Set in a quiet area 6 km (less than 4 mi) from Cancún's all-night entertainment center, the Golden Parnassus Resort & Spa-Adults Only-All Inclusive offers tranquil holidays for guests age 18 and older.
The large fitness center contains cardio machines, a Universal gym, and free weights, and includes women's and men's saunas, steam rooms, and plunge pools.
Guests can walk to the beach because the resort offers direct access from the property.
Wireless (high-speed) Internet access (surcharge) and ATM/banking are available.
The All Inclusive Plan includes tennis on a lighted court, aerobics, yoga, and beach volleyball.
Also included are use of kayaks, paddleboats, and windsurfers at Aqua World marina 2 km (1.25 mi) away on Nichupté Lagoon.
Guests are provided with coffee in the lobby, and can enjoy a game of billiards or pool. Public areas are air-conditioned and smoking is permitted in designated areas. Choices include sandwiches, burgers, steaks, prime rib, salmon, chicken, three styles of pork ribs, and vegetarian dishes. Sumo - Japanese restaurant offering à la carte dinner service and a sushi bar. Pier 12 - Casual oceanfront restaurant specializing in à la carte seafood for lunch, dinner.
Every night, Golden Golden Parnassus Resort & Spa-Adults Only-All Inclusive provides complimentary one-way shuttle service to a Cancún nightclub. Paradise - Glass-walled dining room and ocean-view terrace. Main courses such as beef tenderloin in herb-marrow crust, fish and lobster in champagne cream sauce, game hen with shrimp, morels, and asparagus in Riesling sauce. Dress code: long pants, collared shirts, and closed-toe shoes for men. Choices such as oyster stew, seafood soup with Pernod, crab cakes, grilled tuna, steamed mussels. Sixtie's - Casual bar featuring DJ music, dance floor, game tables, overstuffed lounge seating. The Breeze - Open-air poolside spot open for snacks and tropical drinks. Tiki - Beach bar open late morning to after midnight.
After much anticipation, the rock-stage headliner for the annual Fiesta Oyster Bake was officially announced within the hour. The Atlanta hard rockers and longtime Alamo City favorites will play before the largest crowd the band has ever seen here, taking the stage at p.m. April 18 by closing out the two-day festival at St. Nonpoint, which let the cat out of the bag regarding its Oyster Bake performance last month, was the only other rock band revealed today. The Fiesta Oyster Bake says the rest of the rock roster "will be coming really soon" and that "all entertainment is subject to change." The Oyster Bake's Tejano, R&B and country music lineups were announced earlier.