All Ritmo Cancun Resort & Water Park – All Inclusive
What We Love
- Breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks, drinks and non-motorized water sports are included in the Jetsetter rate
- The hotel is great for families: There’s a waterpark (four waterfalls and slides and a giant splash bucket), a miniature golf course and a playground
- The resort offers an array of activities including volleyball, basketball, tennis, ping-pong, kayaking and special theme nights.
What To Know
- Spacious rooms and suites start at 430 square feet and have a bright and cheery color scheme
- Top Cancún attractions are only a 15-minute taxi ride away
- The waterpark is open to the public, but closed on Tuesdays
- WiFi is $12 per day
- Kids Club
- Parking On Site
Renovated in 2014, the all-inclusive, 155-room All Ritmo Cancún Resort and Waterpark features Mexican decor with a contemporary twist. The spacious guestrooms and suites start at 430 square feet and have flat-screen TVs and a bright, cheery color scheme of fuchsia, teal, red and orange; some have private terraces with garden or ocean views. Choose from three restaurant options, ranging from fresh seafood to Mexican to Italian cuisine. A dinner theater has a buffet selection and evening performances. Four waterfalls and slides, and a giant splash bucket at the waterpark, as well as a miniature golf course and a playground, will keep the little ones entertained, while two bars ensure that tropical cocktails are never far from the adults. If you’re looking to stay active, the resort offers an array of activities including volleyball, basketball, tennis, ping-pong, kayaking and special theme nights.
In the Area
In addition to the beach activities, All Ritmo Cancún Resort and Waterpark is a 15-minute drive from Cancún’s tourist center, where plenty of shops and restaurants are located. A longtime favorite is La Habichuela, known for Caribbean seafood and Mexican specialties. For a daytrip from the hotel, the legendary pre-Columbian city of Chichen Itza is 120 miles from the property and is one of the best examples of Mayan architecture in the world. There are more than 10 world class golf courses nearby, or for a different type of outdoor adventure, Laguna Nichupte offers a chance to view wildlife and natural ecosystems.
How to Get There
This resort is great for both adults and children. They have activities all day for all ages including yoga on the shore. The staff are very friendly and engaged.
Great job to Daniel for interacting with the guests and getting a group together for some volley ball!
It is an old outdated resort, with no beach. Beware of the bare rooms that you will be given an upgrade opportunity. In my upgraded room the toilet clogged 3-4 times, and water leaked from the ceiling. The food is ok but not worth the inclusive price. The staff is friendly and the water park is nice for young kids but the kid's club is not anything special.
Based on previous reviews I was shocked no way near 4 star, 2.5 at best. Pictures are deceiving. Not recommended.
Do not stay at this place this is for locals and people who don't know what the hotel is going to be like a guy name Manuel and all he's team refuse to helped me 5 stars to pedro the bartender at the waterpark
My friends and I really enjoyed our stay at this resort. The employees were always friendly and welcoming. They provided great activities and the food and drinks were amazing! Highly recommend this resort!
This resort was less than accommodating. It is a resort that mostly locals visit, I did not feel safe, we felt like we were intruding. Normally I would be absolutely ok with locals at a resort but the ration was about 9:1 (locals:vacationers) and at the pool and in the buffet they all glared at us. And the other vacationing family's from Canada and the US agreed strongly. At the buffet we were always served last to the locals.
Upon arrival we checked into our room (supposed to be kids free - 2 doubles) but they put us in a horrible grungy room facing the road with 1 king. Hubby went down to explain we specifically needed 2 beds as we had our son. We had to pay $175usd to upgrade to the room that we were originally supposed to get!
We never got to try the al la carts because they never had a schedule and you have to book that day, for that night... im convinced they reserved them all for locals.
I felt our room was not very safe. We were bottom level, front door facing straight out to the road. All they had to keep vehicles out was a tiny 1/2" cotton rope draped across the entrance... horrible!
Half the resort (waterpark side) is ACCROSS the street! They built a tunnel under the road to pass through but the first day we didnt know the tunnel was there, tried to cross the road and I swear the cars sped up at us!
Also, there is really only 1 pool at this resort and it is not big enough for the entire resort. Especially when you get glared at for being in it. There's nowhere to escape. Then your only other option is to go into the nearly non existant beach. And careful in the ocean because between the creatures living in the seaweed and the stingrays (1 lady got stung while we were there) in the water you're sure to have something go wrong.