Published On: Thu, Sep 6th, 2018

Bachelorette Party in Cancun Fiesta, siesta, tequila, repeat…

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Let’s begin with a word of praise: If you’re heading to Cancun for your bach, you’ve already made an excellent choice. You’ve got your sunshine, your white-sand beaches, your sparkly turquoise waters, your margaritas, your tacos, your tacos again, your spa treatments, your Mayan culture, and your borderline-cheesy-but-actually-sort-of-perfect-for-bacheloretting nightclub scene. Here, you can party with your favorite women—and one dude by the name of Don Julio.

Head to an Airbnb close to the Hotel Zone, where most of the action is in town. Yes, Cancun is filled with all-inclusive resorts of spring-break fame, and although you could stay in one of those if you want to (you do you), you run the risk of getting sucked into the hotel and missing out on all the other great beaches and bars the area has to offer. Staying in an Airbnb gives you more flexibility, saves you money, and, perhaps most importantly, is the best way to guarantee quality hang time with your ladies—which ultimately is what bacheloretting is really all about.

The best part? Tons of beautiful beach villas in Cancun just scream, “ladies’ weekend to end all ladies weekends.” The key is to make sure it’s near the Hotel Zone, so you can get home easily after what undoubtedly will be a tequila- and mezcal-filled night. Check out this one that fits up to 15 people (what up, private pool) or this one, which fits more than 16 and is a bit further away from the Hotel Zone if you don’t want to be in the thick of it all.

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