As we approach the end of the busy season in the Caribbean some fantastic deals are starting to emerge, most notably this one we are highlight today at a luxury resort in Cancun. The Royal Solaris Cancun Resort is one of the better known all-inclusive properties in the area, featuring 300 gorgeous rooms in a lush tropical setting, and the deal they are offering now is quite amazing.
A Deluxe Room that sleeps up to 4 people for US$256 per night – all-inclusive.
You can get this deal through Expedia following the link on the resort page for stays in April of 2012. The deal appears to be available for stays of any length, which is perfect for those just wanting to come for a long weekend instead of booking a full week to get the best rate.
All-inclusive is serious business here
At many Cancun resorts the term “all-inclusive” just means that you get 3 buffet meals per day and a beach chair to sit in if you reserve it in advance. At the Royal Solaris Cancun Resort you get meals from their high-end restaurant each day, plus nearly all the recreation choices imaginable.
You get use of snorkeling gear, pedal boats, windsurfers, kayaks and much more for the base price, which makes this an ideal family resort for active kids and adults. At many competing resorts there is an extra charge for just about everything so guests end up either spending a fortune or just sitting around because they were tricked into an all-inclusive resort that had mostly extra fees.
There is an extra charge for golf and scuba trips, but no one could expect those to be included in the base price, and most people would rather not pay for rounds of golf and tanks of air for other people.
The rooms here are all filled with 4-star amenities, including satellite TVs, clock radios with CD players, and in-room safes. Many rooms have step-out balconies, and there are two full floors of no-smoking rooms.
Cancun is cheap to reach
Another great part of this deal is that Cancun is fast and easy to reach from just about anywhere. For many Caribbean destinations you have to fly to San Juan, Puerto Rico and then change to a small plane for an expensive flight to another island, but Cancun has nonstop flights coming in from all over the Americas and Europe, so the flight itself won’t add much more to this price.