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4.5 of 5 Resort (All-Inclusive)   |   Boulevard Kukulcan Km. 12.5 Zona Hotelera, Cancun 77500, Mexico   |  
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“Beautiful location, beautiful hotel - pretty good All Inclusive except for...”
4 of 5 stars Reviewed January 10, 2011

Let me begin by saying we stayed for 5 days during Christmas for a well deserved relaxing break from the craziness of the holiday's. This is a nice hotel, would go again - just better prepared next time. Had a few "service" issues.

We booked with Travelocity and got an amazing price, we were staying in a Viento Suite, I had called the hotel prior to booking and was told that the suite had a sofa bed and two bathrooms. We were traveling with our teenage daughter so it sounded perfect - when we arrived, the room was lovely but only one bathroom and no sofa bed (thank goodness she is petite so she could sleep on the loveseat or she would have had to sleep in a king bed with her parents) - we asked the front desk about the lack of sofa bed and were never adressed about this or offered another room (even at more $) - that was not good. Also they are so busy at check in trying to get you to go to a presentation regarding their "vacation club" they don't tell you about you're perks like when you stay in a suite, you get a complimentary cabana at the pool, also - there is a club room on the 5th floor where you can go for cocktails, snaks, etc..(we read about it onthe hotel website and had to go and verify at the front desk - again that was not good customer service)

Restaurants aren't plentiful but excellent (there are only three). The MB restaurant is amazing, we were treated so well and were totally impressed with the food. We usually stay at Dreams or Secrets when we go All-Inclusive and although they have more restaurant choices, the food is always OK - this is a place you wouldn't mind paying extra for the food. The poolside cafe is great (cevice bar) and it was a very plesant suprise. Just be sure to make reservations prior to your arrival.

The bar service at the pool was terrible. We had a cabana between the beach and pool and it took nearly two hours (honestly I timed it one day) to get a cocktail - and once you got one, it was easier to go and get another yourself than wait for the service - I was very disappointed in that. (Secrets almost anticipates your beverage needs and you have a new cocktail prior to finishing your first one) - and It wasn't just on Christmas day, that unfortunately was an every day thing - and we tipped our guy the first day (we were by the pool, it was ok service) then even when we had bad service, they added the tips themselves daily (not good! - I don't think I should pay $20 day tips for one drink in three hours) - BUT my husband did enjoy the 20 minute foot massage they offer with the cabana (tip for that! the girls are sweet)
So I would say - just pay attention to your location, it's not an excuse for bad service but forewarned is forearmed so you'll enjoy your vacation more.
So basically I would say it was a beautiful, relaxing hotel with the atmosphere of a high end spa - the grounds are perfect - the staff is freindly (just new I think)
I would stay here again, I would just make sure we were informed - get the bigger suite or two adjoining rooms. I wouldn't stay here with small or unruly children - I think people stay here for relaxation and kids would destroy the vibe they have - which is so nice.
Thanks for reading.

FYI - Avoid the salespeople at the airports at all costs, Don't go to the presentations- you never get what they offer you - and it's never 90 minutes - more like 2-3 hours, and they want 80K for 20 years worth of vacations at a resort nothing like the one you are in.

  • Stayed December 2010, traveled with family
    • 5 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 3 of 5 stars Service
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3 of 5 stars Reviewed January 9, 2011

Just got back today. The hotel has strong potential, but the service was subpar. Luckily got a great deal and was upgraded to a bigger suite upon arrival.

The Good:
Very good food; beautiful, spacious rooms; nice fitness center; great pools; free room service; cabana that came with suite was nice; not too crowded.

The Bad:
Disorganized (told at night to reserve a cabana in the morning, and in the morning was told needed to be reserved the night before); poolside service hit or miss; bartenders spotty (one day great drinks, the next not so much); disliked having to sign for checks with prices at an all-inclusive; couldn't eat at best restaurant because we had a child with us (didn't know this until we got there).

Also had to switch rooms, as first had this clicking sound in it.

Overall good if you can get a deal and don't have too high of expectations on service.

  • Stayed January 2011, traveled with family
    • 3 of 5 stars Value
    • 4 of 5 stars Location
    • 3 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 4 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 4 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 2 of 5 stars Service
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3 of 5 stars Reviewed January 1, 2011

The Good:

The hotel is beautiful, from the rooms to the common areas. We stayed in a Tierra suite which is just like having adjoining rooms where one is made up to look like a living room. They have two full bathrooms consistent with the adjoining room concept. These rooms are located in the center of the hotel, opposite the elevators and ice machines. Depending on your needs I would recommend the Aqua suite these suites are gorgeous.

The Bad:

We went on the AI plan and in my opinion there are just not enough restaurants to support the AI concept. MB their award winning restaurant is never available for dinner (we made reservations, but only available after 10pm each time). You will end up eating at Siete or room service if you want to eat at a respectable hour. The food was good, but the variety was lacking.

The Ugly:

This hotel advertises itself as a relaxing spa like experience. Here in lies the oxymoron. This hotel is not "ADULT ONLY"!!! Now granted we were there during the week after Christmas but the place was overrun with children from the restaurants to the pools to the common areas. The resort itself does not seem set up for children which creates a problem. There is nothing for kids to do (arcade, separate pool area), so they end up running around all over the place. Very hard to have a romantic dinner with children crying because they are up too late. Very difficult to enjoy the hot tub when it’s been transformed into a kiddie pool.

Summation:

Depending on your needs and your expectations this hotel may be perfect for you. It is aesthetically and architecturally pleasing. As mentioned it may have been the time of year that we were there but this place was anything but relaxing.

  • Stayed December 2010, traveled as a couple
    • 4 of 5 stars Value
    • 4 of 5 stars Location
    • 3 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 3 of 5 stars Service
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Chattanooga, Tennessee
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3 of 5 stars Reviewed December 26, 2010

Good hotel, nice rooms and pool área but was never recognized nor greeted by name, no one was rude but never felt special either. This year we decided to try an all inclusive and we personally do not recommend that, food was "good" but in Cancun there are so many options and great restaurants where you can have a fest for the same money you pay here. Great facilities, very relaxing... If you only want to stay at the hotel this is what you aré looking foro, we have been only 2 times in Cancun and when traveling we like to be adventurous and explore the real staff in each country, you can always take a bus down the street however is not a plus since all the hotels aré on the same road and offer the ame service. There is so much to do and lots of things to sed in Cancun and the area that staying in a Al is not worth it.

  • Stayed December 2010, traveled with family
    • 3 of 5 stars Value
    • 3 of 5 stars Location
    • 3 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 3 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 3 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 3 of 5 stars Service
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Mexico City, Mexico
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed December 13, 2010

This is hands down one of my favorite hotels in Cancun. The whole place smells like aromatherapy the minute you enter! Service is exquisite and all rooms face the ocean so the views are amazing. They have several different pools - all at different temperatures depending on your preference, and they have a great spa offering a full variety of services. My colleague and I got a really good massage on the beach at night with nothing but the sound of the ocean and the sparkling stars above us. The food, of course, was also great. My sheets were turned down every evening before I returned to my room and the bed was sooooooooo comfortable. Cancun can be a crazy place with all the tourists and night life, but the exclusivity of this hotel makes you feel like you're miles away. Althought I didn't venture out much, the hotel is conveniently located near a shopping center and several restaurants, clubs, and bars.

  • Stayed October 2010, traveled on business
    • 4 of 5 stars Value
    • 4 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed December 9, 2010

Before going into the details of our stay please know that the time of year, weather, occupancy rates and other factors impacted our stay. We arrived on Tuesday, November 30th with the hotel probably less than 20% full and by the time Saturday, December 4th came it was probably over 70%. Because of the low occupancy I think some hours and features of the hotel may not have been available early in our stay. I would suggest checking with the concierge at Aqua if you want specifics on hours or services for the dates you plan to go.

PEOPLE:

If I could paint a picture of warmth, graciousness, humility and service it would be the faces of the staff at Aqua. Too many hotels and resorts think that building the pools, restaurants and other facilities will make a great resort but they miss the mark by not hiring the right people and thus make a mediocre experience. Aqua has not missed the importance of hiring and developing their people into a superior staff. Excellent service started before my trip when corresponding with the concierge to set up an airport transfer as well as get info on spa and other services. It continued upon our greeting and check in. Yes, they do offer you an incentive to hear the time share pitch but they do it in such a gentle way that a simple “no thank you” concludes the sales pitch. In the gym they always have 2 if not 3 people there to help you with your workout if you want the help. At the pool and beach the staff communicates via an earplug radio so you can ask anyone for anything and they work to fulfill your request immediately. The restaurants, bars and spa were also all the same, gracious and warm. I know many of us who frequent all inclusive resorts may get use to a no tipping policy but there is no such policy at Aqua and the service is well worth the additional cost. I probably spent an additional $150 in tips to the staff and these people are well deserving of the tips. My wife would not forgive me if I didn’t mention the yoga and tai chi instructor Victor. He provided individual classes to her and is someone who doesn’t just teach the classes you can see in his inter-actions with people that he lives what he teaches.

As beautiful as the hotel is aesthetically it still did not match the quality of the staff. The people are without a doubt the best thing about Aqua Cancun.

FACILITIES – GENERAL:

Inside and out the hotel is very impressive. If you like a minimalist and modern feel, or you like “W” hotels, this place is for you. The entry is very beautiful with a calming fountain and pond and there are 2 other large pool/fountains in the lobby area. One to your right as you enter behind the concierge desk and the other to your left in front of Egos Bar. The entire lobby floor area has roughly 30 foot ceilings and stretches near the width of the hotel. Marble (or travertine) is everywhere including all the hallways of the hotel. The grounds are well maintained and as clean as any Disney resort. We received free wireless, I’m not certain if this is for all guests or those in suites so check with the concierge, but there is an internet café area called “B-on” located in the hotel. This is free to use for all guests so unless you need to VPN in for work or some other secure connection “B-on” can work fine for you. There is also a beauty salon in the hotel should you want this service.

As others have mentioned, and Aqua seems to be famous for, is the aroma-therapy in the common areas as well as your room. It really is soothing to have the different smells through the hotel.

FACILITIES - ROOMS:

We stayed in an Aqua Suite and the concierge was also nice enough to show me a Viento Suite. I only saw a standard room while walking by as a maid cleaned the room but this is my assessment of each room type.

SRANDARD ROOM: Is like most high end hotel rooms in styling and is in the range of 350 to 400 square feet. The bathroom is right after you enter the room with a closet opposite the bathroom. The room has the usual flat screen, desk and dresser. You have a balcony that is about 4 feet by 15 feet. On the balcony you get 2 chairs and a small table between them. The railing is glass so your view is unobstructed. You can smoke on the balconies even though the hotel is smoke free.

VIENTO SUITE: As you enter there is a closet in the entry way and is the only closet in the room. After passing the closet you enter the living room which is about 15 feet by 15 feet. There is a love seat size sofa and a couple of cocktail ottomans. Along one wall is a cabinet about 30 inches high that has dresser drawers, mini bar and an iPod player. There is a flat screen TV mounted on the partition wall between the living and bed room. The partition is about 6 feet wide and you can pass from the bedroom and living room from either side of the partition.

As you walk into the bedroom you have a flat screen TV mounted on the other side of the partition so you can watch from bed. The bedroom area has the balcony access. The balcony is about 20 feet long and 4 feet wide. Same otherwise as the standard room with a couple chairs, small table and glass railing with an unobstructed view.
The bathroom is separate from the bedroom with a solid door. (No drapes to separate rooms in the Viento suite like there is in the Aqua). In the bathroom is a free standing tub, 2 sinks, water closet and shower.

Overall I would say the room is in the 700 square foot range.

It's a great room the only odd thing I thought regarding the design is that the closet is in the entry way so far from the bedroom and bathroom. It just seems odd to shower or bathe and then walk to the closet by the front door to get clothes.

With that said it is a BEAUTIFUL room.

AQUA SUITE: As you enter the room there is a large clothes closet on one side of the entry and a ½ bath on the other. I used this closet for my things and my wife used the larger closet in the bathroom for her things. A few steps further takes you into the living room where you have a Bose DVD/CD player, a flat screen TV and an iPod player. You also have 2 love seat size sofas facing one another with 4 cocktail ottomans between the sofas. It's a nice layout. This room is about 25 feet x 15 feet and has a sliding door to the balcony.

There are shears that you can draw closed to separate the living and bed rooms.

The bedroom and bath area is about 30 feet x 15 feet. There is a flat screen TV as well as an iPod player. For furniture there is of course the king bed along with a 4 foot round ottoman and a table with 2 chairs. On the bathroom side of the room is a large and deep free standing Jacuzzi tub that my wife loved. There is a counter with two mirrors and sinks that is between the water closet, which has a glass frosted door, and the shower with a clear glass door. There is a shear curtain you can pull to separate the bedroom and bathroom. The bedroom also opens up to the balcony.

On the balcony we had 3 chairs with a small table to hold cocktails as well as 2 lounging type chairs/recliners. When sitting you can see some but not all of the beach. Each Aqua Suite balcony has a flower bed about 2 feet wide and 2 feet high that serves as the railing which slightly limits the view.

I wish the bed was more of a Westin heavenly bed as it was too firm for my tastes but I slept just fine and I certainly can’t call it uncomfortable. It just took me a couple days to get use to the difference from my bed at home is all.

The entire suite is about 30 feet by 35 feet so the entire room space is a little over 1000 square feet. You can then add another 30 feet by 13 feet for the balcony adding another 400 square feet.

For me the extra price is worth it for the Aqua Suite. I like the extra space so it's worth it for me. I travel a lot alone for business so I'm kind of set in my ways and this gives me and my wife extra space which just makes the trip more enjoyable.

FACILITIES – RESTAURANTS:

SIETA (7): Open for breakfast with a good buffet or ala carte ordering. The ala carte is pretty limited so buffet was the way to go for us. They do cook to order eggs, omelettes, etc and also will make you fresh pancakes or waffles. There are plenty of other items for your standard buffet fare. This is the only restaurant for breakfast or you can order room service.

AZUR: Open for lunch and dinner. To reach Azur you have to walk outdoors to the pool area and it fronts the beach so it has a casual feel. A nice feature is you can also order from the Azur menu for lunch at the pool or beach. The food here is very good for being more of a casual setting. The only negative I can say is that it’s so dim at night you can’t read the menu. The wait staff carries flash lights to help you out.

MB: Open for dinner only and a very nice restaurant. It is on the street side of the hotel but you don’t hear any noise from the street and it has nice ambience. More formal but there were people eating in shorts as well so you can’t call it stuffy. The food is great and don’t be afraid to mix and match your selection. If you don’t like the vegetable selection with the meat you order just change the vegetable selection. They are very accommodating to your needs. I would suggest checking daily if you need a reservation since we found on our last night that the hotel had enough guests that you could only get dinner if you had made a reservation. We ate at Azur as our backup that night.

AKA BAR: AKA is open early in the day for drinks, I can’t tell you exactly what time since I was by the pool, but is the bar for a pre-dinner drink. It’s sits between the MB and Siete restaurants and is situated a bit odd since it’s kind of long and skinny so if you had a group it would be hard to sit together. It’s open to the hallway area between the restaurants. The pool table in the bar does allow for a fun diversion while having drinks.

EGOS BAR: I have to again mention the fact that we were here when there was low occupancy so I hope Egos has more going when the hotel has a lot of guests. The bar is beautiful and you can also go to a balcony that faces the pool and beach. If people gather here I can see where it would be a great bar to hang out. It may have had more going on the Friday and Saturday but we had invitations to some other events in town so can’t say what it’s like on weekends for a crowd and “vibe”. They do have a DJ on Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

FACILITIES – POOL AND BEACH:

Given that it's still slow season the swim up bar and adults only was open during the trip. The rest of the pool area is expansive with plenty of places to lay in the sun or shade. The beds without the canvas tops on them are open as first come first serve. The beds with the canvas tops are 1300 peso’s for the day or included with a suite. If you have a covered bed the pool staff will make the bed for you, add pillows, towels and take great care of you. The attendant will bring other goodies like fruits and sweets to you during the day as little surprises. You also get a 20 minute foot massage included. There are also a lot of beds and lounge chairs on the beach. As noted above when I talk about the staff they are great and service is excellent by the pool or on the beach.

FACILITIES – SPA AND GYM:

The gym is very well equipped with about 6 ellipticals, 6 treadmills and 3 stair climbers. There are about 10 to 12 Nautilus stations and they have free weights also. Then they have another rooms with some cool equipment geared toward light resistance training when doing tai chi and other yoga like movements. There are people on staff in the gym to help with your workout if you wish.

My wife loved the spa and the tour I took thru the spa looked lovely. There are identical facilities for men and women and there are couples massages as well. They tell you to come about 45 minutes early so you do the cold and warm Jacuzzi treatment and then the massage. The whole treatment my wife did for about $200 (including tip) was a bout a 3 hour experience of pampering.

ODDS and ENDS:

Unlike other AI’s they do not have you wear a wristband. I loved this since I think the wristband can look tacky if you go off resort to take part in other activities. In fact we went to an event with women in formal or cocktail dresses and the men in suits and ties and a bright wristband would have been WAY out of place. The trade off is you have to sign for everything at the end of meals, drinks, etc. I also like being able to sign a check, even though on the AI, since we could add a gratuity and not have to worry about the right denomination of USD or pesos for tips.

I was told the night before we left that you can order lobster when you dine at MB even though it’s not on the menu. Any little extras like this should be explained on check-in or given in a welcome kit. Just a little more communication on the options offered there would be nice.

With the limited restaurant and activity offerings at the hotel it would be cool if they had a couple nights where you can sign up for CoCo Bongo or other attractions with other guests. I don’t suggest Aqua going overboard with this but 2 or 3 nights a week with something offsite would be cool. It would be also nice to see them arrange an agreement with a golf course in the area for preferred tee times or rates.

I hope you enjoy your stay as much as we did if you choose Aqua. We will certainly be returning.

  • Stayed December 2010, traveled as a couple
    • 4 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 4 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed November 13, 2010

My husband and I take a few vacations a year. This time we decided on Cancun. We weren't sure where we wanted to stay since there were so many hotels to choose from. After reading all of the good reviews about this hotel on tripadvisor, my husband and I decided to book Aqua Cancun. This hotel is on the pricier side, but we got a pretty good package deal through Expedia that included flight and hotel. We took a 25 min shuttle ride from the airport to the hotel. Just beware, most taxi/bus/shuttle drivers refer to this hotel as the Fiesta Americana. Apparently they just underwent a recent name change.

Upon arrival you are greeted with a welcome hand massage while they arrange your check in. In the background they play soothing chime music and use aroma scents. It is like stepping into a spa. The staff is very friendly and helpful and provide very prompt service. This hotel is located directly acrossthe street from the Las Islas shopping mall where there are a ton of restaurants to choose from. There is also a bus stop right in front of the hotel which is really convenient. There are about 7-8 pools that are kept at about 73 degrees at all times and open 24 hours. A few steps below is the beach. The rooms are a good size with big a bathroom. The bed is huge and super comfortable. Overall this hotel is very quiet and relaxing. The hotel is so big you feel like there is no one else around.

This is one of the best hotels I've stayed at and would definitely recommend it to anyone who is thinking of staying here!

  • Stayed August 2010, traveled as a couple
    • 4 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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Address: Boulevard Kukulcan Km. 12.5 Zona Hotelera, Cancun 77500, Mexico
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Location: Mexico > Yucatan Peninsula > Quintana Roo > Cancun
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Beach Business Center with Internet Access Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Restaurant Room Service Spa Suites Swimming Pool Wheelchair access
Hotel Style:
#2 Spa Hotel in Cancun
#2 On the Beach Hotel in Cancun
#2 Luxury Hotel in Cancun
#2 Top resorts Hotel in Cancun
#4 Business Hotel in Cancun
#4 Romantic Hotel in Cancun
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): $$$$
Hotel Class:4.5 star — Live Aqua Cancun All Inclusive 4.5*
Number of rooms: 371
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Live Aqua Cancun, a welcoming place, where being is the first part of feeling. Your senses work together. It's a prism of colors, eclectic rhythms, and seductive details. Enjoy the fusion of idyllic days and energizing nights. It is a monument to your arrival to this Cancun Spa Resort. This sophisticated beachfront resort lies along white sand beaches, across the street from La Isla Shopping Mall and walking distance from some of the best restaurants and shopping malls in the city. Exotic drinks, barefoot luxury and activities overlooking the resort's 8 infiniti pools are just part of the exquisite details within our All Inclusive concept. Music worships you at every step, with changes in rhythms that match the emotions you feel and the space around you. The sound is never the same, but always relaxing, exciting and harmonic. Arriving, leaving, just belonging makes you sigh with peace. The Aqua aroma seeps into every nook and cranny up to the sky, down to the sea. Return to yourself. ... more   less 
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