Beautiful resort, clean, picturesque setting, wonderful attentive staff. The food was delicious and plentiful. It has a quiet restful atmosphere, aroma therapy scents throughout the lobby. Lovely, we will return.
Beautiful property, amazing restaurants and buffet with a huge selection and a fantastic well equipped gym. The staff were absolutely lovely!! They were nothing but helpful our entire stay and they were always willing to go that extra mile without even asking them to.
"it was right in front of the beach and it was very"
It was a very nice experience I've been to different hotels and this has been the best one that I have been to. In the restaurants all the waiters were very professional and also at the bar and at the pool they were very friendly and professional
This is a family hotel/resort. Two pools and main buffet with reasonable Italian specialty restaurant. Not too bad for the all-inclusive price. The staff were all willing to assist and please with whatever we needed. Food at the main buffet always had a variety. Room was clan and well air conditioned. I'm not sure if I would go back, but overall, my wife and I were satisfied.
"Unmatched accommodations, atmosphere and service "
Exquisite resort, matched only by the service. You don't visit Nizuc, you experience it! My expectations were high based on recommendations from others...it exceeded EVERY expectation. Anyone giving less than 5 stars must be the thinly veiled competition.
Traveller from Chicago
Spread among 28.5 private beachfront acres facing the second largest Mesoamerican Grand Reef Barrier. NIZUC Riviera Maya …More
We arrived before check in time but were treated like guests right away. We could use all of the amenities even though our room was not ready yet. All of the pools, restaurants, and staff were amazing! My husband and I are not big party people so this hotel was perfect for us! Not a ton of activities at the hotel to do, but easy to take buses and taxis to shopping areas and excursions. Our room was great, however only had a partial ocean view.
The Cancun Hotel Zone rests on a slit of land bound by a lagoon and the turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea. Sunseekers crowd the white-sand beaches. At night, the action moves to the restaurants, clubs, and bars that line Boulevard Kukulcán, the area’s main artery. This road passes by the El Rey ruins, believed to be a king’s tomb.