All rooms come with Chi professional hair dryers and flat irons
Far from tourist attractions, and from shopping, dining, and nightlife in the Hotel Zone
This couples-only, all-inclusive resort is a great pick for a romantic getaway, thanks to its semi-secluded location, luxurious spa, and decadent details such as two-person Jacuzzi tubs in every room. It features four pools (one of them jetted), a large, modern fitness center, and a wide array of dining options. Rooms are spacious and offer solid amenities, as well as minimalist, neutral-toned decor. The hotel has a quieter, more intimate setting than the resorts on the party-hearty, northern side of the Hotel Zone. But this somewhat remote location means you'll need a taxi to reach all the action.
In a quiet spot of the southern Hotel Zone, a short drive from shopping, dining, and nightlife
The Sun Palace faces a gorgeous, white-sand beach with turquoise waters on the eastern side, and a tranquil lagoon on the western side. It is located in the quieter, southern part of Cancun’s Hotel Zone, a short drive from shops, restaurants, and bars.
Comprised of a narrow strip of land flanked by the green waters of the Nichupte Lagoon on one side and the Caribbean's turquoise waves on the other, the Hotel Zone is where most of the all-inclusive, self-contained resorts are located in Cancun. This one long stretch of white sand is lined with hotels and businesses that cater exclusively to tourists, with most locals living in the downtown area (known as Ciudad Cancun). Alongside the massive resorts are a mix of entertainment spots, restaurants, and retail malls -- including the open-air La Isla Shopping Village and the cavernous Kukulcan Plaza, which both offer a mix of luxury boutiques, souvenir shops, and eye-catching art.
At the heart of the Hotel Zone is an area known as Party Center, home to the city's most well-known clubs like Coco Bongo, Dady'O, and The City. Once darkness falls, the fiesta begins, with clubs, bars, and lounges here and in the surrounding areas providing a steady supply of alcohol, along with lively entertainment that ranges from booming techno beats to mesmerizing acrobatic performances.
20-minute drive to Cancun International Airport
30-minute drive to downtown Cancun
35-minute drive to Puerto Morelos, with quiet beaches and great snorkeling spots
1-hour drive to Playa del Carmen, a laid-back and bustling town with great shopping and a well-heeled crowd
1-hour-40 minute drive to Tulum ruins
2-hour-30-minute drive to Coba ruins
2-hour-45-minute drive to Chichen Itza ruins
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