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The Royal Sands & Spa All Inclusive - Cancun Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$575

The Royal Sands & Spa All Inclusive

Blvd. Kukulcan, Km. 13.5, No. 32, Cancun - Map
 
 
"Beautiful Ocean view"
Excellent resort. Clean. Staff very friendly. Food and choices were great. Prime rib night, yummy. Great place for family. Rooms very clean and roomy,well stocked with all the eminities. Convieient market on site. Will defiantly return. Beach beautiful, clean. Service all over resort excellent.
Traveller from Tennessee
The Royal Sands & Spa All Inclusive, a 25-minute drive from the airport, is centered on Cancún’s Caribbean shore, with direct …More
Villa del Palmar Cancun Luxury Beach Resort & Spa - Playa Mujeres Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$453

Villa del Palmar Cancun Luxury Beach Resort & Spa

Carretera Punta Sam Km. 5.2, Playa Mujeres - Map
 
 
"nice hotel "
This is our first trip to cancun and we will definitely do it again. I have to say that the hotel is not where all the hotels are. It is kinda isolated but if you want peace and quiet it is the right choice. It is very clean and well staffed. One of the guest relation staff (Lolita) was excellent. She helped us every step during our stay. The hotel is very kid friendly if you have young kids.
Traveller from New York
This beachfront resort is a 30-minute drive from the airport. This luxury beachfront resort is located on a quiet beach, next …More
Omni Cancun Hotel and Villas All Inclusive - Cancun Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$625

Omni Cancun Hotel and Villas All Inclusive

Blvd. Kukulkan, L-48 KM. 16.5 M.53, Cancun - Map
 
 
"Nice and clean hotel. "
Wait staff was excellent, but the other staff was way too pushy , they tried to get you to attend a presentation and were relentless upon check in, we agreed only so we could get to our room and start our vacation and when we didn't attend, they called us again and said we could still come the next day. I would say the food was mediocre at best, even Di Vinci which was advertised as a upscale Italian restaurant.
Traveller from charlotte, NC
Nestled on the beach, this Avenida Kukulkan resort is within 1 mi (2 km) of Maya Cancun Museum, Delfines Beach, and El Rey …More
Secrets The Vine Cancun All Inclusive - Cancun Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars
$1,069

Secrets The Vine Cancun All Inclusive

Blvd. Kukulcan km. 14.5 Retorno Del Rey, Cancun - Map
 
 
"Need to relax?! This is your place!"
Exquisite facility. Perfectly attentive staff. Couldn't ask for more. Loved it!!!
Traveller from NH
Located in Avenida Kukulkan, this beachfront resort is next to a golf course and within 3 mi (5 km) of Ballenas Beach, La …More
Riu Palace Las Americas All Inclusive - Adults Only - Cancun Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$946

Riu Palace Las Americas All Inclusive - Adults Only

Blvd. Kukulcan, Km 8.5, Cancun - Map
 
 
"Great Cleanliness, Great service, Decent food"
The staff was excellent and friendly. The accommodations were great and the cleanliness was above all reproach. The food would be the only slightly downside, nothing was bad, but there was no great food either. All in all it was a great experience with friendly staff and above standard, clean accommodations.
Traveller from Plymouth, IN
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
Le Blanc Spa Resort All Inclusive Adults Only - Cancun Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars
$1,189

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
$933

Excellence Playa Mujeres - Adults Only - All Inclusive

Prolongacion Bonampak, Playa Mujeres - Map
 
 
"excellent resort, lots of restaurant options,"
excellent resort for the all-inclusive experience. plenty of restaurant options, staff very polite and genuine. The evening entertainment each night was great. Will definitely stay here again.
Traveller from Louisville, KY
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 resort, great entertainment! "
We really enjoyed our time here! Five days, four nights for a long weekend. The resort was clean, service was excellent but the food varied a bit. We really enjoyed our meals at the Japanese restaurant and Italian buffet, but found the general buffet food to be a bit bland. We ventured off the resort to some great restaurants for dinner. Many activities to do offsite as well....we booked a catamaran through Cancun Sailing. Great times!! I would definitely recommend this resort for any trip!
Traveller from Grand Rapids MI
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
GR Solaris Cancun & Spa - All Inclusive - Cancun Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$573

GR Solaris Cancun & Spa - All Inclusive

Blvd. Kukulkan KM. 19.5, Cancun - Map
 
 
"This is a very nice, clean resort."
The hotel staff is wonderful. Please tip the service workers. They work very hard at their jobs and will truly appreciate your tips. The chairs around the pool area are insufficient and people put their towels on them when they aren't even using them - drawback. The food was excellent, beautifully presented. The food around the pool is also excellent. The room was very well-kept. I think having to pay $15 a day for wifi is ridiculous but seem to be the norm. Also had a wonderful massage at the beach. All in all I would recommend this resort .I also think that a couple of the outdoor steps from the lobby could be better marked. It's possible to overstep and trip.
Traveller from Saugerties NY
Nestled on the beach, this Avenida Kukulkan resort is within a 10-minute walk of El Rey Ruins and Delfines Beach. Maya Cancun …More
Grand Park Royal Cancun Caribe All Inclusive - Cancun Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$456

Grand Park Royal Cancun Caribe All Inclusive

Boulevard Kukulkan Km 10.5, Cancun - Map
 
 
"Best hotel stay ever!!"
We stayed at Grand Park Royal Cancun Caribe for 6 days at the Royal tower it was an amazing experience the staff was very helpful and very nice our concierge was Jaime and he as such a sweetheart very respectful and attentive person. Abdel at the lobby greet us and showed us around the hotel, very energetic and nice person. The food is very delicious and the variety at the restaurants was incredible. Overall we totally recommend the hotel to anybody that would like to have amazing vacations in Cancun.
A Traveller
Featuring ocean view or oceanfront rooms and suites, facing a white, powdery sand beach and brilliant turquoise water, this …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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