Holiday Inn Express Cancun Zona Hotelera

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Paseo Pok-ta-pok 21/22, Hotel Zone, Cancun, Yucatan Peninsula, 77500, Mexico
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80%

Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
10%
11
Very Good
45%
47
Average
25%
27
Poor
12%
13
Terrible
5%
6

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 32% less than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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Good For Families
  • Families75
  • Couples63
  • Solo64
  • Business53

More about Holiday Inn Express Cancun Zona Hotelera

...Another interesting...

by Lys-Noir

...Another interesting restaurant called SEÑIOR FROG'S: serving nice mexican cuisine but in a rural setting with wooden floor covered with hay!
On each wooden table there was pretty big buckets full of pop-corn, all drinks & cocktails were served in a *chevalier* glass (check out pics on their web-site) and at some point of the evening everyone start throwing pop-corn around - shoked at first but happily I started to do it as well...lol! Soon a queue of people formed, dancing on a mexican air and going between tables and inviting everyone to join (You Can't Avoid It!!). When the music stopped and the person who was at that moment under a waiter standing on two tables, had to open its mouth while some tequila was poured in by him - reward...or punishment? Go see yourself :-)!
I had a very funny, different and full of unexpected action evening instead of a quiet dinner...LOL!!

Address: Blvd. Kukulcán Fte Playa Chacmool Km. 9.5 Zona Hotelera Cancun, Q. Roo. C.P. 77500

Pls note: Señor Frog’s also in Playa del Carmen

MEXICAN DINNERS AND...
I had...

by LysDor

MEXICAN DINNERS AND...

I had several enjoyable dinners in local restaurants with mexican music players and full of colored flags!!

...but if a group of musiciens was playing - be prepared that they will soon come to your table, playing a serenade -just for you- but expecting some money in return of their mariachis performance!!

Anyway, the food was most of the time great as I love spicy food!

I also had to go to a local Hard Rock Café (this was the custom * at that time * - sort of tradition - going to as many HRC restaurants as possible - World wide!- silly!!)

The HRC in Cancun had a special kind of mexican menu which was new discovery for me.

I fell in love with their *stuffed jalapenos* really STRONGLY HOT and the sizzling hot spicy beef/ chicken/ vegetables/ or mixed platter FAJITAS served on an iron-board!!

Remember: NEVER take the first tortillas and once you've picked-up your stuffed & rolled tortilla NEVER put it back onto your plate :-)!!


Another interesting restaurant called: SEÑOR FROGS'(Click the logo) served nice mexican cuisine but in a rural setting with wooden floor covered with hay!

On each wooden table there was pretty big buckets full of pop-corn, all drinks & cocktails were served in a *chevalier* glass (check out pics on their web-site) and at some point of the evening everyone start throwing pop-corn around - shoked at first but happily I started to do it as well...lol!
Soon a queue of people formed, dancing on a mexican air and going between tables and inviting everyone to join (You Can't Avoid It!!). When the music stopped and the person who was at that moment under a waiter standing on two tables, had to open its mouth while some tequila was poured in by him - reward...or punishment? Go see yourself :-)!

I had a very funny, different and full of unexpected action evening instead of a quiet dinner...LOL!!

Address: Blvd. Kukulcán Fte Playa Chacmool Km. 9.5 Zona Hotelera Cancun, Q. Roo. C.P. 77500

Pls note: Señor Frog’s also in Playa del Carmen



Mexico--Again and Again

by Interlingua

Mexico makes a great place to visit. There's a lot to see, people are friendly, Spanish is beautiful and for people in Chicago, it's just a short flight.

I've been to Mexico five times and have spent about a year there in total. There's somethng for almost everyone. If you're interested in ancient culture, Mexico is more richly endowed than almost any other place on earth. Olmec, Maya, Huastec, Toltec, Aztec and Taracan ruins or cities are there in abundance. But Mexico's indigenous cultures are also very much alive today. In Oaxaca, you can visit any number of different towns, each with its own style in cermaics, textiles or metal-working. In Chiapas and the Yucatan, you'll meet native Maya speakers eager to talk with you.

Mexico's a place with fully alive modern culture. Music and the visual arts, movies and literature, sport and fashion. Mexico City or Guadalajara are probably the two best places to experience art, photography and architecure, but even every town will have music and food.

One big gap in my travels in Mexico has been the beaches. Odd, given that I love to swim. In spite of solid wall of buildings in Zona Hotelera, Cancun really is worth a visit. For those who don't speak Spanish or who are just getting used to traveling abroad, it makes an easy destination. Also, parents with kids in tow will find no problem to get around. However, even if you hate Disneyesque tourism and also speak Spanish, Cancun has real charms. I stayed in the Centro, spoke Spanish all the time, and also tended to go to the public beaches that are squeezed in between the mammoth hotels. I was surprised that I actually had more contact with Mexicans in Cancun than in other places, like Tuluum, that boast of less tainted by tourism.

Learn as much Spanish as you can before you go. Your trip will go more smoothly but, far more important, you'll learn so much more.

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Forum Posts

share a suite in cancun

by Joe1981

Hi, I'm on hold in cancun for one night, 15th January 2011.
I think about checking in at Sina Suites in Zona Hotelera... close to the spots to go out.
The suites are for up to 4 people so there should be plenty of room for more than one.
if you are interested, contact me on my mobile +491797540774.
I'm a 29year old german guy who is facing his normal life as an employee in stuttgart on sunday and needs one last night out.
see you

Re: share a suite in cancun

by HansDK

try www.travbuddy.com

Re: share a suite in cancun

by singledudetravel

Don't go to Cancun! It's overrun with American drunk kids. Go to Playa del Carmen instead.

www.singledudetravel.com/2011/01/te-amo-mexico/

Tomorrow's entry is about why not to go to Cancun.

Charlie

Re: share a suite in cancun

by merbal

go to Cancun, not Playa del Carmen!

Travel Tips for Cancún

xcaret aviary park

by hanspeter_W.

A wild bird Aviary lies just inside the entrance of Xcaret, where more than thirteen tropical, plumed species have been successfully bred. Many of the 44 species here are caged, but the ocellated turkeys, pelicans and ducks
roam free

The Bar

by jholley534

Hummm. The bar.....This is where the majority of everyone stayed. It opened at 10:00am if that tells you anything.

If you pay for an all-inclusive package, your food and even alcoholic beverages are included. It's definately worth the extra bucks to eat and drink for free.

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Address: Paseo Pok-ta-pok 21/22, Hotel Zone, Cancun, Yucatan Peninsula, 77500, Mexico