Without a doubt, one of the main attractions of Cancun are its beaches. The city has approximately 20 km of beaches, located along the Kikilkan boulevard, such as Playa Langosta, Playa las Perlas, Playa Marlin and Playa Delfines.
This destination is well known for its lively nightlife. Most of the nightlife is in the Party Center, in the middle of the hotel zone. The most famous places are Coco Bongo, Mandala Beach, Señor Frog’s, Sweet Club, Palazzo and Sky Garden. Most of them have themed shows.
The gastronomy of Cancun offers a great variety for all tastes, some dishes that you must try are the Mayan barbecue fish, the famous tikinxic, the lime soup, the panuchos, the salbutes, the delicious tamales, among others.
Normally it is an eternal, hot and tropical summer, however it varies in times of rain that are from June to November.
For the high season at holly week or in August, however, November is an excellent season to travel, since you will find less influx of people.
That depends entirely on the plan to get to know the city, however, there are several factors that directly influence, such as the days of your stay, walks or outings that you do and the type of hotel you choose to rest. If you travel as a family, consider their needs and habits, simply take accounts of how much you normally spend on an outing in the city where you live to give you a rough idea.
The hotel zone is located between Downtown and Isla Mujeres, however in Cancun you can find hotels from 3 to 5 stars and with different lodging plans, there is no special one, everything goes according to your personal tastes, budget and type of trip. But you can find hotels for adults only, Pets Friendly hotels, family hotels and cheap hotels.
It is important to bear in mind that most of the services such as parks, restaurants and hotels show their prices in dollars, but by law establishments are required to show or have prices in Mexican pesos, even when the dollar is the reference currency.