by Karon Warren
Overlooking either the Caribbean Sea or the Nichupte lagoon, Mia Cancun offers families a more intimate vacation than traditional hotels. With just 27 rooms built to resemble a Mexican hacienda, this property provides a home away from home for guests. Families need to skip the studio and standard rooms, and look for a one-bedroom, a two-bedroom family or penthouse room, all of which accommodate up to four guests (six in the family room). In addition, these guestrooms come with an in-room safe, TV, hairdryer and kitchenette. You’ll also find a swimming pool and, of course, the beach right outside the hotel. For offsite entertainment, head to the nearby shopping malls, golf courses and restaurants.
Our Editor Loves
- Beachfront property
- Swimming pool
- Onsite restaurant
- Water Sports
- Family Room 5+
- Onsite Dining
by Pierre L
This place was nice, location was great. Room were a bit lacking some TLC and no internet in your room. If you are on the last floor that quite a bit of stairs as there in no elevator. Restaurant was fine but could to better.
we booked here for our last night in Mexico. we drove all around the peninsula and wanted to have a big of a blow out for our last night. we booked this hotel because it was on the beach and on the party strip. there wasn't much of a party on the go on the beach, but we did spend the day in the mall, dropped off our rental car (America car rental was great BTW - free drop off at a different location even)
the food was ok here, the hotel itself was mid sized, and has a nice pool. the wind was up for days so the beach was closed and it didn't make much difference as there weren't many people around anyway. I'd recommend staying in town and bussing down to the beach or taking a taxi. that way you get a cheaper place and all the party you want!
go to Tulum if you want to stay on the beach, or somewhere outside Cancun.