CANCUN, MEXICO -- (Marketwire) -- 04/01/13 -- Couples embarking on romantic travel are inclined to head south with all-inclusive hotel accommodations in Cancun among the list of popular destinations according to a recent study prepared by the Center of Advance Tourism Studies overseen by Mexico's Secretary of Tourism.
The study cited Mexico as the third most popular choice among American honeymooners, following closely behind the United States and the Caribbean. With Cancun among the country's most acclaimed wedding destinations, the CasaMagna Marriott Cancun Resort quickly rises to the top of resorts offering couples a romantic interlude surrounded by the captivating breezes of the Caribbean Sea. White sand beaches and sparkling blue waters at this all-inclusive hotel in Cancun make it the perfect backdrop for a frolicking honeymoon and romantic beachfront ceremony. Situated alongside the Nichupte Lagoon this stylish resort gleans with casual elegance amidst beautifully manicured grounds featuring an oceanfront wedding gazebo with private seaside altar, impressive outdoor venues and a full-service spa. Whether traveling to Cancun to tie the knot in a blissful seaside ceremony or to celebrate a recent or not-so-recent wedding, couples will find the resort an ideal destination for a fun and romantic interlude.
Unique hotel packages and special romance deals are featured at this remarkable hotel so couples can create the honeymoon of their dreams. Adding to the many reasons why the CasaMagna Marriott is often looked upon as the best hotel in Cancun, the resort also offers a Romantic Dinner Menu served by the beach or under the gazebo allowing couples to enjoy a fabulous meal and uninterrupted time together. Delicious appetizers and fabulous entrées served along with champagne sorbet, decadent desserts and fine wine by a private server make this a "must do" for any couple.
A wide variety of restaurants, a coffee house, open-air poolside grill, and lobby bar make it easy for guests to dine at their convenience, while enjoying all the amenities of the resort and the excitement of local activities and attractions. Whether visiting Cozumel Island or the Mayan Ruins, partaking in local water sports or venturing out to attractions such as Aquaworld and Wet 'n Wild Cancun, there are always plenty of things to do while staying at this remarkable Marriott resort. After a full day on the beach, sightseeing or enjoying local water sports, couples will find the resort's on-site spa an excellent way to rejuvenate. Featuring the CasaMagna signature massage with all-natural products and a full menu of services and spa treatments, the added pampering of a couple's massage is another great way to celebrate time together.
About the CasaMagna Marriott Cancun Resort
The CasaMagna Marriott Cancun Resort offers guests a spectacular beachfront location in the heart of Cancun's prominent Hotel Zone and features an expansive list of guest rooms and suites to accommodate a variety of travel needs. Private balconies, marble bathrooms, high-tech plug-ins and 24-hour room service are standard along with high-speed Internet access, International cable service and premium movie channels. Boasting 11,000 square feet of impeccable event space, a staff of dedicated event managers and professional catering, the resort is also an ideal destination for corporate events and elegant social gatherings.
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CasaMagna Marriott Cancun Resort
Blvd. Kukulcan, Retorno Chac L-41, Zona Hotelera
Cancun, Quintana Roo 77500 Mexico
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