Published November 26, 2012
Thousands of spring breakers, honeymooners, older couples, families and young groups of friends flow into Cancun every year, making it one of the world’s top beach destinations. Its turquoise waters, beautiful stretches of sand, and night-long parties are a main draw here, but there’s plenty of culture to be had as well. We’ve found just the spot to stay for almost every kind of traveler, so whether you plan on bringing the kids along or hope to have a romantic getaway, Oyster has a hotel for you. Check them out below!
Hotel for Couples: Excellence Playa Mujeres
Excellence Playa Mujeres
This adults-only luxury resort offers a nice all-inclusive experience with tons of variety. There are multiple dining options, several beautiful pools, a gorgeous spa with great treatments for couples, and dozens of wonderful activities perfect for unwinding with your significant other.
Hotel for Foodies: Le Blanc Spa Resort
Le Blanc Spa Resort
This adults-only resort features six dining options that not only serve up tasty food but are also beautifully designed, particularly Lumiere, which offers gourmet French-fusion dishes.
Hotel for Value Travelers: Bel Air Collection Resort & Spa
Bel Air Collection Resort & Spa
You get a lot of bang for your buck at this upper-mid-range resort, which features a gorgeous spa, sleek rooms, a sexy infinity pool, and best of all, a location on a stunning beach.
Hotel for Families: Westin Lagunamar Ocean Resort
Westin Lagunamar Ocean Resort
Located on a lovely beach, the Westin features studios and villas, all of which come with living areas, kitchens, and washer/dryers that make it a popular choice among families. It also features a kids’ club and a special all-inclusive program for children under 12.
Hotel for Luxury Travelers: The Beloved Hotel
The Beloved Hotel
The ultra-luxe Beloved, on a white-sand beach, features 109 suites with super sexy decor. They’re all-white, with spacious, sleek marble bathrooms and Jacuzzi tubs, and have the vibe of a luxurious New York City hotel room — except they’re about four times the size and feature private balconies, many with ocean views.