If you are looking for an all inclusive resort in Cancun and your just not sure where you should go, let me tell you this, the Moon Palace Resort is world class. Many resorts throw around the word “All inclusive” and fail to deliver greatly! Thankfully I am delighted to say my experience at the Moon Palace really was one I will remember always.
Words alone won’t allow me to express how great the experience was so I have documented, photographed and completed a travel vlog for all to enjoy! I would like to thank Moon Palace Resorts for providing me with such an enjoyable experience as well as all members of staff which created a rememberable experience I will cherish forever.
Now! First off, let me say I have never experienced Mexico before now or stayed with the Moon Palace Hotel group before so really didn’t know what to expect. I traveled early November and found the weather to be delightful with spots of tropical showers.
The food was fabulous with 14 different restaurants dotted around the resorts, giving a lot of variety for guest to enjoy both day and night dining! The resort provide credits which added to the experience! As you all know! I am very adventurous and used the credits mainly on excursions, sports and gift shopping – Others may wish to use their credits in the many spas, manicures, pedicures galore, just to name a few that come to mind. The jacuzzi as well as 24 hour room service is awesome. If you have any hesitations about traveling to Mexico, the Moon Palace will put them to sleep because the service, food, drinks, and overall atmosphere is to die for. The swim up pools, with drinks and food all day and all night truly live up to the all inclusive tag.
My Top reason I believe you need to visit Cancun.
White beaches as far as the eye can see.. Cancun’s hotel zone has nearly 14 miles of beautiful beaches and, in several areas, you can literally walk for miles.
Crystal blue turquoise Caribbean Seas…
World famous Nightlife .. Cancun has long been known for its incredible nightlife and it’s no secret that the town’s nightclubs really know how to throw great parties. There are 8 major clubs in Cancun and, of those, Coco Bongo, Dady’O, and Senor Frog’s are probably the most famous. Cancun also has several upscale lounges and countless small bars, in its hotel zone.
Incredible food.. mehicanooo! Cancun’s hotel zone has hundreds of restaurants, from fast-food restaurants to fine establishments that serve gourmet cuisine. Diners in Cancun will find restaurants that serve amazing Mexican cuisine, as well as places that specialise in seafood, steak or other types of food. Many restaurants are located next to the Nichupte Lagoon and have lovely views of the water. Aside from the delicious food, restaurants on the lagoon are also great places to go to watch the sunset over the water.
Mayan Ruins – Archaeological sites of ancient Mayan ruins can be found throughout the Yucatan Peninsula. The most famous site in the area is Chichen Itza, but the ruins of Tulum and Coba are also quite popular. Day trips to see each of these Mayan ruins sites are available from Cancun and the Riviera Maya.
Excellent scuba diving and snorkelling.
The Great Mayan Barrier Reef, the world’s second-largest coral reef is located off the coast of Cancun and it runs the entire length of the Yucatan Peninsula. Scuba divers flock to the area to dive the reef. Cozumel is the preferred spot for divers, but other locations near Cancun (like Isla Mujeres) are great for snorkelling and diving as well. The Cancun Underwater Museum opened a few months ago and, there, snorkelers and divers can view hundreds of underwater sculptures.
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