Celebrated Living votes the JW Marriot Cancun as the best holiday resort
Number one on Celebrated Living magazine's Platinum List, the JW Marriot Cancun Resort and Spa was voted by more than 600,000 readers as the best spot to relax on Cancun holidays, especially for families travelling with discerning teenagers. The venue offers guests five-star service, accommodation and amenities, including special teens-only attractions.
With its beautiful beaches, warm climate and excellent venues, Cancun has always been one of top getaways in the world. However, the American Airlines magazine, Celebrated Living, which is published every three months, has focused its attention on one hotel in particular: the JW Marriott Cancun Resort and Spa. The chic hotel recently appeared as the number one resort for spending relaxing Cancun holidays on the magazine’s coveted ‘Platinum List’.
This impressive outcome for the resort was published in Celebrated Living’s most recent issue on May 2013. The magazine’s main goal is to provide travellers with ultimate guide to the good life. In order to offer readers quality information about top-notch resorts, spas, wine, fashion, jewellery and dining, Celebrated Living includes trends and tips for living well from A-list celebrities.
The famous ‘Platinum List’ is the result of the magazine’s annual Platinum Survey, which allows over 660,000 readers in First and Business Class cabins throughout the airline’s travel system to vote for their favourite. The result is a true honour for the JW Marriot Resort, as it was considered not only the best resort in Cancun, but also rose above many other destinations in Latin America, including: Buenos Aires, Costa Rica, Rio de Janeiro, Mexico City, Los Cabos, Chile, Puerto Rico and Peru.
Located in Cancun’s popular Hotel Zone, the JW Marriot Cancun Resort and Spa welcomes visitors with only the finest service, amenities and accommodations. Guests will find just what they need for relaxing and laying back on luxury holidays in Cancun at the chic venue: breath-taking views of the sparkling crystal-clear waters of the Caribbean Sea, delicious food served by skilled culinary professionals and excellent spa treatments.
Visitors looking for even more special attention, may indulge in Club 91 which offers personal service and amenities; meanwhile, 20,000 square feet of flexible meeting space and a business centre is also available for travellers who are staying for business. Guests will have no complaints about the hotel’s services, which were honoured as a Five Diamond Hotel by the AAA.
The remarkable venue is now boasting brand new features to attract more guests this year, as it was also listed among Celebrated Living’s Top 20 Family Resorts worldwide alongside the popular Disney destinations and the Bahamas’ Atlantis. New four-poster daybeds have been added to the shores of the resort’s private beachfront for the comfort of adults as well as outdoor cabanas for incredible on-the-beach relaxation.
Furthermore, in order to satisfy every family member, the resort has just added an exciting feature that will guarantee fun holidays in Cancun for teenagers: a teens-only beachfront lounge. Including ping-pong, video games and beverage service, the indoor space will provide a fun and safe environment for teens to enjoy.
Although the JW Marriot encourages family-oriented activities it also offers first-class spa services for grown-ups that need to be pampered and spend some one-on-one time. The Mayan-inspired Spa, which comprises state-of the-art equipment, an indoor heated lap pool, 17 treatment rooms, Jacuzzi, spa salon, aerobics room and juice bar, offers a wide variety of soothing treatments, massages and services destined to connect mind, body and spirit.
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