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Iberostar Cancun All Inclusive

Have you ever caught yourself thinking, "I'd like an easy vacation with beautiful views and relaxation but also plenty to do?" I know I have!  All-inclusive resorts can be the answer you are looking for!  With accommodations, dining, and many activities included, the ease of an all-inclusive vacation can't be beat.  The Iberostar Cancun is a great choice for adults and families alike, as they have numerous options that will please all ages on their trip.


The resort has a beautiful main building and several villa buildings all around so there are accommodations to suit any party. Additionally, there are numerous pools and of course a wonderful beach to relax on.  The hotel boasts 6 restaurants to choose from for all your dining needs.  They came at no additional cost but did require an advanced reservation to enjoy. The hotel also has a fitness center and spa. If that doesn't sound like enough, there is also nightly entertainment to enjoy. Finally, you can arrange excursions from the resort (for an additional fee) to go explore even more if you wish.

Let's go through all the wonderful things you can enjoy here.  First is of course, the resort itself.  With nods to a pyramid, the main building is towering yet elegant.  The main pool includes a swim up bar and infinity edge which looks over the beach which is only a few steps further.  Lounge chairs were plentiful and welcomed relaxation throughout the day.



Next up, we have the rooms.  Our party stayed in the villas section of the resort.  These rooms were light and spacious, the mini bar was included as was room service.  We enjoyed the patio and small semi-private pools for these buildings as well when we wanted some quiet time.


Now let's explore the dining options.  The food at the buffet was plentiful and delicious.  We also tried three of the specialty restaurants - El Maguey Mexican Restuarant, Naga Hibachi Japanese Restaurant, and La Parrilla Rotisserie. They were great options to change up the atmosphere each night and each came with great service and unique menus.  We also enjoyed room service a few times.  While the menu was nothing fancy, we enjoyed our snacks on the patio immensely!

El Maguey Mexican Restaurant:

Naga Hibachi Japanese:

La Parrailla:

Antiquo Laguito Buffet (photos include both breakfast and lunch options)


Room Service:

Other amenities around the resort include the spa, fitness center, and the kids pool and activities.  The spa offered services but also had a wet spa area including jetted tubs and special showers for relaxation. The kids pool was easily accessible by the main pool of the resort and offered lots of fun for kids to play. The fitness center had beautiful views over the resort and was never too crowded while I was there.


We ended each night with some fun by the resort entertainment.  They offer a variety of shows, so be sure to check the schedule while you are there!


With so much to do, it's easy to fill your days here.  Some highlights for me included digging my toes into the sand by the ocean, relaxing in the spa, doing some water aerobics in the pool, enjoying a cocktail or two in the beautiful atmosphere, and just getting to hang out with some awesome people on my trip!


What do you think?  Would you like to plan your next trip to be an all-inclusive getaway?  Let us know in the comments below!

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