The Royal Cancun All Suites Resort
Why We Love This Hotel
- Family-friendly two-bedroom suites on the beach with an all-inclusive dining option
- Enjoy meals made your way al fresco on the private ocean-facing terrace, all rooms have full kitchens
- Walk out to sea on the property’s pier to peer at clear ocean waters and sea life
- Take a family sun break with a children’s activity center and a craft-making station
The Royal Cancun is ideal for travelers uninterested in staying at one of the nearby massive mega-resorts with long lines for the elevators, restaurants and just about everything else are on the to-avoid list. The clusters of low-rise, whitewashed buildings and their striking red roofs offer views of sugar white sands and aqua Gulf waters from almost every room.
All guest accommodations are family-friendly two bedrooms, with a choice of one or two bathrooms. Fully-equipped kitchens make it easier to skip the breakfast crowds, and prepare en suite. Guests can stock up on necessities for mornings at the hotel’s well-supplied mini mart. Families with young early birds can make dinner for the kids, put them to bed, and then dine al fresco on the private ocean-facing terrace.
For those looking to be served instead of serving on vacation, there’s an open-air buffet restaurant with some a la carte menu items and an indoor Italian trattoria.
The beach is just right for kids with its shallow waters and minimal waves. After a morning of digging in the sand or resting on a palapa-shaded lounge chair, take a walk on the wooden pier which juts out into the sea. Peer down at the clear Gulf waters to see colorful fish darting about.
In addition to the two larger pools, there’s a smaller children’s pool with shallow waters and a gentle, wide-stepped entry point. Once waterlogged, check out the kids’ activity center or craft-making station for some hands-on fun.