- Charges for extra guests may apply and vary depending on the property's policy.
- A credit card for incidental charges and a government-issued photo ID are required at check-in.
- Special requests are subject to availability at the time of check-in and can't be guaranteed. Certain requests may come with additional charges.
- The minimum check-in age for Spring Break is 18 years old.
- The following credit cards are accepted: American Express, MasterCard, and Visa.
- Registered guests are the only ones allowed in guestrooms.
- There are no elevators.
- No rollaway or extra beds are available.
Hotel Margaritas Cancun2.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
I booked a room at the hotel as a layover between flying in to Cancun and catching the ferry out to Isla Mujeres. I didn't expect much, since I only planned to be at the hotel for the night, but was pleasantly surprised at the quality and service. The staff were very helpful, the room clean and comfortable, the restaraunt served a very tasty (and huge) Cubano sandwich, i got a good workout in at the provided gym, and the courtyard pool was a chilled out place to unwind from a hectic day of travelling. I hope to stay there again on my way home later in the month.
I booked this hotel on priceline for 50 dollars. When I showed up to check in the Guy kept putting me on hold.. Every time I guess walk up with a issue or problem he would stop working with me. Then we would start the process check in all over again he would ask the same questions what's your confirmation number. That must of went on for like 15 minutes. Finally he said he could not find my reservations. He did not make any effort to find it. It was apparent that he was charging alot of money for rooms $100 a night because apparently it became very busy and Cancun that night. I contacted price line and my reservation was there. The hotel did offer to check me in if I would pay the exorbitant right of a double $100. Then they lied to price line and said they were sold out. It is apparent that this place is a scanning place were they try to get double the money. I went to the hotel adhara next door booked and on expedient and was in my room and 30 minutes were no problems for 70 a dollars.... It was not a great experience to be in Mexico late at night and denied your room that you had paid for This hotel is no more than a 2 star hotel. Upon check in so many problems with the customers coming into the desk with a rooms keys and issues problems... When priceline Confronted The hotel they lied and said they were sold out is the reason my room was denied... But yet they offered to check me and for double the price 100... In end it worked out for me I left this dump hotel and went to the one next door and it was great
Gorgeous hotel with comfortable beds, shower and restaurant. Approx $58/night. Shuttle to Mandalay beach. Spend about $10 for umbrella and 2 chairs for the day. Little hut with beer and cold drinks. Hotel is also called Adhara. Very pleasant people, and most helpful.
Recently spent a night here upon arrival in Cancun. Staff were friendly and courteous. The room was perfectly adequate, though the wifi signal was very weak. In terms of transport links, the hotel is very well located, close to the ADO bus station. However the area is quite lonely at night. Perhaps a little sketchy. We were advised to take a taxi when going out to eat in the evening. Which we didn't do. I would consider staying here again when arriving in or leaving Mexico.
The security guard, who is supposed to help guests feel safe, is colluding with taxi drivers so if guests requests Ubers, he calls the taxi drivers to stop the uber car from picking up passengers. He also charges a $50 fee per taxi onto guests simply for calling them. No one at the front desk to complain to.
If your looking for a nice inexpensive hotel while vacationing in Cancun, the Hotel Margaritas might be for you. It's located downtown and not too far from the business district. The hotel staff was courteous, the room was clean and it was easy to catch cabs. It appears that this hotel is part of the Adhara Hotel since it is all one building that has been blocked off. The pool is in the center and costs a buck to use, if you're staying on the Margaritas side. We had breakfast on the Adhara side by exiting the Margaritas and entering the Adhara front entrance. We enjoyed a nice breakfast buffet each morning $$. It's not that far from the beach and the price was right. We will probably be staying here again next year.
When we came to Hotel Margaritas, we were welcomed by complimentary 24-hour security and so-so parking. It is 2 blocks from a great market, Mercado 23, which was amazing. The workers were friendly, and the pool was great, with lights, palm trees, a bar in the pool that we swam up to, and a nice restaurant. However, there were no washcloths there, but that seemed to be throughout mexico, and I warn you, the water tastes TERRIBLE. I couldn't drink it. But overall, it was a nice stay there, and we recommend it.
Rooms are super clean, spacious For the money is worth it, it shares the facilities of Adhara Hotel, this is the Small version, you pay a small fee to use the pool wich they reimburse you as Credit for meals and drinks. Free WiFi Location is not the best it's in a part of town that feels like empty, but taxis and uber Are always at hand and accessories to malls and beach is just 5 min drive. Great fresh coffee and you get a 10% off if you pay for breakfast in advance. Over all good value for a weekend stay
i was more than pleased with my families stay. we stayed for 2 weeks and everything well perfect. Marco, the night security guard was amazing and helped us so much. he was a real treat to meet. Lourdes, the housekeeper was on the ball and kept our room spotless. she was really nice as well. the front desk was so helpful and resolved any issues within literally 3-4 minutes ( air conditioner turned off by itself) the staff at the restaurant were so nice and were always joking with my son. i would definitely stay here again.
The hotel was a good place for a 1 night stay before flying home. Traveled with my boyfriend, we gad a nice evening at the pool even though we had to pay $50 pesos each. A little noisy, we could hear everything happening in the hallway. We were very tired that we quickly went to sleep. AC was nice and cold, beds were ok, bathroom was decent and security was great!
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Free parking
Located in Downtown Cancun, Hotel Margaritas Cancun is a leisurely stroll from sights such as Séptimo Día Adventist Church and Mercado 23. This 64-room hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like free in-room WiFi, free self parking, and dry cleaning/laundry services. It's in central Cancun and also a short walk from Benito Juarez Municipal Building and Cristo Rey Church.
Satisfy your hunger from the comfort of your room with room service.
The 64 rooms are air-conditioned and have an array of amenities, including safes, phones, and ironing boards. Guests can expect free WiFi and cable TV. Other standard amenities include hair dryers and desks.
Guests of Hotel Margaritas Cancun enjoy free WiFi in public areas, a meeting room, and wedding services. You can take advantage of free parking, along with a free beach shuttle. Dry cleaning/laundry services make packing light an option.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
63.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 163 reviews