Carr. Cancun/Aeropouerto 77560 Cancun, Q. Roo, Mexico, Cancun, MX, 77560
- Phone: (52) 998 2725200
- Fax: (52) 998 2725201
This is a venue that belongs to the Benito Juárez Town hall of Cancun. The building serves as an auditorium for the Cultural Center of Cancun. In 1994 it was remodeled and inaugurated formally as a theater. Home of La Bambalina theater group, this theater houses theater, dance and concert performances.
Specializing in comedy, Teatro Xbalamquè puts on performances for kids, teens, and adults. The venue encourages breaking the fourth wall and having the audience participate in the performances. It's located outside and you'll be surrounded by beautiful greenery. While you're seeing a great performance, you can enjoy a drink or a coffee from the bar.
In Cancun it would be a shame if you won't shake a leg with the free spirited locals. And the best place to do so is the Sabor Latino, where you will find enthusiastic dancers ready to groove to soem traditional tunes. Learn some unique Latin dance steps as the locals take to the dance floor or simply sit by and enjoy a drink taking in the lighthearted moments. Come any day, the atmosphere the bar maintains is of sheer fun and enjoyment.
If you love to dance then Mambo Cafe is the place for you. The cafe regularly hosts nights where you can show off your Latin dancing skills. They play pop and local Latin numbers that will draw you to the dance floor, all with great acoustics. The bar serves a fine collection of spirits and the ambiance is simply lively. It's a great place to socialize with locals and chat over drinks.
Casa de la Cultura de Cancún which translates into the House of Culture of Cancun is the premier entertainment venue in the city. Armed with a host of enviable amenities like state-of-the-art acoustics, superior lighting and a set of trained technicians, this venue is a dream for organizers. Call for information on upcoming events.
This baseball stadium is home to the Quintana Roo Tigres team, and is named after baseball player Beto Ávila. The stadium can hold up to 9,500 people. The version that you see today was completed in 2007, after Hurricane Wilma caused damage in 2005. The seats are a great place to watch the sunset while there's an exciting game happening on the field below.
To enjoy one of the most popular and attractive festivities, do not forget to visit the Plaza de Toros in Cancún. Located in the center of town, it holds events every Wednesday at 3p. Watch the bullfighters in awe as they risk everything in the name of fame. This is yet another form of entertainment in a famous tourist destination.
Estadio Andrés Quintana Roo is a stadium in Cancún, inaugurated in 2007, with the capacity to hold 20,000 people. It is the home field of Atlante F.C., a soccer team of Primera División de México.
Promising modernized games and machines, Dubai Palace Casino is a prime destination of its kind in Cancun. Enjoy a game of electronic bingo while sipping on a complimentary coffee or soda. In case you work up an appetite in this exciting environment, there's a buffet featuring entrees, salads, and desserts. The service is top-notch, and you'll be welcomed warmly be employees. The decor in the casino is over the top, with bright lights on all the games and colorful walls.
Going to the cinema might not be the most common thought while you are in a beachside paradise. However, if you feel the need to escape all that sand and heat then going to the cinema is a great alternative. You can go to one of the ten film screens at Cinemark Cancún and enjoy any of the latest films until the weather improves. All the screens are equipped with digital sound systems, stadium-style seats, concessions and air-conditioning. Parking is available.
Teatro de Cancún is for all those who have an intrinsic understanding of art and all those who simply appreciate it. One of the few establishments that put up great performances, it would be a loss to miss this one. The theater usually hosts two wonderful dance shows by local entertainers, namely Voces y Danzas de Mexico and Tradicion del Caribe wherein one can enjoy unadulterated Mexican and Caribbean cultural flavors.
This arena was built in just four months in 2008. It is home to the Pioneros de Quintana Roo basketball team and has a seating capacity of 5,800. Being located on the Yucatán Peninsula means that it's likely to be in the path of a hurricane, which is why it was reinforced and built to serve a shelter in case a destructive storm rolls through the area. In addition to hosting sporting events, you'll find concerts happening in this venue from time to time.