Family friendly and great amenities.
Greet place to stay
The place is not fancy or amazing but it's decent and overall good. The food is probably the best part, and the resort is isolated (no other resort or civilization around) so the place doesn't get overpack which makes the overall experience better. (This is not the place you would want to party or go in early twenties) The best best part was the seafood, every restaurant's best items were seafood (not shrimp), and the best restaurant was hiroshi (sushi restaurant). In this hotel every restaurant is included in all inclusive price, and you do not need to make a reservation to eat at a restaurant. The view is not the best around the resort (a bunch of trees with construction site), but the downtown isn't very far (20 minutes away by cab). The outside resort is overall safe but be aware of cabbies and make sure you negotiate the cab fare before you get in the cab. They do try to rip you off if you are a tourist. Ask the hotel what the fare should be on the way back to the hotel as price from and to hotel is significantly different (cab fare back to hotel is about half the price and this one way back to hotel is not a set price so it can be negotiated whereas the cab fare from hotel to destinations have set fare and prices tend to be much higher).
There are tiny little ants in all the rooms. I had a group of friends who had different rooms on different floors, and we all had ants. The beach is decent but it's very rocky (little rocks that pokes your feet as you are trying To get in the water). Water is warm and decent (it's not clear or murky). They do have a security personnel at the beach to watch over your personal items so you can go in the water and leave your items behind. Mexican restaurant's most items are terrible tasting but tuna dish and Mexican rice dish were very good and guacamole was fresh but bland. Steak restaurant was okay. Half of us did get mild to moderate stomach upsetness after staying there 2 -3 days. At this hotel, wifi is $10 daily and the connection isn't great, but at the Starbucks, there is a free wifi. The resort does offer time share, and a little section of it is reserved for time share members only.
Lovely staff, nice rooms, a great place to stay
Villa del Palmar Cancun beach resort is an unparalleled Mexican oasis for both room only and all inclusive vacations in Mexico, offering a best price guarantee. Delighting visitors of all ages seeking the ultimate in relaxation, luxury accommodations and gourmet cuisine, you can be sure to enjoy fabulous experiences at this Cancun all inclusive resort. From the smallest to the wisest, there is something for everyone within this idyllic Mexican Caribbean resort where falling in love again comes as part of the package.
Designed to reflect the Mayan legacy, first-class amenities are cradled within a palm-studded optional all inclusive resort that offers extensive world-class spa and fitness facilities, four swimming pools and a variety of gourmet dining options. Villa del Palmar Cancun’s dedicated kids club with splash pool and a host of activities on land and sea keeps both little-ones and grown-ups fully entertained. Whether opting for all inclusive or room-only, Villa del Palmar Cancun’s bilingual staff always deliver uncompromising first-class service.
Villa del Palmar Cancun Luxury Beach Resort & Spa
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