Moon Palace Cancun

The Moon Palace Cancun is a little slice of luxury. The beachfront retreat will take your breath away, but there’s so much more to enjoy than just the view. From the surfing simulator ride to the exclusive spa, you’ll find something for the whole family.

That’s before we mention the 12 restaurants and five pools in the hotel grounds. Four of these pools also have swim-up bars, and there are also in-water loungers, massage jets and whirlpools to explore.

On top of this, there’s golf, basketball, football and water activities to keep you entertained. If you’re looking for luxury holidays to Mexico, look no further than the Moon Palace Cancun.

Overview of Cancun

Cancun on the Yucatan Peninsula has become increasingly popular thanks to its unbeatable access to the warm waters of the Caribbean Sea.

The Moon Palace Cancun is around half an hour from Cancun’s centre. Known for its shopping and captivating history, the town is plenty of fun for the whole family. Whether you’re visiting with little ones or you’re heading for an anniversary, Cancun has a multi-faceted nature that makes it the perfect destination for any break.

Things to do in Cancun

Cancun’s 24-kilometre beach is famous for its powdery sands fringed with palm trees. Thanks to the palms, the locals joke that the beach is air conditioned because it’s always cool under foot. This makes it perfect for kids who can play and paddle.

Although the Moon Palace Cancun is ideal for a relaxing break, there’s a lot more to see in this beautiful resort. You can explore life under the sea, visit the ancient Mayan ruins, enjoy the family-friendly attractions or even party the night away in some of the world’s most famous nightclubs.

With the option to spend days relaxing at the spa or tee up on some of the world’s finest golf courses, a stay at the Moon Palace Cancun will delight every generation. You’ll want to return for more luxury time and time again.


Resort Summary

Cancun has approximately 24 kilometres of beaches, strung along an S-shaped strip of land. The sand here has a unique property – no matter how hot the temperature, it’s always cool on your feet, to the extent locals joke that it is air-conditioned.

Swim, relax and take part in watersports at Playa Las Perlas, Playa Langosta, Playa Tortugas and other beaches on the northern side of the peninsula. Among the popular beaches on the eastern side are Playa Ballenas, Chac Mool and Playa Delfines. Playa Delfines is also a good beach for surfing.

Cancun’s waters are warm enough for swimming throughout the year, even in January and February. During late August and early September you’ll feel like you’re slipping into a warm bath.