Vacation is all about forgetting your everyday troubles to completely unwind and relax. That’s one reason so many travelers flock to one of the top destinations in the world – Cancun. But what’s relaxing about unpacking your bags, ironing your evening shirts, and tracking down basic essentials? Nothing.
That’s why we’ve rounded up the top 5 all-inclusive resorts in Cancun that come with a butler. What better way to truly relax than to have someone else take care of all the menial tasks while you soak up the sun on a beautiful beach?
TRS Coral Hotel
This five-star adults-only all-inclusive is located on the lovely white-sand beach of Costa Mujeres, north of the hotel zone. This hotel’s modern aesthetic, gorgeous palm tree-lined walkways, and luxurious suites will surely lift your troubles during your stay.
Guests have 24/7 access to a butler via WhatsApp and can rest easy knowing their every request will be tended to quickly. Need to reserve a chair at the pool? WhatsApp your butler. Need your mini-fridge stocked with something different? WhatsApp your butler. Being able to use an app like WhatsApp makes requesting services as easy as sending a quick text.
Le Blanc Spa Resort Cancun
Le Blanc is another 5-star adult-only all-inclusive you may want to add to your bucket list. Located in Cancun’s hotel zone, the resort is close to many of Cancun’s top attractions. That is if you even want to leave this incredible property. 5 restaurants, 3 pools, a beach bar, and countless other amenities will satisfy your every need without leaving the resort property.
In the words of Le Blanc, “Even the smallest details are taken care of at Le Blanc Spa Resort Cancun—focus on your vacation while your butler handles the rest.” Anything that’s missing, that needs to be done, cleaned, reserved, or delivered, Le Blanc wants you to feel like your every need is attended to through your personal butler.
Royalton Riviera Cancun
Feel like a royal at the Royalton Riviera Cancun with your own personal butler tending to your every need. In order to make sure you get butler service, be sure to book with the Diamond Club upgrade. Once you get to the hotel, feel free to toss on your swimsuit and head to the pool while your butler unpacks your clothes and puts them away for you.
Have an outfit you want ready for your first night’s dinner? Just ask to have it ironed and ready for you before the evening’s activities. Once you’ve enjoyed your stay at this 5-star all-inclusive with casino attached, just ask your butler to pack your bag back up for you while you spend your last night relaxing on the beach or trying your luck at poker.
Grand Park Royal Cancun
The Grand Park Royal is a five-star resort about 30 minutes from the airport. Guests particularly like the private beach and the butler service that comes with a stay in the property’s villas. With 2 pools, 4 restaurants, and lux lounges, guests never need to leave the resort for a fantastic vacation. Room service is available 24 hours a day, and your butler is just a call away. Guests can rest and relax knowing their every need can be catered to anytime.
Grand Velas Riviera Maya
We know, we know… this one isn’t in Cancun. However, a 1-hour transfer from the airport will get you to a resort that takes its butler services very seriously. To quote the managing director, “Our guests ask us for many things, and we do everything within our means to satisfy their requests. Guests have asked our butlers for everything, including acquiring an elephant for a wedding with less than 24 hours’ notice, acquiring an unusual orchid from another country, preparing special foods, and even dancing in order to get a baby to fall asleep.”
When you want to be able to request it all, it seems this five-star stay is a good choice, making it worth the hour drive from the airport.
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