Secrets Silversands Riviera Cancun All Inclusive
What We Love
- Relaxed beachfront service at eight pools and on a private 1,000-foot stretch of sand
- Free greens fees at the nearby Grand Coral Golf Course
- Hydrotherapy and other treatments at the massive spa
What To Know
- Most restaurants adhere to a formal or semi-formal dress code
- Pets are not allowed
- Cancun’s lively downtown is about 30 minutes away
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
Modern interiors, alfresco lounges, infinity pools and slick restaurants bring some serious style to the all-inclusive concept of this private beachside resort. Each of the 433 suites features white-on-white decor offset by dark rattan and boxy wood furnishings, with marble Jacuzzi tubs for two and furnished balconies and terraces overlooking the Caribbean. Golfers of all levels can enjoy the free greens fees at the nearby Grand Coral Golf Course, while sun worshipers can lounge by the pristine beach, wade in more than 43,000 square feet of interconnected swimming pools and rejuvenate with hydrotherapy and treatments like a warm seaweed wrap at the 12,000-square-foot spa. With eight restaurants on-site, there’s little need to voyage far for a variety of tastes. Nosh on fine Mexican cuisine at El Patio, try the inventive French fare amid the whimsical décor at Bordeaux and nosh on fresh seafood at the al fresco Oceana.
In the Area
Cancun gets a bad reputation for body shots and foam parties, but there’s another side to this Caribbean party spot. Trek downtown to the Mercado 28, home to the city’s reviving art scene with boutiques, galleries and Mexican handicrafts. Choose the up-scale Yucatan cuisine at Labná (Margaritas 29), or tapas accompanied by live Mexican guitar at El Rincón wine bar (Calle Alcatraces 29). Make Isla Mujeres, a short boat ride away, your launch pad for a survey of the world’s second largest barrier reef. Here, beach dwellers roam barefoot on pristine white sand and swim up close to 20 impressive acres of base coral. Have the resort concierge arrange a direct transfer to the island, or board the Punta Sam ferry for just $3 (35 pesos), each way. The reef looks best on the island’s west coast, at Punta Nizuc National Park, where the coral is 125,000 years old. Of course, a trip to the Riviera Maya is not complete without seeing the ancient Mayan Ruins of Chichén Itza, the seaside structures of Tulum and the jungle-fringed peaks of Coba.
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Absolutely no complaints !!! The staff, food, drinks, rooms, the property is pristine!!! The entertainment was friendly and on point everyday !! The pool waitresses and towel boys were the best !! We will definitely be back !! Upgrade to the VIP it is definitely worth every penny !!!
I’m so sad that this resort is closed. My husband and I stayed for a week in April 2019 and found out it was closing a few weeks after we arrived home. The Entertainment Team here really was what made the trip for us. We enjoyed participating in the daily fun activities with Axel, Ivan, Charlie, Diego, Jennifer, and “Anna Banana”. Great food, always a place to hang out at the beach, one of the many pools, or our favorite place, the Barracuda Bar.
My hubby and I love this resort so much. Just the right amount of activity and relaxation. Food is beautiful, fresh and creative. Entertainment staff is the best part, Charlie, Anna Banana, Diego, Dillon, Axel, and Jennifer might be the hardest working people I have ever met.