Riviera Maya Vacation Tip – Holiday Dining

Posted December 9, 2013 by Kay Walten in Family vacations,Food,Riviera Maya Vacation Tips

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Will restaurants be open Christmas Eve and/or Christmas Day? We get this question a lot from our holiday guests, and the good news is YES! Most Riviera Maya restaurants are open Christmas Day as it is the custom in Mexico to celebrate the holiday on Christmas Eve. If a restaurant closes at all, it will usually close on the Eve. If you have a special restaurant in mind for your holiday dinner, be sure to call ahead and make a reservation.

It is not too late to book a Christmas vacation in the Riviera Maya! Check out this amazing new villa that has become available for Christmas week!

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