Now Jade Riviera Cancun

Puerto Morelos Resort
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Total Meeting Space1,858 sq. m
Guest Rooms550
Unidad 26 Mz. 20 Lote 1-1 Sm.3
Puerto Morelos Benito Juarez
Puerto Morelos 77580

Now Jade Riviera Cancun

Puerto Morelos Resort
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AAA 4 Diamonds Award: Hotels with this award are upscale in all areas. Accommodations are progressively more refined and stylish. The physical attributes reflect an obvious enhanced level of quality throughout. The fundamental hallmarks at this level include an extensive array of amenities combined with a high degree of hospitality, service, and attention to detail. 2017 TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence Award Now Jade Riviera Cancun has received the 2017 TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence Award. The award is a testament to the resorts' outstanding customer experiences. The resort has been given the Roaming Gnome plaque to denote this accomplishment. Rainforest Alliance Verified Now Jade Riviera Cancun has achieved significant and measurable sustainability milestones and has been awarded with the Rainforest Alliance Verified™ mark. The requirements for verification are aligned with the Global Sustainable Tourism Criteria. This verification assures the commitment of Now Jade to reduce the impact of its activities on the planet and local communities. Distintivo S El distintivo “S” es un reconocimiento a las buenas prácticas sustentables, en el desarrollo de proyectos turísticos y el compromiso de las empresas turísticas que operan en México bajo los criterios globales de sustentabilidad.


Room Features and Guest Services

  • Concierge Services
  • Internet Access
  • Laundry Service
  • Room Service


  • All inclusive
  • Onsite Catering
  • Onsite Restaurant
  • Space (Private)
  • Wheelchair Accessible


  • AV Capabilities
  • Business Center

Recreational Activities

  • Health Club
  • Outdoor Pool
  • Spa or Salon
  • Tennis Courts
  • Whirlpool

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Meeting Space

Total Meeting Space1,858 sq. m
Meeting Rooms8
Largest Room995 sq. m
Second Largest Room840 sq. m
Space (Private)Available

Guest Rooms

Total Guest Rooms550
Singles (1 Bed)276
Doubles (2 Beds)274
Single (1 Bed) Rate$175.00 – $400.00
Double (2 Beds) Rate$109.00 – $250.00




Local Attractions

Isla Holbox

2 Hours away
Holbox ("black hole" in Yucatec Maya) is an island in the Mexican state of Quintana Roo, located on the north coast of the Yucatán Peninsula. It is approximately 41,84 kilometers long and 1.5 kilometers wide, and it is separated from the mainland by a shallow lagoon that is home to flamingos, pelicans and other rich birdlife. Holbox Island is part of the Municipality of Lázaro Cárdenas and also part of the Yum-Balam Biosphere Reserve. Not yet heavily touristed, the island's main industry is fishing. However, the island is developing a growing tourist industry in the form of whale shark viewing. The island is accessed by ferry from the mainland town of Chiquila, and has virtually no cars, with transport by most residents and tourists by golf cart or moped. A small airline, Aerosaab, flies tours to Holbox from Cancún and Playa del Carmen; there is even a small airstrip to accommodate Aerosaab's five-seater Cessna aircraft. The entrance of vehicles is not allowed at Holbox in order to protect the environment and to prevent the streets from getting sand. Holbox has several alternatives to enjoy nature, but the one that attracts most visitors is the experience of swimming with the impressive whale shark from June to September, an opportunity you can experience in very few parts of the world. Another alternative is “Isla Pájaros” (Bird Island), a small island covered in mangrove swamps and cacti, located on the Yalahau lagoon, where there is a large diversity of birds, some of them are in danger of extinction, that’s why there are two observation points and walkways – to minimize the direct contact with the birds. Flamingos, cormorants, herons, frigate birds, pelicans, wild ducks and seagulls are just some of the species you can observe in a still natural environment.


30 minutes away
Golf Course designed by Nick Price Grand Coral Riviera Maya Resort is an excellent example of the way in which golf course designers and developers are working proactively with environmental groups and government agencies, among others, to create golf courses that are planned, constructed and maintained according to a set of standards that fulfill and even surpass local and federal environmental requirements. The exclusive location of our new resort in Mexico–within the city limits of Playa del Carmen right next to the Caribbean Sea–presents a unique challenge for a greens designer: that of creating a Riviera Maya golf course that satisfies the needs of the area’s growing population while, whenever possible, protecting native vegetation and minimizing the need for excess water consumption. The vision of golf course designer Nick Price was to create a golf course that naturally adjusted and was sensitive to the beauty of the already existing environment. The design team carried out a planning and routing study in conjunction with a team of carefully selected experts made up of the Grupo Grand Coral Developer, wildlife consultants, biologists, civil engineers and environmental consultants. The planning team identified the following areas and issues that require careful handling of the land: Wildlife conservation and improvement of their habitat. Water conservation. Water quality management. Erosion and sedimentation control plan. All-encompassing pest management program.

Isla Cozumel

45 mi. away
Beyond the breathtaking waters and ribbons of white sand is a land steeped in rich history and ancient wonders. And at every turn, there is something exciting to discover and explore. From the majestic archeological site in San Gervasio to the rustic, vivid green church in El Cedral, Cozumel has many stories to share. And their origins go back to 300 A.D. when the first Mayans settled on the island. Before there were vacation seekers, there were religious pilgrimages, as many women came to pay homage to the fertility goddess, Ixchel. Through every passing century, Cozumel became one of the most important sanctuaries in the Yucatan region. And the Mayan influence remains today. But that is just the beginning. Let us take you on a guided tour and uncover the magic of the ancient Maya. You’ll soon realize why this is like no other island in the world.


Historical Landmark
120 mi. away
Chichen Itza city was the most important capital city of the Maya area in the Classic period and the beginning of Post Classic. When Spaniards arrived, it was the most visited center of cult and pilgrimage of Yucatan Peninsula. Chichen Itza and the Cenote of Sacrifices were, and still are, sacred centers for the Maya. This is a Cultural Heritage Zone of Mexico, and due to its importance was inscribed in UNESCO World Heritage list in 1988. Chichen Itza holds uttermost valuable information of Pre Hispanic past. Due to its beauty and singularity, it is a cultural referent for Mexicans and a symbol of national and indigenous identity. The Pre Hispanic city of Chichen Itza is nowadays a tourist destination visited each year by more than a million people. The most prominent building of the metropolis, Kukulcan Pyramid, known as El Castillo, has become an emblem of the Maya culture all over the world. As the pole of tourist attraction it has become, Chichen Itza faces the great challenge of achieving sustainable development and at the same time, guarantee the integral conservation of the legacy of generations to come. The area that can be visited is 47 hectares long, but the protected zone of Chichen Itza is more than 15 square kilometers, and includes all of the monumental buildings of the city. This delimitation is known as Protection Polygonal. The National Institute of History and Anthropology (INAH) is in charge of the protection, study and outreach of the Archaeological Heritage in Mexico. In Chichen Itza, several research and conservation projects are held by an interdisciplinary group of professionals that includes archaeologists, restorers and anthropologists, as well as specialized workers that live in the surrounding areas.

Isla Mujeres

2 Hours away
Isla Mujeres is located on the coast East of the the Yucatan Peninsula, facing the Bay of Cancun. Just 7.5 km long and 500 meters wide, received its name in the 16th century when the Spanish encountered hundreds of sculptures of the female gender. The locals are fishermen and divers who have lived here for generations; people who wish to retain the island as a paradise. The sunset is spectacular: a ball of fire which goes down on the water, behind the urban landscape of Cancun. On the island you will find many places of interest like the Garrafon National Park, a Mayan Temple and a turtle farm. For lovers of diving, El Farito reefs, Punta Norte and Manchones, as well as the cave of the sleeping sharks are.

Cancun International Airport

11 mi. away
Airport Name:Cancun International Airport IATA Code: CUN ICAO Code: MMUN Phone: +52 998 848 7200 Address: Carretera Cancun-Chetumal KM.22 Cancun, Q. Roo, Mexcio 75220 Longitud: 86° 52' 37" Latitude: 21° 2' 12" World Area Code: 148 GMT: -6.00 hrs. Cancun Airport International (CUN) is one of the busiest airports in the Caribbean and the point of entry to the "Mundo Maya". Every year millions of people visit Cancun and the Riviera Maya and the number of visitors is expected to increase rapidly thanks to the new mega-resorts already in construction all over the area. Major international airlines as well as charter airlines have direct or connecting flights to Cancun every day. Now more than ever Cancun Airport International is easy accessible from almost every major city in the world. With first class shops, restaurants and services, Cancun Airport is one of the easiest most convenient airports to fly to/from in Mexico.
Carretera Cancun-Chetumal Km. 22
Cancun, MX 75220


Historical Landmark
82 mi. away
16th century sources designate the site as "Zama", possibly related to the Mayan Word for "tomorrow", which is understandable because it is located in the highest area of the East Coast, where to watch the Sunrise is a wonderful spectacle. The name of Tulum, therefore, appears to be relatively recent. Translated into Spanish as "wall" or "Palisade", in clear reference to the wall that is preserved here, this name seems to have been employed to designate the city when it was already in ruins. The site was named Tulum in the 19th century, when Stephens and Catherwood "rediscovered it" completely abandoned, just before the start of the Indian uprising known as "War of chaste" (1847). Tulum is one of the American sites more formerly registered by the Western world. In 1518, the Spanish chronicler Juan Díaz recounted having seen a "big Seville" city, with a tower which was no doubt El Castillo de Tulum, place occupied at the time by the inhabitants of that independent maya headquarters. Archaeological studies published in recent years indicate that there is consistent evidence to assure that Tulum would have been one of the major Mayan cities of the 13th and 14th centuries. Researcher Ernesto Vargas highlights its strategic location between the provinces (kuchkabaloob) of Cochuah and Cozumel, which, coupled with its location on the highest elevation of the region and its efficient defensive system, became an unavoidable settlement for any commercial route and the exploitation of the rich maritime resources off the coast of Quintana Roo. According to the author mentioned, Tulum would have worked politically as a settlement (or batabil) independent of the domain of other provinces, until practically the arrival of the Spaniards in the 16th century, when it was definitely abandoned. In addition, Tulum is the best known and most publicized of Quintana Roo, and can not miss on the itinerary of any visitor. Although known more for the beauty of its beaches, urban design, the wall and the wall paintings are inescapable attractions of the archaeological site.

Xcaret Park

41 minutes away
Xcaret was opened in December 1990 as an eco-archeological park where visitors from all over the world can enjoy the splendor of Mexico’s biodiversity and cultural heritage. Due to its great success the park has been preserved with an environmental management system. Today the use of sun tan lotions is controlled by offering visitors over 250 samples of eco-friendly sun block lotion every day. More than 108 gallons of water are daily reused for irrigation throughout the park and each month Xcaret produces 160 tons of compost which is used to fertilize green areas and the plant nursery. Xcaret is also dedicated to promote marine turtle conservation of two species that arrives every year to Quintana Roo’s coastline to nest: loggerhead and green sea turtle.
Carretera Chetúmal-Puerto Juárez Kilómet
Km. 282, Quintana Roo
Solidaridad, MX 77710

Distance from Airport

  • 19.31 km from Venue


Set along 2,600 feet of pure crystal white sand and refreshing azure waters, combining understated sophistication with Unlimited-Luxury amenities, Now Jade Riviera Cancun offers the perfect escape for couples, families and friends. A short stroll from Puerto Morelos, Mexico — a quaint fishing town — your baptism into the world of Now begins with Unlimited-Luxury; sublime lifestyle comforts that satisfy your appetite for pleasure. Located along a sun-drenched private beach, steps from the sparkle of clear blue sea and just 1/3rd of a mile swim from the world’s second largest coral reef, your island hideaway beckons. Don’t keep it waiting. The Resort is just few miles from Cancun International & minutes from the quaint fishing town of Puerto Morelos, Mexico. We also have state-of-the-art meeting facilities.