Had a great time. Would go again. Acapella group was fantastic, popped up randomly throughout the resort.
Food was ok, but drinks were easy to get and the crispy chicken was awesome.
Weird smell throughout the resort would come and go.
The best thing about this place was the beach.
Traveller from NY
Nestled on the beach, this Hotel Zone resort is within 2 mi (3 km) of Maya Cancun Museum, Delfines Beach, and El Rey Ruins …More
The staff was excellent from the time we arrived with champagne, a cold towel and rose. Room and mini bars we stocked each day. The Japanese restaurant was excellent, there is a steak house, Italian and buffet. There are many activities to do at the pool. The entertainment was lacking at night. Excellent smaller hotel, less crowded and everyone was really friendly.
Traveller from san diego
Nestled on the beach, this Hotel Zone resort is within 3 mi (5 km) of Ballenas Beach, La Isla Shopping Mall, and Delfines …More
Absolutely the most incredible experience with this Hyatt Hotel. Marcos (from Venezuela) gave us the best service and had always a smile to make us feel welcome and appreciated. The room, staff, food, premiun drinks, ....everything is just perfect at this place. Thanks Marcos and Hyatt familiy !!!
Traveller from Atlanta, GA
Nestled on the beach, this Hotel Zone resort is 0 mi (0 km) from Delphinus Dreams and 2.5 mi (4 km) from La Isla Shopping …More
Overall the experience was good. Just some small details, seems like the air conditioning wasn't working properly and we asked for someone to check it. They did but nothing changed.. the room was muggy and the small room fridge did work as well.
This contemporary Cancun lodge offers views of the Caribbean Ocean; the ME Cancún - Complete ME All Inclusive is in the …More
The Cancun Hotel Zone rests on a slit of land bound by a lagoon and the turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea. Sunseekers crowd the white-sand beaches. At night, the action moves to the restaurants, clubs, and bars that line Boulevard Kukulcán, the area’s main artery. This road passes by the El Rey ruins, believed to be a king’s tomb.