Advice On Cancun For 30 Yr Old Celebration!

Old Aug 9th, 2005, 04:36 PM
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Advice On Cancun For 30 Yr Old Celebration!

A couple of friends and I (all women)are planning a trip for May 2006 to Cancun. We are looking to stay in a hotel that possibly has an AI option, where there won't be a lot of kids running around or too many partiers (we prefer to do that away from our hotel), has a great beach and grounds in general as well as nice rooms (possibly suites/villa upgrades)and hopefully a spa...We don't want to totally drain our bank accounts but we're willing to spend a little more to make it all worth it....Are we asking too much???? After all, you only turn 30 ONCE!

Thanks in advance for your input!
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Old Aug 9th, 2005, 05:27 PM
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If you don't want a lot of partying at the hotel, my advice is not to go to an AI. Check out for the best rated hotels in Cancun...
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Royal Sands of the Royal Resorts. 2 bedroom/bathroom condos, beautiful beach and pools, immaculate grounds, restaurants and a spa. A timeshare that caters to families, does not allow the party crowd. Check it out on and
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The Royal Mayan (sister resort to Royal Sands); very nice 2 bedroom units, nice pool, restaurant and beach. The Royal Resorts enjoy an excellent reputation within the time-share industry. Have also stayed at the Gran Melia Cancun; a gorgeous resort with a fantastic pool and beach, and an all-inclusive option (not mandatory). Reviews available for both resorts on
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Honestly, the Omni would fit all you need. Great property, moderate pricing and an AI option. Yes, they also have a spa.
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