Mexico is an enchanting place, with a cultural blend of an old world that’s even older than Spanish Colonial days and the layers of civilizations and national distinctions that represent our revolving society through the millennia that came in between its early introduction to the Western World.
Cancun’s introduction to civilization has an unremarkable start. Although its location places it within the centre of Classic Mayan development, there is no archeological evidence to imply it ever achieved the greatness of the nearby cities of Tulum and Chichén Itzá. The remains discovered have been small, consisting of the El Rey ruins found in the hotel centre. It’s not known if Cancun was ever a significant aspect of Mayan society, as the Mayan people had abandoned their Yucatan cities two centuries before the arrival of the Spanish conquistadores. Their historical records were destroyed in the struggle to convert the Yucatan inhabitants to Christianity.