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Grand Park Royal Cancun Caribe Star Rating 5        
Boulevard Kukulkan Km 10.5

Set on a private beach on the Caribbean Sea, this polished all-inclusive resort is 2 km from MUSA, the underwater museum of art.Featuring marble floors and balconies with sea views, the bright rooms have flat-screen TVs, free minibars, coffeemakers and safes. Upgraded rooms and suites add whirlpool tubs and lounge access, while villas have butlers.
Iberostar Cancun Star Rating 5        
Boulevard Kukulcan, Km. 17

This pet-friendly resort is situated in Cancun and offers a private beach. It provides complimentary Wi-Fi, a gym and an 18-hole golf course.This modern Cancun resort offers a Jacuzzi, outdoor tennis courts and an all-inclusive meal plan.
Haina Hostal Star Rating 1        
13 Super manzana 22 Manzana 14 Lote 8

Located within a 10-minute walk of Cancun Bus Station, Haina Hostal is an ideal base while visiting Cancun. It is conveniently situated in the city centre.There are a range of facilities on offer to those staying at Haina, such as free Wi-Fi, a TV room and a garden.
Secrets The Vine Cancun All Inclusive - Adults Only Star Rating 5        
Boulevard Kukulcan Km 14.5 Retorno Ixchel Lote 38 & 38B

Guests of this cosy resort will appreciate the seclusion of its private beach and on-site spa and wellness centre, all located just a short drive from the centre of Cancun. It provides sea views and free Wi-Fi.Providing views of Nichupte Lagoon, Secrets The Vine Cancun All Inclusive - Adults Only is an ideal place to stay for those wanting to check out local attractions in Cancun.
Suites Villa Italia Star Rating 3        
Avenida Bonampak, 52-53

Conveniently positioned, Suites Villa Italia offers easy access to Cancun's popular tourist attractions. It provides complimentary Wi-Fi, an outdoor pool and a garden.Apartments at Villa Italia are comfortable and provide cable/satellite channels.
Mallorca Hotel & Suites Star Rating 3        
Calle Gladiolas Lote 11 Mz 16 Sm 22

Situated less than a 10-minute walk from Cancun Bus Station, Mallorca Hotel & Suites offers guests a convenient base when in Cancun. This modern hotel is set in the heart of the city.This peaceful Cancun hotel boasts a rooftop terrace and free Wi-Fi.
Stella Maris Cancun        
Zona hotelera, KM 14.5, Retorno del Rey Villas Caribe

Stella Maris Cancun provides a comfortable setting when in Cancun. Guests can also enjoy complimentary internet in all areas.Those staying at the property can make the most of the property's gardens.
Amigo Rental        
19.5km Kukulcan Blvd

Amigo Rental is located in Cancun and is close to Iberostar Cancun Golf Course. It also provides an outdoor pool and a tour desk.The hotel has 10 rooms, all of which are filled with a range of facilities to ensure a comfortable stay.
Oasis Cancun Star Rating 4        
Blvd. Kukulc?N, Km 16.5 Lote 4 - Cancun

Located in Cancun, Oasis Cancun offers free wireless internet and a gym. It provides 4-star accommodation with air-conditioned rooms.The resort has recently been refurbished and offers an all-inclusive meal plan, a coffee bar and a hair salon.
Casa Mexicana Puerto Juarez        
Calle 112 Este SM.84 Puerto Juarez, Cancun.

Located a short walk from Puerto Juarez Maritime Terminal, Casa Mexicana Puerto Juarez is a convenient base when visiting Cancun. It also provides a terrace, a garden and a tour desk.The property has 11 apartments that are fitted with all the necessities to ensure a comfortable stay.
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Cancun is located on southeast Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula, is the one of the most popular tourist destinations in all of Mexico. More than 2 million travelers pack their bags and head out to this sunny corner of the Americas. With sandy beaches, beautiful aquamarine waters, and an almost endless supply of sunshine, it's not hard to see why. Cancun is served by Cancun International Airport (CUN), which welcomes travelers from across Mexico as well as those from North America, South America, Europe, and the Caribbean.

The majority of visitors to Cancun stay in the appropriately-named Hotel Zone, which houses some of the biggest names in the global hotel business. In addition to standard hotels, a number of resort hotels also operate in the region, offering a slice of Caribbean paradise for those looking to fully unwind. Travelers looking for beautiful beaches will find no shortage here. Cancun has plenty of beaches, not to mention cafes, restaurants, bars and nightclubs. A popular choice with Spring Breakers, the resort city can be particularly hectic with noise and activity levels exceeding what you might expect of a beach destination. Visitors looking for a quieter slice of beach life might want to try out the Playa Delfines, which is generally less busy and rather calm. Alternatively, hop on the ferry and head out to the idyllic Isla Mujeres. Situated eight miles offshore, the Island of Women - to give it its English name - is home to sea turtles, a haunted plantation mansion, and some of the most serene beaches in this part of the world.

Believe it or not, there's more to the region than sandy beaches, warm waters and bronzed bodies. The Yucatan Peninsula has a rich and storied history that dates back to pre-Colombian time. Numerous archaeological sites can be visited in and around the city, including El Meco and El Rey. The ruins on display offer an intriguing glimpse into the past, not to mention a photo opportunity or two. The crown jewel of archaeological sites in the region has to be Chichen Itza. Regular bus tours make their way to the site about two hours away. Here visitors can marvel at El Castillo, the stunning Mayan pyramid that has become world famous. While four-hour round trip might not sound like a great way to spend your vacation, the rewards on offer here are genuinely priceless.

Back in Cancun, the city also offers a variety of traditional pursuits. While the markets and shops are perfect for a spot of retail therapy, the region's lush golf courses are perfect for anyone hoping to take in 18 holes. Other popular tourist attractions in the region include Delphinus Dreams Cancun, which offers visitors the chance to swim with dolphins; the Cancun Underwater Museum, a diver's delight complete with statues and monuments; and Xel-Ha Park, a water-based theme park. Cancun's peak tourist period comes in winter as travelers look to escape the cold climes of North America and Europe. Temperatures are more manageable between December and April, and while hotel rooms are generally more expensive, there are still deals to be had. Travelers looking to avoid the skin-soaked fest that is Spring Break should bypass March and April. Visitors considering a September-November trip should be aware that tropical storms can ravage this part of Mexico. As with most towns and cities in Mexico, Cinco de Mayo (May 5) brings out a party atmosphere and is well worth checking out.