Hotels in Cancun

Hotels in Cancun  offer sensational accommodations in a city known for its white sand beaches, turquoise ocean waters and lively entertainment. Arguably the world’s best college spring break destination, Cancun can make for an outstanding getaway for both nature and people watching. Apart from its sizzling beach and electric nightlife scenes, the Cancun area is also home to some of the world’s most interesting Mayan ruins. Chichén Itzá and Tulum, each about a 2-hour drive from Cancun, are worthwhile destinations to see Maya architecture. When traveling to Cancun, keep in mind that you should not drink, and try to avoid brushing your teeth with, tap water. Be wary of ice in beverages outside of restaurants. Beaches can have a strong undertow. Currency is the Mexican peso and the drinking age is 18 years old. Generally Cancun is a safe place, though you should be wary, especially at night, in places outside of Zona Hotelera, while you should avoid the city’s outskirts altogether. Cancun’s professional football club is Cancún F.C., which plays its games not far from the hotel zone at Estadio Olímpico Andrés Quintana Roo (capacity 20,000). Cancun festivals include Cancun Jazz Festival, Riviera Maya Jazz Festival, Inception Music Festival, Country Fest Cancun, Paradise Blue Festival, Holy Ship, Electric Zoo Adventures, Ember Shores, Sands, Etheridge Island, Only The Wild Ones Weekend, Island Time Music Festival and Spring Equinox at Chichen Itza. Hotels in Cancun  are some of the most exciting to consider. Before we get you to hotels in Cancun, let’s take a look at some background information on the area to help you along the way.

A relatively new city, Cancun was once home to the Mayans. The Mayans originally referred to the area as Nizuc, which means “promontory” or “point of grass”. It wasn’t until 1970, when the area was populated by three coconut plantation caretakers, that resort development  began. Playa Blanca, which became a Blue Bay hotel and eventually Temptation Resort, was the first hotel to be built. Cancun’s first nine hotels were financed by the Mexican government, as investors were reluctant to take risks. From there, tourism became the driving force in what would become a major resort city.

With a population of around 800,00 people, Cancun is located on the Yucatán Peninsula. Tourism benefits from a tropical climate, with hot temperatures year-round, while peak precipitation occurs in October. A spring break epicenter, Cancun accounts for about fifteen percent of international spring break travel. Apart from spring break, the city’s white sand beaches are great for sunbathing, people watching and snorkeling. Points of interest include La Isla Shopping Village, Isla Mujeres island, Coco Bongo night club, Chichén Itzá, Puerto Juárez, Playa Tortugas beach, Luxury Avenue boutique mall and The City Nightclub. Popular foods are fajitas, tacos, burritos, carnitas, empanadas, guacamole and various seafoods. Drinks include margaritas, mojitos, daiquiris, piña coladas and the banana monkey (a chilled drink made with coffee liquor, banana, chocolate and coconut). Now that we have a little background information on the area, it’s time for hotels in Cancun that are sure to help make for a thrilling experience.

 

 

 

Nizuc Resort & Spa

Boulevard Kukulcan Km 21

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Punta Nizuc

Nizuc Resort & Spa features panoramic Caribbean Sea views, an outdoor pool, a private dock, a spa, free WiFi, free private parking, air conditioning, coffee machines, flat-screen TVs, spacious bathrooms with rainfall showers, 6 on-site restaurants and event and meeting facilities. This luxury resort is near Indochine (restaurant), Ramona (seafood restaurant), La Punta Grill & Lounge, Taco Arte Restaurant at Club Med, Mirador Playa Coral (public beach), Rio Nizuc (seafood restaurant), Navios Seafood (restaurant), Km19.5 (bar & grill), OXXO (convenience store), Hakka Japanese Cuisine, Pescadillas el Galeon (Mexican restaurant), Benazuzza (restaurant), Bikini Sunday (seafood restaurant) and more.

Within feet:

      • Punta Nizuc

Within 1.9 miles:

      • Wet ‘n Wild Cancun
      • El Rey Mayan Ruins

Within 4.5 miles:

      • Moon Palace

Nizuc Resort & Spa is 6 miles from Cancun International Airport

Approximate cost per night (penthouse suite): $3,309

 

 

 

The Yellow Capsule Experience

Blv Cumbres SM 310 MZ 109 LT 4

Hotels in Cancun

Tecnologic Stadium

The Yellow Capsule Experience provides air conditioning, flat-screen TVs, a restaurant, a 24-hour front desk, room service, free WiFi, a shared lounge, a shared bathroom, a continental breakfast and a terrace. Corazon Oaxaqueño (Mexican restaurant), Plaza La Roca (shopping mall), Krispy Kreme (donut shop), La Parrilla La Roca (Mexican restaurant), Anytime Fitness (gym), Belgian Waffle Boutique (restaurant), TGI Friday’s, Divina Carne (restaurant) and more are in the area.

Within 1.8 miles:

      • Tecnologic Stadium

Within 2 miles:

      • Show Time Karaoke Bar

Within 2.8 miles:

      • House of Culture

The Yellow Capsule Experience is 6 miles from Cancun International Airport

Approximate cost per night: $119

 

 

 

Grand Fiesta Americana

Boulevard Kukulcan Km 9.5

Hotels in Cancun

La Isla Shopping Mall

With a 40,000-square-foot full-service spa, a gym with an ocean view, 6 fine-dining restaurants, a large outdoor pool, a children’s club, private balconies, seating areas, mini-bars and in-room safes, Grand Fiesta Americana can be found close to La Joya (restaurant), Caracol Beach, Almadía Cancún (restaurant), El Timón De Cancún (restaurant), Súper Chedraui Selecto (supermarket), Restaurante Mextreme (Mexican restaurant), Marinero’s (seafood restaurant), Plaza La Fiesta (shopping mall), Cancun Center (convention center), Casa Tequila (Mexican restaurant), Hanaichi (Japanese restaurant), Mocambo Restaurantes (seafood restaurant), Calypso’s (Mexican restaurant), Stones Hair and Spa, Hiroya Ramen (Japanese restaurant), Tacos Rigo (bar & grill), Ember Kosher (Kosher restaurant), Monkey Business (restaurant), Hacienda El Mortero (Mexican restaurant), Casa Persa (Persian restaurant), Abolengo Cancun (bar & grill), The City Nightclub, Mandala Cancun (night club), Botanero Nacional (bar), Divax Nightclub (bar), Hooters, PEPPERS Tacos & Caldos, playa gaviotas (seafood restaurant), Coco Bongo (night club), Mandala Beach Club, Forum By The Sea (shopping mall), Hard Rock Cafe, Zingara (swimwear store), Häagen-Dazs (ice cream shop), Señor Frog’s, Playa Forum (beach), Wind & Wave (surf school), Playa Lagarto (beach) and more.

Within feet:

      • Caracol Beach
      • Playa Forum Beach

Within 2.1 miles:

Within 2.7 miles:

      • Kukulcan Plaza
      • Luxury Avenue

Grand Fiesta Americana is 11 miles from Cancun International Airport

Approximate cost per night (infinite ocean-front master suite): $4,091

Cost per person (five people): $818

 

 

 

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Atelier Playa Mujeres

Prolongación Bonampak S/N MZ 1

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Playa Mujeres Beach

With free WiFi, a private beach, a 24-hour front desk, a hot tub, a fitness center, flat-screen TVs, seating areas, a buffet breakfast, an on-site restaurant, an outdoor pool and car hire, Atelier Playa Mujeres can be found close to Puerto Amada (landmark), Las Olas (restaurant), Chez Isabelle (restaurant), Sports Bar (restaurant), Toscana (Italian restaurant), Tinto & Tapas (restaurant), Duke’s Lobster (American restaurant), Playa Mujeres Golf Club and more.

Within feet:

      • Playa Mujeres Beach

Within 4.8 miles:

      • Gran Puerto Cancún

Within 6.7 miles:

      • Cancun Underwater Museum

Atelier Playa Mujeres is 15 miles from Cancun International Airport

Approximate cost per night (rooftop suite): $711

 

 

 

Hyatt Zilara

Blvd Kukulkan Km. 11.5

Hotels in Cancun

Playa Chacmool Beach

Hyatt Zilara has Caribbean Sea views, outdoor pools, a fitness center, a private beach area, 6 restaurants, 5 bars, scuba diving lessons, wine tasting classes, live nightly entertainment, themed parties and cultural shows. Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. (restaurant), Plaza La Fiesta Flamingo Mall, Umami (Japanese restaurant), Lorenzillo’s (restaurant), Trattoria Limoncello (Italian restaurant), Mirador Italian Restaurant and more are within range.

Within feet:

      • Playa Chacmool Beach
      • La Isla Shopping Mall

Within 1.1 miles:

      • The City Nightclub

Within 1.6 miles:

      • Backstage Theatre

Hyatt Zilara is 10 miles from Cancun International Airport

Approximate cost per night: $710

 

 

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Turquoize at Hyatt Ziva Cancun

Blvd. Kukulcan, Manzana 51, Lote. 7

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Coco Bongo Cancun

Turquoize at Hyatt Ziva Cancun offers balconies with private hot tubs, butler service, private transfers, bathrooms with ocean views, floor-to-ceiling rainfall showers, VIP rooftop access, a French restaurant and a spa. Around here you’ll see La Bastille (French restaurant), Tres Cerveza’s (sports bar), El Mercado (restaurant), Epic Water Toys, Solobuceo (diving center), Dips & Sips (bar), Habaneros Mexican Cevecheria (Mexican restaurant), Punta Cancun Lighthouse, Los Cubos De Forum (tourist attraction), Playa Gaviota Azul (public beach) and more.

Within feet:

Within 2.2 miles:

      • La Isla Shopping Mall

Within 2.8 miles:

      • Kukulcan Plaza
      • Luxury Avenue

Turquoize at Hyatt Ziva Cancun is 11 miles from Cancun International Airport

Approximate cost per night (master double): $933 (all-inclusive)

Cost per person (four people): $234

 

 

 

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Sina Suites

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Hotels in Cancun

Ancha Beach

With a private marina, an outdoor swimming pool with lagoon views, spacious accommodations set in gardens, air conditioning, tiled floors, mini-bars, cable TV, kitchenettes, dining areas, a continental breakfast, a poolside restaurant and a bar set in a traditional Palapa thatched hut, Sina Suites is near Cancun Scuba Center (diving center), La Palapa Belga (restaurant), LOS DE PESCADO (seafood restaurant), Kosher Italian Gourmet (Kosher restaurant), Smashing Burgers (hamburger restaurant), Golden Scissors Barbershop, Magic Sea (boat rental service) and more.

Within feet:

      • Ancha Beach
      • Playa Chac Mool
      • El Rey Beach

Within 1.6 miles:

      • Jardín de Zona Hotelera

Within 4.1 miles:

      • Mayan Museum

Sina Suites is 10 miles from Cancun International Airport

Approximate cost per night (superior suite): $201

Cost per person (six people): $33

 

 

 

Bed and Breakfast Pecarí

Calle Pecari #31

Hotels in Cancun

Parque Grosella

Bed and Breakfast Pecarí has a private pool, free WiFi, air conditioning and free parking. Chila y Quil (restaurant), La Mesa del Charro (Mexican restaurant), A la Burger (hamburger restaurant), Herbívoro (vegan restaurant) and more are in the vicinity.

Within feet:

      • Parque Grosella
      • Parque las Palapas

Within 2.2 miles:

      • Playa Linda

Within 6 miles:

      • Cancun Underwater Museum
      • Mayan Museum

Bed and Breakfast Pecarí is 8 miles from Cancun International Airport

Approximate cost per night (family room): $77

Cost per person (four people): $19

 

 

 

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La Villa du Golf à Cancun Hotel Boutique

Km 7.5 Zona Hotelera

Hotels in Cancun

Playa Ancha

Close to Sina Suites, La Villa du Golf à Cancun Hotel Boutique has an outdoor pool, free parking, free WiFi, air conditioning, airport shuttle service and home made breakfast.

Within feet:

      • Playa Ancha
      • Playa Chac Mool
      • Playa Gaviota Azul

Within 4.9 miles:

      • Parque las Palapas

Within 7 miles:

      • Cancun Underwater Museum

La Villa du Golf à Cancun Hotel Boutique is 10 miles from Cancun International Airport

Approximate cost per night (junior suite): $267

Cost per person (three people): $89

 

 

 

Coral Level at Iberostar Selection Cancun

Boulevard Kukulkán KM 17

Hotels in Cancun

Playa Marlin Beach

Coral Level at Iberostar Selection has a restaurant, free private parking, a fitness center, a bar, a 24-hour front desk, room service, free WiFi, a hot tub, evening entertainment, a shared lounge, a continental or buffet breakfast and a terrace. Iberostar Cancun Golf Club, Airlift Kiteboarding Cancun, Letras Cancún (tourist attraction), El Rey Archaeological Zone, Playa Delfines (beach), Restaurante La Piazza (Italian restaurant), San Miguelito Archeological Site, Mayan Tours Cancún, Mayan Museum of Cancun, Captain’s Cove (seafood restaurant), The Royal Market (supermarket) and more are in the vicinity.

Within feet:

      • Playa Marlin Beach
      • La Isla Shopping Mall

Within 1.8 miles:

      • Coco Bongo

Within 5 miles:

      • Beto Avila Stadium

Coral Level at Iberostar Selection is 9 miles from Cancun International Airport

Approximate cost per night (junior suite): $725

Cost per person (three people): $241

 

 

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Secrets The Vine Cancun

Boulevard Kukulcan Km 14.5

Hotels in Cancun

Luxury Avenue

Providing Caribbean Sea and Nichupté Lagoon views, 6 restaurants, 3 outdoor swimming pools, a spa, spacious rooms, air conditioning, modern décor, flat-screen TVs, interactive tablets, a spa, a sauna, a steam room, a hair salon and a gym, Secrets The Vine Cancun is near Playa Ballenas (beach), International Jewelry Center & Outlet Shopping Mall, Sedona Grill (restaurant), Gustino (restaurant), Jungle Tour Adventure (tour operator), Fred’s House (seafood restaurant), La Capilla (restaurant), Mikado (Japanese restaurant), Sasi Thai (restaurant), Sunrise Marina Cancun (boat tour agency), Crab House Cancún (seafood restaurant), Funky Geisha Cancún (Asian restaurant) and more.

Within feet:

Within 1.2 miles:

      • Mayan Museum

Within 5.2 miles:

      • Plaza Las Americas

Secrets The Vine Cancun is 8 miles from Cancun International Airport

Approximate cost per night (master suite): $1,033

Cost per person (three people): $344

 

 

 

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Royalton Suites Cancun Resort & Spa

Km 9.7 Blvd Kulkulcan

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Cancun Hotel Zone

Located in the Cancun Hotel Zone, Royalton Suites Resort & Spa has free WiFi, an outdoor swimming pool, a fitness center, air conditioning, flat-screen TVs, a buffet breakfast and an on-site restaurant.

Approximate cost per night (luxury family suite): $577

Cost per person (four people): $145

 

 

 

Live Aqua Beach Resort

Boulevard Kukulcan12.5 km

Hotels in Cancun

Playa Ballenas Beach

Featuring direct Cancun Beach access, an outdoor swimming pool overlooking the Caribbean Sea, balconies, 9 restaurants, 5 bars, a spa, spacious rooms, air conditioning, stylish décor, tiled floors, flat-screen TVs, coffee makers, aromatherapy products, safety-deposit boxes, mini-bars, hot tubs, steam baths, a gym and yoga classes, Live Aqua Beach Resort sits near Cenacolo Zona Hotelera (restaurant), El Fish Fritanga (seafood restaurant), La Buena Barra (Mexican restaurant), La Casa del Habano (tobacco shop), Playa Marlín (beach), Embarcadero La Isla (shopping mall), La Boutique Palacio (department store), Louis Vuitton, Carolina Herrera, TAG Heuer, Salvatore Ferragamo, Rolex, Ermenegildo Zegna, Liverpool (department store), Lacoste, Zingara (swimwear store), Señor Frog’s Official Store, Ferris Wheel Cancun (tourist attraction), Elefanta (Indian restaurant), Thai (Thai restaurant), Interactive Aquarium, Yamil Lu’um (historical place) and more.

Within feet:

      • Playa Ballenas Beach
      • La Isla Shopping Mall
      • Kukulcan Plaza
      • Luxury Avenue

Within 2.5 miles:

      • Mayan Museum

Within 5 miles:

      • Show Time Karaoke Bar

Live Aqua Beach Resort is 9 miles from Cancun International Airport

Approximate cost per night (Tierra suite: $1,343

Cost per person (three people): $447

 

 

 

 

Álamos Inn

Calle Orquidia y Laureles

Hotels in Cancun

Parque Columna Maya

Álamos Inn offers a restaurant, free bikes, an outdoor swimming pool, a garden, pool views, a terrace, a 24-hour front desk, free WiFi, balconies with garden views, hairdryers, flat-screen TVs, air conditioning and a hot tub. Nearby are ICAZA Huayacan (restaurant), Cueva Séptimo (steak house), Ocean Salon Cancun (beauty salon), Pasteleria Tentazioni (cafe), Plaza Andara (shopping mall), Nebrina Gin&Cocina (bar), Pizza & a…More (pizza restaurant), Burger St Huayacan (hamburger restaurant), EL Tigre y El Toro (pizza restaurant), Trattoria Il Circolo (restaurant), InMove (gym) and more.

Within 1.4 miles:

      • Parque Columna Maya
      • Parque Pehaltun

Within 1.5 miles:

      • Paraiso

Within 4.6 miles:

      • Langosta

Álamos Inn is 5 miles from Cancun International Airport

Approximate cost per night: $80

 

 

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Playa Delfines Penthouse

Boulevard Kukulkan

Hotels in Cancun

Playa Delfines Beach

Playa Delfines Penthouse has a private beach area, a tennis court, air conditioning, a balcony, free WiFi, a safety deposit box, a flat-screen TV, a desk, a hairdryer and a terrace. Wayne’s Boots (restaurant), Iberostar Cancun Golf Club (golf club), The Caribbean Galleon (Mexican restaurant), Hakka Japanese Cuisine (Japanese restaurant), Km19.5 (bar & grill), Navíos (seafood restaurant) and more are within range.

Within feet:

      • Playa Delfines Beach
      • El Rey Mayan Ruins

Within 1.5 miles:

      • San Miguelito Beach

Within 1.6 miles:

      • Mayan Museum

Playa Delfines Penthouse is 6 miles from Cancun International Airport

Approximate cost per night: $454

Cost per person (six people): $75

 

 

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So there they are, hotels in Cancun that will help make for an exciting trip. We hope you’ve found this information valuable and most importantly, that you enjoy your time in Mexico!

32 Replies to “Hotels in Cancun”

  1. Awesome post! My family and I had a very great time at Casa Tortugas! The hotel is so lovely, with excelent location and also an amazing staff! The rooms are very big and comfortable, with everything we needed. The location is also great, near restaurants, a grocery store and the beach, and just a few minutes by bus from other good places. The view from the pool is really wonderful. I would recommend this place to anyone who wants a calm and an amazing place to stay!

  2. Hi,

    These places look amazing. I spent some time in the Riviera de Maya a few years ago. We stayed in a big resort, but we always said that if we ever went back we would go self catered and be more independent to enjoy the are in a different way. I think one of these places would be perfect. I like the look of the Hard Rock Hotel to give us all the options.

  3. I really like the le blanc spa that you have mentioned here and to me, it seems to be one of the brwsr places I could possibly stay here in meixo if I ever visit. Though it is not really too far from the states but then, I just visited Cuba some years back and I’m not looking forward to exploring anywhere near for now. Thanks so much for doing this much details about the best hotels in Mexico. I might try to give it consideration sometime soon or suggest to anyone visiting. Thankd

  4. It’s actually the first time I’m hearing about Cancun Mexico. I wouldn’t have believed that such beautiful aces can be in Mexico. In the movies, Mexico is always depicted as a ghetto. I think I need to visit someday and for this reason, I will have to bookmark this post. I really fell in love with the  Sandos Cancun Lifestyle Resort when I saw that beach beside it. Thanks for giving good information here. Cheers!

  5. I really like the le blanc spa that you have mentioned here and to me, it seems to be one of the best places I could possibly stay here in meixo if I ever visit. Though it is not really too far from the states but then, I just visited Cuba some years back and I’m not looking forward to exploring anywhere near for now. Thanks for this

  6. Wow, all terrific places!  I want to visit Cancun someday, and all of these look like great suggestions for a truly relaxing and memorable vacation. Le Blanc Spa Resort looks lovely, and so does the Fiesta Americana Cancun Villas.  It’s the kind of vibe and view that tourist will enjoy whether day or night.

  7. Wow! I have once heard about the Cancun city of mexico and how beautiful it is. I love. Entertainment and exploration always and in think that this city is the best place for me. There are a lot of 5star hotels there and I can’t really wait to have a visit to this really amazing city and have fun. I am a lover of nice hotels and I admire them  a lot. The list here is quite awesome and I cant wait to visit them.

  8. Oh, this is really thrilling. I have been to Mexico before but not in Cancun. I am very eager to visit that place and see all its wonders. It must very a very good place to go to. Seeing all the nice hotels there and all the places near it is very great. I already have plans for my next trip so maybe I would put travelling to Cancun in my schedule. Are the locals very friendly?

  9. Wow! Visiting this canum in mexico would definitely be on my bucket list of the things I need to do anytime I visit the mexico. Thanks so much for this information provided on the best hotels to explore in mexico. Wow! They all look rather elegant and beautiful. I really wish to explore any of this places. They all look like top class places and a night here would be great

  10. What absolutely gorgeous rentals! I don’t know that I would ever want to leave the resort! 
    I really love how detailed you were about each resort you talked about, I feel like I know exactly what I can expect before even calling the resort. It was very helpful to know which perks and accommodations came with each suit, and also what was near by. I found it helpful that you included EVERYTHING that was near by, including convenience stores! You never know when you need to pop in for a quick item. 

    I also really liked the range in prices, it made it easier for me to narrow down which resort has the amenities I am looking for at a cost I’m happy to pay. Thanks for all the time and effort you put into this post!

  11. WOW love your site man, i didnt realise anything like this was inside my budget range, but this has opened my eyes some of these are ridiculously cheap when split with a few friends and the places are stunning why would you not. i am literally going to chat with a few friends now to see if thety are keen haha . Do you only do Cancun ones?

    1. Hi thehealthytradie and thanks for sharing with your friends. Not only Cancun ones no and you can find the others on the site 🙂

  12. Hello, 

    Excellent review of Cancun, Mexico hotels and resorts.

    A few years ago we ( my husband and I) decided to fly to Cancun. We stayed at Villa del Palmar resort. It is a beautiful resort, and I thought that it is the best resort in Cancun. Your post changed my mind; there are a lot of charming resorts and hotels. I love how detailed you were about each of them, and what kind of accommodations and convenience stores are around. Also, I liked the prices.

    Thank you again for an excellent article. We will use your advice for the next trip to Cancun, Mexico.

  13. Good topic. Cancun is a very popular destination and this article provides good information about places to stay. It’s helpful to know what amenities the hotel offers. It’s also great to know what’s nearby and how far it is to certain destinations. A couple of the listings seem to be missing some of that info though. It would be nice to see more pictures to help decide where you may want to stay. Overall, very nice.

  14. What beautiful places!  I have been to Mexico a few times, and have always searched out lodgings that were quite reasonable.  Places that cost as much as these have been for the most part beyond my budget.

    However, will be doing another trip to Mexico soon, and now feel that I can afford to be a bit more extravagant.  Actually,I really like the idea of traveling with a group, because then you can divide up the cost and make it more affordable.  

    You have provided a good service by offering this information to the prospective traveler.  Thanks!

  15. Planning a trip to Mexico after this Covid-19 Pandemic and Cancun is absolutely the city I want to visit, thanks for your sharing on the places to stay in the city. I have look for other reviews, but they are not as thorough as yours. You did a great job by offering this information to the active traveler.  Thanks again!

  16. I’ve never been to Cancun but now I sure as hell feel like visiting! So many of these places look absolutely stunning. The colours, the photos, everything makes me want to go. You’ve offered so much useful information into what can be found in these hotels and where they are situated that it’s really easy to tell my favourite ones apart. Thanks a lot for this post!

  17. The post gives the choice of an array of hotels and apartments with some great images and a lot of information about the accommodation and the area surrounding each property.  The information regarding the facilities in each of the different types of accommodation was really helpful and well presented. 

    Another nice part of this post was the fact that there were such a wide range of prices to choose from.  I think Mexico is still generally considered pretty good value and Cancun is a well established resort now.  Some of those pools and terraces look so inviting. 

    Nice to see working links to different restaurants, bars and nightlife venues and also to the many trips that are on offer in the resort.  I would imagine that for most of us going to a resort for the first time, having this sort of information in advance is a great advantage.  It helps in the planning of what to do while in resort. 

    After reading this post I definitely want to go to Cancun. 

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