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Brooklyn, New York
April 24, 2011
December 23, 2004
From journal Moon Palace
January 8, 2004
Very enjoyable evening - friendly waiters - very attentive - good food - seemed better quality then buffet foods
Gets crowded - got there at 5:40 and already small line for 6pm opening - large line when leaving
From journal Cancun Christmas Week - Moon Palace
August 7, 2003
The all-inclusive package is such a bargain since we never had to pay extra for any meals and drinks that we consumed at any of the affiliated palace hotels.
From journal GREAT CANCUN EXPERIENCE
August 6, 2003
From journal fun in the sun in cancun/MOON PALACE
August 12, 2003
The different cuisines included Mexican, Japanese, American, etc. It was all good. I especially liked to eat at the Barracuda outside restaurant, and at the Sunrise for breakfast. The chef would cook your eggs and omeletes any way you liked.
There were bars everywhere and this place could become a nightmare if you don't know how to control your drinking. Please, just because there is unlimited drinking in the all-inclusive plan, don't overdo it, you will miss out on a wonderful vacation if you do. The drinks are not watered down and you will be intoxicated before you know it if you're not careful. The other Palace resorts also have nice restaurants.
From journal Cancun fever
Summerville, South Carolina
January 24, 2003
There''s a wonderful choice of restaurants there, but the most important thing is that the food was wonderful. We''d have to say this is our favorite resort, our favorite restaurants, or let''s just say best "dining experience" we''ve had so far. (And I’ve been a truck driver most my life, so you know I like my food.)
The only restaurant you''ll need reservations at is the Japanese restaurant. There''s just about any type of atmosphere you''ll want and you can eat at about any time of the day or night.
Sue and I enjoyed eating at all the restaurants which I believe all overlook the ocean; 2 restaurants surround an indoor pool and hot tub, several places for fine dining, buffets that were indoor and outdoor, we ate outside in a gazebo watching live music by the ocean, did room service which they cater very well, and in several other perfect settings.
And the best thing is, if you get tired of dining at all the Moon/ Sunrise Resort restaurants or room service, you can take their free shuttle into Cancun and go to one of the several other resorts that belong to Moon Palace and eat and drink there for free too!!! I''m not talking cheap food and drink, I''m talking steaks, huge shrimp, crab legs, awesome fresh buffets, fruit, salad and vegetable bars, and even premium beers and liquor--not just shelf/ domestic drinks!
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From journal The Moon Palace Cancun Adventure
December 24, 2004
From journal Moon Palace - Cancun
January 24, 2004
From journal Week in Cancun at the Moon Palace
September 21, 2003
Los Caporales – I thought our dinner here was the best food we ate all week. The soup of the day was Cream of Spinach and I could have eaten two more serving. Both my husband and I got steak and it was a much better quality of meat than what was served at the Palapas. Seriously, though, the soup, oh, the soup was mucho delicioso. This restaurant also served a midnight menu from 11:30pm until 6am. I could have kissed the man who whipped up that club sandwich for me at 3am one morning after an evening of heavy drinking. Oh, and there is no dress code required for eating here on the midnight menu. :)
From journal Royal Treatment at the Moon Palace