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Top 5 Cancun All-Inclusive Resorts With Swim-Up Rooms

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One of the most appealing things for travelers to the Riviera Maya is the amazing sea views that such an incredible beach destination like Cancun provides. If you can find it in your travel budget, an all-inclusive stay at a hotel with a swim-up suite is your best bet to make the most of your sunny getaway. To help you find the best one for your vacation, here are the top 5 all-inclusive resorts in Cancun with swim-up rooms.

Top 5 Cancun All-Inclusive Resorts With Swim-Up Rooms

Catalonia Grand Costa Mujeres All Suites & Spa

Located a little north of the Cancun Hotel Zone in calm(er) Costa Mujeres, this new and gorgeous all-inclusive ticks all the boxes for travelers, including rooms with swim-up suites built to impress. With an overall rating of 8.6 on, this is one of the top beachfront all-inclusive options for travelers in Costa Mujeres.

Beaches and Resorts in the Cancun Hotel Zone, bordered by the turquoise blue Caribbean Sea.

Here are some of the hotel’s highlights:

  • 2 swimming pools for all hotel guests
  • Fitness center
  • Spa
  • Kids club and playground
  • Pool bar
  • Buffet breakfast (continental or American options)
  • 11 on-site restaurants serving a range from Asian, Peruvian, BBQ, Mediterranean, and Italian cuisine.

Check prices at: Catalonia Grand Costa Mujeres All Suites & Spa

aerial view of the Catalonia Grand Costa Mujeres swim up pools and outdoor pool, Caribbean Sea in the background.
Photo courtesy of: Catalonia Grand Costa Mujeres All Suites & Spa

TRS Coral Hotel

Traveling to Cancun and looking for fun and luxury in one all-inclusive package? Head to the TRS Coral Hotel, an adults-only property that offers a ton of amenities and activities with some epic sea views and stylish swim-up rooms to boot.

Highlights for guests:

  • Fitness center
  • Transportation to Cancun International Airport
  • 5 on-site restaurants (including an Argentinian-style steakhouse)
  • Full-service spa
  • 2 swimming pools on-site
  • Exclusive beach access
  • Nightlife with DJ
  • Live music & performances
  • Game room with billiards and darts
  • Canoeing
  • Cooking classes for guests
  • Extra organized activities for guests (diving, snorkeling, fishing, windsurfing).

Check prices at: TRS Coral Hotel

exterior aerial view of the TRS Coral Hotel in Cancun
Photo courtesy of: TRS Coral Hotel

Hyatt Zilara Cancun

The Hyatt Zilara is the latest hotel and all-inclusive experience in Cancun that everyone is talking about. Head to the Hotel Zone and let yourself live it up in the lap of luxury here at the Hyatt Zilara. The hotel’s swim-up suites offer some of the best views in town, and guests rave about the hospitality and service of the friendly hotel staff. Breakfast will be served to you from the comfort of your room, and if you’re feeling adventurous, there are a ton of activities offered by the hotel so you can make the most of your stay. Other amenities and services include:

  • Spa
  • Yoga classes
  • Fitness center
  • Personal trainer
  • Outdoor swimming pool
  • Beauty services
  • Game room (ping pong table, darts, pool)
  • Aerobics
  • Evening entertainment

Check prices at: Hyatt Zilara Cancun

couple standing up a swim up pool at the Hyatt Zilara Cancun looking out at the Caribbean Sea.
Photo courtesy of: Hyatt Zilara Cancun

Haven Riviera Cancun

Located south of the Cancun Hotel Zone, Haven Riviera Cancun is a stylish, adults-only beachfront property that features suites with swim-out pool options. Fill your days with fun activities offered by the hotel or lounge, indulge at the on-site spa, or just lounge all day at the pool.

Here’s what else you can expect at the 5-star Haven Riviera Cancun:

  • Hot tub
  • Large outdoor pool
  • Room service
  • Shared lounge and terrace
  • Tennis
  • 5 on-site restaurants
  • Live music, performances, and evening entertainment
  • Cooking classes for guests
  • Happy hour
  • Tours
  • Water sports
  • On-site nightclub

Check prices at: Haven Riviera Cancun

swim-out pool in a junior suite at Haven Riviera Cancun
Photo courtesy of: Haven Riviera Cancun

Grand Park Royal Cancun

Located right on Kukulban Boulevard in the heart of the Hotel Zone, the Grand Park Royal Cancun is a luxurious all-inclusive experience where you can truly let your hair down (when enjoying all the tranquil sea views, of course). The rooms are filled with amenities and extras like a private balcony, desk, iron, minibar, flat-screen satellite TV, and more. Some suites come with a swim up-pool, and there’s even a swim-up bar open to all hotel guests.

Here’s what else you can expect at the Grand Park Royal Cancun: 

  • Butler service
  • 24-hour room service
  • Kids Club
  • 4 on-site restaurants (Asian, Italian, Mexican, seafood)
  • The hotel is Travel Proud certified
  • Fitness center
  • Full-service spa
  • Accessibility
  • Cafe on-site
  • Outdoor swimming pool

Check prices at: Grand Park Royal Cancun

lounge chairs by swim-up pool outside of rooms at Grand Park Royal Cancun during the day.
Photo courtesy of: Grand Park Royal Cancun

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David Travis

Friday 20th of January 2023

How about writing an article about the places in Cancun and the Rivera Maya that have heated pools. One year we went to the RIU in Playa del Carmen in late October and the pool was so cold nobody was swimming in it. Now we would always go to the Real because the pool was heated and everything else was great. I think Hilton took them over have to look into it to maybe try it again. In the fall we went to Secrets the Vine. It totally sucked. It was more like a senior citizen rest home. Plus, the food was terrible.

Okay enough, would love to read an article of places that have heated pools in Cancun and down to Playa del Car Thinking about coming back down there in early Feb. but needed heated pool. Can always go to the Caribbean.

David Travis Centennial, Colorado