See why so many travellers make Las Palapas Cancun their small hotel of choice when visiting Cancun. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as El Parque de las Palapas (0.3 mi) and El Rey Ruins (Zona Arqueologica El Rey) (0.4 mi), guests of Las Palapas Cancun can easily experience some of Cancun's most well known attractions.
The rooms offer air conditioning, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.
Travellers looking to enjoy some shrimp can head to La Parrilla, Bovino's Churrascaría, or La Habichuela Downtown. Otherwise, you may want to check out a steakhouse such as Mr. Pampas, La Vicenta Cancun, or Brazilian Rodizio.
If you’re looking for something to do, Museo de Arte Popular Mexicano is a nice way to spend some time.
At Las Palapas Cancun, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Cancun.
Our favorite place to eat during our stay in Cancun was a park called Parque de Las Palapas. It has lots of food vendors to choose from, and you can sit and eat at colorful tables covered with umbrellas. There’s a bouncy house and other activities for kids. They also have a stage with live music. We stuffed ourselves to the gills on tacos, churros, sorbet (try the guanabana), and something called a marquesita. A marquesita is a dessert food that is kind of a cross between a quesadilla, a waffle cone, and a crepe. They fill the crunchy “crepe” with a sweet topping of your choosing – we got Nutella – and then they add grated cheese. I was skeptical at first, but the combination of Nutella and cheese was surprisingly tasty. Apparently marquesitas are very popular in Cancun because Las Palapas had more marquesita stands than churro stands. Las Palapas is open Wednesday – Sunday evenings and is very popular with the locals. Be sure to bring 5 pesos to use the bathroom. There is also an ice cream shop across the street from the park where you can try adventurous new ice cream flavors like corn and cheese.…
This is the best spot for food in Cancun we have found so far! A spot the locals eat. A small park with tables with umbrellas and a bunch of food stalls. The prices are great and the food is excellent.
The wife and I came here to do a little shopping and get something to eat. Very relaxing, lots of food vendors and people smiling and enjoying the shade. We stopped at "gory tacos" for a margarita and a beer and some Ceviche and we were very pleased
Great food snacks and lots of junk food ! We stayed near by while on vacation in cancun so las palapas was a place we hung out at night eating and enjoying the local activities on stage thete was always something going on great music food and drinks lots of places to eat very cheap and the food was great! Very recommend and extremely safe nothing to worry about. Enjoy las palapas.
The Jazz music was great on that Thursday night (that's when the have the Jazz music). They accepted requests for our favorite jazz pieces. The food was great too, authentic, but sophisticated cuisine. The outside restaurant had a hutlike roof and situated next to the lagoon. Our group of 7 friends at a table loved the atmosphere. I wanted to sit closest to the lagoon. It was a little cool that night so they had the plastic covering on the side, but we still could see through it to the beautiful lagoon. The wait staff was excellent and everyone was friendly. The price was reasonable. I would definitely go again when I come back to Cancun.