All-Inclusive Zona Hotelera Resort with Private Beach and Marina
The Royal Solaris Cancun recalls the ancient pyramids at nearby Mayan ruins—it has stepped platforms throughout the property, which is situated on a narrow spit of land separating Cancún’s Nichupte Lagoon from the Caribbean Sea. The architecture stands out amid the resort’s more modern details, such as a private marina and a mini children’s water park. On either side of the hotel, deluxe lagoon-view rooms look out on the water, offering stunning views of the sunset.
During your stay here, you're free to eat, drink, and breathe as much as you'd like. Chefs at the resort’s varied restaurants prepare international, Mexican, and buffet fare throughout the day, and all of the establishments offer gluten-free options and a children's menu. At the lobby bar and swim-up bar, you can enjoy signature coco-mango cocktails and other fruit-filled drinks upon request.
In the private Mini Club, a giant giraffe spews water alongside Noah's Ark, keeping tots entertained as adults make use of complimentary kayaks, paddleboats, or bicycles on the private marina. Bookend a day in the sun with a visit to the spa for an aromatherapy treatment and a sport massage.
Highlights of Cancún, Mexico
- Snorkeling and sailing in the Caribbean Sea just off the Yucatán Peninsula
- Underground rivers and mangrove jungles to explore
- Party atmosphere makes Cancún a top spring-break destination
- Head to Playa Delfines to surf or sunbathe in relative seclusion.
- Ancient Mayan ruins more than 2,000 years old
- Day trip: a 1.5-hour drive down the coast to Tulum, a pre-Columbian walled city located on a bluff overlooking the sea
- Drive from Chichén Itzá: 2.5 hours
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is the best way to travel to the hotel from the airport?
The best airport to fly in/out of is Cancún International Airport (airport code: CUN). Travel time from the airport to the hotel is approximately 15 minutes one-way. Please contact the property at (877) 270-0440 for more travel information.
Is there an additional occupancy fee, or do I have to purchase another Groupon?
The standard occupancy of the Deluxe Lagoon-View Room is 2 adults and 2 kids 3 or younger; maximum occupancy is 3 adults and 1 kid 11 or younger, 2 adults and 2 kids 11 or younger, or 3 adults.
Fees vary by travel window: for travel 4/29–7/3/14, it is $95 per night for each additional guest 18 or older; $79 per night for each additional guest 17-12 years old; and no additional charge for up to two kids 11 or younger. For travel 7/4–8/12/14, it is $109 per night for each additional guest 18 or older; $79 per night for each additional guest 17-12 years old; and $40 per night for each additional guest 11-4 years old. For travel 8/13–12/21/14, it is $89 per night for each additional guest 18 or older; $79 per night for each additional guest 17-12 years old; and no additional charge for up to two kids 11 or younger.
Will I be approached to attend a timeshare sales presentation?
Timeshares are common in Cancun and so are the sales pitches that accompany them. You may be asked at hotel check-in if you are interested in attending sales presentation. If you don’t want to attend, simply decline and you won’t be approached again. If you decline a presentation, you will not lose the value of your Groupon or have to pay additional fees.
Which activities and amenities are included in the resort credits?
Resort credits are not offered with this deal.
Are dinner reservations required for restaurants? Is there a dress code?
Reservations are not required at Rosmarinus and Las Fuentes; they are required at Marco Polo. Formal attire is required at Marco Polo (no shorts, swimming suits or flip-flops); informal at Rosmarinus and Las Fuentes (shirts are required for service, must wear shoes or sandals, swimming suits are not allowed).