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The Bel Air Collection Cancún

At a Glance

    Pros

  • luxurious spa
  • all-inclusive plan available
  • aesthetically pleasing hotel

    Cons

  • no kids under 12
  • far from party zone
  • open-air lobby can be very wet and windy during rainy season

Fodorite Reviews

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The Bel Air Collection Cancún Review

The design scheme at this strikingly chic and tranquil resort is unlike that of any other hotel along Boulevard Kukulcán. White furniture is offset by red and black accents, giving the entire hotel a retro look. Billowing drapery creates a wall-less passage into the open-air lobby. Neon lights in the elevators change every two seconds, triggering sensations of peace and relaxation. In addition to the sushi bar, there are two small dining sections where you can actually cool off your feet while eating, since the tables and chairs are sitting in a low pool of water. The spa here has a yoga–meditation room, light chambers, and high-tech machines from Europe that are used for aromatherapy and chromotherapy sessions, among other treatments. Children under the age of 12 are not permitted at this hotel, which is targeted at adults looking for a peaceful hideaway. All 19 suites have private indoor Jacuzzis and ocean views.

    Hotel Details

  • 136 rooms, 19 suites
  • Rate includes breakfast, no meals, all-inclusive.
Updated: 03-18-2013

Fodorite Reviews

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    Disappointing

    I recently visited the location and I disagree with Fodor's recommendation.

    by this_is_water, 1/22/09

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