Can you visit all the resorts along the beach as long as you are a guest at one of them?
no. you cannot. you are only a guest at your own resort. most resorts have enough to keep you occupied for your week..enjoy.
Only your resort you can use... you may be able to have a tour around another resort with security if you say you may be considering staying there.
i have walked into a few resorts from the beach to just check them out, never had a issue
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Only with permission of the resort. Resorts do not want anyone and everyone roaming around the resort, if they are not a guest, for the safety and welfare of their guests.
That is trespassing.
There are signs that say the amenities are for guests use. Would you go to a hotel in your hometown and use the facilities. They are all owned by different companies. The onky way you can enter a different resort is sometimes a sister resort will have a “stay at 1, play at ...” offer.
If seen by resort staff you will be asked to leave. You are identified by your distinct armband.
Guests assume their belongings are safe by their lounger and having random people wander into the resort causes a security problem.
If you see one that interests you for a future visit. Go from the road side and request a tour.
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You can write them on e-mail and ask for a tour. I've been offered tours of Nick hotel, Majestic Mirage, and Hard Rock after asking . . . but they made it clear I would be escorted and the tour had to be scheduled well in advance. I never ended up going, as we were having plenty of fun where we were.
On our first couple trips we did try to "explore," nearby resorts. we checked out Iberostar Grand without any troubles. When we moved on and tried to checked out a couple other places we were booted and have never done so again, once we realized it's frowned upon. Agree with the idea that the resorts must control who's on site for security purposes.