Family: Up to two kids 12 & under Stay, Play & Eat Free during select dates.
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 Kidd0 Zone, which features a pool, restaurant, and activity rooms. Oasis Palm offers eleven restaurants and eight bars.
Take in splendid views of the Caribbean Sea, Nichupte Lagoon, or tropical gardens from one of 270 rooms that reflect a modern Mexican style. Great memories are waiting to be made at Oasis Palm.
LocationCancun Hotel Zone - Beachfront
General Policies & Fine Print
Hotel requires a credit/debit card authorization or cash deposit upon check-in for incidentals; this will place a hold on your funds.
Individuals attending a convention cannot book this property for their stay. If found attending a convention, guests may be subject to higher room rates upon arrival.
Hotel Spring Break Policy:
This hotel cannot guarantee a spring-break-free environment.
A price may display when children stay free, if your vacation includes transfer to your hotel.
Room taxes and service fees are included in vacation price.
Minimum night stay restrictions may apply.
Reservation changes may not be permitted unless authorized by the hotel.Student/Youth Travelers are defined as any guest 24 years of age and younger traveling without legal parent/guardian and is applicable at ALL Oasis properties on a year round basis. As a general rule, Oasis Hotels & Resorts will not accept Student/Youth GROUPS (not applicable to family travel). Any guests meeting the above definition of Student/Youth Traveler are subject to the following conditions:
-Upon check-in, passengers will be required to pay a one-time Student/Youth resort fee in the amount of $30.00 USD (Cash Only). Policy is mandatory, per person and not refundable.
-Credit cards issued to persons other than guest (i.e. parent, spouse, etc.) are not accepted in Mexico.
-Minimum age requirement for hotel check-in is 18 years of age. All rooms require one person that is at least 18 when occupied by a 17 year old passenger. All students under the legal age of 18 require a notarized consent from parent/legal guardian providing authorization and taking responsibility for the guest. No passenger under the age of 17 years of age is allowed to occupy any room without a parent or legal guardian accompanying them.
-Any student group traveling with guests under the age of 18 will require chaperone(s). One chaperone is required per 1-19 students/youths under the age of 18. The minimum age requirement for a chaperone is 25. All students will be assigned a special bracelet for ID purposes; this policy is applicable year round.
•Please note the legal drinking age in Mexico is 18.
Customer Ratings & Reviews
TripAdvisor Traveler RatingBased on 3915 reviews
Waiter Alberto Tuz was great Wonderful service Great meal from Chef Alejandro. Made us such a special desert Mgr Maria Dela Cruz was awesome I wish we would have got the chance to eat there more than once
Not good! Gross!
Mold in our bathroom. Sewage gasses from the drains. Bad service and attitude from certain employees. Very dirty bathrooms outside (especially the one next to Dos Lunas buffet). You don't want those details! Eight in our group got a food illness. This was from eating at different restaurants within the hotel. Been to Cancun six times and this has been the grossest hotel I've been to. Wasn't this bad in 2001 when it was called Calinda Beach. If you want a great experience at a good price go to Dreams. If you want the best experience go to Hyatt Ziva. Pricier but well worth it. Both hotels are great for families with kids.
It was a very magnificent stay I thank everyone for their good intentions and kindness. A suggestion is that there is more diversity in the food. I would like to make a special mention to Victor Cruz, Dany Sequeira, Pedro Dzul and Dorian Dominguez for their attention and hospitality.
Thank you this is a very mexican hotel a special mention to Victor Cruz bellman because he attended us with an amazing service and we promise to comeback again next year. This was by far one of the best vacation experiences I've had.
It's ok. U get what u pay for I guess...
Great service, wonderful staff. Resort itself is ok, nothing special. All inclusive wasn't that worth it for me cuz I only liked one restaurant *LA BAMBA* which is a seafood restaurant. Most of the food elsewhere was not good, and I am not even picky but also I am not big on Mexican food tho. My family who likes Mexican food they were fine with it. They serve other foods but not good at all. Pasta was watery and tasteless. Fries were always cold. Oriental food too salty. My kids loved the buffet Dos Lunas. The buffet serve different foods daily so that was one good thing... Other than food, one inconvenience was-- there was only one working elevator in our wing and it was super small and crowded so we had to do lots of waiting cuz sometimes it's too full... There were also not very many activities suitable for us so we ended up spending more $ for activities outside resort. We thought we would save $ on all inclusive in mexico than hawaii, but we spent more here than our trip to Hawaii. We chose this place as it is known to be family friendly. However, we have 8 year old and 12 year old. The kid zone is more for little kids like toddlers so my kids ended up not crazy for that. There's a video game thing for them, that's about it but they can play games on their iPad if need be. Overall, it was ok. Budget friendly hotel but for couple hundred more bucks we could've gone somewhere better that other family have gone to.