Our 4th stay at Royal Islander

Considering that our honeymoon was about spring break, we had been attempting to prevent a resort that could have a lot of rowdy teenagers and young adults. We loved the atmosphere at this hotel, you will find mostly older families and adults in this hotel. It appears to be a period shared resort, so many guests are regular at this hotel. They have a private concierge service that might be overbearing to a.

It becomes busted stalker occasionally standing anencephaly my spouse, and I found ourselves averting the lobby sometimes to prevent our tranquility. Additionally, they induce you to wait for an hour (90 mins for us) long talk convention that’s simple to get from if you are strong-willed. Otherwise, fantastic hotel goes again. With a staff that recommends incredible activities such riviera maya fishing charters really close to the hotel.

My girlfriend and I stumbled on it by accident 2 years ago thinking it was another Cancun hotel (booked on Priceline). Not the case at all, as it’s, in fact, an impeccably maintained timeshare hotel with a very loyal clientele of mostly long-time and amiable owners. The components are a tad dated in furnishings, but again, are stored cleaner than almost any resort I’ve been to (and you mostly get an apartment, not a hotel room).

The grounds are kept clean daily, and I really love that. We have found all the workers to be quite friendly, helpful and courteous honestly without exception. All of the other positive comments in other reviews are true – you will end up loving this place, particularly for the price. Bravo to the management staff for such a good job running the site! Restaurants and pubs are fantastic, food delicious and we find we get lazy and sometimes do not even leave the property consequently. No-nonsense plus a perfect relaxing vacation. This was our 2nd year in a row, and we can not wait to come back next year! Salud!

Timeshare means shifting rooms Saturday, that has been bothersome but not too much of a hassle because they proceed everything for you. Far from the active area of the hotel zone, a golf course and also a bus stop are the only items inside a 10-minute walk. They provide hourly shuttle service to their sister resorts (Royal Sands, etc.) however I found that the bus stop for a better choice for me.

The air was quiet and family friendly in this hotel, so the guests tended to become mature, and I likewise saw families with little children. The handbook suggested they would be the strictest resort in Cancun toward spring breakers, and really I found not one there. The breakfast buffet was OK and contained an omelet bar but limited choice.

Sunday night is Taco night, and it was incredible! We needed first aid at the end of our stay, and it was annoying that we had been charged $80 for this service we believed ought to be included, but they did have a Doctor on the team so we could acquire a prescription and get it full on site.