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The villa on two levels and two bedrooms has ceiling fans, air conditioners, cable and internet. The second level has a balcony with partial ocean view, dining room, refrigerator, equipped kitchenette, lounge with a flat screen TV and 1/2 bath. And on the first level: A bathroom and two bedrooms with flat screen TVs, master room with queen size bed and garden access, the secondary room with double bed. The Villa has a parking space included. Housekeeping is provided for an extra cost. Villas Marlin you can enjoy the beach, 3 pools, 3 jacuzzis, lounge chairs and umbrellas area. For your convenience we will provide you beach towels without charge. Enjoy an unforgettable holiday in Villas Marlin, located on the beach in Cancun Hotel Zone, two blocks from the famous mall "Plaza la Isla" and just opposite the sophisticated mall "Kukulkan", where you can find for your comfort, a grocery store. "Plaza la Isla" dazzles visitors with its architectural style of villa which is also located on Nichupte Lagoon. You can find here amazing restaurants and luxury jewelers and clothes shops. And also an Interactive Aquarium offers several shows such as swimming with dolphins, feed a shark among other things. Nichupte Lagoon is just crossing the street, and provides tourists the opportunity to rent yachts for fishing or just for fun, as well as explore the lagoon in speedboats and jet skis and other water activities. Villas Marlin is located near of the best clubs area in Cancun, where you will find Coco Bongo, Mandala, The City, Palazzo. And you can go there easily and cheaply just taking the local bus which will take you straight. The Maya Museum Cancun is an exhibition space intended for culture that is at kilometer 16.5 Boulevard Kukulcan in the Hotel Zone of Cancun in Quintana Roo, Mexico. It's in the jungle called San Miguelito, a few meters from the Nichupte Lagoon and is integrated into the archaeological site of San Miguelito, which together with the museum visit enclosure, making a total open area the audience of just over 80 hectares. You also can visit the archeological area called "El Rey" The El Rey Ruins are all that remains of an ancient Mayan city, abandoned following the arrival of the Spanish settlers. As you explore the 47 stone structures and let your imagination fill in the details and color of ancient Mayan life. Climb to the top of the highest structure to find a Mayan temple and the burial site of an important Mayan figure.