Celebrate Easter with Unlimited Vacation Club

According to the legend, the “Easter Bunny” is responsible for bringing baskets filled with colored eggs and chocolates to children throughout the land to represent the fertility of the earth with the arrival of spring and the passing of the winter season. As with all special events, AMResort properties celebrate Easter in a spectacular way! Staff

Celebrate the arrival of the 3 Kings with Unlimited Vacation Club

In most parts of the world the festive season comes to an end after New Year’s Eve however here in Mexico there is still one more important celebration to enjoy. On January 6, families in Mexico and several other Latin American Countries celebrate El Dia De Reyes also known as Three Kings Day; A commemoration

Boogie your way into 2015 at Dreams Riviera Cancun

If you are spending New Year’s Eve at Dreams Riviera Cancun this year, there is one essential item that you absolutely cannot forget to pack: Your Dancing Shoes! Each and every year all of our resorts offer exceptional events and this year is no different. Dreams Riviera Cancun are going back in time to bring

A Christmas surprise unlike any other at Dreams Tulum!

This Christmas holiday, a very special guest was spreading his Christmas magic at Dreams Tulum Resort & Spa.. At midday on December 24th 2014, the Unlimited Vacation Club members staying at Dreams Tulum made their way towards to the U-Lounge for a christmas champagne toast…. Little did they know that Santa had already arrived at Dreams Tulum, a

“Las Posadas” ~ A Mexican Christmas Tradition

Posadas are Christmas festivities held every year in Mexico throughout the month of December, these traditions originated in Mexico although similar celebrations are carried out throughout several other Latin American countries. The origin of the Posadas dates back to colonial times when the Augustinian friar Diego Soria was granted permission from the Pope to celebrate

Thanksgiving 2014

Thanksgiving is a traditional event that was originally celebrated in the United States and Canada. Although each country has their own way of celebrating this age old event, the purpose of the celebration is the same: To bring all the family together and give thanks for everything received over the last year, be it health,

November 20th – The Mexican Revolution

Did you know that November 20th marks the anniversary of the Mexican Revolution? The Mexican Revolution, which began in 1910, ended dictatorship in Mexico and established a constitutional republic. A number of groups, led by revolutionaries including Francisco Madero, Pascual Orozco, Pancho Villa and Emiliano Zapata, participated in the long and costly conflict. Though a