Cancun has become Mexico’s tourist capital and one of the world's top destinations with top hotels and resorts, great infrastructure, and the amenities to support over three million annual visitors.
Located in the state of Quintana Roo and surrounded by the Caribbean Sea, this city is famous for its white sands and warm waters. It offers a variety of aquatic activities, such as parasailing, submarine tours, boating excursions and fishing. Cancun is a Mayan word that means “nest of serpents”, and is the point of entry to many spectacular archeological zones in the Yucatan Peninsula, making it not only a relaxing resort destination but also a culturally rich urban center.
Cancun has hosted key international events, including the 2010 UNFCCC: COP 16 & Kyoto Protocol CMP 6 Conference.
Cancun is one of Mexico’s top leaders in international meetings with over 34,000 hotel rooms, 1,647,800 square feet of event space, and 30 hotels that specialize in accommodating groups and events.
Cancun Center is Cancun’s largest venue with 151,940 square feet of event space located in the center of the hotel zone.
Another option is Cancun’s impressive Moon Palace Spa & Resort which has 2,357 rooms, a capacity of up to 627 persons in five meeting rooms and the latest high tech audio visual and communications equipment.
Cancun International Airport is just 15 minutes from the heart of Boulevard Kukulkan, Cancun’s hotel center, and has direct flights to and from 24 American cities and international metropolitan areas, including Sao Paolo, Paris and Rome.
|Flights / Month|
34,000 (rooms / night)
|Cancun Center||151,940||1 Exhibition Area
40 Breakout Area
|Jesús Almaguer Salazar
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|Daniela Martínez Carrillo
Convention & Groups Director
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