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September 15, 2011
Elizabeth, New Jersey
September 13, 2004
From journal You Want The Truth About Cancun?
by Ed and Jo K
Wahpeton, North Dakota
April 22, 2004
Service here was exceptional in all areas. We ate great food, including the best chef’s salad we've ever had. The beach, pools, and grounds were beautiful. The staff was friendly and accommodating.
From journal Mexican Paradise
November 4, 2003
They just opened their new Royal Bandstand, which offers different types of music and competition prizes depending on the day of week, as well as dinner cuisines. The resort offers two fine restaurants, which are dress down casual or formal depending on evening events.
Royal Resorts is II affiliated, not RCI. It's too bad for RCI, this resort is rated as #1 in accomodations, satisfaction and service for 3 yrs. straight.
Overall, it's what you'd expect from a five-star resort. . .and then some!
October 10, 2002
From journal Cancun scholar
March 1, 2002
High season for timeshares in Cancun is in the WINTER so your best bet for getting a timeshare in Cancun is probably April, October and November. The rest of the year is already tooooooo HOT AND HUMID.
We learned that the snow birds just never give up their time slots in winter because they MUST get away from the cold and chill of the NORTH....Actually November is a fine time of year to visit Cancun. It was plenty warm and humid - especially as the tours to the Mayan ruins go into the interior of the state.
We can speak for the Royal Caribbean since that's where we stayed one November before Thanksgiving. The unit was large and spacious. Maid service is daily. There are many pools and restaurants to chose from. We are certain that excellent quality of service extends to all the sister resorts. A word of warning - their mosquitoes are plentiful and big, especially at dusk...
There are public buses running continuously in front of the hotel going from hotel row down into town. One of our favorite pastimes was to visit some of the big resorts like the Marriott, Ritz Carlton, etc. Be warned that hotels are set back away from the front of the street so it's a hike from the bus stop to the front door.
If you want to check their website: www.royalresorts.com
From journal Cancun