Meetings That Rock the Mind, Body and Soul

By Mindy Hylton, May 3, 2019

Looking to fill your next meeting or event with some positive energy? Look no further than Hard Rock Riviera Maya. They take wellness-minded meetings to the next level with something for every level of fitness and health.

The property hosts the largest meeting space in the Riviera Maya with a total of 91,556 square feet of event space, featuring a 24,602-sq.-ft. ballroom that can be split into 12 individual spaces. The event space Wi-Fi is independent from the hotel with the ability to have 6,000 devices connected at once. Group rates include coffee, catering, chairs, tables, linens plus upgrades and extra benefits like unlimited golf and spa access (with a 20 percent service fee).

The 1,264-room hotel has two properties, one that offers fun for all ages while the other caters to adults only. Both offer stunning ocean views, white sand beaches, spacious pools with swim-up service, multiple dining options and endless ways to feed the body and the soul.

Start the day with a guided group yoga session and get your #rockom in one of the covered beach-side pavilions or in the yoga temple. The on-site yogi will take your group on a spiritual journey, modifying poses for all levels in rhythm with the music. End your session with a healthy breakfast—think yogurt and granola, egg-white omelets to order and fresh fruit that will give attendees energy to conquer the day.

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