Temptation Cancun Resort

The Temptation Cancun Resort prides itself on its cheeky side. It’s an adults-only hotel and you’ll see exactly why as soon as you arrive. It hosts risqué night shows like pole dancing and foam parties, and be sure to check out the ‘sexy pool’!

During your stay, you’ll have seven restaurants to pick from. One of these is for couples and has a special aphrodisiac dining experience you can pay a supplement for.

Themed nights are the hotel’s biggest feature. Live DJs usually take to the decks and the atmosphere’s lively. For something quieter, you have six bars to mingle in.

Overview of Cancun

Cancun is a vibrant city where the ancient and modern worlds merge, with Mayan ruins sitting alongside world-class hotels like the Temptation Cancun Resort.

The city has 24km of sand along its coastline, so there are plenty of spots where you can get sporty, dive under the water, whizz along the surface or simply relax under the hot sun.

Morning, noon and night, there’s always something going on in Cancun. As the sun goes down, the volume is cranked up, so you can enjoy a wild night out!

Things to do in Cancun

The Temptation Cancun Resort has a great location for getting out and about in Cancun. It’s halfway between the hotel zone and the downtown area. Plus, there’s a white-sand beach right on your doorstep.

Shopping is one of the most popular pastimes in Cancun. You can head to the flea markets for bargains or one of the major shopping malls to browse the designer boutiques.

At night, Cancun transforms into a party destination. Expect live bands and international DJs to keep the party going until the early hours. If you love to keep busy 24 hours a day, Cancun is a great destination for your holiday to Mexico.


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.