Casa Turquesa Boutique Hotel - Cancun

Cancun, Mexico

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Casa Turquesa
Boulevard Kukulcan Km. 13.5 Zona Hotelera
77500 Cancun Q. Roo
Mexico

Transfers from the airport can be arranged by the hotel.   There is free parking on site, and limo transportation into town is avalabile.

Nearby places to visit include:

Xcaret: Known as ''nature's sacred paradise'', Xcaret is one of the world's most famous eco-archaeological parks. Here, you will find archaeological ruins, a dolphin show, horses, and a farm with tropical birds, butterflies, bat caves, and a stunning beach. Snorkel in the caves and underground river. This ecological park was once one of the most important Mayan ports.

Chichen Itza: Chichen Itza is the capital of ancient Maya empire, its majestic building dates back to 435 and 455, and it is geographically located in the middle of spectacular natural environs in the Yucatan Peninsula. At this site declared as one of the 7 World Wonders, you can visit magnificent temples such as the Kukulcan Pyramid and the Ball Game Court. The Castle or Pyramid of Kukulcan is the most impressive temple in Chichen Itza renowned for the number of tombs found there and its endless 91 steps, as well as the impeccable architecture that stands out by a stone feathered serpent. If you happen to visit Chichen Itza on March 21st or September 21st you can admire a unique spectacle: The Equinox.

Tulum & Xel-Ha: Discover one of the most beautiful archaeological sites of the Riviera Maya, the only one overlooking the Caribbean Sea and its turquoise waters as a walled fortress. It is believed that Tulum was once one of the main ports of the Maya civilization. Let yourself be taken into the temple of the frescoes, the one of the descending God and "El Castillo" an amazing temple built on a cliff with splendid views of the coast.

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