Sun, white sand, and fine food. Nizuc Resort and Spa opened in March 2013 and is a newcomer among luxury destinations. It may not be well known in Quebec just yet, but a surge in popularity in the near future is no doubt guaranteed.
Once a retreat for Mexican business leaders and government dignitaries, it is now a hotel complex with 274 suites and an adults-only section. Most of the suites have an ocean view, and some villas host a private pool in the garden. And let’s not forget the 30,000 sq. ft. spa! All less than 15 minutes from the Cancun airport.
You are greeted upon arrival by open-air structures and a Mayan-inspired decor, promising a calm, and mythical atmosphere. Personnel are warm, and very serviceoriented. In fact, more than 800 employees work to make your stay memorable, and send you home with a firm intention of returning.
A member of the Preferred Hotels & Resorts Group, the 29-acre resort has six restaurants, each with its own chef, where you can sample Italian, Peruvian, Mediterranean, Asian, and Mexican cuisine. Rumour has it that chefs Normand Laprise (Toqué! Montreal), and Bladimir Garcia (Ramona, Cancun) have cooked up something here, together.Expect gastronomic delights from a meeting of great minds!
Celebrating something special? Let the concierge be your accomplice in creating the magic you seek. From a private reception in your suite to the staging of a romantic dinner by the sea, you can count on his or her total dedication.
Wherever you choose to bask in the sun – on one of the two private beaches, or by one of the infinity pools – staff is on hand to settle you in comfortably, steadily serving up fresh towels and refreshments. This is pampering at its finest.
Feel like venturing off the resort? Golf, tennis, yoga, Pilates, kayaks, and paddleboards are just some of the many options available. The resort also offers some fascinating excursions.
Remarkably, at Nizuc Resort and Spa, you can enjoy magnificent peace and quiet, even at the height of peak season. This truly is the ultimate in R&R.
with the cooperation of Ronit Elkouby