Spring Break 2009

Discussion in 'Cancun Forum' started by Jae, May 23, 2008.

  1. Jae

    Jae Newbie Registered Member

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    Hey ladies and gents

    I'm more than definitely heading over to Cancun next year with some of my mates. But, being from Australia, I'm still kind of ignorant as to when the best time to go would be (despite spending a whole lot of time reading through this forum). We're looking at the easter week, as in 10-17 April. Is this a good time or have most colleges had their breaks by then? Either way, I'm bloody excited!

    PS Thoughts on Oasis Cancun?

    Ta!
     
  2. Jae

    Jae Newbie Registered Member

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    Eugh so reading through just one more thread after I posted that I pretty much got the answers to my questions... peak week 7-14 march and Oasis has drawn the line in the dirt as to whether it's a dump or amazing. But what do we reckon easter week will be like anyway?
     
  3. Fletch

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    not sure about easter weekend....but peak week (the dates listed) is SWAMPED with college kids, way more than during easter.....oasis is a dump but its THE party hotel
     
  4. EngineerGuy

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    Oasis Cancun for SURE!! I wouldnt call it a dump........there rooms are average and clean, the food is ok but does the trick, the party atmosphere and the ground and pool are amazing!
     
  5. hw711

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    If you are used to Motel 6....
     
  6. trigger2002

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    Rooms suck , Grounds and pool look Great , Food Poor , Party out of this world. So from that decide what your really needing on spring break the pool and party are the high priorities for most.
     
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    hw711 Moderator/Dance Machine Registered Member

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    Yeah, that's more accurate assessment. You can have the best of both worlds by staying somewhere nice and getting a day pass for $19.
     
  8. EngineerGuy

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    day passes are only good from 11am to 6pm or so. The night time pre party in the lobby bar is a MUST. Oasis or bust!!
     
  9. mugway05

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    Mate from 1 Aussie to another:

    Trust me you want to be in Cancun around mid March. Thats the busiest and best time. I have been for 3 Spring Breaks now and every year it just keeps getting better. There was a massive crew of Aussies in Cancun this year and it made it the best spring break ever. Always up for a luagh and a good time. If you want to know any thing else mate just PM and I will be more than happy to help ya out.
    Take it easy

    Mick
     
  10. NickyD

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    There's mad heads in Cancun during March.. like Luda said from ALL OVER DA WORLD.

    Anyone like the In This Club remix? makes me think of the sandy beaches in CANCUN which we'll be on in less then 10 months!!!!!!!
     
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