Not to be confused with the Grand Park Royal Cancun Caribe (Baa2), which is nearby but not on the same property, the Park Royal Cancun is a slightly more economical option. It’s directly across the street from La Isla Shopping Village in Cancun’s Hotel Zone. The swimming pool area is lackluster (especially by Cancun standards), dining variety is disappointing for an all-inclusive (there are just two restaurants), and the rooms are fairly basic and dated (and most lack balconies); but the property offers one of the better beach areas in Cancun (this factor helps the Overall Beach Resort Rating significantly, upgrading it from the C range to the lower B range), a small kids water park, and a good fitness center (although there’s a fee to use it). Activities include sailing, kayaking, beach soccer, pool aerobics, and games and other activities for kids.
Guests returning to the United States and staying four nights or more are eligible for a complimentary COVID-19 antigen test on-site, prior to departure (two people per room per stay).