One cannot help but gaze in awe at the palatial architecture of Paradisus Cancun (formerly Gran Melia Cancun), its design clearly evoking that of the ancient Mayan pyramids that can be found and explored in the surrounding foothills. The resort's five distinctively angled towers pierce the sky as one of Cancun's most prestigious five-star hotels overlooks bright blue waters and white sand beaches.
The hotel has four pools, including one children's pool, its own nine-hole par three executive golf course, as well as the opportunity for guests to undertake a few watersports such as kayaking and canoeing.
A huge draw is Paradisus' famous YHI Spa, a blissful haven of soft scents, skilled hands and water jets, and guests are invited to book exclusive spa holiday packages. Meanwhile facial and body treatments are available for the ultimate pampered relaxation. Finally, dining in one of the many a la carte restaurants, or al fresco if you prefer, is provided by a team of Paradisus Cancun's expert chefs.
Please note: Guests staying at hotels in this region are required to pay a flat fee of $25.00 pesos (£1 approx) per night per room as part of the state’s newly introduced ‘environmental tax.’
Please note: All guests must pre-pay an additional tourist tax of approximately $10 US dollars. You can make this payment online or at kiosks located at the airport, where cash is accepted.
Please note: Paradisus Cancun has implemented a room service delivery fee of $5 per service for Paradisus rooms guests staying in Paradisus Junior Suite Lagoon View, Paradisus Junior Suite Ocean View and Luxury Junior Suite Ocean View rooms.