- Direct Flights from Gatwick with Virgin or British Airways
- 10 nights on an All Inclusive basis at Hard Rock Hotel Cancun
- Private Return Airport Transfers
- Up to $3600 Resort Credit that can be spent on unlimited golf & spa facilities
- Valid for travel August to October 2018
Hard Rock Hotel, Cancun
At the unique Hard Rock Hotel, Cancun beach resort, they have created the ultimate beachfront celebrity playground and transformed the typical All Inclusive vacation into a rock star paradise, which reflects the Mexican setting and cosmopolitan flair.
Featuring breathtaking ocean views and private balconies, the Hard Rock Hotel, Cancun suites and guest rooms offer totally over the top indulgence with hydro spa tub, flat screen LCD televisions with premium satellite channels, plush bathrobes and slippers, top-of-the-line bath amenities, custom bedding with fine linens and a cotton duvet, a well-stocked mini-bar, in-room wine, and a liquor dispenser with top shelf whiskey, tequila, rum, and vodka.
Riviera Cancun Golf Club
One of Cancun's most beautiful golf courses, the Riviera Cancun Golf Club is home to the unforgettable 18-hole Jack Nicklaus Signature Design course. Featuring splendid greens, dazzling fairways, and strategic bunkering.
The course is set on a natural reserve with mangroves, exotic flora and fauna, exceptional views of the Caribbean Sea. The undulating fairways and greens reward the player who calculates well the risk vs. reward shot value and offers the opportunity to experience a peaceful atmosphere to perform a perfect game.
Hard Rock Golf Club, Riviera Maya
This is more than just a game was awarded the Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence thanks to 18 flawless holes and 7,136 yards of challenging play. Tee up and make your approach to rock & roll glory today. And that calls for more than just a golf course.
Located in the ideal area of Quintana Roo, the Hard Rock Golf Club™ Riviera Maya features stunning natural beauty surrounded by exotic wildlife and ancient Mayan ruins and it was designed by Robert von Hagge as one of the first courses of the modern era.