TravelPod Member ReviewsAcquasol Club Cancun
Nice hotel, good value for Cancun. Rooms are clean, service is good. A little far from the beach and far from the town.
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We got here yesterday with a sick and screaming baby Emily,
a delayed flight, a 1.5 hour bus ride and an almost lost laptop (we found, it no
worries!). After our long day we
checked into our family swim-up room at the Azul Beach Hotel and asked Jesus,
our receptionist, where the Wi-Fi was…. (Have you ever said 'yo Jesus, how do I
get Wi-Fi in this place? it just ...
... Leesh and I get a double bed to share as it felt a lifetime since we shared a bed....despite only being 4 nights. We drop our gear, shower and head down to the 5th avenue area to have a look around and a feed. We have dinner at one of the nicer looking restaurants along the strip and enjoy watching the rat race going on in front of us. First proper restaurant I think we had gone to this trip too. Food was very nice ...
... to destinations like El Dorado Royal, Xcaret and Rio Secreto. I don't know if these refer to towns, resorts or tourist attractions. The country is very flat - no hills at all, certainly no mountains.
We passed a few police checkpoints - guard towers or one room huts built on the median strip - but their presence here is less in your face than the places I visited last time I was in Mexico like Oaxaca and Mexico City. Much more numerous are the black and white ...
... taken up by lying on the beach and getting sloshed. Not much else to mention expect every day and night felt like the weekend, special mention goes out to the cafe a few doors down from Hostel Rio for their sausage torta, great cure for ...
... from atop the main temple.
I enjoyed roaming around the ruins, but would’ve loved to get up close more and touch them. I find it odd that you can wonder throughout Pompeii and the Egyptian Pyramids freely, but here you can’t even touch a stone. I consider Pompeii much more important to global history than Mayan ruins and surprised the Mexicans are so protective given their reputation for not exactly being law abiding citizens. Nevertheless, it ...