Royalton CHIC Suites Cancun Resort and Spa

The Royalton CHIC Suites Cancun Resort and Spa is one of Cancun’s most luxurious spots and it more than justifies its regal name.

The pool is located right next to the beach, so it’s easy to swap between the two. For extra luxury, you can pay a supplement and visit the rooftop pool, where you’ll also have access to a private cabana. Throughout the day, little ones can get up to all sorts at the kids’ club.

Food-wise, there’s a buffet restaurant and a choice of a la carte eateries. After dinner, you’ll also have a choice of nightspots including a cocktail bar and a sports pub.

Overview of Cancun

Cancun is Mexico’s most famous resort for a reason. During your stay at the Royalton CHIC Suites Cancun Resort and Spa, you’ll be surrounded by the tranquil, warm waters of the Caribbean Sea and you can relax on mile after mile of powdery-white sand. But, although the beaches are incredibly relaxing, there’s a whole other side to this city resort.

Move from Cancun’s hotel zone to the city and you’ll find a fascinating history to uncover, shopping destinations for every budget and thrilling nightlife. Plus, Mayan ruins and thick rainforests are all only a short drive away.

Things to do in Cancun

The Royalton CHIC Suites Cancun Resort and Spa is just a couple of steps away from a white-sand beach where you can lounge, snorkel and take trips across the water.

You’re also only half-an-hour’s drive away from Cancun’s action-packed strip. It’s most famous for its thrilling nightlife and if you venture here in the evening you’ll come across DJ sets and live performances from the biggest artists in the world.

During the day, Cancun is a paradise for shoppers. You can grab bargains in the flea markets or browse designer stores in glitzy malls.

Cancun is a unique destination that marries Mayan ruins with modern nightlife. When you choose Cancun for your holiday to Mexico, every family member will leave with a stack of happy memories!


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.