Hyatt Zilara Cancun
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... they just didn’t make it a round 10 pesos) and hoped that it was going in the right direction. Yes it was .. Along Boulevard Kukulkan and the nearly 30 kms hotel strip. Boy this guy only knows one speed and it is not ...
... City to Lima Peru on Sunday 22nd September. We are trying to time it so we are at the Inca site on Bobbies birthday. We also researched hotels and things to do in the next few weeks before heading to Peru. For the remainder of the day we just chilled out by the pool and in the room, occasionally heading down to the shops for food or to look at shops. Days like these are money ...
... next day, I tried my luck at spending the day at Shellbo's hotel again. Success! For a little bit, until the lifeguard from the day before spotted me in the pool, so I followed Shell's advice and "ducked" under the water whilst he walked past, making it blindingly obvious haha. We quickly rushed to the sunbeds as he got onto his WalkieTalkie to call over the security. The same man from the day before walked backwards and forwards ...
... by some unintended method we’d managed to place ourselves *********e block away from the serial killer hotel we’d been trying to avoid. Sounds like the plot for one of those modern American horror films doesn’t it? Where you can leave the hotel, but the hotel will find you eventually. Regardless it turned out nicely because we were a short walk from a strip of nice restaurants and I got to try, hands down the hottest ******* chilli I’ve ever tasted. Just a ...
... up his bag and gives he a can of beer, I sit and talk with him awhile it is his 17th time here, he has been here three months, he pays 300 a month for his condo right on beach. I saw the place! It's bad ass!! Well I had jut arrived and had been walking a little while and it was starting to get dark so I told him I was going to find hotel and chill for a while, he invited me to dinner! I said sure!! So I walked to hotel resort got in room, chilled ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHyatt Zilara Cancun
This resort was so nice and clean! Food was good! Staff was amazing! Will definitely return!
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hyatt Zilara Cancun
This is the Real's newest entry in the ultra all inclusive resorts in the Cancun Hotel Zone. The resort is still under construction but is close to being fully operational. My wife and I stayed there three nights Feb. 20-22. All rooms are ocean front and are elegantly appointed with King size beds covered with down comforters and pillow top mattresses. This is one of the finest resorts we have stayed at and by far the best of the Real Resorts in this area. Definitely not geared for the "Spring Breakers" but for older more refined travelers who enjoy fine dining and luxurious surroundings. Construction crews are working long hours to complete the project and there are some noise even at night but this should be complete in a few weeks. We are not big fans of Cancun but would book here again just for the quality of the resort.
Will be great...after construction!
I took a group of 8 couples to Mexico and we were bumped from the Barcelo to this hotel. If you could igonore the continuous construction noise this place is very nice. Once completed it will be a top destination in Cancun. The staff was very accomodating and helpful. The food was very good for a Mexico all inclusive. The rooms were very nice and the beds were simply amazing!
Having frequented tripadvisor.com for weeks and weeks before embarking on our trip, I felt I was as much "in the know" as I could have been. I had read everything I could get my hands on about the Gran Caribe Real and looked at picture after picture. I felt I was prepared to take on any challenges, as well as hopeful of having a pleasant and relaxing vacation.
This resort started accepting guests about two months too early. Anyone who didn't hear the CONSTANT construction noise was either having a really good time at the bar or needs to check the name of the hotel they stayed at!
Will be a 5 star resort.."in time"
Very dissapointed. After checking in we were taken to our room which was still under construction. No phone, Air conditioner wasn't working, cable was out 50% of the time, and no hot water 50% of the time. Everything ordered from room service was cold.
There were only 2 elevators for the entire resort, with only one working most times.
The staff was absolutely great, trying their best in an impossible situation.
This resort will be a gorgeous 5 star resort in time. When all the bugs are worked out. The view from the rooms are gorgeous.
For a property whose catch-phrase is "Exceeding your Expectations" - they fell far short of even meeting our basic needs. Considering over 50% of the hotel is still under construction, this place realistically shouldn't open for 3 more months.
The hotel was scheduled to open on Feb 8th (after several delays) and we arrived Feb 10th. The wait at the airport was not long and the ride to the hotel was very quick and comfortable. The driveway was not completely done but the entryway was gorgeous. The lobby was very much 5-star. We were checked in immediately. We were given a quick tour as they took our stuff to our room.
Stayed at the Royal Cancun Feb 9-13. I probably wouldn't have rated 5 star at this time, but most of the reasons why I wouldn't will be worked out within a couple of months if not weeks. There was some construction still going on but by the time I left it was not very noticeable from ground level.
This is a new resort claiming to be a five star all adult resort. The all adult went south as soon as the sister complex got over booked. The Royal then allowed families to book here with the all adults. The rooms are not completly furnished as we found very little in the pictures in our room. No stero sytem, no turn down service, no bath robes for hot-tub, no alarm clock, no hotel infromation or phone numbers, no hot water except in the hot tub.