Where's the Fiesta? Keep Calm and Party On in These Cancun Hotels

Cancun isn't just for Spring Breakers anymore. Visitors from countries all over the world visit Cancun each year to relax, explore and well, PAR-TAY! This popular vacation destination is home to some of the best nightclubs and bars on the planet, but there are also resorts that cater to guests looking for a party atmosphere.

Without a doubt, the Oasis Cancun is the #1 party resort in the Hotel Zone. They provide weeks of parties to thousands of Spring Breakers each year, and host events like MTV Spring Break.

The ME Cancun, also located in the Hotel Zone, is where the pretty people, both locals and tourists, go to play. The ME features weekly parties, both at their beach club and Rose Bar, that feature popular international DJs.

The Hard Rock Hotel Riviera Maya, located about an hour south of Cancun, is another resort where there's always a party, especially on the adult-only side, Heaven. The Hard Rock also features concerts by major recording stars like Jon Bon Jovi and Flo Rida.

For visitors looking for a more risque (and varying levels of naked) party atmosphere, Desire Pearl, Desire and Temptation fit the bill.

It's important to note that these resorts don't feature loud parties 24 hours a day, and the level of craziness differs in each hotel, but one thing you can always count on is always being able to find a fiesta in Cancun.

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The Krystal Cancun is just steps away from Cancun's Party Center and shopping and dining and even a bus stop if you do want to venture further from the resort. The hotel boasts three restaurants, three bars, a panoramic pool with swim-up bar and...  Read More

The Gran Caribe Real Resort & Spa, located at kilometer 11.5 in the Hotel Zone, welcomes both adults and children, but this is one of the hotels that Student City offers to Spring Breakers, so you can expect it to be a bit... louder, during...  Read More

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Riu Cancun is one of four Riu hotels in the Hotel Zone. Located at kilometer 9 of Kukulcan Boulvard, this is not a crazy party resort, but there is always something fun going on and the activity team really encourages guests to join in. In...  Read More

Desire Resort & Spa is located in the quaint fishing town of Puerto Morelos, some 25 minutes south of Cancun's international airport. This all inclusive, adult-only (21+) resort is not for the faint of heart, as it is clothing-optional. The...  Read More

Golden Parnassus Resort & Spa is an adults-only resort located at kilometer 14.5 of the Hotel Zone. This certainly isn't a Spring Break hotel, but there are fun activites available all day by the pool, and four bars in the hotel including a...  Read More

Desire Pearl Resort & Spa is an all inclusive, adult-only, clothing-optional resort located in Puerto Morelos, a small, charming fishing village located about 25 minutes south of the Cancun airport. Three restaurants and four bars including...  Read More

This adult-only, topless optional resort dares guests to be tempted. The atmosphere is hip, sexy and daring. This all-inclusive hotel features three swimming pools, each with its own concept; relaxation, sports and fun entertainment, and one is...  Read More

The Hard Rock Hotel Riviera Maya, located about an hour south of Cancun in Puerto Aventuras, is in a word, spectacular. With sprawling grounds, and two sections, one for the entire family and "Heaven", for adults only, anyone and everyone can...  Read More

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The hip, cool ME Cancun, located in Cancun's Hotel Zone is the place to be for the most fashionable travelers and locals. This all inclusive resort sits on an amazing stretch of beach where guests will find the popular Beach Club @ ME. ME is not...  Read More

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Oasis Cancun is THE party hotel in Cancun. Located at km 16.5 of Kukulcan Boulevard, the resort hosts live concerts, DJs, themed parties and the #1 Spring Break festival in Cancun that features crazy daytime parties. Oasis Cancun sits on a...  Read More


Meet Kristin Busse

After vacationing in Mexico many times, Kristin decided to move to Cancun "for a year". That was in 2001.

Kristin grew-up in Michigan and studied Communications at Michigan State University....  More About Kristin

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