Exceptional Values! Honeymooners: Bottle of sparkling wine, fruit basket, honeymoon dinner with a bottle of house wine, and room upgrade (based on availability, min. 5 night stay). Family: Two kids ages 12 and under stay, play, and eat free. Families of five may share the minimum room category with existing bedding (two adults and up to three children ages 12 and under).
Oasis Palm offers family friendly fun in a fantastic location. This all-inclusive resort is located at the north entrance to Cancun's hotel zone and sits on a picturesque white-sand beach.
Oasis Palm features exciting amenities, activities for all ages, and exceptional cuisine. Work up a sweat in the gym or relax your body and soul at the spa. Splash in the spectacular free-form pool or play in the Caribbean sand. Young guests will enjoy the kids' club, which features a pool, restaurant, overnight camp, amphitheater, and activity rooms. Oasis Palm offers six restaurants and eight bars.
Take in splendid views of the Caribbean Sea or Nichupte Lagoon from one of 470 rooms that reflect a modern Mexican style. Great memories are waiting to be made at Oasis Palm.
Rooms are located within the main pyramid structure and offer a splendid view of the sunset over Nichumpe Lagoon and the Caribbean ocean.
The Oasis Palm is a family-friendly All-Inclusive style resort. At the Oasis Palm, we allow 3 children and 2 adults in a room. The reosrt offers connecting rooms wit specially designed rooms for kids. Exciting Kid's club with great activities.
Beach: Set along nearly 200 meters (650ft) of powdery white sand in Cancun's Hotel Zone and because the sea is shallow at this end of the island just more four feet deep and calm, extremely kid friendly.
Check-in: 3:00 pm
Check-out: 12 noon
Total Rooms: 470
Year Opened: 1981
Wireless internet use fee $20 per 24 hours period. Public areas have limited use. In-room safe deposit box fee $5 per day. All rooms do not have a balcony or terrace.
Rooms are located throughout the two bulidings of Oasis Palm and provide a variety of views from limited ocean-view to sunset views of the lagoon. One king bed or two double beds.
Other Amenities -
Radio Alarm Clock
Rooms are located throughout the two buildings of Oasis Palm and offer a splendid view of the Caribbean Sea. Private bath with one king bed or two double beds.
Other Amenities -
Radio Alarm Clock
STANDARD FAMILY ROOM
Rooms are located within the main pyramid structure and allow a splendid view of the Caribbean Sea. Two connecting rooms with one designed with kids in mind. One king or two double beds.
Other Amenities -
Radio Alarm Clock
Safe deposit box $3.50 per day.
All rooms do not have a balcony or terrace.
Oasis Palm features 1 meal plan options:
All Meals, Drinks & Tips
There are 6 Restaurants at Oasis Palm:
Dols Lunas -
A la carte restaurant featuring pizza and Italian cuisine. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Sushi Bar -
Mexican suchi fusion. Open for lunch.
Isla Mujeres -
Snacks. Open only for lunch.
La Cantina -
Mexican gourmet restaurant.
La Bamba -
Veracruz seafood. Open for lunch and dinner. Reservations required.
Buffet and Yucatan Corner. Serves international and Mexican cuisine. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
ACTIVITIES & ENTERTAINMENT
Daily Activities & Entertainment:
Fitness Center, Non-Motorized Water Sports, 9-Hole Golf Course (near-by), Kid's Club, Cooking Lessons, Game Areas.
Nightly Activities & Entertainment:
Dinner & Entertainment Shows, Mexican Culture & Folklore, Disco, Cantina Bar, Evening Shows, Beach Parties
Cooking Lessons, Disco, Movies, Game Areas (Wii ans Xbox), Overnight Club, Pool/Slide, Playground Activity Classes.
Applicable Ages: 4 to 15 years old
Program Fees: Complimentary
Babysitting Fee: $
Advance Notice for Babysitting: 24- Hour notice
Vacations Customer Satisfaction Score
85 past Apple Vacationers would recommend Oasis Palm to their friends and family
The rooms are average. no fridge no coffee machines. Have to go to restaurant for coffee 6:30am. No Mixed drinks til ten o,clock am. The restaurants food was horrible Eatin park or kings have better...
The rooms are average. no fridge no coffee machines. Have to go to restaurant for coffee 6:30am. No Mixed drinks til ten o,clock am. The restaurants food was horrible Eatin park or kings have better soup. No taste No bacon or has browns on a buffet for a couple days. They kept opening an closing the restaurants you didn't know were to go.
Budget and Family Friendly
MarthaGriff, New Britain, Pennsylvania
Mon May 18 09:37:16 EDT 2015
My family of 6 stayed at the Oasis Palm in a Family Suite (2 connecting rooms) from May 1-8, 2015 and LOVED this place! I work in the travel industry and, I can tell you that I was a bit hesitant at...
My family of 6 stayed at the Oasis Palm in a Family Suite (2 connecting rooms) from May 1-8, 2015 and LOVED this place! I work in the travel industry and, I can tell you that I was a bit hesitant at first because to me, the Oasis name has always had a 'Party Central' stigma to it. But, not this hotel. This hotel was big enough to offer some great amenities, while remaining small enough for little feet. The staff was friendly and accommodating, there were NO WAVES to knock us over. Loved the taco cart and ice cream cart by the pool! So many great offerings made this truly a FANTASTIC Family Vacation!!
The kids club was a HIT with my 6 and 7 year old! It offers its own kiddie pool with water slides and a water mushroom, as well as a trampoline, swing set, game tables, disco and, lunch buffet! Which worked out great for us, because my husband and I were able to enjoy lunch on our own one day! My 12 year old checked it out with us but didn't feel like hanging out...whereas my 13 year old was given special permission to visit, and she was allowed to be a junior helper while visiting the kids' club!
There were a few drawbacks....such as timesharers and day passes. There were about 10 Lifestyles Properties Reps hanging out all day, everyday trying to sell people a timeshare. They weren't overly pushy but, they did seem to congregate in the pass-through area between the hotel entrance and the main restaurants, making it a daily occurrence to decline their offers. Along with other hotels in the area, the Oasis Palm offers day passes which allows locals to come and enjoy the hotel amenities. Which was great for my daughter (who got to practice her Spanish with authentic Spanish-speakers), but, the staff was preferential to those with a native tongue and, I was skipped over plenty when in line for a drink, etc.
The other issue that I hated was that there were some serious litter bugs....people going and getting food and/or drink and then leaving it all around. I watched one lady finish her drink and then throw her plastic cup into the pool. Sadly, litterbugs are all over the place so, the hotel really cannot be blamed for this one.
Since I work in travel, I was allowed to explore the Grand Oasis Palm as well, which I didn't like nearly as much as the Oasis Palm. The ravens attack people in the pool, the elevators lose power at times (which is hard for those staying on the 10th floor) and, the service isn't as good. Plus, I felt that the Oasis Palm's pool was more family friendly....not just the shape/layout of the pools themselves but, the Oasis Palm usually had music playing...the Grand did not so, the atmosphere wasn't as fun!
The Pirate Ship....the Oasis Palm has a full size Pirate Ship docked at its property. For about $80/per person, you can go on a dinner/drink/show cruise that sounded like lots of fun! If you bring the kids on vacation, you also have the option to go on a Pirate Lunch on Fridays at 1p. Sadly, we stayed Friday through Friday so, we didn't get to do this either...but, we did get to do some kids' activities on the Pirate Ship another day..the difference is that the ship doesn't leave the dock....but, it was still a LOT of fun to explore the ship!
Shows -- At 9p every night (I believe), there was a show in the Grand Salon...which is right off of the lobby. We never made it to any of these shows ourselves but, chatting with other patrons, we learned that these shows were 'Awesome and Amazing'. From a Mexican Show to an International Circus Show to a Michael Jackson show....these shows were a hit to many hotel visitors!
We did visit the Oasis Cancun one day...and, I'll tell you, it was a waste of a day for me. The waves were seriously scary...the main buffet staff do not work...just sit around sipping sodas while you end up clearing your own plates. There were some overly-drunk people there that I didn't even want my family to be around and, the layout of the property was choppy, at best.
We stayed over Cinco de Mayo which was great! There was an authentic Mexican buffet in addition to the regular buffet layout and options. There were also various live music acts playing on site throughout the week.
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at the Oasis Palm. This visit has truly changed my entire perspective on the Oasis name and, I have been happily raving to all of my co-workers, family & friends about how this property really gives you the best bang for your buck and offers a great family vacation at a reasonable price!!
Value for money
Mquinlan, Manchester, United Kingdom
Sat May 16 13:23:33 EDT 2015
Stayed for a week in feb 15. Was lucky to get an ocean view room which was amazing, massive bed and nice and clean. Restaurants were all nice and the service was excellent. Good sized pool and beach...
Stayed for a week in feb 15. Was lucky to get an ocean view room which was amazing, massive bed and nice and clean. Restaurants were all nice and the service was excellent. Good sized pool and beach area with the beautiful blue sea to swim around in. Plenty of entertainment every night. Short bus ride from the shopping malls and clubs coco bongos etc. all in all good value hotel.
Do your research
Thu May 14 13:31:09 EDT 2015
I stayed here with 7 other friends during spring break in the first week of March, we thought we had booked 'Oasis Cancun' which is another of their resorts but not this one. Upon arriving, we were...
I stayed here with 7 other friends during spring break in the first week of March, we thought we had booked 'Oasis Cancun' which is another of their resorts but not this one. Upon arriving, we were notified that everyone under 25 had to purchase mandatory insurance because we were 'college kids' (this fee doesnt exist in any other month except for march and we had no idea about it until arriving). So that started our night off really well... not.
Considering it was our own mistake booking the wrong Oasis resort we just decided we would take the bus over there a couple days of the week since you are allowed into all of the comparable Oasis resorts if you are staying at one. But that was not the case, we were also charged everytime we went to Oasis cancun an 'entrance fee' which is no where stated on their website and which is again only something they charge in March and April. All other Oasis hotels are accesible except for the one we wanted to go to because they wanted to make up more imaginary charges.
All in all, expect to pay for things you wouldnt have imagined here, and then dont expect them to be friendly about it. They will not take into consideration your feelings or the fact that you paid $1000+ to stay there for a week. They will still charge you petty fees.
Food was decent, and pool staff was very friendly. Just don't even bother with the staff in the hotel, they refuse to accomodate. (Front desk and the little desk next to it, I think it was the concierge)
Great location in Cancun... Rooms were decent, free bottled water which was great. Wifi was very expensive and not worth it. Would not stay here again.
Mon May 11 14:45:28 EDT 2015
23 of us stayed here. 16 came home with food poisoning and e.coli. Several are still suffering 3 weeks later. Anyone else get sick during 4/16 to 4/22?? No air conditioning in hallways, lobby and...
23 of us stayed here. 16 came home with food poisoning and e.coli. Several are still suffering 3 weeks later. Anyone else get sick during 4/16 to 4/22?? No air conditioning in hallways, lobby and elevator. Rooms have a very musty smell which lingered in all our clothing. The staff was friendly.
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