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Why Stay At Casa Turquesa
The intimate boutique gem offers guests a unique sense of privacy while putting them in the heart of bustling Cancún.
Exclusive Mediterranean-style resort Casa Turquesa with its opulent lobby (including a winding grand staircase) is home to 29 air-conditioned generously spaced suites. Accommodations are appointed with contemporary furnishings, gleaming Mexican tile floors and feature Jacuzzis on private terraces or balconies. Settle under one of the Palapa umbrellas, which shade the lounge chairs set out on the private white sand beach or take a swim in the horizon pool overlooking the ocean. Stomach growling? Just belly up to the pool bar for snacks and refreshing libations. The hotel has two dining spots, among them refined Celebrity restaurant serving a fabulous seafood platter to share.
Don't miss the hotel's collection of murals and sculptures by Mexican and other Latin American artists.
Book an in-room massage treatment to melt away your everyday worries.
Arrive at Cancún International Airport (CUN), which is approximately 15 miles from the hotel. Anticipate about 25 minutes of travel time.Boulevard Kukulcan Km 135, Cancun, Quintana Roo, Mexico
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Spa Services
- Outdoor Pool
- Art Collection
- Tennis Court
- Free Tennis Gear Rental
- Flat-screen TVs
- iPod Docks
- Wi-Fi Internet Access
- Luxury Bath Amenities
- Mini Bars
- In-room Safes
- Hair Dryers
- 2 Restaurants
- Poolside Dining
- Swim-Up Bar
- 24-Hour in-room Dining
- 3-person max occupancy
- Bottle of sparking wine
Why We Love Cancun
The honorary capital of the Riviera Maya satisfies all tastes: whether you seek powdery sand beaches, mystical ancient ruins amid lush emerald rainforests or high-end shopping malls and sizzling nightlife; you'll find it here.
Bounded by Cedro, Jabin, Jabin 9, and Ciriote.
Southwest of the intersection of Avenida Tulum and Avenida Chichen Itzá.
Where to Drink: Head to ultra-hip Thai Lounge located in the La Isla Shopping Center next door. Stretch out on a lounge bed under swaying palm trees, serenaded by chill house tunes and sip on a potent Julio Loco made with Don Julio tequila and Red Bull. Drinks for two $20.
Kukulkan Km12.5, Zona Hotelera, Cancún.
+52 998 176 8070
Where to Shop: An eclectic mix of more than 200 name brand stores, local galleries (like the one by Mexican artist Sergio Bustamante) plus movie theaters and a dolphinarium call La Isla shopping mall their home. Take a walk up the street to check out the intricately designed structure with its interconnected canals and bridges.
Best Day Trip: No trip to the Yucatan peninsula is complete without a visit to the Mayan Temples at Chichen Itzá. The site is located about 110 miles west of Cancún amidst dense tropical rainforest. Plenty of tours are available; and the hotel concierge will be happy to recommend the best one or set you up with your own car.
Why Go Now
October 23 - 26, 2013
The Danxica contemporary dance festival featuring professional dancers from around the world has become known for its electronic dance finale.
Malecón Plaza Hotel, Cancún.
November 24, 2013
Taste of Playa
Numerous culinary events celebrating the creativity and cultural influences of chefs across the Riviera Maya.
Parque Fundadores, Playa del Carmen.
November 28 - 30, 2013
Riviera Maya Jazz Festival
Celebrating its 10th anniversary, this three-day event boasts big marquee name musicians such as Frank Gambale or Earth, Wind and Fire.
Calle 28 Norte Mza. 10 Lote 8 entre Zona Federal Maritima y 5ta Av, Playa del Carmen.