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The Royal Sands & Spa All Inclusive - Cancun Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$509

The Royal Sands & Spa All Inclusive

Blvd. Kukulcan, Km. 13.5, No. 32, Cancun - Map
 
 
"Beach-front hotel, family friendly"
This was our second stay at the Royal Sands, and we thoroughly enjoyed it. We were upgraded to an oceanfront suite, and the view was great. The rooms are very clean and comfortable, and the suites have full kitchens, although we did not use ours much as we were on the all inclusive plan. The staff were friendly and helpful, and there were multiple dining options, from fine to casual. Sipping tropical drinks on the beach or around one of the pools was a pleasant way to spend the afternoons.This is a timeshare resort, and we were offered a presentation, but there was no pressure when we declined this. We appreciated the quiet and family friendly atmosphere of the resort. Although everyone appeared to be having a good time, this is not a "party hearty" type of place. Many families with children were present.
Traveller from Nashville, TN
The Royal Sands & Spa All Inclusive, a 25-minute drive from the airport, is centered on Cancún’s Caribbean shore, with direct …More
Flamingo Cancun Resort - Cancun Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
$177

Flamingo Cancun Resort

Blvd. Kukulcan Km. 11, Cancun - Map
 
 
The hotel was great. The bed was terrible. I stayed 4 nights, my back was aching every day. But, it might just be me. Im 6'4" tall so that could be the reason. Other than that the hotel is nice, has a great ocean view, the staff is excellent
A Traveller
In the center of the hotel zone, this resort fronts a white-sand beach on Cancun's Caribbean shore, across from Flamingo …More
Villa del Palmar Cancun Luxury Beach Resort & Spa - Playa Mujeres Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$479

Villa del Palmar Cancun Luxury Beach Resort & Spa

Carretera Punta Sam Km. 5.2, Playa Mujeres - Map
 
 
"Nice Resort - Secluded"
Overall it was a really really good experience. The resort was well built and first rate. Good value as well. Staff were friendly and accommodating. This is a newer resort, and although not the largest, the rooms were excellent. We got the one bedroom suite, which was perfect for my wife, I and the two young kids. We did not do the all inclusive, since we were going to be off resort for 2 days of the trip. They do try rather aggressively to get you to go on the membership sales tour. We declined despite the VIP discount card they offered (thanks other reviewers for the tip). The only issue we had is that one night that we wanted to visit the Steak restaurant, all the seats for the night were taken by members. We were able to get in on a following night. Overall, the food quality was the only thing lacking a bit. Although I'd say the food was generally decent, it lacked any really memorable dishes, even in the more upscale restaurants the food was only ok. We've been to a number of resorts in the Caribbean, and the food was the one thing that would be rated lower than others. However, the cleanliness, accommodations, and staff were first rate. We had an excellent time overall - the kids loved the pools, and it was a relaxing experience. Great beach - wonderful staff (Hector was amazing). This place is a bit off the main Cancun hotel strip so if you are into nightlife, probably not your spot, but for a family with kids it was excellent.
Traveller from Michigan
This beachfront resort is a 30-minute drive from the airport. This luxury beachfront resort is located on a quiet beach, next …More
Mia Reef Isla Mujeres - All Inclusive - Isla Mujeres Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$380

Mia Reef Isla Mujeres - All Inclusive

Calle Zazil-Ha S/N, Zona 7, Isla Mujeres - Map
 
 
"Best Location on the Island"
The best thing about this hotel is the location. You have the most beautiful private beach when you walk out the door with the most incredible water. The second best thing is the friendliest most hard working staff on the planet. No complaints. As beautiful as the pictures are, seeing it in person is even better. I read a negative review about a woman who arrived early and had a bad experience. We had the opposite. We were warmly welcomed. They put our luggage in storage, gave us our bracelets, told us to enjoy the hotel with all the amenities, and come back and our room would be ready at 3:00. Our room was in the tower and they are known to be average rooms. We had a balcony that overlook both the sea on the east when we looked left and the sea when we looked right. So who cares about the room? We were there only to sleep, shower, and change clothes. Loved the bed. We had read negative reviews about the food, but we thought it was great. Sad to say I gained two pounds during our week vacation! My husband joined the fan club of the omelette making lady who made him the best omelettes of his life! We wished they had a cash machine in the hotel so we would've had more pesos handy to tip the amazing staff.
Traveller from Oregon
A tiny island itself, this quiet resort on a long beach forms the northern tip of Isla Mujeres, a 30-minute boat ride from …More
Hyatt Zilara Cancun - Adults Only - All Inclusive - Cancun Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars
$1,268

Hyatt Zilara Cancun - Adults Only - All Inclusive

Blvd Kukulcan Km 11.5 HZ, Cancun - Map
 
 
"Amazing. "
Simply amazing. Clean. Spectacular views. All the staff was friendly and professional. Loved every single minute.
Traveller from detroit mi
Hyatt Zilara Cancun - Adults Only - All Inclusive lies along Cancún's resort boulevard, with the Caribbean Sea on one side …More
Riu Palace Las Americas All Inclusive - Adults Only - Cancun Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$896

Riu Palace Las Americas All Inclusive - Adults Only

Blvd. Kukulcan, Km 8.5, Cancun - Map
 
 
"Anniversary Get-Away"
We were received with a warm welcome by Joshua after a red-eye flight. He made every effort to get us into a room as soon as possible. Our room was clean, fresh scented, and we had an amazing view of the Caribbean Ocean. We quickly unpacked and went down to the beach to enjoy cocktails and swimming. Every meal was delicious. We were treated to VIP treatment at the Black and white for our anniversary. Never rushed or left too long without filling our drinks or asking if we wanted more. The Japanese and Italian restaurants were also favorites. Morning Cappuccinos with Baileys a definite treat! Caesar and Abu- Whoop! Whoop!! Best bartenders there! Tomas was a wonderful host at the restaurants and buffet. All the ladies on the staff that tirelessly cleaned and waited on their guests greeted us with the friendliest smiles. I know there are others I am missing and wish I could remember all their names....Ismael and Jair at the Buffet...others too. We enjoyed the entertainment also! Adult only was the way to go for us! We are already looking forward to our next trip with RIU.
A Traveller
A slice of Spain on the Caribbean is on display at Riu Palace Las Americas All Inclusive - Adults Only, in the heart of the …More
Hyatt Ziva Cancun All Inclusive - Cancun Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars
$1,191

Hyatt Ziva Cancun All Inclusive

Blvd. Kukulcan, Manzana 51, Lote 7, Cancun - Map
 
 
"Perfect"
Love all of it people were so friendly, helpful Very clean. Lots to do
A Traveller
Nestled on the beach, this Avenida Kukulkan resort is 0 mi (0 km) from Delphinus Dreams and 2.4 mi (3.8 km) from La Isla …More
Le Blanc Spa Resort All Inclusive Adults Only - Cancun Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars
$1,362

Le Blanc Spa Resort All Inclusive Adults Only

Boulevard Kukulcan Km 10, Cancun - Map
 
 
"Modern hotel right on the beach"
As soon as we pulled up to the hotel the staff was there greeting us and handing us coconut milk...which we traded for a cold beer and mimosa. Check in was easy but they give you too much info and we were exhausted from our flights so we didn't remember half of what they told us. They take you over to the activities desk where they explain which excursions you can use your room credit on. We booked ours later at the info desk by the spa after we got some rest and more information. This was our second time in Cancun so we had already done most the excursions that were listed for room credit. We went in January and it was windy and warm every day so we didn't get to snorkel. Last time we came in February and I don't remember it being windy and we enjoyed snorkeling. We choose Garrafon Reef park which I do NOT recommend. The boat ride took forever to get there and then you're stuck on this island for 3 hours. It was windy so we weren't able to snorkel or use kayaks. You can pay extra to swim with dolphins but we had done that before. There is a quick 3 line zip-line that is good for beginners. Lunch was a buffet of weird foods. We really wished we hadn't wasted a day on this excursion.
Traveller from Northern California
Situated along 250 yards (230 meters) of Cancún's white sands, the Le Blanc Spa Resort All Inclusive Adults Only is less than …More
Excellence Playa Mujeres - Adults Only - All Inclusive - Playa Mujeres Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars
$813

Excellence Playa Mujeres - Adults Only - All Inclusive

Prolongacion Bonampak, Playa Mujeres - Map
 
 
"1st time stay, and it was EXCELLENT in every way!"
I booked a 3 night stay with my husband based on recommendations from two friends with very different travel styles. I had very high expectations because of their reviews and the cost. Every expectation was met - staff were really wonderful, genuinely friendly and accommodating, the pools were awesome, the beach was lovely, service was excellent, food was delicious, there was plenty to do (or not do). We stayed in the junior suite (non excellence club) and it was perfect - no need to upgrade on our opinion although many others suggest otherwise. I highly recommend this hotel for a short or long romantic stay.
Traveller from Mendham, NJ
This romantic, all-inclusive resort is nestled on a 2 mile (3.2 kilometer) white-sand beach in a complex with inland marina …More
Riu Cancun All Inclusive - Cancun Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars
$756

Riu Cancun All Inclusive

Blvd. Kukulcan Km 8.5, Cancun - Map
 
 
"Great service, nice place but not family friendly"
Great staff, good food, nice place if no kids and wanting to party. NOT family friendly. Tons of drunk noisy people, few families, no kids pool.
Traveller from M
The Riu Cancun Hotel is RIU’s All Inclusive resort with an unmatched location in the heart of Cancun’s hotel zone and across …More

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    Getting to Cancun

    Your time at a spectacular all-inclusive Cancun hotel begins with a flight to Cancun International Airport (CUN). The airport has routes to and from many major US cities; direct flights take off from cities including Boston, Chicago, Atlanta, and San Francisco. United States citizens need a passport to travel to Cancun, and upon landing you will be asked to fill out a visitor’s permit known as the Forma Migratoria Multiple (FMM).

    What to Know When You Land

    Transportation: Most Cancun all-inclusive hotels are in the Zona Hotelera, which is about 15 minutes from the airport. You can travel via bus or taxi. A quick note, wise wanderer: Taxis in Cancun don’t have meters, so you should negotiate your fare before your trip begins. Once you’re in the hotel district, you can get around via taxi or bus, or walk between resorts and by way of the beach on foot.

    Language: Now that you’ve landed in paradise, you’ll need to order a drink. Spanish is the language of Cancun and Greater Mexico, so brush up on a few key phrases before you head south. You can greet people with a quick "Hola" and order a single beer with "Una cerveza, por favor." Language translation apps are your friend.

    Helpful Tidbits: The U.S. dollar is often accepted at bars and other establishments in Cancun, but the official currency in the city is the Mexican peso. You’ll see most prices quoted in the local currency. Speaking of bars, wise wanderer, the drinking age in Mexico is 18. For this reason, the city attracts a lot of spring break students. Even though you can drink at 18 in Cancun, only travelers over the age of 21 are allowed to bring alcohol through U.S. customs on the way home. Each passenger is permitted 1 liter of liquor, duty-free.

    Climate Conditions

    Cancun is between 70 and 80 degrees throughout most of the year. The most sunshine happens in August, and the hottest month is June. You’ll find most travelers flocking to the tropical climate from October to May, so if you can stand the heat you’ll avoid crowds by visiting the city in the summer. If you arrive in September, you can expect some rain. The rest of the year, all you’ll need to pack are tank tops and warm weather bottoms to enjoy some fun in the sun.

    3 Things to Do in Cancun

    1. Visit Xel-Ha Park – (69 miles from GR Solaris Cancun & Spa)

    You may never find a theme park as entrenched in beauty as Xel-Ha Park. You’ll snorkel through a natural aquarium and take a relaxing river tour. In the Xel-Ha cave, sunlight bathes you while nature’s soundtrack fills your ears. Climb to the Cliff of Courage, turn your palms to the sky, and then jump 16 feet to a turquoise pool below.

    2. Tour the Tequila Museum – (0.3 miles from Gran Caribe Resort & Spa and ME Cancun)

    The Tequila Herrandura Sensory Museum celebrates the tradition of good tequila right in the Hotel Zone. Learn about the history of this alluring liquor, how it’s made, and the legends of agave. Afterward, you can shop for a bottle of your own and indulge in a taste test befitting of a wise wanderer and drinker such as yourself.

    3. Explore Chichen Itza – (132 miles from Fiesta Americana Condesa Cancun)

    The parties in Cancun may pulsating, but nearby reminders of ancient civilization remain, standing at attention and offering space for quiet reflection. The sacred site of Chichen Itza is one example. These stone Mayan ruins are left over from the pre-Hispanic city by the same name. Buildings like the Warriors’ Temple and El Caracol observatory are available to the public and a wonderful contradiction to the hustle and bustle of life along the beach.

    Cancun calls you to experience peaceful nature combined with nonstop parties in local clubs. Whether you’re headed to the popular destination with visions of colorful drinks or tranquil aquatic adventures in mind—you won’t be disappointed. When you book your hotel with Travelocity, your wise wandering is off to a great start.

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