CANCUN, MEXICO -- (Marketwire) -- 12/10/12 -- Diamonds aren't only a girl's best friend -- hotels like them, too. Every year AAA searches the globe for the best lodgings and restaurants, and for the seventh consecutive year its inspectors have found the JW Marriott Cancun Resort & Spa to be among the best, giving it top marks with a Five Diamond Award.
This resort in Cancun was scored on comfort, cleanliness, service and hospitality, and scores are compiled to award properties Diamonds on a scale of one to five. Those that receive five Diamonds deliver impeccable service, maintain first-class standards of excellence and are the ultimate in luxury and sophistication.
"We at the JW Marriott Cancun Resort & Spa consistently strive to deliver an elevated level of service and hospitality to our guests," Christopher Calabrese, vice president and general manager of this Cancun beach resort, says. "The fact that our property has been consistently honored with five Diamonds for seven consecutive years is a tangible testament to the standard of luxury and service we uphold for our guests year after year."
This business hotel in Cancun is the only Marriott International property and one of only 14 Mexico hotels to earn AAA Five Diamond status this year. AAA ranks nearly 60,000 properties annually, and only 179, or 1%, achieve Five Diamond status. When planning your next vacation, book at one of the best resorts in Cancun with rates starting at $189 USD per room per night.
Next door to these Cancun hotel suites is another award-winner. CasaMagna Marriott Cancun Resort also received high marks from AAA, earning the Four Diamond Award for the 20th consecutive year, among only 3.5% of lodgings and restaurants to earn this distinction in 2012.
About the JW Marriott Cancun Resort & Spa
Miles of pristine white-sand beaches and crystal-clear turquoise waters are what bring you to Cancun, but luxurious accommodations, a top-rated spa, world-class dining and stunning event space are what bring you to JW Marriott Cancun Resort & Spa. Accommodations at this AAA Five Diamond hotel, set in the heart of the Hotel Zone, were recently renovated and feature private balconies or terraces with stunning ocean views, wireless Internet access, 32-inch flat-panel TVs, plush bedding and spacious bathrooms with tubs, showers and double sinks. For a VIP-style stay, this hotel's top floor offers Club 91 accommodations with upgraded, personalized services. This luxury resort is a top choice for corporate retreats and destination weddings, with a business center, certified wedding planners and 20,000 sq. ft. of flexible event space. Whether you're here for work, a wedding or a family vacation, there is plenty to explore in and around this beautiful resort. Stay beach-ready with the onsite fitness center; paddle around at the beach or in three hotel pools, including an outdoor dive pool with artificial reef; or drop your kids off at the Marriott Kids Club before heading to the Mayan-inspired spa for a well-deserved massage. Nearby explore the ancient Mayan ruins at Chichen Itza or go zip-lining at Xplor Park Cancun. Whether you're simply lounging in the sun or out exploring Cancun's eco-tourism, you'll surely work up an appetite, and this hotel has nine options on its dining menu. From northern Italian and Southwestern specialties to poolside sandwiches and Argentinean steak, there's something for every palate here.
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JW Marriott Cancun Resort & Spa
Blvd. Kukulcan, Km 14.5, Lote 40-A
Zona Hotelera, Cancun, Quintana Roo 77500 Mexico
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