Description:The hotel is not a kosher hotel, but it is very conveniently located just across the street from a synagogue. You can buy kosher products in one of the supermarkets in downtown Cancun and on Shabbat, order a Shabbat package from local Chabad. The ho... [more]
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Kosher breakfast available upon advance request
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