Boasting one of the very best beachfronts in Cancun (it’s expansive and quiet, with beautiful white sand) and a good selection of activities, this all-inclusive Iberostar property caters well to families. The food is just mediocre (this factor has a negative effect on the Overall Beach Resort Rating), dining variety is only decent for an all-inclusive, large conventions and timeshare sales pitches can be common, and the spa and fitness facilities aren’t so impressive for a 5-star resort; but the property offers a sleek swimming pool area (10 pools total) with a kids area with a pirate ship, an 18-hole championship golf course, a FIFA regulation soccer field, good tennis courts, separate kids and teens clubs, 24-hour room service, live shows and music, a sleek coffee shop, and beachside massages. Some rooms have swim-out access or large furnished balconies with great ocean views; the higher-end suites and villas are significantly more luxurious than the standard rooms. The 426 accommodations comprise 224 standard rooms with ocean views, 99 standard rooms with ocean views and balconies, 16 ocean view suites, 28 ocean view villas, 54 garden view villas, 4 Master Suites, and 1 Presidential Suite. Activities include archery, parasailing, deep sea fishing, and excellent scuba diving and snorkeling excursions at Dressel Divers (right on the property).
Free COVID-19 antigen tests are available on-site for all guests returning to the United States. PCR tests are also offered for a fee.