- Ritz Kids club offers fun activities for younger guests
- Spacious rooms feature large and luxurious marble bathrooms with soaking tubs
- Two swimming pools with views of the ocean
This beachfront Ritz-Carlton luxury resort is both elegant and kid-friendly, offering an upscale retreat for families traveling to Cancún.
This Ritz Carlton resort is situated on a lovely stretch of beach in one of the hottest spots in Cancún, the bustling Hotel Zone. This prime location makes the resort ideal for activity-minded families, as well as anyone looking to sample Cancún’s abundant nightlife options. Guests will find that the Ritz is adept at accommodating anyone, offering a kids program, world-class spa services and a variety of dining options and experiences to please everyone.
Rooms are peaceful and elegantly decorated, boasting private ocean-view balconies and large marble bathrooms with showers and deep soaking tubs. There are also two ocean view pools with lots of lounging options, for whenever you want some rest and relaxation in the Cancún sunshine. The lobby lounge, which offers expertly crafted cocktails and freshly prepared sushi in a luxe setting, is perfect for a late afternoon nosh, and there are many options for larger appetites as well. For a special meal, guests will especially love the upscale Mediterranean fare at Fantino, though the offerings at casual eateries El Cafe Mexicano and Caribe Bar & Grill—which is right by the pool—are plenty mouthwatering as well.
When you choose to stay at the Ritz-Carlton Cancún, you’re choosing to stay in a prime location flush with tourist activities and close to many of the area’s prime nightlife options—perfect for anyone looking to sip margaritas and dance the night away. And the walkable Hotel Zone area is just as popular with families as it is with the party crowd thanks to ample shops, fun restaurants and gorgeous sandy beaches like the one this Ritz hotel looks out on.
Admittedly, a stay in Cancún wouldn’t be complete without venturing on a few day trips and excursions to explore the surrounding area. The many cenotes—natural swimming holes—and the famed ruins of Chichén Itzá are a must, especially for first-time visitors. The fashionable city of Tulum, situated a scenic two-hour drive along the coast, is also worth a day or two of your time.