Ocean Coral & Turquesa – All Inclusive
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Kids Club
- Parking On Site
Located in Puerto Morelos, Ocean Coral & Turquesa – All Inclusive is by the sea and close to Crococun Zoo and Ojo de Agua Beach. This 4-star resort is within close proximity of Puerto Morelos Reef and Puerto Morelos Town Square.
Make yourself at home in one of the 591 air-conditioned rooms featuring minibars and LCD televisions. Rooms have private furnished balconies. Complimentary wired and wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and satellite programming provides entertainment. Bathrooms have shower/tub combinations and hair dryers.
Spa, Wellness & Premium Amenities
Pamper yourself with a visit to the spa, which offers massages, body treatments, and facials. After dipping into one of the 4 outdoor swimming pools, you can spend some time at the private beach. This resort also features complimentary wireless Internet access, concierge services, and babysitting/childcare (surcharge). If you’d like to spend the day shopping, you can hop on the shuttle (surcharge).
Food & Drink
This resort is all inclusive. Rates include meals and beverages at onsite dining establishments. Charges may be applied for dining at some restaurants, special dinners and dishes, some beverages, and other amenities.
Enjoy a meal at one of the resort’s dining establishments, which include 9 restaurants and a coffee shop/café. From your room, you can also access room service (during limited hours). Relax with a refreshing drink from a poolside bar or one of the 5 bars/lounges.
Business & Travel Amenities
Featured amenities include a business center, express check-in, and express check-out. Event facilities at this resort consist of a conference center and meeting rooms. Free self parking is available onsite.
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What an amazing time. We traveled with 14 in our group, adults, and teenagers. There was always something to do and the entertainment team is fabulous. I have been to many resorts, the food and drinks at this all-inclusive are amazing. The customer service at this resort is comparable to many of the 5-star resorts I have visited. Carlos at the swim up bar took great care of us all week(we gave him a tip to start the day and we never had to wait for a drink). We miss you Carlos!!!
After much consideration, we chose not to do the privilege upgrade. I am a vodka drinker and I was able to get Sky or Absolute at no extra charge! There is only one restaurant we couldn't access but there are so many other ones to choose from, it wasn't a problem. If you are looking for a quiet, adults only pool, it is in the privilege section but anyone can go.
The rooms are not huge but definitely clean and comfortable. The hotel staff arranged a van for us to go to Puerto Morelos one day. They were very accommodating and helpful.
We did the snorkeling trip from the resort. The boat is right at the resort and a quick 3-minute ride to some amazing reefs. I normally get seasick and it was not an issue at all. We saw tropical fish, a barracuda and even a shark (the harmless kind!). It cost us $45 a person. I would definitely recommend this excursion.
Overall, for the price of this resort, you can't get much better than this!!! It is a great family resort. We will definitely be returning!
Our first time at OCT, but our 11th in Mexico. Always before we have been in Cancun, so this was a little more remote than we were used to. I will try to fairly describe this place, both good and bad. The Good - the food was better than average, especially at the Blue Moon and the Terrace Restaurant. We also enjoyed Sensai and the show there. We stayed 9 nights at OCT and ate twice at each of these restaurants. The only a la carte restaurant disappointment was the Mexican one. As for the drinks, they were fine. We did not upgrade to privilege. The upcharge for that was $35 per person per day for drinks/services or $45 for drinks/services/upgraded room. We did not upgrade because we were told everyone in our room had to pay/upgrade. I considered it because of the supposed ability to make reservations. But we never had to wait to eat anywhere while at OCT. The drinks -- I disagree with anyone who says the drinks are weak - unless all you drink are overly sweet tropical drinks. If you order syrup with a little tequila, vodka, or rum in it, that is what you get. . The bad - Resort is very spread out. 600 plus rooms spread across about 20 buildings. So unless you are fortunate enough to get a room that is centrally located, get ready to walk - a lot. Pools - there are 4 of them, but the chill pool, which is actually the only one with music, a swim up bar, and activities is WAY overcrowded. Want a lounger? Save it by 7 or take your chances. Want a bed? They are free, but you gotta get up early, real early to get one. We had a bed three days while we were there, usually going to reserve it at 4 am. Our last day I went down at 345 am - yes, in the morning. 3 of the 6 beds were ALREADY reserved. That's crazy and ridiculous. As for loungers, people seemed to be marking them in multiple areas/pools because often there would be towels on loungers but no people until later in the day. Signs are posted saying one cannot reserve for over an hour without being there, but that policy is not enforced. The problem with the chill pool is OCT has created a pool area that cannot handle the number of people who want to be there. Maybe if they install a swim up bar or actually play music at the "main" pool, the chill pool will be less crowded. Housekeeping was fine and most days they were done before we came up from the pool area, which was usually around 3. But pay attention to your linens. They will take 4 towels out of your room and leave you 1. Or they will leave you without a washcloth unless you track them down. Towels at pool were also an issue at times. One day we were there it poured. So everyone's towels got soaked. The next morning? No towels were available poolside until around 10 am even though the morning was beautiful and many people were out from 8 am on. The wildlife is also issue. There are feral cats on the property and they seem to be friendly. But there are also raccoons and coati, which is a different type of raccoon. I understand we may encounter animals because we are pretty much in the jungle. But it was disconcerting to run into a raccoon on the second floor one evening. The wildlife seems to be a little too comfortable at OCT. But heck, where else can you go to getup close and personal with an iguana? The beach -- we did not go to OCT for the beach. We prefer to lounge and drink poolside. But if you go for the beach, be warned that beach is relatively narrow and is loaded with seaweed. That's what I mean about looks being deceiving. Because of the seaweed, the water is brown, and definitely not the clear sparking blue we are accustomed to at our other Cancun resort. The bartenders - With the notable exception of a few, we also found the bartenders to be lax and slow. At our other resort, the bartenders work a mile a minute and have a drink waiting for you before you are ready. Not at OCT. Here, sometimes we almost had to beg to be waited on while some of the bartenders wandered around, or disappeared even though several of us were standing there waiting. Now for shout outs, Alejandro (Alex) and Orlando were bartenders at the Chill Pool who stood out for us. They were always friendly and quick with a drink. Cynthia at the breakfast and lunch buffet was also a treat! We wish there were more like them. Although we enjoyed our visit to OCT, I do not see us going back. We came, saw, and compared it with our regular place - which is probably where we return to when we go back to Mexico.
I completely enjoyed my stay at this resort. The food and service were fantastic. Especially Zuriel at the Blue Moon Restaurant. Very friendly and hard working. The resort was clean and the beach was fantastic. All the staff were great. Only complaint was a slow check in process.
don't go there for the shows due to small theater with bad air circulation. Great place to relax by the pool, beach to read a book, etc. food decent and the upgrade is worthwhile. you get different brand of liquors with the upgrade.
Traveled with 2 of my best friends to celebrate us turning 50:) Hotel was very nice. Check in/Check out was a bit drawn out. Pools were beautiful and the beach was constantly being cleaned. Room was clean and comfortable, however, when booking 3 in a room it should be known that one of the beds is a couch bed...was not expecting that when booked for two beds. Gustavo Lopez was outstanding bar tender at the swim up bar. All staff encountered were excellent.