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|"The staff was kind and friendly!"||(in 21 reviews)|
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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
The Villa Del Palmar is one of the Cancun’s most upscale spots for a family-friendly, all-inclusive getaway. Its Playa Mujeres location means that it feels secluded and quiet, but its extensive assortment of activities helps ensure guests are always busy with activities everyone can enjoy.
The Villa Del Palmar is north of Cancun in a private resort community on a white-sand beach with lots of features including five pools, six restaurants, a gym, spa, and kids' club with its own splash pool. There is an array of daily activities such as tequila tasting, cooking lessons, and face-painting, and many adult-only areas. While there is plenty to do, the beach remains one of the major highlights at the resort.
There are six restaurants, plus a local market near the resort. Two additional snack bars and three cocktail bars are available. Guests often book all-inclusive packages, which includes meals and standard alcohol and wines.
The 415 spacious, homey suites all feature kitchens, plus balconies with hammocks, many with ocean views. Standard rooms at the resort include fully stocked wet bars, microwaves, coffeemakers, and mini-fridges. There are three main room categories including One-Bedroom Suites, Deluxe Rooms, and Two-Bedroom Suites.
For families and couples seeking to avoid the hustle and noise of the busy hotel zone, but still want an upscale resort with plenty to do, Villa Del Palmar is one of the area's best options.
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Value for money
Policies vary by room type and provider.
This hotel is both an all-inclusive and room-rates only hotel, but with the all-inclusive package, you get to store away your wallet upon arrival and delve into the resort experience. Included are all onsite restaurants, taxes, and gratuities; however, special rates may apply for specific beverages or meals (usually very expensive ones). Special activities like the cooking classes or the family photo shoot are, for instance, not included, nor are romantic dinners for two on the beach.
Shake off everyday life and enhance your vacation with the broad fitness offer of the hotel, including yoga, Aqua Fitness, Zumba, as well as aquatic sports like snorkeling and paddleboarding, which are all possible on the hotel premises. Beach soccer and a volleyball court are also available on the hotel premises.
With the private beach just outside the hotel, the setting is already very romantic, but there is more to explore: dancing lessons promise a fun time for two and also ensure you will be the hottest couple on the dancefloor of the hotel’s events, such as Mexican Nights. The Romantic Night Package indulges with a spa experience for two and chocolate-dipped strawberries. A romantic dinner on the beach rounds off your couple’s experience perfectly.
The onsite kids’ club makes having vacation fun very easy, and while parents dash off to a spa appointment or time alone on the beach, children can benefit from the professionally guided and supervised activities. Children aged 4-10 can splash in the kids’ pool, play in the soft play area, or engage their creative side with the extensive crafting material available. Children under 4 can stay with trained child care nannies for approximately 295 MXN (15 USD) per hour.
To indulge in traditional Mexican cuisine, the Zamá restaurant offers Mexican treats with a modern twist and harnesses the Mayan culture through its textures, tastes, and location. Set beneath a giant "palapa", the venue is reminiscent of Mayan temples.
The Chichen diamond energy signature ritual is 120m of heavenly infusion to reactivate beauty and youth through the use of high-quality products and a special massage technique. The signature Uxmal aroma massage addresses all five senses through touch and scent and balances the inner self to bring all senses into harmony.
Nestled a little north of Cancun Airport, the Villa del Palmar hotel is only a 30m drive from the international airport alongside the shore. If you drive yourself, take the Carretera Aeropuerto Cancun road to get on the Tulum/Mexico 307 road. From here, merge onto the Avenue Bonampak and go straight until the hotel appears. (Prices checked 03/06/19).
Villa del Palmar Cancun Luxury Beach Resort & Spa is located at Villa Del Palmar Carretera A Punta Sam, 8.9 km from the center of Cancún. Iglesia cristo rey is the closest landmark to Villa del Palmar Cancun Luxury Beach Resort & Spa.
Check-in time is 16:00 and check-out time is 12:00 at Villa del Palmar Cancun Luxury Beach Resort & Spa.
No, Villa del Palmar Cancun Luxury Beach Resort & Spa does not offer free Wi-Fi.
Yes, Villa del Palmar Cancun Luxury Beach Resort & Spa offers free parking.
No, Villa del Palmar Cancun Luxury Beach Resort & Spa does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Villa del Palmar Cancun Luxury Beach Resort & Spa is 23.1 km from Cancún. Villa del Palmar Cancun Luxury Beach Resort & Spa is 80.7 km from Cozumel.
No, pets are not allowed at Villa del Palmar Cancun Luxury Beach Resort & Spa.
Yes, Villa del Palmar Cancun Luxury Beach Resort & Spa has a pool onsite.