|"The kids loved the pool."||(in 15 reviews)|
|"Excellent service with reasonable prices!"||(in 16 reviews)|
|"Great food, great entertainment, great staff."||(in 71 reviews)|
|"Do not take Club Solaris sales talk."||(in 3 reviews)|
|"Rooms need renovation."||(in 8 reviews)|
|"Wifi is not free."||(in 16 reviews)|
Resort was great, friendly staff and great food
The only negative was that our room location was sometimes a little noisy at night
My favorite all inclusive.
I haven’t been to many all inclusive but this one was awesome. And the staff was extremely friendly and the place was super clean!
The sea gulls were a bit annoying. That’s all I can really find at the moment, the place was perfect.
60 birthday for husband
They upgraded us to the Caribe they own next door, we had a ocean view, quieter pool than royal Solaris, some meals were very Good others were just ok, resort beautiful and well kept, staff very attentive, even more so when you tipped them, everyone very friendly, if I went again I would stay at the caribe again. W made lots of friends with the staff and some other travelers. The resort had all types of people including families. Also important we could get a chair on beach or at the pool.
The food sometimes was just ok, but that happens when you have buffets.
Good hotel if you're on a budget
Convenience of meals which are abundant and available 24/7 Staff are very friendly Great view and location Great kids club and pool - highly recommended if you have kids Convenient taxi service from hotel
Many dishes were not great; they are acceptable but not something to rave about. Very busy hotel; not for those wanting a quiet getaway Hotel activities are too loud especially in the lobby at night Only two sets of elevators in entire building; not enough for the capacity of guests of building Always long lines at front desk; they need to add more staff during checkout time.
The food was excellent. My favorite part was the pool and the swim up bar. They have water volleyball and water basketball. There is always some sort of game going on at the pool area. The staff was wonderful. The rooms were cleaned thoroughly every day. Easy bus ride to the night clubs for 50 cents. All in all I felt that this was the perfect resort for a group of friends (we are in our mid 20s), couples, or families.
The buffet could have more variety each day.
I could hear everything going on in the next room. The rooms smelled very strong perfume odor. The woman at the front desk was rude. Not the best customer service but, ok for the price.
The staff was excellent! They were all very professional, kind, and courteous. Our room was very clean, the food was tasty.
I hated the fact that Internet was $17 U.S. Dollars for 24 hours! It was supposed to be free! Everyone everywhere wanted/asked for tips.
Would stay again
The beach, the pool, the breakfast and dinner buffet. (The food was well above average and quite good at times). Great poolside drink service from Roberto, our waiter on more than one day. Our beach front room was a bit bare (furniture wise) but it was clean and roomy. Cleaning staff did a great job. Bus stop right out front will get you to center of nightlife (about a five minute ride) for under a dollar. It's location away from the center made the beach that much better and less crowded. We had a great stay.
Time share push after check in. Just insist that you want to go right up to your room and dodge this (they were not aggressive when we did this).
The hotel staff were the best of numerous resorts we have stayed at. Very helpful, pleasant and professional. Our room was clean and very comfortable. The beach was clean and well groomed. The pools were beautiful. The best lunch was the pizza oven, serving up made to order pizzas!
It is a bit dated in the lobby. The food is what I would consider average. If I book another all-inclusive in Cancun , I would look elsewhere because of the food. We usually go for more than a week and I don't think we would enjoy the dining experience here for that long.
Easy. Everything was close together. Staff was nice.
The facilities are dated. Towels were a dingy brown green color. Restaurants were never consistently open. People come to Mexico for Mexican food and the Mexican restaurant was closed most days we were there.
All good , but they need to include Internet
The staff was good the lady manager Ava was very good too
They need to include the Internet
Disheartening / I owe my wife a better honeymoon
Royal Solaris is a fairly inexpensive all inclusive with decent sea views. Multiple choices in places to eat. Some of the wait staff actually made an effort to make our honeymoon enjoyable. A waiter by the name of Mibsam was the friendliest individual on staff by far. The members working the front desk were always very helpful as well.
I've stayed at two other resorts in Cancun and a third in Cozumel. All of which were competively priced with this one and offered equivalent all inclusive packages. All had nicer rooms, higher quality finishes to give a luxury feel, and professional staff. 1. The Rooms The first room my wife and I experienced was less than ideal. The ceiling was so short we both could reach up and touch the ceiling. All bathrooms lacked ventilation so mold and paint bubbling should be expected. The first room's bathroom had a curious layout with lights hanging out of the socket. It was fixed shortly thereafter, but if I had kids I would not have accepted the room. Exposed electrical surfaces in a wet space with no ventilation is a disaster waiting to happen. We payed to upgrade our room to the jacuzzi room which looked much more like a normal hotel room. The bathroom still didn't have any ventilation. in addition, the tile work wasn't very impressive. The finishes looked very sloppy and didn't seem to have a luxury feel. Get what you pay for... 2. Staff aforementioned are the staff that were very helpful and good at their jobs. What I was concerned about is that very few people were concerned about making our honeymoon special. Bartenders were always very nice, maybe a little too nice.. There were numerous spring breakers and Its always okay to let lose. There needs to be more discretion as to when to cut somebody off. Every day there was someone being wheelchaired out. Alcohol poisoning got pretty serious for some of these guys and could have easily been taken care of. ive spent spring break with my buddies before down in a different resort and not only were the rooms and facilities much nicer, the staff were willing to look out for you and help you out.... They were so far gone they couldn't tell the difference between water and tequila. much of the staff seemed to be more concerned about helping/ serving the spring breakers over the families. numerous families found it difficult to sleep at night with spring breakers coming around at night being extremely boisterous. I woke up every night from the noise. Solution that other resorts use... Escort them back to their rooms. 3. Restuarants Always had decent food. Also had plenty of seating with nice views of the sea. However, half the time the waiter would forget our drinks or take a long time to get our drinks. One day I finished my entire meal before getting our drinks. in this case it really depends on your waiter. There are some really good ones and some that don't seem to care.
Beautifully nestled between the Caribbean Sea and the Nichupté Lagoon in the less-crowded southern end of Cancún, Royal Solaris Cancún is within 2 km (1.25 mi) of the El Rey Mayan ruins and Wet'n Wild waterpark
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