Los Muertos con Queso is an all-inclusive concert vacation in one of the most beautiful parts of the world. You’ll be whisked from the airport in special Los Muertos con Queso shuttles and taken to your tropical resort, where your all-inclusive vacation will begin. You’ll experience four unforgettable nights of music on the beach. The Caribbean Sea provides a gorgeous backdrop for these beachfront concerts, with the state-of-the art stage just feet away from the clear blue waters.
The Barceló Maya Beach, an incredible all-inclusive resort, will play host to the concerts. The resort sits on a mile-long stretch of white sandy beach and stunning landscapes, with eight glittering pools across the property. You may reserve a room at the Barceló, or choose to stay at another one of our other carefully selected hotels. With the exception of the Rosewood, which is not considered all-inclusive, each resort features a variety of restaurants, multiple bars and daily activities, all included in your package price. Spend your days lounging by the pool and beach, or explore the nearby towns of Tulum or Playa del Carmen. Partake in exciting off-site adventures, or sleep off the night before and soak up some sun.
Each night, guests staying at the Barceló Maya will walk out of their rooms and take a short stroll to the beach to see the show. If you are staying at one of our other properties, a shuttle will deliver you within feet of the main stage.
Our Host Resort: The Barceló Maya
The Barceló Maya is the host resort and home to Playa Azul, the concert venue for Los Muertos con Queso. A phenomenal complex with five world class properties, The Barceló sits on one of the most beautiful beaches of the Mexican Caribbean with over a mile of fine white sand, crystal clear water, and a stunning coral reef. Each night, that stretch of beach will be home to this intimate crowd, who will experience the most spectacular all-inclusive Caribbean concert vacation imaginable.
The Barceló’s 5 luxury properties each have access to an incredible assortment of perfectly manicured pools, diverse restaurants, tiki bars, and entertainment venues featuring live music and other performance art. Its vast, smooth beaches make The Barceló a premiere choice for a tropical getaway, and as your classic all-inclusive Caribbean resort, The Barceló offers dozens of food and drink options at no additional cost.
The Riviera Maya is a famous section of coastline along Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula, stretching from Puerto Morelos in the North to Sian Ka’an biosphere reserve in the south. Lined by the crystal blue waters of the Caribbean Sea, the Riviera Maya is built upon diverse landscapes and is rich in history and culture. From jungles to coastal beaches, the Riviera Maya is home to countless marvels such as magnificent barrier reefs and ancient Mayan ruins.
Playa del Carmen, known by the locals simply as “Playa,” is one of the Yucatan Peninsula’s most stunning beach towns. Once an old fishing village, this trendy epicenter of culture, food and boutiques meets the beautiful Caribbean Sea along a strip of white sandy beach. Playa Del Carmen’s most famous tourist destination is Quinta Avenida, a pedestrian friendly street stretching forty blocks long and home to countless stores and restaurants. The shores of Playa are lined with beautiful beach clubs and local beach rentals, where you can pick up umbrellas and chairs for a relaxing afternoon of sunbathing, or swimming in the clear, blue water.
The coastal city of Tulum, built in the 13th century, was once a thriving Mayan trading center. Tulum was one of the last cities that remained inhabited by the Mayans, surviving 70 years after the Spanish occupation, and is one of the best-preserved archaeological sites in the Yucatan. Nowadays, Tulum is famous for its sugar-white sandy beaches, aqua clear waters and great restaurants and bars offering authentic local cuisines. Each year visitors flock to Tulum to explore the Mayan ruins and spend an afternoon wandering along its gorgeous beaches. Tulum is a can’t-miss destination during your trip to the Riviera Maya.
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