New NIZUC

Punta Mita, Mexico
Punta Mita, Mexico // Photo by axl5188/iStock/Getty Images Plus/Getty Images

 

NIZUC Resort & Spa
The suites at NIZUC Resort & Spa all boast large infinity pools.

 

If you haven’t already heard, there’s a new kid on Cancun’s luxury block. NIZUC Resort & Spa opened last March and is still turning heads.

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The resort sits on 29 acres and comprises 274 suites and villas. Signature categories include 29 Garden Pool Villas, including the Presidential and Nizuc Suites; 44 Ocean Suites; and 201 Residence Suites. Outdoor features in the suites include private pools, outdoor gardens, decks and more. 

Top Touch: The Presidential Suite Villa is a grand 5,550 square feet. It is a two-bedroom space with a 409-square-foot rooftop sundeck, and 2,280 square feet of outdoor areas. The villa has its own tropical garden and infinity pool. Inside, guests will find bathrooms with deep soaking tubs and separate rainfall showers. Outdoor showers are also available. Be sure to ask about butler service. 

On site, VIPs will find two beaches, a kids club and four bars. Gourmands will love the six restaurants, which serve everything from traditional Mexican and Peruvian, to seafood, steaks and Asian cuisine. 

The Nizuc Spa by ESPA is a massive 30,000 square feet. We hear the signature Mayan Cacao massage is to die for. 

Contact Director of Sales Maria Elena Armenta with questions ([email protected]).

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