Generations Riviera Maya by Karisma


By Alisa –

Jade Pan Asian Restaurant.

If you are planning a girls’ get away or a memorable executive experience, a long weekend at Karisma’s Generations in Riviera Maya is just the ticket.  This resort ticks all of the boxes when looking to have an all-inclusive and unique experience.

The large resort has 162 suites. Accommodations include large rooms with sitting areas and swim out balconies. The rooms have a divider wall, which can be used to create a master bedroom to utilize the living area for two more guests, as the couches pull out for additional sleep accommodations. The Naay Spa is a favorite among guests and offers a multitude of services from facials inspired by the sea, to manis and pedis.

The Sushi Platter at Jade Restaurant.

The resort offers five restaurants, two bars and as you would expect, 24-hour room service. At the Chef Market, guests will find food displays three times a day with many options, including rotisserie. The Palms, located steps away from the beach, offers seafood in a casual dining atmosphere. Jade features Pan Asian fare and has some of the best sushi I have ever tasted in Mexico. The Wine Kitchen offers steaks and seafood and has a unique wine wall and a lobster soup gazpacho that is simply delightful with berries. The Habb, an Indian-inspired restaurant, features exotic spices in their cuisine, including Kasoori Methi. Guests will also find traditional dishes there like Butter Chicken and Daal Tadka, too!

Carlos and Alisa in the Wine Kitchen.

As for entertainment, there’s nightly planned activities, and for sun lovers, the resort is situated on a beautiful beach and boasts 11 pools. Beach and pool butlers bring guests whatever drinks their heart’s desire, and there’s also tennis courts, pool tables, cocktail and cooking classes to just name a few.

The new #GenGirl package features a unique blend of all the resort has to offer. The group stay is specifically designed to play on the best attributes and interests of your party with custom itineraries for the Active One, the Chill One, the Fancy One, the Fun One and the Foodie One. For example, this package would include a spa package for the Chill One, a cooking class for the Foodie One, a steady flow of mimosas and berries beach side for the Fancy One and perhaps some yoga at sunrise and beach boot camps for the Active One. The Fun One would enjoy a cocktails’ class rounding out the group so that each guest receives an experience designed just for them.