Hideaway at Royalton Riviera Cancun

Whether you’re booking a romantic break or a holiday with friends, a stay at the Hideaway at Royalton Riviera Cancun comes highly recommended. The adults-only hotel really lives up to its name.You’ll be able to relax by the duo of pools or get a drink from the swim-up bar without being disturbed. There’s even an adults-only beach bar and a seafood restaurant. For even more facilities, make complimentary use of the adjacent sister hotel, Royalton Riviera, where you’ll find nine different restaurants, a spa, and a nightclub.

Overview of Riviera Maya

Holidays to Mexico are high on a lot of bucket lists. Small wonder, considering everything Mexico has to offer: Mayan temples, white-sand beaches, lush jungle and delicious cuisine.Riviera Maya is one of Mexico’s most popular areas. This strip of coast is renowned for white-sand beaches and resorts with lively nightlife. But there’s a lot more to do than party or relax in the sun – take a jungle trek, go on a diving excursion or visit the ancient ruins nearby. The Hideaway at Royalton Riviera Cancun is ideally for exploring this stunning region.

Things to do in Riviera Maya

If you stay at Hideaway at Royalton Riviera Cancun, you’ll find yourself in a tucked-away area of Riviera Maya, surrounded by stunning beaches. Relax on the sand or try out a new watersport, such as jetskiing.The hotel is a 30-minute drive from Cancun and 45 minutes from Playa del Carmen, both bustling resorts with a lot going on. Party the night away in Playa del Carmen. Start off at Fifth Avenue to see street acrobats and belly dancers, then move on to cocktails before heading to the beachfront clubs.You’ll love your stay in Riviera Maya, Mexico’s most idyllic strip of coastline. Make the most of the stunning beaches, and the wild fiestas that Mexico is famous for.


Resort Summary

Cancun has approximately 24 kilometres of beaches, strung along an S-shaped strip of land. The sand here has a unique property – no matter how hot the temperature, it’s always cool on your feet, to the extent locals joke that it is air-conditioned.

Swim, relax and take part in watersports at Playa Las Perlas, Playa Langosta, Playa Tortugas and other beaches on the northern side of the peninsula. Among the popular beaches on the eastern side are Playa Ballenas, Chac Mool and Playa Delfines. Playa Delfines is also a good beach for surfing.

Cancun’s waters are warm enough for swimming throughout the year, even in January and February. During late August and early September you’ll feel like you’re slipping into a warm bath.