Nickelodeon All-Inclusive Opens in the Riviera Maya

All-Inclusive Nickelodeon Riviera Maya
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The newest Nickelodeon resort has officially opened its doors in the Caribbean: Karisma’s new Nickelodeon Hotels and Resorts Riviera Maya. 

And the resort has a very special perk: every single room is of the swim-up variety. 

The new property has 280 suites — and all of them are oceanfront, swim-up units. 

All-Inclusive Nickelodeon Riviera Maya

The relatively new resort brand, which first debuted with a property in Punta Cana, features designs, furnishings and inspiration from some of Nickelodeon’s most popular shows, including SpongeBob SquarePants and Paw Patrol. 

The highlight of the property is a six-acre water park called Aqua Nick, with 2,000 square feet of water slides, along with river rides, a lazy river and amenities like the Paw Patrol Adventure Bay interactive playground. 

All-Inclusive Nickelodeon Riviera Maya

There’s also Club Nick, a “free play zone” for kids with themed days, a craft laboratory, a playground a stage and visits by Nickelodeon characters. 

Amenities include 24-hour in-room dining, six restaurants and three bars including a a pair of bars — both of which are, perhaps unsurprisingly, swim-up bars. 

All-Inclusive Nickelodeon Riviera Maya
The waterpark complex at the resort.

It’s the latest addition to Karisma’s portfolio, one that has become one of the most prominent all-inclusive collections in the wider region. 

For more, visit Nickelodeon Riviera Maya

— CJ