Club Regina™Cancun is a beach resort located in Mexico's premier vacation destination, nestled between the Caribbean Sea and the Nichupte Lagoon. The location brings ancient and contemporary Cancun to your vacation experience. This destination offers seaside views of naturally turquoise waters; perfect for waterskiing, diving and snorkeling.
The resort amenities include an on-site restaurant and bar, and a sparkling swimming pool. Cancun is nestled on the southeast coast of Mexico where the Great Mesoamerican Reef creates the best water sports venue in North America. Tour Mayan temples nearby and later, enjoy Cancun's international nightlife. The night lights up with some of the best clubs in Mexico, playing every music genre from salsa to R&B. Open the door to an unforgettable escape.
There is a daily resort fee for guest rental reservations at this resort. WiFi (up to 3 devices) and housekeeping are included in this fee. The fee is $11 USD for a Hotel unit; $14 USD for a Club Suite (1-bedroom); and $17 USD for a Grand Suite (2-bedroom).
As of April 1, 2021 a new state-issued tourist tax will be charged to international visitors over the age of 15 for each visit to Cancun in the amount of 224 pesos. The fee can be paid online on the VISITAXwebsite, or in person (with cash options) at terminals set up in the airport.
Club Regina Cancun offers hotel, club suite, and grand suite rooms, which can sleep up to six guests. These rooms include inlaid marble and granite countertops and sweeping views of both the nearby lagoon and the Caribbean Sea. They are designed to be as much a part of your tropical vacation as the azure waters that surround them.Please note that use of the fitness center, spa, and parking costs extra.
2 swimming pools
In-room jetted tub
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Cancun is both a thriving nightlife hub and a gateway to the mystical world of the Maya. Visitors interested in a full cultural experience can venture out to the famous Chichen Itza, home of the mighty Pyramid Kukulcan, or the lesser known Mayapan, which is considered to be the last great Maya capital. When you've conquered these two ruins, there are a dozen more to choose from; the Mayan adventure never ends!
There's a good reason why college students from all across the United States flock south every Spring Break to fill Cancun's hotels and beaches. When you go out in Cancun, you should expect to stay up well past your normal bedtime; this is why the Mexican tradition of siesta comes in handy the following afternoon. For the more sophisticated night owls, O Ultra Club offers elegance mixed with verve, and for the wilder crowd, Basic Nightclub and Señor Frogs are full-blown parties on nearly every weekend night.
To book activities, you may contact the activities desk at +52-998-287-3400 ext. 8301 or via email to Agencia Cancun.
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Inizio, Club Regina Cancun's in-house restaurant, serves delicious Mexican and international dishes that accommodates all diners. After dinner, sip on a cocktail at Magic Breeze Coffee & Bar, located in the lobby area. The Pool Bar is another great dining option. Snack on some sea bass pescadillas or Sonora nachos while you relax in our sparkling pool. We also offer Room Service from 7:00 a.m. to 10:30 p.m.
Magic Breeze Coffee & Bar
Breakfast: 7:00 am - 12:00 pm
Open: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Open: 7:00 am - 11:00 pm
Dinner: 6:30 pm - 10:30 pm
Long before it became a world-famous balneario, Cancun was a Mayan village. The name the Mayans gave the island means "Enchanted Snake". After the native population gradually departed, Cancun was essentially untouched for over four hundred years. Then, in 1970, the Mexican government took a risky gamble on the area and financed the construction of nine major hotels there. The rest is history, and today, after surviving the wrath of Hurricane Gilbert back in 1988, Cancun is an extremely popular tourist destination known for its beautiful beaches, vibrant night clubs, and safe tourist environment.
The Yucatan Peninsula holds the last remnants of the once-mighty Mayan civilization within its leafy tropical grasp. The famous Chichen Itza has eighteen ancient structures, the tallest of which is Pyramid Kulkulcan. During the spring and fall equinoxes, the setting sun creates shadows down the steps of the pyramid that resemble a slithering snake. Other fascinating and storied ruins in the area include Muyil, Tulum, and Uxmal.
Club Regina Cancún is located ten minutes from the Cancun International Airport in Quintana Roo. At the airport, you will find private taxis that can take you to the resort.
Directions from Cancun International Airport to Club Regina Cancún:
1. Head north (2.7 km) 2. Take the ramp onto Carr Federal 307/Mexico 307 (11.6 km) 3. Continue onto Tulum (2.8 km) 4. Turn right onto Kukulkan, and your destination will be on the right (8.0 km)
Parking at the resort
The resort has cost of $11.00 USD per car, per day. (NO trailer/RV or oversized vehicles)
The floor plans displayed are a sample of the unit types and are not to scale. We cannot guarantee specific unit occupancy and we are unable to inform you which specific unit you will occupy until you arrive and check into your room.
Hotel units have 1 king bed or 1 double pullout, 1 bath, kitchenette or jetted tub. 1 bedroom units have 1.5 baths, 1 king bed, 1 pull out sofa and a kitchenette. 2 bedroom units have 2.5 baths, 2 king beds, 1 pull out sofa and a kitchenette.