Expert Travel Advice to Cancun
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Top Answers To Cancun Travel Questions
U.S. dollars are widely accepted in Cancun, though most prices are quoted in pesos. Smaller items will generally be offered in pesos, while more pricey things like tours and water activities may be quoted in dollars. Note you'll usually get your change (if any) in pesos, so expect some generous rounding-up on the part of the vendor. Best advice? Change some dollars into pesos for some discretionary spending money so you have the local currency in your pocket for when you venture out of your resort.
Perhaps this article, "Family Travel Survival Guide: Cancun," will help answer some of your questions: http://away.com/features/family-travel-survival-guide-cancun-1.html. Not sure I'd sweat the travel insurance too much (don't quote me on that if a hurricane strikes!).
Answer this2 AnswersI think there is 2 hotels The Royal in cancun is one. I think almost all have swim up bars in the pool but some have swim up rooms .
jadowrao answered:I would suggest :Moon Palace " in cancun , it is very exotic, service excellent, food very good to excellent. there are shops for the shopoholic, beach for the water lovers. I am sure you will have excellent time of your life and you may want to back again the next time.