in Cancun , Mexico - Caribbean Coast
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“The hotel lays on a Mexican day every week. There’s a themed show, and you can try traditional food like tacos and enchiladas to the strains of a live mariachi band."
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All rooms are elegantly dressed in bold colours, sleep up to 3 adults or 2 adults and 2 children up to 12 yrs with 1 king-size or 2 double beds and have air-conditioning, ceiling fan, flatscreen satellite TV, alarm clock, phone, minibar, liquor dispenser, iron and board, hairdryer, balcony and most have a sea view. Rooms for sole occupancy are also available.
Your guide to Cancun, Mexico - Caribbean Coast
"Boasting powder-soft sands, blissful Caribbean seas and pounding nightlife, Cancun will thrill anyone anyone who loves beaches, fun … and life."
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Written on 01/01/2011, Anonymous said...
Excellent holiday , hotel was brilliant food superb . Location spot on .The brochure did not exaggerate the premium location and the hotel details .The hotel staff were excellent .Will not hesitate to recommend this holiday to any one and Thomson looked... more on this review
Giving it an overall rating out of 5:
This All-Inclusive resort is in a prime location with Bounty-like beaches on the doorstep.
Big and bold, this pagoda-topped headturner doesn’t do things by halves. Take its setting. The hotel is surrounded by soft sands and sapphire waters, so you're only ever seconds from the beach. Plus it means every room comes with a sea view. Location-wise, you're in the centre of all the action, too – just footsteps from two shopping centres and a 15-minute walk from Cancun's buzzing nightlife.
Back at the hotel, the swimming pools really steal the show. There are three in total, snaking their way around the complex. Two come with a whirlpool bath, and one has a swim-up bar. You'll also find plenty of sun terraces, accessorised with loungers and umbrellas, as well as tables and chairs for al fresco lunches.
Inside, the standards are just as high. An elegant marble lobby leads to the bedrooms, which are decked out in a palette of bold blues and fresh creams. All the rooms have satellite TVs, air-conditioning and balconies as standard, too, not to mention fully-stocked liquor dispensers.
When it comes to dining, you've got plenty of choice thanks to the All Inclusive set-up. There are four restaurants in total - two buffets and two à la cartes - which serve up a great range of local and international cuisine. Breakfast includes hot and cold dishes, while lunch features favourites like pizzas, pasta and salad. Last but not least, dinner brings a choice of Brazillian Rodizio, Grill and Steakhouse and Japanese restaurants.
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