7 Reasons To Escape To The Villa del Palmar Cancun An Oasis By The Sea
Looking to run away? We have our top 7 reasons to escape to Villa del Palmar Cancun, an oasis by the sea. In these new
and different times of travel, sometimes finding a place to escape can be difficult at best with so many things to take into consideration. But luckily with Cancun International Airport now open and welcoming guests, we found the perfect
resort for both families or a romantic getaway or just when you need a few days to get away from the world all by yourself.
Villa del Palmar Cancun Luxury Beach Resort and Spa is a family-friendly beachfront oasis that blends seamlessly with Cancun’s immense natural beauty and offers luxury rooms and suites with contemporary décor and a fresh and
vibrant feel. While it’s almost impossible to narrow down the list of why this is the perfect Cancun getaway, here are our top 7 reasons to escape to the Villa del Palmar which is truly an oasis by the sea. The Villa del Palmar Cancun Beach Resort and Spa is set in a remote section of the coastline in Playa Mujeres which makes it It’s far enough away from the
thriving upbeat feel that Cancun is known for but the peace and tranquility of the location, combined with the wide variety of activities offered to make it the perfect escape for anyone looking to just get away from it all but should you want to take a trip into town, it’s only a 20-30 minutes ride away. Isla Mujeres is just out across the ocean, silhouetted
every morning against the rising sun, which makes for a pretty scene and Punta Sam is right on the beach at the resort which gives you quick and easy access to the ferry to Isla Mujeres. Taking the ferry is one of the most popular excursions for guests, as is exploring Isla Mujeres, which offers great snorkeling and several beautiful beaches, including the famous Playa Norte.
If you’re looking for a getaway that is away from it all but still wants a variety of options of things to do, you an escape to Villa Del Palmar an oasis by the sea offers the best of both worlds. The Playa Mujeres location means that it feels
secluded and quiet, but its extensive assortment of activities guarantee that you’ll never be at a loss for something to do, and this secluded spot also makes it easy to do absolutely nothing at all. Here you can find everything for volleyball to face painting but if you’re on your own the adult-only pool is the perfect place to relax and take in the serene surroundings.
Of course, the white sand beach is one of the major reasons that make the Villa del Palmar an oasis that you’ll want to escape to over and over again. With an abundance of loungers and beds to pick from lining the beach with plenty of space in between them, it is designed with social distancing in ming. Since the resort is away from the Hotel Zone, there are no vendors on the sand. Waiters on the beach provide drink service.
If you’re a more of a pool person, beyond the beach, are five different pools to explore (also with waiter service): one with a big bridge across it, one by the snack bar and nearer to the beach, two half-moon pools to the sides of the complex (one of these is for adults only), and a small infinity pool with cabana beds overlooking the beach that’s
exclusively for elite guests. Pools are quiet, even when there are organized activities going on. Not once did the pools or the beach ever have a crowded feel to them and more often than not, it was almost as though you had the entire space to yourself thanks to the spacious design and layout.
On a family getaway- no need to worry because there’s a kids’ club with its own splash pool. There is also a full array of
water sports include kayaking, paddle boarding, and snorkeling. Nightly entertainment is provided, often live bands or occasionally acts such as a magician performance, and resort activities are ready and waiting just for you and include everything from tequila tastings, Pilates, cooking lessons, and face painting for kids just to name a few of the options.
For those wanting to stay in shape and workout while they are there, the gym is large and offers a full variety of modern equipment. Water, towels, and flat-screen TVs are provided. If you’re looking for the ultimate in relaxation, the Village Spa offers eight different treatment rooms set in a tropical garden environment. The theming is modeled after the
ancient Mayan village and there are a whirlpool, steam room, and hot/cold lagoon. You can book massages, facials, nail treatments, and healing Mayan rituals. Parents will be happy to know that babysitting is available for a small fee and of
course for slightly older children the kids’ club with computers, crafts, and games. Parents can leave their children ages 4 to 10 there on their own. It’s the perfect combination of a family vacation but still allows for some quality and much-needed alone time for the adults.
The wide range of room choices means that whether you’re traveling on your own, for a couples getaway or friend escape, or on that much-needed family vacation, you’re sure to find something that is perfect for you. There are three
main room categories: Deluxe Rooms, One-Bedroom Suites, and Two-Bedroom Suites. The Deluxe Rooms are 538 square feet and have wet bars; upgrading to the One-Bedroom Suite will nearly double your space, and also include a dining space and full-size kitchen. Both fit a maximum of four guests, while Two-Bedroom Suites can fit six. Those looking to splurge may want to consider one of the Residences, which have one- to three-bedroom options and extras such as butler service. Because I was traveling on my own, I chose the Cancun Hotel Suite and it did not disappoint.
My room was elegant, with spectacular views, oversized balconies adorned with hammocks, and spacious interiors decorated with modern-chic design, which I must admit, made it very hard to leave at the end of my stay. I could have stayed in my hammock forever and been perfectly happy. All of the rooms at the Villa del Palmar feature hardwood trim, modern furniture, and granite surfaces. Bed runners and pillows which can range from a sophisticated neutral to a sometimes more colorful look, are elegant against dark-wood headboards. Even the standard rooms include fully
stocked wet bars that provided with no additional charge and the rooms are also equipped with microwaves, coffeemakers with a wide variety of coffee and teas as well as mini-fridges, and fully stocked cabinets with plates and eating utensils as well as a sink. There is a great market right on sight which carries everything imaginable and more.
On the digital front, there are flat-screen TVs and electronic safes. Unlike many of the resorts, the WIFI comes with no
additional cost. The bathrooms feature more granite, along with marble tiling. My particular room featured shower/tub combos, while the rest of the suites have walk-in showers with benches. Every room at the Villa del Palmar offers either terraces or balconies with hammocks. Make sure to request a higher level floor as it is from these rooms that you are
treated to an unparalleled ocean view. Close your eyes and imagine yourself sitting on your balcony eating breakfast to start the day or lounging in your hammock as the sun goes down. It just doesn’t get any better than that.
At the Villa del Palmar you’ll never go hungry. There are six restaurants, plus there’s a local market on the front side of the resort that sells almost everything and even has a Starbucks. Two additional snack bars are available, as well as
three cocktail bars -one is a tequila bar, located at the Mexican restaurant, one is a lobby bar with a happy hour, and one is located at the Mediterranean restaurant. I highly recommend booking the all-inclusive package when you book your stay, which includes meals and standard alcohol and wines. Reservations are not required for any of the restaurants but there may be dress codes at some of the more upscale eateries and again, there is also a 24-hour room service option for those times when you prefer to eat from the comfort of your room.
- La Casona STK is the resort’s steakhouse and is open for dinner only.
- Davino is a blend of Mediterranean and Italian cuisines, specializing in brick oven pizzas.
- Zamá focuses on Mexican specialties with modern twists, served indoors or outdoors.
- Hiroshi is the fusion restaurant that blends Pan-Asian and Japanese cuisines.
- Bites and Grill is the resort’s light snack option by the pool.
- Caprichos focuses on comfort food, served buffet-style; this is also the location for evening shows and entertainment.
- On-site deli selections, groceries and souvenir purchases at the Palmita Market
- Take-out food or beverages from resort restaurants or bars
Enjoy an unparalleled Mexican escape to the Villa del Palmar Cancun featuring impeccable service, and stellar amenities including four gourmet restaurants and an award-winning spa. You will quickly discover that the Villa Del Palmar Cancun is one of the area’s best upscale spots for an all-inclusive getaway. Situated in a private resort community to the north of
Cancun on a stunning white-sand beach with all the features you are looking for, a few you may not have realized that you need, this oasis includes six restaurants, five pools, and a kids’ club with its own splash pool as well as 415 spacious, homey suites with kitchenettes or kitchens, plus balconies, many with ocean views in this secluded area of Cancun without the hustle and bustle of the Resort Zone, what else would you add to our list of 7 reasons to escape to the Villa del Palmar Cancun? I know you will quickly discover that there is no better oasis by the sea to call home.