-Hispanic buildings, providing everything necessary to achieve the success of your event.
We have unparalleled outdoor facilities perfect for team building and incentive activities, as well as product launches with countless possibilities, featured by the most emblematic parks in Mexico. All of them totally soundproofed and equipped with the latest technology.
With the outstanding ALL-FUN INCLUSIVE™ vacation concept, Xcaret, Xel-Há, Xplor, Xplor Fuego, Xavage, Xoximilco, Xenses, Xenotes and Xichén will become your backyards with unlimited access to carry out team work activities, cultural tours or simply as the settings for a closing event that will assure the success of your convention. It’s a fresh new take on the all-inclusive model that goes way beyond food and beverage to include incredible destination-specific experiences, too.
That’s major for meeting planners—and a real ROI boost. Mexico as a MICE program destination has long been known for its value proposition with its massive leisure appeal, impressive intellectual capital and industry expertise, abundance of airlift, strength in hospitality, and more. Add in the Hotel XCaret’s ALL-FUN INCLUSIVE™ model, and the benefits continue with simplified budget planning by way of a set per-person price that will leave attendees not only taken care of—but also entertained and indulged—so that planners can focus more of their efforts on maximizing the productivity of meetings.
When those business sessions end, members of your group can easily explore all the delights of the eco-parks, which have lush jungles, scenic waterways, and some of Mexico’s most stunning stalactite caves. But isn’t it better if they enjoy them together? Many of the experiences afforded all Hotel XCaret guests can be turned into organized group outings and team-building activities.
They come in many forms. Attendees can cheer on their colleagues during a nighttime glide through the treetops on the highest zipline in the Riviera Maya. They can dare to tackle challenging terrain during an off-road vehicle obstacle course. Or they can transition back and forth between land and water together in an amphibious vehicle that can take on anything.
After the adrenaline rush has been had, planners can tap into the on-site cultural experiences for shared group experiences, too. They’ll especially love attending the Mexican floating fiesta, complete with live mariachi music, where they can toast in celebration to their daring feats.
In addition to the facilities and large indoor spaces, Hotel Xcaret Mexico has unparalleled outdoor venues—like the Hacienda Henequenera in Xcaret Park, unique in its kind, with a style that will make your event stand out for itself. The Hacienda has a sliding roof, and its patio can accommodate up to 500 people where cocktails, dinners and endless possibilities can be developed in an environment that exalts Mexican roots. The hacienda also has a room with capacity for up to 1,420 people that can be divided into four spaces.
Indeed—without ever having to bring a group off property—planners can enchant their attendees with several spectacular special event settings. The lay of the land at Hotel XCaret caters to spectacular outdoor events, as the topography is nuanced with special places that can accommodate various-sized gatherings. A private plated dinner can be served for a group of board members in a secluded spot with a stunning rock cave; end-of-program celebrations can happen on the beach; and receptions can be tucked away in an inlet or cove, where the scenery is both magical and serene.
Planners can mesmerize meeting attendees even more by arranging for special add-ons that showcase Mayan history and culture. Mayan words and concepts can be incorporated into keynote speeches or small-group seminars to activate dynamic discussions inspired by the destination. Private performances showcasing traditional Mayan dance, music, and dress can be a fun and festive way to mark the end of a MICE program. And group dining experiences can be designed to feature dishes and ingredients specific to the region, treating attendees’ taste buds to an authentic and artisanal cultural celebration, too.