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  • Revisiting Cancun: Move over, spring break - 1 of 13

    Revisiting Cancun: Move over, spring break

    Eager to see Cancun as more than a spring break destination, Travel Weekly's Jenny Hart headed to the JW Marriott Cancun Resort & Spa for a trip highlighting local luxury. In addition to spending quality time at the resort, Jenny enjoyed local Mexican culture and cuisine off-site. Pictured here, the JW Marriott's pool and beach area. TW photos by Jenny Hart

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    Revisiting Cancun: Move over, spring break

    The infinity pool at the JW Marriott Cancun Resort & Spa.

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    Revisiting Cancun: Move over, spring break

    The lobby bar at the JW Marriott Cancun Resort & Spa.

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    Revisiting Cancun: Move over, spring break

    Tequila tasting at the JW Marriott included three tequilas (from right): blanca, reposado and anejo. Post sip supplements: sangrita, raw agave, an orange slice dusted with cinnamon and a fudge brownie.

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    Revisiting Cancun: Move over, spring break

    Enchiladas at La Cueva del Chango in Playa del Carmen.

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    Revisiting Cancun: Move over, spring break

    Mexican wrestling masks for sale in Playa del Carmen.

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    Revisiting Cancun: Move over, spring break

    Aerial shot of natural water park, Cenote Azul, located in Riviera Maya, about an hour's drive from the JW Marriott Cancun. Cenotes are groundwater holes fed by the Yucatan's underground rivers and were sacred to Mayans.

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    Revisiting Cancun: Move over, spring break

    Cliff jumping at Cenote Azul.

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    Revisiting Cancun: Move over, spring break

    Hiking trails at Cenote Azul featured Mayan inspired decorations.

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    Revisiting Cancun: Move over, spring break

    The high speed ferry to Isla Mujeres. The island is located about eight miles northeast of Cancun and visitors can catch a ferry from several points in town.

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    Revisiting Cancun: Move over, spring break

    Polo's Mango Cafe on Isla Mujeres. Menu highlights include green apple guacamole and watermelon mimosas.

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    Revisiting Cancun: Move over, spring break

    Playa Norte is located on the north end of Isla Mujeres.

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    Revisiting Cancun: Move over, spring break

    Jewelry for sale on Isla Mujeres.

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