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If you want to enjoy Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year in Cancun, book this pyramidal resort for it is very famous for the celebrations and special events on these days. Officially known as the Royal Solaris Cancun Resort, Marina & Spa; this is a grand all inclusive asset soaring from the southern rim of the secluded, but attractive sandy beach featuring white dunes and rocks. Typical to this Solaris family are its comfortable rooms for unwinding and calming down naturally although there is a pampering spa there. Within the Royal Solaris Cancun, the top draw is the scheduled set of fun-filled activities for both the elders as well as kids. Above all, this beachfront family resort is just 2 km far from the El Rey Mayan ruins as well as Wet ‘n Wild water parks and 8 km from the famous shopping malls as well as restaurants.


At the Royal Solaris Cancun, there are 300 AC guest rooms out of 500 all tucked elegantly on the eight-storey two zones soaked in the color of sand. One of these zones is a tower, whereas the other is a seaside village-like section featuring courtyards as well as red-tile roofs. The décor in the rooms is common throughout: white walls, pale gray-tiled floors, crown molding, bright bedspreads, caramel-color fittings, and marble vanities. It is only a few of the rooms that boast balconies or ground-floor terraces. So, bear in mind that not all rooms will offer that breezy vistas of the sea or water.

The common amenities within each of the rooms include: CD player, climate control, curtains, AC, voice mail, direct-dial phone, wake-up calls, complimentary toiletries, shower-tub combinations, hair dryer, in-room massage, in-room childcare (surcharge), clock radio, desk, satellite television service, 21-inch TV, cribs, rollaway beds, housekeeping, iron/ironing board, and in-room safe. And yes, non smoking units are also on offer on request as per the availability.

• Limo or Town Car service • Parking (free) • Television in lobby • Elevator/lift • Air-conditioned public areas • Concierge desk • 24-hour front desk • Safe-deposit box – front desk • Lounge • Restaurant(s) in hotel • Ballroom(s) • Audio-visual equipment • Business services • Multiple small meeting rooms • Multiple conference/meeting rooms • Internet access in public areas – high speed • Internet access in public areas – surcharge • Internet access – wireless • Multilingual staff • Currency exchange • Tour assistance • Gift shops • Porter/bellhop • Security guard • Dry cleaning/laundry service • Supervised child care/activities • Room service (limited hours)


• Marina on site • Swimming pool – outdoor • Poolside bar • Swim-up bar • Swimming pool – children’s • Three water slides • Massage – spa treatment room(s) • Pool table • Fitness facilities • Hair salon • Snorkeling, swimming, kayaking, windsurfing, aerobics, and playground on site • Sailing, golfing, surfing/boogie boarding, scuba diving, water skiing, personal watercraft, boat launch, scooter/moped rentals, parasailing, helicopter/airplane sightseeing, and horse riding/rental nearby • Activities such as pool games, video games, painting lessons, arts and crafts, cooking lessons, athletic contests, the Miss and Mr. Solaris contest, swimming contests, and bingo • Snorkeling gear on the beach • Pedal boats, kayaks, and windsurfers at marina on the Nichupte Lagoon • VIKS Club within for children • Mini water park with a themed aquatic zone full of gorillas, elephants, giraffes, rhinoceroses, zebras, and hippopotamuses


There are many options for you at the Royal Solaris Cancun Resort and Spa. Within the Royal Tower, the vast Las Fuentes two-level, AC restaurant serves daily breakfast buffet featuring waffles, Mexican dishes, and omelets on order. In addition, the continental breakfast is also served within the rooms. Then, directly it serves dinner buffets featuring international themes. And yes, you also enjoy the pool and sea views from here. Come here with prior reservations.

Within the same tower near the main pool is Rosmarinus as a la carte restaurant offering lunch buffet under the traditional Mexican palapa roof. One more option is the AC, a la carte restaurant, Marco Polo, offering international cuisines such as Italian, French, and Mediterranean at dinner. Here, there is a dress code: T-shirts, beach sandals, and no shorts.

At the Snack Bar, savor the delicious burgers and sandwiches with the mouth watering non-alcoholic beverages daily from mid-morning to afternoon.

From $173 per night.