4.0
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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

Amenities

  •  All-Inclusive
  •  Babysitting
  •  Bar
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap-accessible
  •  Kids Club
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
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Overview

All-inclusive, family-friendly Cancún beach resort with a waterpark, three restaurants and two bars

The Lowdown

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

All Ritmo Cancun Resort & Water Park – All Inclusive
Km. 1.5 Carretera a Puerto Juarez
Cancun, 77500 Mexico

Reviews

4.0 Very Good 3096 Reviews
manu and me
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

manu is amzing and he is very very very handsome and he is sexy and omg i love him 😍 💕 ❤️ 💕 michelle is the best instructor of aquagym all the sport and enterteniment staff is great i love them im so happy

CHEAP, WASTE OF TIME
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

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This is the worst resort I have ever been to. First, they do not have a private entrance. The resort is so old, they give you a key for the room. When we got to the room, there was no power, no towels and the air was not working. They only provided 2 bottles or water with a coffee machine but no coffee. We asked if they could stock our room with juice, they said they dont do that, even though they are all inclusive. We started noticing how cheap this place is very quickly. At night, they turn off all of the lights in the hallways for 2/3 of the hotel to save on power. The coffee in the morning was sad to say. Terrible coffee with milk and sugar packets served with styrofoam cups and plastic spoons. No attendance. The service is as terrible as the food. I have been to 5 different resorts in the area of Cancun and by far, hands down, this is the worst place. It felt like we were in a motel. For drinks, they only give you 2 options of a terrible orange tang or water. All of the alcoholic drinks were just pure water. We were so surprised because this was the expensive resort in the area. We ended up leaving early which they charged us 2 extra night for. We stayed the rest of our time down the street at Villa Del Palmar where we received the most amazing service, food, room and pool area for less than what we spent at All Ritmo. DO NOT WASTE YOUR TIME HERE! This place is a joke.

What Once Was
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

For those of you considering All Ritmo as a possible vacation spot, let me provide you with my review and opinion as an owner of this particular timeshare. If you are looking kid friendly “all-inclusive” that is on the beach, and far away from the hustle and bustle of the hotel zone, then this would be your place. But that is where it ends. The price point, when compared to other resorts is somewhat comparable, until you really see what you’re getting for your hard earned dollars. The service, once exceptional is now deplorable. The staff, with the sole exception of a very few, no little to nothing about customer service; or if they do know, they definitely do not express it. Case in point; we had better service and food at the Margaretville restaurant in the Cancun airport terminal than we did at the “resort”. The resort advertises that they have three ala carte restaurants with a strict dress code of no shorts, t-shirts, flip flops etc. In actuality, it is one restaurant, which changes names and menus. Think Friday’s becomes Chili’s becomes Olive Garden. Oh and the dress code, while we were dressed based on the existing and published code, parents with their children came in dressed in tank tops and swim wear.There were (3) bartender(s) at the swim-up bar that we had interaction with, only one actually paid attention to the customers. The other two were more interested in watching the soccer match on the television at the bar. The beer on tap had no name and was luke warm. Although they advertise a kids waterpark with slide across the street, apparently it was closed as the pool was filled with children. Not that I have anything against little ones, but, if you want a quiet spot by the pool with a good book, it’s not going to happen.The resort started under the name of Blue Bay, it was well managed and although it would not be considered a Five-Star resort, the staff and the service elevated it. They then changed the name to Sea Adventure, the most recent it is now called All Ritmo. With each name change came new management and new personnel. And with each change the quality and service took yet another step downward.The rooms’ need a complete make-over, if you can bring your own pillows as what is offered fits more in the category of a “throw”. Ask for extra towels the moment you get there as a room for two adults came with exactly that, two. It truly is a shame as this location has potential to be something special. It’s quite evident that the owners are milking the profits to shore up their other two resorts that are in the hotel zone; Desire and Temptations.

Old and tired resort
Reviewed 1 month ago

This resort is clean but old and shabby. When we first walked in we were thinking what a dump. This was further enforced by the man who checked us in. He was downright rude and we learned to avoid him throughout our stay. A simple little problem like dead batteries in the TV remote? He very rudely informed us we would have to make an appt with a repairman! Huh? So we just lived with it lol. I see someone else was offered upgraded room free? Hmmmm we were told we could have it for $100 U.S.? So after this wonderful beginning we went for supper. All inclusive buffet was actually a tiny salad bar and an entree that you had to order! The food was awful and the servers were indifferent. We had to almost beg for service. They would just stand at the end of the room staring into space. So uncomfortable. It wasn't until the last day we got a wonderful server named Mario. The third day a buffet was finally offered but it was tiny and gross. We took our grandchildren and they were constantly disappointed because activities promised never took place! Don't believe the pictures of the beach. It was disgusting with stinking piles of seaweed that permeated throughout the resort. We stayed in a room by the water park which although shabby was very clean. I would not recommend this resort at all. We have been to Mexico many times and never experienced such awful service and gross gross food. Don't pick this resort!!!

Excellent vacay!!
Reviewed 1 month ago

The entertainment staff were awesome they made a costume contest and that was great, Vanessa, Danny the choreographer and Danny Yankee, with Pepe Boy . We enjoyed our vacation very much. Amazing value for money, always entertainment for the children and adults. Rooms are clean and spacious, lovely view of sea from balcony.
Lots of different food to eat, staff always friendly and ready to help.