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      Checking in at Nizuc Resort & Spa

      The year-old-old Nizuc Resort & Spa in Punta Nizuc, Mexico, is the flagship property of the Nizuc luxury brand, part of Mexico City-based Las Brisas Hotel Collection's portfolio of seven resorts. Design, decor, accessories and furnishings were choreographed by Guadalajaran architect and interior design Alejandro Escudero. Photos by Gay Nagle Myers

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      Checking in at Nizuc Resort & Spa

      The word Nizuc (nik-ZOOK) means "nose of the dog" and it describes the shape of the peninsula along the Laguna Nichupte, flanked by two beaches with a view of the Mesoamerican Reef and the high-rise resorts of Cancun in the distance.

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      Checking in at Nizuc Resort & Spa

      The resort's stone urns silhouette views of the Caribbean Sea in the distance by day; by night, flames dance around the urn's interior to reflect the pools and beach.

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      Checking in at Nizuc Resort & Spa

      Nizuc Resort & Spa offers six a la carte themed restaurants, each headed by a young, enthusiastic culinary team. Ramona featured several Mayan dishes, such as the seafood tikinxic. The word refers to the way the chefs cook the sauce.

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      Checking in at Nizuc Resort & Spa

      The adult side of Nizuc Resort & Spa features an infinity pool, flanked by sun lounges and the adjacent Punta Grill.

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      Checking in at Nizuc Resort & Spa

      Two guests soak in the view from the infinity pool at Nizuc Resort & Spa.

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      Checking in at Nizuc Resort & Spa

      Mexico editor Gay Nagle Myers and her daughter Jenn were novices in the sport of SUP (stand up paddle boarding), but discovered a fun and fairly easy sport in the process.

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      Checking in at Nizuc Resort & Spa

      The Punta Grill & Lounge was the original retreat house on the grounds of the once presidential retreat, where Nizuc Resort & Spa now stands.

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      Checking in at Nizuc Resort & Spa

      An order for cafe con leche (coffee with milk) carried a foamy, affectionate message from the chef.

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      Checking in at Nizuc Resort & Spa

      Seafood, served in a variety of ways, is a specialty in several of Nizuc Resort & Spa's restaurants. Here, lobster salad with strawberries was the main course at lunch.

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      Checking in at Nizuc Resort & Spa

      Beach butlers roam the beach at Nizuc Resort & Spa, bringing towels, beverages, menu items and sunscreen.

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      Checking in at Nizuc Resort & Spa

      The pool area on the family side of Nizuc Resort & Spa.

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      Checking in at Nizuc Resort & Spa

      Squid ink pasta was another of the unusual and tasty items on the menu at Nizuc Resort & Spa.

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      Checking in at Nizuc Resort & Spa

      Not your run-of-the-mill margaritas! These are rimmed with salt and a pinch of habanero ground pepper.

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      Checking in at Nizuc Resort & Spa

      The entrance to AquaWorld, a watersports attraction in Cancun that offers boat tours to the Underwater Museum and nearby reefs and lagoons for snorkeling and diving.

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