Medium size lobby
With its classic arches, columns, terraces, fountains and gardens, the low-rise architecture at The Royal Haciendas is inspired by the grand old haciendas or estates of the Yucatan which prospered from the cultivation of a native agave plant called henequen or sisal in the late 19th century and the first two decades of the 20th century.
One bedroom, one bathroom, sleeps two. Two beds, TV, DVD, phone, in-room safe. Kitchenette. Ocean-view balcony with seating for two. Central air-conditioning. Telephones, hairdryer, iron and ironing board. Cribs and babysitting service (prior request, additional charge for baby-sitting). Interior Space: 451.33 ft2 | Balcony
La Palapa del Sol - As perfect for a romantic candlelit dinner as it is for a relaxed lunch, this spectacular thatched beachfront restaurant offers delicious Mexican fare and a dash of world cuisine. Whether you dine inside or on the terrace, the 180º views of the pearly white sand and the turquoise waters of the Caribbean are dazzling. The a la carte dinner menu features grilled favorites and regional specialties. Take a look at the wine list when ordering. You?ll find a fine collection of wines from the New World and the Old, the classics you know and love and a sprinkling of exciting young wines from smaller vineyards. Each wine has been carefully chosen to complement and enhance your meal. La Palapa del Sol is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Los Murales restaurant - Art and cuisine go hand in hand at Los Murales. Everywhere you look you will find artistry, from the Byzantine-style murals that give the restaurant its name to the exquisitely presented food on your plate. The menu is a marriage of flavors. Fish, lobster, shrimp, crab and scallops, meat and poultry are paired with a dash of lime, fresh herbs, chili and the exotic spices of the Far East. Each dish is a voyage of discovery, an experience that you will want to repeat over and over again. Open from 5 - 10 p.m., Monday to Friday.