Comfort Inn Cancun Aeropuerto
Phone: (52) 998 272-5200
Fax: (52) 998 272 5201
Carr. Cancun/Aeropouerto 77560 Cancun, Q. Roo, Mexico, Cancun, MX, 77560
- Phone: (52) 998 272-5200
- Fax: (52) 998 272 5201
This gallery is located inside the Ritz-Carlton hotel in Cancun. On the walls, you'll see Mexican art displayed. If you're in Cancun and you want to take a break from the usual beach and party scene, stop by this gallery to see the cultural side of the city. It's a great daytime outing, and you're guaranteed not to get sunburned!
Plaza Kukulcán is an excellent shopping option while visiting Cancún. Spread out over two floors, this is where the most prestigious shops are housed, including galleries, accessories shops, clothing shops and more by the likes of Louis Voutton and Harley Davidson. Dining options include Ruth's Steakhouse and the Tequila Grill to name a couple. The plaza conveniently features air conditioning, covered parking, elevators and more to make your shopping experience more enjoyable.
Inside Cancun's swanky Plaza Kukulcan shopping center, curious shoppers will discover La Ruta de las Indias. This little curiosity shop carries replicas of items like swords, model ships, armor, shields and the like. La Ruta de las Indias is an interesting shop to look around in, especially for history lovers. If you're in the Plaza Kukulcan, make sure you peek in La Ruta de las Indias.
Liverpool is one of Mexico's most luxurious and high quality department stores. The Plaza Kukulcan branch is no exception to this rule. A duty free store, Liverpool carries all kinds of products from some of the worlds most upscale brands like Burberry and Carolina Herrera.
The Hacienda Tequila is located on the upper level of the Plaza Kukulcan in Cancun's hotel zone. Stop in and admire the huge selection of tequilas, of all different calibers. The friendly and helpful staff will gladly let you sample the wares before you make a decision.
Located in the popular La Isla Shopping Village in Cancun's hotel zone you will find the Ah Cacao Chocolate Cafe. Ah Cacao serves up all kinds of hot and cold coffee drinks, as well as, of course, chocolate-hot, cold, spicy, in bar form and just about any other form you can think of as well. Ah Cacao also offers free WiFi so you can come here and catch up on your correspondence while you enjoy this delicious treat that Mexico is especially well-known for. Its central location inside the mall and its air conditioning make this a great stop while shopping or sightseeing at La Isla Shopping Village
This large indoor shopping mall is a shoppers paradise. Located in downtown Cancun, Plaza Las Americas features all the big name box stores you'd expect to see at a shopping mall as well as some charming local boutiques. Flooded with natural light, tall palm trees and plenty of air conditioning, the plaza provides shoppers with the utmost comforts. Find eateries like California Pizza Kitchen, Johnny Rockets and luxury stores like Tommy Hilfiger, Liverpool and more. Whatever your shopping needs, this mega complex has them covered.
At the beach, with the heat and the humidity, it is important to feel comfortable. For those who want comfort, practicality, and a touch of good taste in casual clothing, Quick Silver is the best choice. Here, you'll find cool, baggy trousers, with or without pleats, short-sleeve sport shirts or original printed T-shirts, shorts, the classic khaki Bermudas and light sweaters.
One of the top boutiques situated in La Isla shopping center, with all the fashion trends in beachwear and sport garments, or spectacular pieces to stand out from the crowd in a Cancún club. Prices depend on the garments; some are manufactured with imported fabrics. It's worth browsing as you're bound to find something you'll like.
Costco, previously known as Price Club, is designed for wholesale buying, useful for large families or small businesses, as products are sold in bulk. This could mean, for instance, a box of 12 bars of soap, a packet of 3000 napkins, five kilos of coffee or a giant snack bag. The prices are right because there is no middleman and you can get really good offers on electric appliances and photographic cameras. Most of the articles are imported, as Costco suppliers sell the same products to all Costco outlets, the majority of which are in the U.S. and Canada. You need to pay an annual membership to get into these outlets.
Located in the Plaza Nautilos, Miró is a charming tropical inspired souvenir and clothing shop. From brightly hued hats, t-shirts, beach bags, to shirts, shorts and beach coverups, this shop has everything you need to take on that fierce Cancun weather. All clothing is 100% cotton sourced from the high quality raw materials and all products are made in Mexico.
Wal-Mart is another of the big markets that have been going up all around the country. It offers, in addition to daily-consumption products, products for the home, electronic goods, furniture, baby products, etc. In this huge supermarket, you will find a wide range of items: from dairy products and sausages, to the latest CDs, VHS or DVD films, to a personal computer. Visit the clothing department, where you usually will find seasonal sales.