With a lively atmosphere and a proximity to Cancun’s best nightlife, this Krystal property is one of Cancun’s most affordable beach resorts and caters well to singles, younger couples, and college Spring Breakers in March and April; it isn’t recommended, however, for anyone seeking peace and quiet (this is partly due to the neighboring beachfront nightclubs). The all-inclusive plan is optional. The rooms are basic and fairly lackluster (and vary in quality), on-site dining variety is below average for an all-inclusive, premium liquor costs extra, there’s no swim-up bar (surprisingly), the fitness center is dated and disappointing, and the restaurants fail to impress; but the resort offers a nice white-sand beach with Bali beds and calm water for swimming (it’s calmer than most of Cancun), an infinity pool overlooking the beach, a small spa, a small kids club, a sleek lobby bar, two bars near the pool, nightly entertainment, and a laundry and dry cleaning service. On-site water sports and other activities are limited; but off-site shops, restaurants, and nightclubs abound in the immediate vicinity.
Complimentary on-site COVID-19 antigen testing is available for guests traveling back to the United States (up to two guests per room staying a minimum of three nights).