Moon Palace Cancun is based around the unique concept of three hotels in one. The resort is comprised of three neighboring properties (Nizuc, Sunrise, and Moon Grand), each of which has its own distinctive decor and atmosphere.
The largest property, Sunrise, is big and buzzing, while Nizuc has a more relaxed ambiance, and the Moon Grand has a boutique feel. A shuttle bus transports guests between the different sections of the resort, allowing them to enjoy the diverse dining options and amenities offered at each.
Guest rooms have understated color schemes, gleaming marble floors, and dark wood furniture. All room categories include spa tubs, well-stocked minibars and Lavazza coffeemakers. Bathrooms are especially impressive, offering walk-in marble showers with rainfall showerheads.
The kids’ club is one of the resort’s top features, making Moon Palace a wonderful choice for families. The club is divided into a series of themed rooms, including a fashion room with a mini-runway, a life-sized doll house room, and a little racetrack room with plastic cars that the kids can drive. There’s also a kid-sized theater and an outdoor playground. The teen club features an array of different activities ranging from sea kayaking to tennis.
Another stand-out feature of the resort is the FlowRider, a surf simulator with continuous waves. The lovely spa offers massages, facials, and body scrubs, with guests receiving free use of its hydrotherapy facilities on their appointment day. Guests can also tee off at the resort’s nine-hole Jack Nicklaus golf course, or swim in one of the seven outdoor pools. For dining, there are 25 restaurants and bars, which collectively offer a range of different global cuisines.