Recently I had a chance to stay at Live Aqua Cancun when I attended the 2016 Gnational Gnomad Summit. Live Aqua Cancun is a sprawling adults only all inclusive ocean front hotel.
The room I stayed in had two double beds, a shower, a large bathtub, a table and chairs, and a lounge chair. The room also had a nice size patio with two chairs, a table, and a killer view of the hotel’s pools and the beach. I loved this room.
What you cannot see is the aroma therapy I got to enjoy all week. The room comes with an aroma therapy menu where you can pick out what scent your room will be filled with. I loved getting to smell eucalyptus every time I walked in the room.
Have I mentioned yet that I really enjoyed my room. I had room service every morning in my room or out on the patio. All the room service I ordered for breakfast was delicious. I had the eggs benedict and the huevos rancheros.
Had I wanted to venture out for breakfast I probably would have gone to the buffet. The breakfast buffet is spectacular. I stayed in so I could work each morning while I ate. Plus, look at the sunrise I enjoyed while I had breakfast on the balcony one of the mornings with KidsAreaTrip!
The hotel has free wifi throughout the hotel. It isn’t the best wifi, but it’s certainly better than nothing
My favorite bar was the one with swings in between the beach and the pools. They make a killer mudslide at this bar. Erin from Explore with Erin can vouch for this as well.
MB is one of the fancier restaurants found at Live Aqua Cancun. They serve Latin cuisine with an emphasis on local Mexican ingredients and flavors.
If you are still debating whether or not to visit Cancun check out all the fun things to do in Cancun!
Check current room rates and availability at Live Aqua Cancun (affiliate link)
More About the Quintana Roo Area
- Pac Chen Mayan Adventure
- Coba Mayan Ruins
- Tulum Ruins
- Ventura Park an Amusement and Water Park
- Sea Trek at Aquarium Cancun
Helpful Guide Books and blog posts:
- Quintana Roo: The Ultimate Family Adventure
- Moon Yucatan Peninsula Travel Guide
- Lonely Planet Cancun, Cozumel, & the Yucatan Travel Guide
- Things to do in Cancun
Other places to stay in Quintana Roo:
Should You Get Travel Insurance?
Don’t forget travel insurance! I’m a fan of Travelex insurance, because of the variety of options. Protect yourself from possible injury & theft abroad. I have gotten extremely sick twice now out of the country and Noah has had seizures in other countries, so I always recommend getting some sort of coverage. Read more about why you should always carry travel insurance here.
If you are looking for a car rental I recommend getting the car at the Cancun Airport. It will make things easier. This entire area is easy to drive around in. Get a Cancun car rental for $11 a day!