Shopaholics will enjoy downtown's colorful markets and the Zona Hotelera's modern open-air malls. Locals head to either Mercado 28 or Mercado 23 for clothes, shoes, inexpensive food stalls and so on. Of the two, Mercado 23 is the less frequented by tourists. If you’re looking for a place without corny T-shirts, this is the place to go.
- La Isla Shopping Village Open-air shopping center with boutique stores, an aquarium and a movie theater.
- Puerto Cancún Marina Town Center Breezy mall built with great city views and an above average food court.
- Plaza Kukulcán One of the largest indoor shopping centers and there's usually temporary art shows.