Now Open: Royalton Suites Cancun

Royalton Suites Cancun

Royalton Suites Cancun Resort & Spa, the newest addition to the Royalton Luxury Resorts portfolio, opened its doors on February 1. Located in Cancun's hotel zone, the all-inclusive Royalton Suites Cancun offers seven reservation-free restaurants, the Royal Spa, and the brand's first-ever SkyClub – an adults-only rooftop pool, bar and restaurant.

This all-inclusive resort has 180 luxury suites ranging from the standard Luxury Junior Suite to the four-bedroom Diamond Club Luxury Chairman Suite. Every room comes with upscale in-suite amenities, such as Royalton’s signature DreamBed, spa-like rain showers and views of the Cancun shoreline and the strip.

Families can enjoy a unique selection of amenities, such as a splash pad, kids club, non-motorized watersports, nightly entertainment and a separate section of the buffet with kid-friendly cuisine. In addition to the all-inclusive program, adult guests can experience Royalton’s first-ever SkyClub. The exclusive SkyClub has 360-degree panoramic views of the Cancun shoreline and the strip, a rooftop pool, cabanas, modern dining and an elevated nightclub experience. As an introductory offer, admission to SkyClub and offerings from a select bar menu are included for guests traveling in February. As of March 1, admission to SkyClub will be included for Diamond Club guests, and all other Royalton guests will enjoy a discounted rate and access to purchase food and premium beverages.


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For an upgraded experience, guests of Royalton Suites Cancun can upgrade their stay to Diamond Club, a premium level of service, which offers butlers, dedicated beach and pool area and access to the Diamond Club lounge.

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