The Ritz-Carlton, Cancun Entices You With an Alluring Moonlight Fest

It doesn’t take much for us to want to pack our bags and head out of town for a relaxing beach vacation. Sure the thought of zipping through town in a Bentley or Lotus sounds completely thrilling, but mostly, we’d just like to feel the sand in our toes, smell that ocean breeze and hang out with our friends. The Ritz-Carlton, Cancun has started “The Moonlight Fest,” nights where they bring out a guitarist who plays guests’ requests along with Mexican romance tunes. Sing along while sipping Mai Tais by the beach. I like how the Ritz describes it: “Every month, when the silver moonlight paints the sea, the natural scenery of this private oasis creates the perfect ambiance to talk, sing and delight around an alluring bonfire. While traveling, our guests want to take home enchanting moments to be cherished forever. In our commitment to always create splendid experiences, we have expanded our facilities to unveil the best beach club in Cancun, perfectly blending the need for relaxation with a vibrant party mood to luxuriate by the sea. The Moonlight Fest invites to make friends and memories for life, while enjoying the soft breeze of the Caribbean", mentioned Hermann Elger, general manager of The Ritz-Carlton, Cancun. Sounds like a wonderful way to experience the warm nights in Cancun.

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