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"We had the best holiday ever. Travelled with daughters and they had a blast too. The hotel, rooms and staff were great. The food and beach was amazing . . . I would recommend this holiday to all." – FamilyVacation1
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February 16, 2013
Great for a Cheap get-a-way
My trip was planned for a 5 day weekend get-a-way with two girl friends. We kept our eye's open on CheapCaribbean for the best deals. We were looking for inexpensive all inclusive, swim up bar, pool, night club (disco), and beach. No specific destination. Oasis Palm was what we chose bc it had what we wanted and we got a really good deal (~$615/person 5 days/4nights). I'm not going to lie, I was a little nervous when I read the reviews but I know that some people you can't please no matter what. We all had the mindset that this was going to be an average place and thats exactly what it was and it turned out to be a perfect Vacation for us!
Checking is was pretty easy. They gave you a map of the resort. We weren't offered but after seeing the shared resort, I would suggest upgrading (I don't think its very much to upgrade). The house keepers really didn't impress me and I actually know they used my personal wash cloth (that i brought from home) to clean the sink area (weird and gross). I thought the food was average too. We never made any reservations for dinner but chose the different buffets each evening. They all serve the exact same thing. Its not "oh this is awesome" but we got our fill and the servers were very kind. The beach grill was an easy choice for the afternoon (serving fries, burgers, chicken nuggets, ect) but I liked the little taco stand better :) We ate at the sushi bar one day. I loved it but it could of been the tequila talking bc my friends were less impressed.
The pool was freezing and mostly in the shade so we spent most of our time on the beach. It is a small beach so you do have to get there early to get a lounge chair. the ocean is very shallow in the roped off area that was safe to swim in but it was all we needed. they had a volleyball net set up in the water which was fun.
I do have to mention that the concierge desk lady was more than helpful with us when we failed to contact the olympus rep to verify pick up times for our am flight. I would suggest to do a private transportation if you can (not a van or bus) bc we were picked up over 3 hrs before our flight bc the resort is one of the first pick up stops. I think its maybe a 20 minute drive normally.
Night life on the resortwas good enough for us. We didn't want to leave the resort to go downtown to the clubs and we were all satisfied with the music at the disco. Different live bands played throughout the resort in the evenings.
Overall if you are wanting a cheap and average vacation this would be a decent spot to visit.
Overall, the stay was a good value for the money as it was a good price for an all-inclusive, however, to someone "fussy" they would probably not be satisfied. For instance, the room did not have an iron..we had to ask for it. There was no coffee in the room to go with the coffee maker. We had to pay $3.00 for a small packet of coffee that made a pot. It took several phone calls and a note left (note, tip and our own pen (no hotel pen was there) were taken...pen not returned when we asked). The phone didn't work to contact the front desk but the phone did work because we got a call eventually about our request for coffee...at 10:30 at night. There were no washcloths or hair conditioner in the rooms...take your own. There was a dispenser in the shower with shampoo and soap. There was not an exhaust fan and the shower had peeling paint. At times my husband thought he could smell a sewage smell. The room was adequately clean but the bedspreads were somewhat old, worn and looked like they needed a good washing. TVs were older and not flat screen. Too many people in and out of the room in the course of a day: one time to make bed; one time to bring the towels; one time to bring the allotted two bottles of water; another trip in to eventually bring in coffee packet.. The safe cost $4.50 a day to rent. The hotel had computers in the lobby but the cost was $20.00 an hour to rent. Wi-fi was $5.00 an hour...bring your own laptop. A local internet cafe charged $2.00 for 10 minutes. The time share & add-on trip (sight seeing/tours) sales people were prominently located in the lobby. Our Olympus staff assigned to us (Carolina) was very aggressive and expected us to be there at an assigned time our first day there...apparently to get first crack at us to sell us side trips. We were exhausted and went to our rooms to nap. We got a phone call from her to ask us why we didn't show up. The alleged excuse was "I am your eyes and ears.." however, we had paid for the van ride both ways and that's all we really wanted from her. We made the huge "mistake" of talking to one of the other Oasis Palm sales people that sold time share and side trips. There was nearly a cat fight over this and they had a confrontation in front of us in Spanish., which we didn't understand! However, the pros were that the dining staff were always pleasant and helpful as were the bar staff. The food was good overall, but selection of main entrees was minimal. For handicapped people, there were several steps to get from the main lobby down to the beach area and the elevator did not go to the bottom floor. The steps did not all have hand rails. My husband had recent surgery and I asked for a first floor room but instead I got a 7th floor room quite some way from the elevator. The bottom line was that if you want an inexpensive vacation, the beach was adequate, the food was good, the wait staff was excellent, the computer "service" was a rip -off. (They say "Oasis loves u" but I complained to the concierge that I felt "Oasis doesn't love you if they make the computer so expensive" ), For our purposes, it was a good value if you don't mind the above issues.
My wife and I enjoyed this trip. We went in January and it was about 80 degrees during the day. Overall one of the best cheapcaribbean trips we have taken (we have done about 5). We went for five days. We mostly stayed at the resort with only one excursion. We visited chichen itza (the Mayan ruins) and it was a nice excursion. We went for 3 jogs on three separate mornings which was nice. There are sidewalks on either side of the road but even better a concrete sidewalk away from the road with palm trees between the path and traffic. Cancun was clean and felt safe. Our typically day was to rise fairly early, go for a run and begin our day of lounging at the beach, eating, and drinks... All day long.
A couple things to be aware of. You cannot check in until 3pm or later. So be prepared to change into your bathing suit (in the bathroom) after you get there and while you wait for your room. We got our purple bracelet immediately after we got there that allowed us access to most restaurants and all bars. We hit the bar and beach right away while we waited for our room.
There were other colored braclets and I believe black was the best. We basically could eat at the buffet, there were 2. We had access to one sit down restaurant that was seafood fare. It was not impressive and we preferred the buffet. The cantina was a cool bar there. They made Mojitos and had an espresso/cappuccino/ coffee maker as well.
We plan on going back to cancun someday and we would definitely stay here again. Make sure you upgrade to an ocean view! Very nice views of the beach and ocean!
From:Harrisburg, PA Age:25-34 Travel:1-2 trips/year
August 21, 2012
Resort great, rooms not so much
After reading the reviews of the Oasis Palms I had low expectations, but the price was right! I honestly have never eaten so well at a resort. No, it's not five star French restaurant, but it was some of the healthiest, tastiest food I've had in years. Everything was fresh and delicious. The nicer of the two buffet restaurants was fantastic! The other, more casual one was perfect for breakfast and lunch. Again, food fresh and delicious. The fresh made omelets were a great day starter. Fruit was fresh and clean. Noone in our party got sick the entire trip (9 of us!).
The bars were friendly and fun. We especially enjoyed the friendly service from Carlos and Jorge at the beach bars. They gave us great info on where to go and which trips were good!
The swim up pool bar COULD have stayed open a little later. Veronica in the Cantina was a dream! Remembered what everyone drank and was Johnny on the spot!
The bad news about this resort is the room review. The HVAC system really needs an overhaul. The smell of mold and mildew in all rooms was nauseating. One room must have had a clogged filter and the floor was wet for the whole trip. Fortunately, we didn't spend much time in the rooms, so it was a minor inconvenience overall.
Honestly, the staff was GREAT and we encountered none of the problems that people complained about. Yes, you get one towel at the pool, in exchange for your towel card, but at any point, you can exchange a wet towel for a dry one. We had ample towels in the rooms and got two bottles of water in the room each day. Purified water was available at all restaurants and bars at all times.
We met many fun and happy tourists from all over the world and the only complaint that people consistently had was the smell in the rooms.
Don't go in expecting a five star hotel, but it was clean (except for the HVAC system), friendly and fun! Certainly worth what we paid, and more!
Bugs198 Top 250 Contributor From:Central Pennsylvania Age:45-54 Travel:1-2 trips/year
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If kids stay and eat free at an all inclusive resort how do we go about air-fare?6 answers
Is their a sat price for their airfare?
3 years, 48 months ago
The childrens airfare will be the same amount as your airfare.. Best to book with Cheapcaribbean.
When you create your reservation online you still have to include your children on the hotel portion of the booking. Although the hotel portion is free, they will be charged for airfare, so our site will pull seats for everyone on the land reservation. You'll see a breakdown of the charges before you move ahead to book the reservation
The airfare for the kids would be extra.
same price than adult
It gets averaged into your package from Cheap Caribbean.
They will have airfare and transfer fees.
What does the inclusive price include? Is this just for the airfare or the room too?
3 years, 45 months ago
Includes hotel room, food and beverages. Does not include air unless stated.
AIRFARE, ROOM, BREAKFAST,AND DAILY PASSES TO THE WATERPARK, AQUARIUM AND BEACH
The price includes everything; but at this resort everything is not much; food is inedible, liquor poor, and service non existant. See my comments, if they print them.
If you are booking a package that will include airfare, hotel price (any All-Inclusive features they offer, if any) and taxes. The price may not include arrival or departure taxes however. To receive more information for what is included in a package pricing, please contact 1.800.915.2322.
Airfair including all taxes and fees, transportation to and from airport, room, unlimited food, unlimited drinks (including alcohol), tips, and use of pool and beach facilities. Not included were excursions to area sites such as Mayan ruins, caves, water parks, snorkeling at coral reefs, etc., nor transportation to shopping. However, the bus stops right outside the resort, comes by every two to five minutes, and only costs 80 cents per person to ride. Also, a safe to lock up valuables costs extra as does the internet. They charge $20 daily for an internet connection.
My package, which I presume is the standard package, included airfare, transfers to and from hotel, room, all you can eat food, and alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. Alcohol is "standard" house brands, not top of the line, which you can pay for if you choose. It was a really great price deal for me!
It includes all your meals at any time. The airfair from Fort Lauderdale, florida. The room is also included. You do have to pay some room taxes in addition.
I would not purchase the Oasis Palm Beach all inclusive rate. Stay at The Oasis Cancun or The Grand Oasis instead. The all-inclusive rate includes all food and domestic beer and liquor at the resort. You can also travel to the Oasis Cancun and eat and drink until 6pm with the same band.
Airfair,Room,food and drinks all u can eat and drinks
Air fare, room, disco and hotel activities, food, snacks and drinks soft and national alcohol.
The all inclusive price includes airfare, room, meals, drinks, and entertainment within the hotel. The drinks include alcoholic beverages, but Corona seems to be the only beer offered.
All inclusive means, airfare, transport to and from the airport, the room, and all the food you can eat and drink you can drink. The drinks are middle class, no Patron, but not bad and worth it
It includes airfare, room, transportation to and from the airport, and all meals and drinks.
single supplement rate ?2 answers
3 years, 44 months ago
Resorts do charge a single supplement rate. That rate does vary as it is based on specific travel dates.
go to oasishotels.com
was the name of this hotel ever camino real2 answers
3 years, 37 months ago
Upon searching the internet, there was no information found that confirms the resort used to be Camino Real.
Bottled water?8 answers
Do any of the all-inclusive resorts provide bottled water?
2 years, 27 months ago
Most all inclusive properties do include bottled water for drinking. Please also know that Cancun does have a very sophisticated water filtration system so the water that is used for making ice, cooking and rinsing vegetables is very safe for consumption.
Yea they do, but the rooms are sub-par
they do, but you have to ask for it! they wouldn't offer it or pu them in your room if you don't ask for it!
Yes, they all do. Most have free mini bars too, but not the Oasis Palm. You only get 2 bottles a day.
Yes,they will bring it to your room, as many bottles as you need at any time of the day.
Me and my husband stayed at Oasis Palm recently and got 2 bottles of water in the room daily. That was it.
But if you go out the hotel and walk to the right, cross the brigde, and then cross the street, you will find a mini market, and a little farther down, a bigger store called OXXO where you can purchase water.
Yes, and they leave about 4 bottles in your room every day.
how far is the beach11 answers
is the beach on the resort
1 year, 24 months ago
The resort sits on a white, sandy beach on a shallow, calm stretch of Caribbean Sea.
Yes, and it's beautiful and comfortable.
The resort is on the beach,it takes about two minutes from the hotel room to the beach and one minute to the pool :-)
Yes, but it's lousy because it's at the end of the Bay.
yes, it is right on the resort.
The beach is on the property
It's right outside of the resort.
The beach is a few feet from the pool
the hotel's beach is only a few steps but it is not a very attractive piece of beach, but good if you have kids because there are no big waves.
The beach is right there at the resort. Although the ocean is not nice to swim. I just posted a review of the hotel where I say why.
this is a bay, no waves, very shallow, full of grass, leafs, algae, etc...
About 20 feet past the pool. This picture was taken from the water line towards the pool and bar area.
What is the cost per person to up grade to get to eat at all restaurants and what other things need to be upgraded.?6 answers
What is the cost to upgrade for all restaurants and what else will need to be upgraded when we arrive
1 year, 20 months ago
Please be advised that you would need to check directly with the resort upon arrival regarding this information.
Since we moved to as different Oasis hotel we payed $20 per person per day but every Oasis has a different price to upgrade
We paid $40 a person back in December 2012. We got to eat wherever we wanted, use another pool and lounge chairs on the beach and a nicer room in the renovated portion of the resort with a nicer lobby. If you don't have young kids, it is worth it but otherwise, some of the restaurants you get upgrades for, don't allow children.
$30 per person per day
Dont know about the cost. But please take into consideration that not all restaurants will open if the hotel managers feel there are not enough guests staying there.
So at Oasis Palm there are 2 buffets, but one closed half of the time we were there because of that reason ( not enough guests).
So if you upgrade to Grand Oasis Palm, you might end up in that situation where not all restaurants are open.
It is about $45USD per person per day to upgrade. You also have to pay more for higher premium alcohol (Crown Royal) and wines (Pinot Grigio) If you need access to a safe that is an additional upgrade charge.
Do I need birth certifate5 answers
1 year, 20 months ago
All U.S. citizens must have a valid passport when traveling to and from Mexico.
Not if you have a passport.
Nope. A passport will take care of everything.
You need a passport
No, but you do need a passport.
Age requirement3 answers
If you're 18-24 you have to be accompanied by a parent? Or you can just be with someone that is over 24? Two of our guests are 24, one is 25, and one is 27.
1 year, 17 months ago
The minimum age to check-in at any Oasis Resort is 18.
Student/Youth Travelers are defined by the resort as any guest under the age of 25 traveling without their legal parent/guardian. Please be advised that Spring Breakers and Student/Youth GROUPS between the ages of 18-24 are not accepted at this resort. This policy applies year round. If you do not adhere to the Student/Youth Policy, your reservation will be canceled and you will be notified accordingly. Resorts reserve the right to deny check-in.
Please call cheapcaribbean.com to book your reservation at 1-800-915-2322 as we would need more details to answer your question.
no, anyone over 18 is good
I am 38 and booked two rooms. I put my 18 year old's in their own room. If you're 18-24 now and the 25 & 27 year old you can book it, but I have a feeling you would like it better elsewhere. This resort has an abundance of infants to 12 year olds with parents. Not the fun party crowd you might be looking for.
Does there have to be a person over the age of 25 to book a room?3 answers
We were thinking about booking an all inclusive package for January. We have two individuals who are 21, and three who are 20. Since we are not over the age of 25 and our legal guardians are not coming, will we be able to book a vacation? We found the section on Youth Groups to be a little confusion and need some clarification.
1 year, 16 months ago
For specific questions regarding the resort's age requirement for check-in, we do suggest contacting the resort directly as they would be best to assist you. The email address found on the resort's website to contact them directly is email@example.com.
Don't think so.
what is the difference between oasis palm, oasis cancun, and Grand oasis palm?7 answers
Are they all in the same location? do any of them have a casino? which one has access to the beach parities?
1 year, 16 months ago
The Oasis Palm is 5 minutes from downtown Cancun, the Oasis Cancun is 25 minutes from downtown Cancun and the Grand Oasis Palm is 20 minutes from downtown Cancun. For more information about the Oasis Runaway Program please contact our Beach Experts at 1-800-915-2322.
There are two resorts on the same property- one is the Palm and one is the Grand. The Grand is an upgrade and worth the price for a nicer room and access to all of the restaurants. The Oasis Company does have a couple more resorts in Cancun and one in Tulum. The beach at the Oasis Cancun (other side of town) is bigger, although we have enjoyed both resorts. They have another adult only resort which I have not seen.
Oasis palm is the lowest end, not much to offer in way of fun. The grand is next door and has more amenities, better restaurants etc. I believe oasis cancun is the best one. Not much for beach parties, pretty family friendly. At oasis palm, there is a Captain Hook booze cruise for $90 pp. I
didn't do it but looked like a good time at night.
a lot the grand oasis is NICE the Palm is a family resort, not nearly as nice as the palm
The Grand Oasis and the Oasis Palm are next to each other. It's a one minute walk. The oasis Cancuan is located ( so Im told), on the Atlantic Ocean where as the other two are on the Caribbean.
Oasis Palm and Oasis Cancun are the basic and the Grand Oasis Palm and Grand Oasis Cancun are the upgrades. With the basic you do not get all the restaurants and bars. The Oasis Palm hotels are in the bay and the Oasis Cancun are on the ocean. Much more beautiful. We visited the Oasis Cancun for a day and enjoyed it much more. Food was better, the pool was better and it was much livelier. More young people there.
The PALM OASIS is 'low rent' - one star -hotel dirty / tacky / crowded.
The OASIS CANCUN and the GRAND OASIS palm are high rent / clean / 5 start hotels located at the opposite end of the PALM OASIS.
The PALM OASIS advertises the oasis cancun like it's their hotel & it is NOT!
Is there a night club at the hotel? If not onsite, how far away is the nearest one?7 answers
1 year, 15 months ago
Oasis Palm is located five minutes from the nightlife of downtown Cancun.
There's a small night club I guess the name is Kokol or so. You have to go to the clubbing area esp if you're looking for the best of the best. Go to Coco Bongo
Yes but it closes at midnight.
Yes there is a disco but we did not check it out. The public bus runs 24/7 and to the clubs takes about 10 minutes and will cost you about $.50 each way. Easy and cheap
Yes there is one at the hotel
There is a small nightclub on the Grand Oasis Palm side but it is only open from 7-12, if you want to party hard take a taxi or bus (safe and cheap) and go to the shopping area of the hotel district. It's only about 10 minutes away.
are there nightly shows?8 answers
1 year, 14 months ago
There is nightly entertainment as well as a nightclub. However please remember that hours and availability are subject to change. You can contact the resort for more information. Here is the link to their contact page: https://www.oasishotels.com/hotels/oasis-palm.php#prettyPhoto[iframes]/0/
Yes and they are entertaining.
yes, but not fancy and sporadic.
Yes but we did not find them to be very interesting and only lasted about 1/2 hour to an hour. One night they had a Michael Jackson dedication, they had a fire show scheduled one night but due to the wind it was canceled and not replaced. Not much to do after dark except sit in the bars.
yes. Don't miss the Mayan show. It is fantastic
Yes, while we were there they had a Caribbean dance show and a Michael Jackson impersonator show.
There are nightly shows. I can't vouch for the quality of them but they have kept me awake. :-)
I bought the vacation package through Cheapcaribbean. Do I still need to call the hotel to reserve the rooms?
1 year, 13 months ago
All reservations are sent directly to the resorts immediately upon finalization of your CheapCaribbean.com booking. We normally receive the resort's confirmation number within the week a reservation is booked should you with to call our office for that information.
NO, They book everything for you
We did not.
No you don't need to call anyone. Your hotel already has your info.
No, but even though we bought at the hotel Oasis Palm they said they overbooked and moved us to Grand Oasis Palm. The first floor is labeled PB and we believe that means purple band since the Grand is an upgrade and a black band. It was the first floor with not much of a view. We were not able to eat at the buffet or the speciality restaurants on that side with our purple bands.
No the on-line reservation will cover everything until you arrive.
No, Cheapcarribean takes care of it all.
Does the price include travel to and from airport?6 answers
9 months ago
Transportation from to and from the airport is not included, however, when booking with CheapCaribbean.com we would be more than happy to assist you with pre booking transfer service. Once you arrived all details and payment will already have been taken care of.
You have to buy it, when you buy your package,I recommend you private transportation
The price includes travel to and from the airport.
No, you have to buy the transfer package.
It's an add-on.
only if you purchase round trip transportation
I am wanting to buy a package for my parents anniversary, will they have issues when checking in since I will not be with them, and they do not have my credit card?
9 months ago
This should not be a problem, when making the reservation make sure you note that you are purchasing this as a gift, and that you will not actually be traveling.
No,if they have the reservation,they only need to show the passports,don't buy tours in the hotel,they are very expensive,I don't know how old they are but they will love xel-ha
You have to check with hotel. I think you can put cash down for deposit.
Will need a credit card!
I have stayed there twice and they have only asked for my passport and Cheapcaribbean hotel voucher.
If you purchase all inclusive and pay upfront, no need your cc.
does the all inclisive include alcohol ?6 answers
8 months ago
Yes! For further details, please call one of our Beach Experts at 1.800.915.2322.
yes, however if you want beer the only one they serve is Dos XX
All-Inclusive at Oasis Palm includes alcohol.
Yes, you can drink all the alcohol you want but only the house blend.
Yes, includes some alcohol. They have a listed of about 15 drinks that are included, and local beer is included. There's a charge for other, what they call, premium drinks. The free ones include Rum Punch, Pina Colada, Miami Vice, etc.
Alcohol is included, but it's low quality. If you tip they will put in more alcohol but I would rather have better alcohol.
do you have any 2 bedroom suites3 answers
we would like to have a room that would be mom and dad in one bedroom, the kids in another.
7 months ago
We have a Family Room which has two rooms - one for parents and one for kids. For further details, please call us at 1.800.915.2322.
That I am not sure.
The family room is 2 rooms with an adjoining door. One room is standard and the other is decorated for kids. Lots of room and 2 bathrooms. The only issue is that both rooms exit to the hall, so if you are worried about kids escaping in the night, that could be a concern.
Beautiful suites, we stayed in one.
age requirement2 answers
i am planning on going on a trip with my roommates. we are all ages 19-20 and i was wondering if we will be able to go. this place has a policy about "Spring Breakers and Student/Youth GROUPS between the ages of 18-24 can be denied". How many people can we have without being considered a "group".
also, being 19/20, will we be able to drink at this resort because i also read some places reserve the right to only serve alcohol to people 21+.
7 months ago
For questions about the Spring Breakers and Student/Youth groups policy please contact our beach experts at 1-800-915-2322. Thank you!
You can drink if you are 18 and over.
Are the safe and refrigerator (mini bar) installed in rooms and included in price?6 answers
Are the safe and refrigerator (mini bar) installed in rooms and included in price, or they may be requested at the check-in? If on request, what's the charge?
6 months ago
Fort Myers, Florida
This resort does offer in room safes at an additional charge. Refrigerators/mini bars are not included in the room amenities. However, you may be able to request one for an additional charge. For pricing please contact the resort directly.
There is a safe in the room, but you need to pay a daily fee, which wasn't much. And there is a mini bar...you will be charged at checkout. Water is free though
No two both, safe can be purchased but to expensive.
The safe is in the room and the charge was $7 per day. The refrigerator is in the room and can be stocked with soda, beer, candy, and there is a charge for that. Our fridge didn't have anything in it but a few sodas and we didn't drink them, so not sure of the charge. We stored water in it. The hotel did provide free bottled water.
There is a fee for the safe. The minibar has a fee for the Oasis Palm, but it may be included for the Grand Oasis Palm. The water bottles are free though.
Safe is extra. No fridge needed...everything accessible.
Age Requirements3 answers
I am looking to find out if we would be able to stay in this hotel for a week in May. Two of us are 18 and two are 19. The Student/youth policy seems a little odd to me. Could we stay here?
4 months ago
The minimum age for check in is 18, however, they do have certain guidelines in place for Spring Break Travelers. For more information, please contact one of our Beach Experts at 800-915-2322
I do know the drinking age is 18 so I would say if you have a valid credit card in your name you are ok.
Yes. You will need credit card to cover incidentals...such as trashing the place. It may not be you....but mixing alcohol, friends & miles away from parents, things could get out of hand. Hotel is just protecting their investment. Respect them for that and remember why you're taking this trip, Enjoy :)
Can we make reservations for LaBamba before arriving?1 answer
1 month ago
Most resorts only accept dinner reservations after one has checked in. You will want to make these with guest services or have front desk advise on how their reservations are arranged.
What is the best way to get to the hotel from the airport1 answer
4 weeks ago
We offer both shared and private round trip airport transfers through Amstar. Taxis are not recommended.
what all kind of beers and alcohol drinks does this resort have1 answer
1 week ago
This would mostly be local brands (corona, tecate, sol, modelo, etc).
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All rooms are equipped with all the amenities a family needs. Family suites offer two conjoined rooms - one for parents and one for kids.
Building sand castles along the sandy shores. The gentle waves are ideal for kiddos.
Getting pampered at the delicious Sensoria Spa. Every treatment is worth it. Spoil yourself.
Scooting around town in the Oasis Smart Car - you can rent this sweet ride for the day.
Letting the kids splish and splash at the Kids Club. Then finding a quiet lounger at the pool and chillaxing.
Skip the check-in line and head straight to the VIP check-in and welcome lounge!
What We'd Change
While downtown Cancun isn't within walking distance, the nightly activities at Oasis Palm offer enough fun you won't miss the city's nightlife.
Why You Should Go
Located just a quick 30 minutes from the airport and close to downtown Cancun.
For just a $1, you can hop on the local Cancun bus and explore on your own.
Fully supervised kids club has 43,000 sq. ft of fun, with splash pads, water slides and unlimited activities.
The buffet has family-friendly foods that kids will actually love!
Babysitting/Child Care ($)
Conference Facilities ($)
Cribs Available on Request
Laundry Services ($)
Roll-Away Bed (on request)
Internet Access ($)
24 Hour Front Desk
Medical Services ($)
Audio-Visual Equipment ($)
Massage/Spa Treatments ($)
Dry Cleaning Services ($)
Steam Room ($)
Wireless Internet Access ($)
Pool Towels (complimentary)
Beauty Salon ($)
Car Rental Available ($)
Gift Shop ($)
Banquet Facilities ($)
Nearby Excursions & Attractions
Bars and Nightlife
Jet Ski Rentals
Motor Boat Rentals
Map of Local Area
Cancun is definitely Mexico's showcase resort. Built in a location that was named by Mayan people, Cancun has been
carefully groomed into one of the most polished resorts anywhere.
Blvd Kukulkan, km 4.5, Hotel Zone
Oasis Palm: A Mexican All-Inclusive Fiesta
Gather your brood. This one is all about the kiddos and the family memory-making is ON here - at a price that won't break your wallet. For parents, there's the luscious Sensoria Spa, where you can take a break, kick back and relax while the kiddos expend their endless energy with fun and games in the 43,000 sq ft kid areas. Lounge by the epic pool or play in the sand. Here, there are oceans of ways to amuse yourselves. Dive in.
Exclusive, complimentary Grand Plus Perks available for all CheapCaribbean guests now through all of 2020:
Access to VIP check-in and welcome lounge with soft drinks & snacks
Preferred room assignment with an *even better* ocean view
VIP Grand Plus wristband
The fam will be pleased with the dining choices here: buffets and a la carte restaurants, filled with a little bit of everything, Mexican snacks, Italian and seafood. No matter where you nosh, your taste buds will be happy.
Sisal Buffet Type: International Buffet Hours: Breakfast, lunch and dinner, daily Description: Informal indoor/outdoor restaurant offering excellent buffets for breakfast, lunch and
dinner with an area specifically designed for the kids.
Dos Lunas Type: International buffet Hours: Breakfast, lunch and dinner, daily Description: A variety of cuisines, with a dedicated kid's corner, served in a relaxing indoor and outdoor setting.
Dos Lunas Terrace Type: Pizza & pasta Hours: Breakfast & lunch, daily Description: A delicious selection of pizza and pasta dishes in an outdoor setting.
Los Agaves Terraza Type: Tacos and tortas Hours: Lunch, daily Description: Light Mexican fare served in a relaxed outdoor setting.
Los Agaves Type: Mexican Hours:Lunch & Dinner Description: Serving authentic cuisine that is sure to please. Indoors. Reservation required. Dress code: Casual
La Bamba Type: Seafood Hours: Lunch, Dinner Description: Enjoy dining on a variety of seafood dishes. Indoor and outdoor seating.
Isla Mujeres Type: Snacks and sushi on the beach Hours: Lunch, daily Description: Serving snacks throughout the day. Dress code: Casual
Pirates del Caribe Type: Kids-only food court Hours: Lunch, daily Description: Located in the KiddO Zone, kids can choose from burgers, hot dogs, chicken and more in an outdoor setting.
Restaurant reservations are made at the resort concierge desk. Restaurant hours and availability subject to change without notice.
Get your tropical drink orders ready, because the inventive bartenders are ready to mix up what you want. You've got seven hip bars to visit. Salud.
Lobby Sports Bar
Isla Mujeres Beach Bar
Coffee & Me
La Bamba Beach Bar
Sisal Terrace Bar
Bar hours and availability subject to change without notice.
BEACHES AND POOLS
The gentle waves make your beachy time tranquil. Blissful, really. Kids love it, too, because they can easily swim, and look for seashells. Head to the pool when you're ready for a dip there. The kids can splash around in their own pool. Was that applause we just heard?
Multi-use sport court
Internet access is available for an additional charge.
Sensoria Spa offers a collection of exclusive treatments that incorporate ancient and modern techniques with certified organic products. Enjoy a full range of services designed to help you relax and get in touch with nature, surrounded by the incomparable beauty of the Mexican Caribbean.
Body scrubs and wraps
Sauna and steam room
Temazcal: Mayan sweat lodge purification ritual
Kids and teen treatments
Additional fees apply to spa services
The fully supervised kids club (KiddO Zone) features 43,000 square feet of daily indoor & outdoor activities and entertainment, open daily from 9am-10pm for kids 3-12 years old.
Pools and splash zone with water slides, climbing iceberg and trampoline
Pirate adventures aboard the Captain Hook
Kids beach club
Playground with jungle gyms and bungee trampoline
Daily indoor and outdoor activities
Arts and crafts room
Video game lounge
Mini-whirlpool and splash area with mushroom fountain
Kids theater with movies
In-room, certified babysitters are also available for a small fee so parents can enjoy date nights like a romantic dinner, beachfront couples massage or hit up the nearby clubs.
Oasis Palm is 15 minutes from downtown Cancun and only 30 minutes from Cancun International Airport (CUN).
Check In/Check Out
Check-in: 3pm. Check-out: noon.
A valid credit card (American Express, MasterCard or Visa) may be required upon check-in for possible incidentals not
included in your hotel reservation.
In observance of Holy Week, some resorts in the Dominican Republic, Mexico, and
Costa Rica may put limits on the use of motorized water sports, and loud
Student/Youth Policy (YEAR ROUND)
Spring Breakers and Student/Youth Travelers are NOT accepted. Student/Youth Travelers are defined by the resort as any guest under the age of 25 traveling without their legal parent/guardian. Please be advised that Spring Breakers and Student/Youth GROUPS between the ages of 18-24 are not accepted at this resort. This policy applies year round. Travelers under the age of 25 without a legal parent/guardian will be required to purchase a Student/Youth resort fee upon check-in at the resort. Cost is $30 (cash only and subject to change) per person per stay and is not refundable. If you do not adhere to the Student/Youth Policy, your reservation will be canceled and you will be notified accordingly. Resorts reserve the right to deny check-in.
All hours, fees, amenities, information and services are subject to change