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|01-20-2012 04:46 PM|
Originally Posted by BarrettDSP View Post
|01-20-2012 01:40 PM|
Originally Posted by newnew View Post
I stayed at Oasis Playa and its where MTV put up the 1st Real World Vegas Cast when they went on their trip and they were even there the week we went doing some promotion. The big Oasis is the big party place and I've heard its not that nice but its a spring break party hotel. Our place was nice, food was decent, drinks were good but it was more quiet at night. The Oasis has a club in it so its going to be louder plus the time you are going is all spring breakers so it will be loud. Where you stay depends on what kind of trip you want. Do you want to go somewhere crazy or more relaxing? Are you a big drinker/partier or into doing excursions/sightseeing? Will you be out all night at the clubs?
Also most hotels in Cancun will only allow guest at that hotel to enter so if you are wanting to get girls and get laid you will want to stay at one of the larger hotels that cater to spring breakers as depending on where you stay you wont be able to bring girls back from the bars unless they are staying at the same hotel you are.
|01-19-2012 04:43 PM|
Originally Posted by BarrettDSP View Post
i was reading on trip advisor and everyone gave oasis such bad reviews...like terrible reviews. but i'm just wondering if trip advisor is just full of married couples that go on their honeymoon and stuff. if it's anything like the snowboarding trips i go on with a bunch of randoms then fuck it'll be epic. how were the beds? i always hear the sleeping arangements aren't that good there. beds are hard and stiff, uncomfortable to sleep in. right now the oasis is currently going for about $1200/person. i was looking at the riu resorts and that's going around $1500 person which i hear is kind of expensive but never been anywhere. oasis does sound not bad though, even though it got terrible reviews
|01-19-2012 04:28 PM|
|BoardWalk||Barcelo Maya Palace Deluxe is pretty nice. We had a group that stayed there a couple of years ago. It's a very large gated resort, nice rooms, bars and pools all over the place. I think we payed something like 1200.00 per person (all inclusive) for 6 days 7 nights with air fare included. Good food too.|
|01-19-2012 04:20 PM|
In College I went for Spring Break(2003) and stayed at Oasis Playa which was nice and had a good party atmosphere without all the craziness and you could also go to their sister hotels for free. The Oasis is the big spring break party hotel if you are looking for the really wild place. We went for a week and went through a local travel agent and spent about $1000 for air/hotels. We did the clubs everynight and most of the bigger hotels will have a shuttle from your hotel to take you to the bars with the hotel activities staff. Most of the time it would cost about $50 which includes immediate access to the club and all you can drink. You will have to take the public bus home which is only 60 cents or take a taxi but the public transportation is fine as it will all be spring breakers. If you are a drinker I would definetly stay at an all-inclusive(we did). My wife and I did an anniversary trip last summer to Cancun and stayed at Sun Palace but its a couples resort and alot pricier. There are several big companies that specialize in Student travel so look into them online.
Cancun is not as dangerous as some make it out to be, they depend on tourism and if you stay in the Hotel zone you will be fine. Its just like anywhere if you pay attention to your surroundings you will be fine but if you get crazy drunk and act a fool expect to get messed with.
You will have a blast and the week will go by faster than you want it too.
|01-19-2012 01:57 PM|
Western Mexico (Yucatan and Quintana Roo) are fairly safe, touristy and developed. I'm not sure on resorts, we stayed at a few different ones with all inclusive and they're all pretty nice. Some might have slightly better customer service, some might have better amenities. There are basically three tiers: bargain bin which aren't that great, mid level which are probably what you want (look for age of construction) and then the ones for honey-mooners and people with loads of dough.
Keep in mind that in 2005, a huge hurricane came through and wiped out a lot of stuff and the rebuilt most of it in '06. So if you can find something like that, it should be fairly new and nice.
|01-19-2012 01:33 PM|
Originally Posted by JeffreyCH View Post
that's the one thing i was kinda concerned about but i heard that if you stay in the resorts you should be safe...lol
|01-19-2012 01:14 PM|
|JeffreyCH||Try not to get kidnapped or murdered|
|01-19-2012 01:09 PM|
|forestfalcon||Tulum is pretty sweet. Nice beaches, nice water (not a bunch of crap to step on in the ocean), a really nice, pretty quiet place if you're trying to work off a hangover. It's mostly eco resorts, so if you're a fan of a/c, not a place you'd find super comfortable. I liked it, but I've also had to stay in bad biology lab stations in the middle of the rainforest...|
|01-19-2012 01:05 PM|
Originally Posted by CheeseForSteeze View Post
what about the resorts? which ones do you suggest? if you've stayed overnight there
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