Cancun Journals

Moon Palace

A December 2004 trip to Cancun by charlesjaffe

Quote: Sun, pool, beach, Mayan ruins, and plenty of good food... What more needs to be said?
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Best Things Nearby:
The Mayan ruins were the best things nearby.

Best Things About the Resort:
We had an all-inclusive deal.

Resort Experience:
There was so much to do. You could play golf or tennis, get a massage, or just lay at the beach or pool. The resort is close to shopping and the airport.

  • Unit Type: Studio
  • Activities: Excellent
  • Amenities: Excellent
  • Unit Satisfaction: Excellent
  • Family Friendliness: Excellent
  • Service: Very Good

Member Rating 5 out of 5 on December 23, 2004

Moon Palace Golf and Spa Resort All-Inclusive
Carretera Cancun-Chetumal Km. 340
Cancun, Quintana Roo, Mexico 77500
011-52-998-881-6000

Moon Palace

Restaurant

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There are ten restaurants at the Moon Palace, five on each side. The sunrise side has a buffet-style grill with very good steak, chicken, or fish and an á la carte restaurant with decent fare. The Italian restaurant is so-so. The breakfast and lunch have a wide range of choices. All restaurants are all-you-can-eat, so bring bigger clothes.

Member Rating 5 out of 5 on December 23, 2004

Moon Palace
Carretera Cancun-Chetumal KM. 340
Cancun, Mexico
+52 998 881-6000