December 9, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.

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Azul Beach Hotel in Cancun, Mexico

Situated on the beautiful Riviera Maya beachfront, just 20 minutes south of Cancun International Airport, the newly renovated Azul Beach welcomes you with style. Featuring a signature Gourmet Inclusive concept, your stay is carefree and comfortable in every way. The 148 contemporary guest rooms and suites feature Caribbean décor and high-end amenities, including satellite televisions, daily stocked mini bars, iPod docks, wireless Internet access, and private balconies with views over the tropical gardens or Caribbean Sea. Reserve a swim-up suite to enjoy direct access to the pool, spread out in a multi-bedroom floor plan if you are seeking extra space, or opt for the romance of an in-room whirlpool for two. Families can take advantage of available cribs, strollers, changing tables, beach toys, and more. There is even a Kids Club for children 4 to 12, offering daily activities like face painting, sandcastle building, movie nights, and pińata parties. Keep up with your workout routine at the full fitness center, or participate in one of the resort's programmed activities, like yoga, aqua aerobics, and dance lessons.

Azul Beach boasts an impressive seven swimming pools, with two swim-up bars, and dedicated beach & pool butler service to tend to your every request. Reserve a beach bed to relax on a four-poster oasis in the sand, complete with retractable drapes and plush oversize pillows. Make a splash with hobie cat sailing or kayaking, and discover the colorful sea life with the hotel's complimentary snorkeling equipment. Vassa Spa provides an array of treatments designed to ease you into complete relaxation, including hydrotherapy, facials, massages, and body wraps - all incorporating natural elements and ingredients like chocolate, honey, and aromatic essential oils. The resort is home to an array of delicious and lively restaurants, and with all-inclusive dining, you can feel free to try a little bit of everything, any time of day. The open-air oceanfront Chil serves up burgers, salads, and tacos in a breezy beach environment, Roma features a menu of Northern Italian specialties in a friendly atmosphere, and Tainan is an exotic venue offering spectacular Asian-inspired cuisine. Then sample over 30 varieties of tequila at Agavero Tequila Lounge, which also hosts table games and mood music. Find the best of Mexico and the Riviera Maya, at Azul Beach.

Location of Azul Beach Hotel

Azul Beach Hotel
Carretera Cancun - Puerto Morelos
Cancun, Mexico

Nearest Airport: CUN

Amenities for Azul Beach Hotel

  • General Information
  • 148 Rooms and Suites
  • Connecting/Adjoining Rooms
  • Non-Smoking Rooms
  • Dining
  • Private Dining
  • 24-Hour Room Service
  • 3 Bars
  • Wine Cellar
  • Swim-Up Bar
  • Room Service
  • 5 Restaurants
  • Snack Bar
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Beauty Salon
  • Concierge
  • Shuttle Service
  • Spa on Property
  • Laundry Service
  • Beach Butler
  • Gift Shop
  • Fitness Center
  • Currency Exchange Service
  • Live Entertainment
  • Gazebo
  • Boutique
  • Limousine Service
  • Lazy River
  • Car Rental
  • Theater
  • 7 Pools
  • In-Room Spa Services
  • Outdoor Spa Treatments
  • ATM
  • Wedding Planning Services
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Private Patios or Balconies
  • Air Conditioning
  • Direct Dial Telephones
  • DVD Players
  • Hair Dryers
  • In-Room Safes
  • Mini Bar
  • Satellite Television
  • iPod Docks
  • Coffee & Tea Facilities
  • WiFi
  • Activities
  • Deep Sea Fishing
  • Kayaking
  • Scuba Diving
  • Snorkeling
  • Yoga
  • Boogie Boarding
  • Dance Lessons
  • Aqua Fitness
  • Business
  • Meeting Rooms
  • Business Services
  • Catering Services
  • Family
  • Children's Programs
  • Cribs
  • Babysitting
  • Kids Pool
  • Kids Club
  • Playground
  • Children's Menus
  • Strollers
  • Baby Amenities
  • Interests
  • All Inclusive
  • Beach
  • Family
  • Kids' Club

Reviews for Azul Beach Hotel

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 22 hours ago

Amazing through out. This was a Our first time staying at Azul beach, but third time staying at a Karisma hotel. The hotel is small and beautiful, but has everything you need. Such a relaxing place to stay. Doesnt seem like they book to full capacity. Plenty of friendly staff to attend to your needs. It's only 20mins from Cancun aswell. No waiting or making reservations at the restaurants. Top qaulity food in all of them. The waiters are so friendly, especially Antonio at Blu, brillaint guy, always remembered us, service with a smile. Also Eduardo at Latina, and Blu, they guy worked 17 hour days, as I assume most staff do, but always had a smile, rembered how we like out steak. Beach service is second to none. Marko is constantly walking up and down the beach to take orders, bring drinks and food. We had a sea view room with Pool and sea view from our balcony. Villa 1. Kingsize bed. Very clean, and serviced everyday. Everything about this hotel is 5*. I would recommend this hotel to anyone. We will return for another stay.

Antony W

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 day ago

The wedding planners onsite at this resort are absolutely incredible. Not only were they on top of everything the entire trip, Gabby, Gaby, and Virginia are so experienced that they were able to predict and recommend things ahead of time. They made the wedding perfect. And as for the resort, it was beautiful, and our friends and family couldn't get over how good the food was. Would absolutely recommend the resort if you're trying to stay south of Cancun (which is the way to go...cheaper, less crowded, still able to reach cancun easily, closer to the cenotes and other fun things to do)

stevenplum9 - Denver, Colorado

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 days ago

This was our 5th time to this resort and it never disappoints. It is perfect for families looking for a quiet small resort. The best part of this resort are the people that work here. The staff are welcoming, friendly and hospitable. We ate at Blu the majority of the time because it was convenient with a small child. The staff here are the best, especially Noel! We will be back and look forward to seeing the same friendly faces.

CT5454 - London, Canada

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 days ago

On the Monday of my trip, I went on a boat cruise to Isla Mujeres. Actually, I find myself revisiting all that I did over the course of my trip, each day unique in its succession of sights, tastes and camaraderie experienced. On the Mayan Riviera, it’s hard not to enjoy yourself but thanks to Azul Beach, I find myself nostalgic and impatient to return. I’ve already scrolled through all of the pictures taken; how else could I relive the experience but to tell it through a review? Azul Beach was maybe a half hour car ride from the airport, which, for the eager traveler, was a pleasant detail. Upon our arrival, Alexis and Christian welcomed us (with sparkling wine and a yogurt smoothie for the youngster), extending their warmest regards and kindly taking us through the selection of scents in which our rooms would be immersed, and the kinds of pillows we would rest our euphoric heads on. Skipping breakfast to make a 7 a.m. flight, our group sought out food while our rooms were being prepared and thus we were introduced to Alain, whose charming conversation and personality accompanied us to Chil, a hip on-site restaurant serving up delicious ceviches and bar food. We were seated with a view of the beautiful beach with Juan Carlos and crew keeping our group well lubricated and full. Azul Beach being more intimate and cozy than the average resort, the main bar was but a short walk away complete with swing beds for the more adventurous and traditional chairs for the more civilized. Along the perimeter of the bar sit the three other restaurants from which you’d get your daily sustenance: Blue with its breakfast buffet and around-the-clock dining led by the great Fidel and his wonderful staff of Ruben, Cesar (both of them), Vicente and Reybel, Tainan with its sushi and Pan-Asian offerings, Roma and its Italian delights, and Latino with its survey of South American cuisine. We experienced outstanding food and service at all restaurants, typified by Morimoto, Pau, Antonio and Chef Mariano, who indulged our appetites by serving us beef tartare (with a day’s notice) at Roma. Thanks guys! When our group wasn’t gorging ourselves on food and drink, we were participating in the events hosted by Joaquin whose energy and enthusiasm was infectious, whether it was the salsa lesson, aqua aerobics, Zumba on the beach or volleyball and soccer. Our group would then seek respite in the comforts of our cabana which was attended to by the likes of Perla, Mateo, and Armando, among others whose names I’ve forgotten but were nonetheless great. Still, two curiosities arose during our stay: the women’s washroom (closer to Chil) constantly had its stalls locked except for one. We notified someone on our last day and unfortunately didn’t see if the issue was resolved. The other was that natural ingredients for drinks, such as coconut cream for Pina Coladas, wasn’t used. Instead, a premixed cocktail was utilized. We notified Fidel of our desire to have coconut cream instead of the premix and he was quick to make our favourite drinks. At a five-star resort, which Azul is, more natural ingredients should be the standard. We stayed in a Royale suite that housed a Jacuzzi in the middle of the living room. We never made use of it but our friends’ child did and he had no issues operating or enjoying it. Mirroring the size of our suite, the closet contained more than enough space and hangers for all of our clothes. House cleaning was great and maybe done several times a day since a towel I used would sometimes be replaced with a new one within a few hours. When our whim took us to the waters, we encountered no rocks that stubbed our feet and we went in without concern. I could go on but I worry it would render my review unreadable. The experience was marvelous and we can’t wait to go back.

Natalia A

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 days ago

Firstly I really struggled to not give this hotel 5* simply because to the average traveler this would be a 5 star experience, however there where a few bits which fell short for us hence only 4. Hotel: Wow, a gorgeous hotel, small resort right on the beach which was cleaned daily by the most hard working staff. The place was immaculate! everything was constantly being cleaned and the grounds maintained- Felt luxury! The beach Cabana's are nice, but was a huge faff prebooking and there was no way enough beach umbrellas for those with children to stay on the beach without a cabana- You have to be VERY quick to get one. Room: We stayed in their "deluxe double" room which was their most basic, in Villa 1 near the children's pool which suited us just fine! Still a large enough room for me, my husband and our 18 month old son. Bathroom was nice but no bath just a walk in shower which my son hated. The bed was really comfy and large! TV had a good choice of cable channels for us too. Minibar was restocked daily and it was nice to have a proper coffee machine and not just awful instant, I would suggest to provide some milk not just powdered creamer in the rooms. (We ordered cartons of milk daily for our son so we didnt struggle). The Maid always did a fab job and turndown service was a nice touch. Food and Drinks: The food and drinks are absolutely amazing, I dont think we had a bad meal once! It really does live up to its name of being "gourmet" as some of the meals are really amazing! The Sushi river was a fab experience however Roma and Latino where hard to beat! The house wine was lovely and the cocktails are fab! Only criticisms are that: sometimes you ask for a certain spirit at the Aquanox bar but im not sure that we got the riight one... that may have been a language barrier though. Secondly the pool side drinks service around the childrens pool is a bit hit and miss, you can wait quite a while to see a waiter or for him to return with your drinks. Finally; It would be amazing if there was another bar area for families to go to other than aquanox as even when our 18month old son was asleep in the buggy we arent allowed in the tequila lounge which meant we had to sit outdoors in aquanox in whatever weather during the evening to relax, there also isnt enough seating for the amount of guests too for an evening. Service: Wow. WOW! Your waiting staff are beyond amazing, they went above and beyond every meal to make sure we felt like celebrities and really looked after our little boy Henry. The guys would bring you a refill on your drink without us even asking, remembered our favorite drinks, suggested their recommendations for the food based upon local tastes, never grumbled when our toddler got a bit naughty and chucked his food on the floor. They are truly an asset to your hotel. Specific shout outs go to Melissa on front desk in Blue, Vincente, Antonio, Victor-Hugo and many more! We are british so tipping culture is a bit different and we never felt pressured to tip or got a different service on the times we did or didnt tip. Children's facilities: This is a bit mixed for me. As I said, our little boy Henry is 18 months old and probably at that age group which the hotel didn't really cater for. The Kids club, whilst excellent (the staff are again amazing here and really work hard), wasn't really catered again for the younger children. You have to stay with them under 4 years which is fine and the activities are designed for older kids. The kids pool was again not designed for younger kids, it was shallow but had a big drop or stairs in which was quite dangerous for babies. There is a wood planking around the pool in a dark brown which got blistering hot during the day and it only got to about 29 degrees C so I cant imagine what it was like in the peak season! They provide a proper Cot which is good, a changing table come baby bath (which wasn't usable as it didnt have a plug), a monitor, a sterilizer, and bottle warmer. The worst part for me which REALLY put a downer on our holiday was there was nowhere onsite to buy Nappies (diapers) or wetwipes! As a hotel which claims to be childfriendly this is not child friendly AT ALL. The concierge ordered some for us from the local pharmacy which for 1 packet of 30 nappies and 1 packet of wet wipes came to 30 US Dollars! Three times the price you pay in the UK including a delivery charge. I thought this was really disappointing. UPSELLING: We received several (probably about 4) letters in our door saying they had an anniversary offer of a free massage or candle light dinner etc which we are entitled to, however on enquiry this was to attend their Premium club sales meeting. I heard other couples say they where told it was 90 mins and ended up being 2.5 hours long, for a 30 min massage?? No thanks! On several occasions (including when we ordered the nappies) we where collared about going to this, even offered us 50 US$ in credit to attend as well as a additional sweetener to go... You're regularly pitched the wines off the wine list and I did purchase 1 bottle after trying at the wine tasting, whilst lovely even the discounted rate of 65US$ was quite steep. Overall; I loved our stay at Karisma resorts and would definitely visit one of their other hotels. Their staff clearly loved their jobs and everyone went above and beyond for you. With a few tweaks to the children's facilities this would be a 10/10 for us.

charlotte s

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