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Dec. 14 - Dec. 15
We love everything about the sands every time we come, they treat you like it's your home!! We will keep coming back
Jan. 5 - Jan. 6
Stanford pretty family from most part just didn't notice that some of the bartenders if they did not think you dipped them well enough they would take forever to get back to you and in fact one bartender on a Friday night actually told me that drinks on Friday nights or $4 a piece so haphazardly ...
Dec. 21 - Dec. 22
Friendly staff, very clean. Great outside! The facility is older, could go through a better renovation. Food could taste better in buffet lines. However, for the price, it is a great value. Overall rating is a 4.2 of 5.
Dec. 21 - Dec. 22
Beautiful grounds, good food(Italian at Marco Polo, was our favorite) great service. Shower doors don’t close all the way, so floor got soaking wet, even with bath mat, had an oceanfront that was great, but our room had a connecting door to next room, and walls were thin, I heard people snoring in ...
Jan. 6 - Jan. 7
There was only one problem but it was a major one: the close proximity to Coco Bongo who played loud music outside until 4 am. The music, if you want to call it that, had lots of drums and bass which easily penetrated the glass doors, the curtains, and my headphones which were playing real music. ...
Dec. 20 - Dec. 21
I absolutely recommend this resort, the staff make sure you're well taken care off. I had an amazing time, the food was amazing, the activities was great, this is an amazing family resort and you won't regret it.
Dec. 10 - Dec. 11
I try travel to Cancun several times a year And I always stay at the Emporio Cancun. The staff is wonderful and the resort is very clean and beautiful. Great location and great beach. Patti the Manager is awesome. I will return again and again. Best Mark Venegas
Dec. 11 - Dec. 12
Almost everything excellent! Only one complaint: Hot water is not hot enough in sink and shower in rooms in the new part of the hotel.
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The culture of the people inhabiting Mexico goes back thousands of years to the ancient paleo Indian groups and more recently to the Mayans and Aztecs and then Spanish explorers in the 1500s. Mexico hotels offer guests a way to explore this national heritage while also partaking in the country's current cultural offerings, and you can find cheap hotel deals in Mexico that are close to archaeological sites and museums.
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