From its beachfront location, the Marriott CasaMagna Cancun Resort offers comfortable, smoke-free accommodation that’s conveniently positioned for beach bums and explorers alike.
Each room features a floor-to-ceiling window and private balcony. Other amenities include marble bathroom, work desk, oversized armchair, minibar, and pillow top mattress.
Guests can take advantage of a fitness center, full service spa, swimming pool and rooftop terrace. Jet-skiing, tennis, volleyball and other activities can be arranged at the front desk.
Guests can choose from six on-site restaurants, ranging from Argentinian steak and seafood to Japanese and Thai dishes. The resort also features a lobby bar, coffee shop, poolside grill and sports bar.
Located in Cancun’s hotel zone, the Marriott CasaMagna Cancun Resort offers easy passage to all of the resort city’s amenities. Tours are available to the Mayan ruins at Tulum and Chichen Itza, whilst other local attractions are readily accessible. This accommodation is also known as Cancun CasaMagna, Cancun Marriott Resort, CasaMagna Marriott, and CasaMagna Marriott Resort.
WiFi in lobby
Boulevard Kukulcan, Retorno Chac L-41, Zona Hotelera, 77500, Cancun, Mexico
Beachfront location makes for a great destination.
With sandy white beaches on its doorstep, the Marriott CasaMagna Cancun Resort serves as a scenic destination. It's also conveniently positioned. Guests praise the hotel's proximity to the region's attractions as well as its public transport links.
Hotel building is clean despite age.
Despite being a fairly old hotel, guests are quick to praise the cleanliness of the Marriott CasaMagna Cancun Resort. From linens and furnishings to walls and floors, you can expect a high standard of cleanliness during your stay.
Assortment of restaurants serves great food.
With a host of restaurants to choose from, you'll have plenty of choice when it comes to cuisine. What's more, previous visitors have applauded the quality of food served throughout the resort.
Hotel pool leaves a lot to be desired.
The size and quality of the resort swimming pool has resulted in minor grievances with some visitors. The pool is reported to be small and not all that clean. Many guests shake off such criticisms in favor of the beautiful and warm sea waters.
Restaurant prices can prove expensive.
While many visitors enjoy the variety of cuisine available, the price of the Marriott CasaMagna Cancun Resort's in-house restaurants is reported to be on the expensive side. Thanks to its location within the hotel zone, guests will find plenty of alternatives outside the resort.
Troublesome internet poses plenty of problems.
The high daily cost of in-room internet has been criticized by past guests whilst those attempting to access free Wi-Fi in the lobby have reported it being grindingly slow.