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Dreams Sands Cancun Resort & Spa

Dreams Sands Cancun Resort & Spa Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 438-room upscale Dreams Sands Cancun Resort & Spa is an all-inclusive resort that's on the smaller side for Cancun, with just two pools, though the white-sand beach with calm, shallow waters is a highlight. The resort was rebranded as a Dreams in fall 2014 and some guests feel it's not yet up to Dreams standards, though the no-reservations policy for the five restaurants (and lack of wristbands) is a major upside. Rooms have upscale decor, but may still be showing some minor wear despite renovations. All of them have at least partial ocean views and some have balconies. All in all, this is a good value for this caliber, though it may be worth comparing rates with the Sandos Cancun Luxury Experience Resort, which has more pool space.
Sandos Cancun Luxury Experience Resort

Sandos Cancun Luxury Experience Resort Rating: 4.0 Pearls

A time-share and all-inclusive property, the Sandos Cancun Luxury Experience is located in Cancun's Hotel Zone. While ownership pitches from the concierge can be pesky, this property does have a variety of quality restaurants, considerable spa offerings, and three elegant infinity pools. The hotel overlooks a gorgeous strip of white-sand beach and some rooms have balconies with striking water views. There is 24-hour room service, a chic lobby bar, and well-equipped fitness center, but some guests complain about a lack of nightlife and limited number of pool and beach umbrellas.
Beach Palace

Beach Palace Rating: 4.0 Pearls

There’s a lot to like about this 287-room hotel, if you're searching for an all-inclusive experience in the heart of the party-Mecca of the Hotel Zone: three pools with stunning ocean views, lots of dining options, great rooms with high-tech amenities (like iPod docks and flat-screen TVs), a full spa (not included in the price), a tiny but modern fitness center, and a location right on a gorgeous white-sand beach. However, the hotel lacks the character of smaller, cozier hotels in the downtown area of Cancun. And those not looking for a 24/7 party should consider hotels in other areas.
Hard Rock Hotel Cancun

Hard Rock Hotel Cancun Rating: 4.0 Pearls

With a gorgeous infinity pool featuring ocean views and two popular swim-up bars, five restaurants serving international cuisine, live entertainment, a great spa, and a wonderful kids’ club, the Hard Rock screams “all-inclusive Cancun megaresort”. All rooms feature contemporary decor with rock-n-roll-style twists, open bathrooms with double jetted tubs, balconies with either ocean or lagoon views, and modern amenities -- including flat-screen TVs and iPod docks. It's a solid choice for couples and groups, but families should note that it can get rowdy at times, especially in the swim-up bar areas.
ME Cancun

ME Cancun Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The ME Cancun is a grand, all-inclusive resort hotel set on a beautiful stretch of soft white sand overlooking the crystal-clear waters of the Mexican Caribbean. Located on in the well-developed strip of Cancun's Hotel Zone, this art-filled, upscale property is a self-contained world of excellent dining, lively bars, and well-maintained pools. Although kids are welcome the set-up and vibe aren't particularly family-friendly -- two of the three pools are for adults only, and there's a vibrant nightlife scene. A two-tier all-inclusive plans does mean some guests might be left feeling nickel-and-dimed for extras, and rates are steep even for regular level rooms -- however those willing to splash out for the ME+ experience are in for a treat.
Hotel Riu Cancun

Hotel Riu Cancun Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Hotel Riu Cancun -- with its grand V-shape and Mediterranean-inspired architecture -- sits on a sprawling piece of beachfront that’s close to pubs, eateries, and shops. The all-inclusive 569-room resort has an impressive dome-ceiling lobby with wrought-iron chandeliers. The beach, though on the narrow side, is beautiful and full of chairs and palm roof umbrellas. While the resort offers three swimming pools including a beautiful infinity pool, sunlight disappears early in the day because of the building's soaring height. There's a buffet-style restaurant, as well as three themed restaurants that require reservations two days in advance. A range of on-site activities includes nightly live shows, a spa, tennis, windsurfing, and nightclub. However, rooms are outdated with tube TVs, worn linens, and stiff beds.
Grand Oasis Cancun

Grand Oasis Cancun Rating: 3.5 Pearls

This mega-hotel is part of a two-hotel complex, with 1800 rooms, that prides itself on entertainment. The 3.5-pearl property is smack in the middle of Cancun’s hotel zone so those who choose to leave the all-inclusive property will find no shortage of things to do. It’s a family-friendly property, but 14 bars provide plenty of entertainment geared towards adults; those looking for a quiet vacation with the kids may want to look elsewhere, or at least avoid the sometimes raucous party scene at the crowded outdoor pool. Rooms, while clean and comfortable enough, feel like an afterthought at a resort where there is clearly so much thought going into other aspects of the stay. Be prepared for long lines at the 18 on-site restaurants, especially in the high season.
The Royal Sands

The Royal Sands Rating: 3.5 Pearls

This large, full-service all-inclusive resort in the Cancun hotel district directly overlooks the white-sand beach that’s a hallmark of this popular Mexican vacation destination. The Royal Sands offers a nice variety of freebies ranging from thatched beach umbrellas to tennis courts to a well-equipped fitness center. The property, which was once a time-share, now receives temporary guests, though the purchase of an all-inclusive package is mandatory for the latter. Longstanding tenants have commented that the all-inclusive policy has overtaxed the staff. The Royal Sands appeals to families attracted to the daytime activities and sports offerings, though more recently it has begun to draw a younger clientele.
Hotel Riu Caribe

Hotel Riu Caribe Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Built to resemble a Mayan pyramid, the all-inclusive Riu Caribe is located on the north end of Cancun Island. The bright lobby is filled with natural light, jungle-like trees, and hanging vines. The 506 rooms have a white-and-blue color scheme, with balconies, flat-screen TVs, and liquor dispensers. The resort features a number of pleasant bars and restaurants, three swimming pools, a nightclub, and an outdoor theater, although the height of the building casts the pools in shade in the early afternoon. While the beach is beautiful, it's on the small side, especially for the size of this property.
Crown Paradise Club Cancun

Crown Paradise Club Cancun Rating: 3.5 Pearls

A child of the '90s, the 617-room, upper-middle-range Crown Paradise Club Cancun is a one-stop shop for budget-friendly all-inclusive vacations. Rooms come with postcard-worthy Caribbean Sea views, marble floors, contemporary (if basic) bathrooms, and private outdoor space (upgrades include in-room jacuzzis and minibars). In addition to multiple pools, a small gym, spa, and 24-hour spots to grab a bite or a drink, the Crown Paradise is unparalleled in keeping kids of all ages entertained from a baby club, to an enviable kids-only water park, to teens club. There's also plenty of adult-only space for singles and couples, although this is primarily a family hotel. Be prepared for a buzzing atmosphere and a little noticeable wear and tear.

Guests

Oyster Pearl Rating

  • Award-Winning

What's Your Style?

  • Party
  • Beach
  • Luxury
  • Resort
  • Romantic
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Locations

  • Downtown Cancun
  • Hotel Zone
  • Isla Mujeres
  • Playa Mujeres
  • Puerto Juarez

Amenities

  • Air Conditioner
  • Babysitting Services
  • Balcony
  • Basic Television
  • Business Center
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Brands

  • ME by Melia
  • Palace Resorts
  • Riu
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