Best Western Cancun Clipper Club

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

Boulevard Kukulcan, Km 9, Cancun, Yucatan Peninsula, 77500, Mexico

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74%

Satisfaction Average
Excellent
15%
23
Very Good
33%
49
Average
25%
38
Poor
12%
19
Terrible
11%
17

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 45% less than similarly rated 3.5 star hotels

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  • Families60
  • Couples67
  • Solo78
  • Business40
  • kirstylm's Profile Photo

    Perfect place to stay!

    by

    Just got back from a weeks trip to Mexico, and we stayed 2 nights at this hotel. Couldn't wish for a better place - perfect location and brilliant value for money. Not as flashy as some of the inclusive resorts nearby, but if you're looking for good location and value for money, this is definitely worth it! We stayed on the ground floor, but I don't think there were lifts, so would be a bit tricky hauling big bags up the stairs, but the porters are very helpful! We didn't have breakfast included in our price ($114 per night for 3 people), but had great restaurants nearby.

    Unique Quality: Nice and clean. Perfect location - walking distance to stunning beach, lively clubs and restaurants nearby. Didn't have breakfast there but they seem to have a nice pool-side setting. Friendly staff. We had a ground-floor room but still had a view of the lagoon.

    Directions: Perfect location - near the lively part of the hotel zone. Very close to the Convention Centre, and all the main clubs, restaurants, bars.

  • iam1wthee's Profile Photo

    Worst Hotel ever

    by

    The service here is dreadful. When we arrived at midnight the room was not ready. This was booked 2 months in advanced they had time to fix it. The stove, microwave, bed sheets, were dirty. The suite was extremely hot. The window in the bathroom was broken. The mosquitos and other bugs ate us up while we were sleeping.

    They changed our room but things did not improve. There were some dead bugs by the window. We had to keep asking for towels and wash cloths/face cloths almost everyday. When they did arrive it was in the middle of the afternoon. They did not always change our bed sheets either. Once when cleaning the room they unplugged the clock and we almost missed our tour. They gave us someone elses phone message but never gave us the ones from our friends and family. My friends mother was sick. They agreed to give us $60 dollars but only if we attend a timeshare seminar.

    Before we left we asked how much it was to go to the airport they said $9 we would NOT have to share and that they would arrange it. When we got out of the cab at the airport that they got for us the man said $200 pesos and that the $9 was only for shared van service.

    One tourist in our building said she was ok. Another couple in another building said they were not happy at all. They had a flood and had to wait a long time before anyone would come. They were not given the option to change rooms.

    Unique Quality: The view of the lagoon and the night staff was the only good thing about the hotel.

    Most of the staff was lazy as hell. The maid had the nerve to tell the front desk that I told her not to come in. I never even spoke to her.
    One person had a nasty attitude when I tried to complain. The manager tried to avoide us and acted like she was not there. Trying to give me the run around.

    The travel agent they have gave us the wrong time on every tour. Luckily we did not miss any but being 2 hours early was not necessary.

    Directions: the elbow or cancun on the hotel strip

  • spartan's Profile Photo

    Away from the hustle and bustle

    by

    The Cancún Clipper Club is an intimate private club and hotel located across from Cancún's convention center and only a short walk from beaches, shopping, restaurants and discos.

    Unique Quality: Guests will enjoy the best of both worlds. The Cancún Clipper Club is the ideal place to take advantage of the excitement of Cancún and the tranquility of a small, friendly and romantic resort.

    Directions: On Nichupte Lagoon directly across from the convention center.

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Chichen Itza

by Gipp

This picture was taken by my boyfriend at the top of Chichen Itza's big pyramid. It makes you wonder how they were able to build in such a remote jungle location thousands of years ago

This is el castillo the huge pyramid that dominates the chichen itza site. It's quite something to climb and I'm afraid I wimped out, because I'm not overly keen on heights!

If you go up el castillo this is the journey down! It's very steep and the steps are shiny from the sheer number of people going up and down them. People were shuffling down there on their bottoms!

A rather gruesome looking line of skull pictures on a wall

me by columns at chichen itza

Chichen Itza

by Brent_L

"Going to Chichen Itza?"

Chichen Itza, located in the interior of the Yucatan, is an absolute must see. The Mayan pyramids, courts and columnal structures are very accesible and well maintained. For an entrance fee of around $10 USD, the trip to get there, which can be costly if done by taxi from the coast ($75-$200), is well worth the effort. Buses run from all over, but it will take at least a half day or more, and you're on their schedule. Of course, the bus is much cheaper. I've been there several times, and each time I discover something new. This picture of Ivette and I was taken from the top of the Temple of the Jaguar.

"Chichen Itza"

This was the court where the Maya played ball at Chichen Itza---somewhat like modern day basketball. Well, maybe not.

"Stone Jaguar Head"

The Maya were incredible artisans. There are carvings all over Chichen Itza like this one. This particular carving is an integrated Jaguar Head in the stone wall at one of the corners of the Ball Court.

"Aventuras Akumal"

7 of us rented a house on the beach in Aventuras Akumal. The house had all of the conveniences of any modern home: CD Stereo, TV/VCR, 2 Full baths, Air conditioning, bottled water and muy well maintained. Aventuras Akumal is located a little more than an hour from Cancun toward Tulum on the same highway that runs down the coast. I can't remember how much it was per person, but it was inexpensive and away from a lot of the touristy crap. This picture of Scott was taken from the "backyard" of our house. Very peaceful indeed...

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Forum Posts

Chichen Itza

by ez072489

Has anyone visited Chichen Itza in 2006? My family and I are taking a trip to the Mayan Riviera and one of the places we want to visit is chichen itza. However I read rumors that they are no longer allowing people to climb el castillo, due to a tragic accident in the beginning of 2006. Can anyone confirm or deny this????

RE: Chichen Itza

by cgf

that's true.

RE: Chichen Itza

by brkilbourne

That is correct. You can no longer climb Chichen Itza as of Jan. 2006. You can still climb the pyramid at Coba and the Ek Balam. http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/tt/76e56/#TL
Balam travel page. The trip to Chichen Irza is still worth it, with auditory
phenomena and take a look at this Greek warrior? there. Still unexplaned.
http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/tt/7eb84/#TL

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Address: Boulevard Kukulcan, Km 9, Cancun, Yucatan Peninsula, 77500, Mexico