All inclusive

Park Royal Beach Resort Ixtapa

Ixtapa 4.0

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Overview

A beachfront resort on the Pacific Coast of Mexico, the Park Royal Beach Resort Ixtapa offers 228 guests rooms, all-inclusive amenities including restaurants, bars, pools, kids club, fully equipped fitness centre and complimentary wi-fi throughout the property.  

Check in

3 p.m.

Check out

12 p.m.

Rooms

228

Rooms

Deluxe Nature View
398 square feet
  • 2 double beds, or 1 king bed
  • Garden view
  • No more than 4 guests in the room
Deluxe Nature View
398 square feet
Featured amenities
Included in all rooms
  • A/C
  • Crib (on request)
  • Hair dryer
  • Iron/Ironing board
  • Phone
  • Safe
  • TV

Premier Ocean View
398 square feet
  • 2 double beds, or 1 king bed
  • Ocean view
  • No more than 4 guests in the room
Premier Ocean View
398 square feet
Featured amenities
Included in all rooms
  • A/C
  • Crib (on request)
  • Hair dryer
  • Iron/Ironing board
  • Phone
  • Safe
  • TV
Additional details

Aditional amenities for Premier Guests:

  • Early check in and late check out (subject to availability)
  • Welcome fruit basket and sparkling wine
  • Bathrobe and slippers
  • Upgraded bathroom amenities

Royal Deluxe Ocean View
398 square feet
  • 1 king bed, or 2 double beds
  • Ocean view
  • No more than 4 guests in the room
Royal Deluxe Ocean View
398 square feet
Featured amenities
Included in all rooms
  • A/C
  • Crib (on request)
  • Hair dryer
  • Iron/Ironing board
  • Phone
  • Safe
  • TV
Additional details

Royal Deluxe amenities include:

  • Early check in, late check out (based upon availability).
  • Pool and beach concierge.
  • Turn down service with aromatherapy.
  • Guaranteed dinner reservations.
  • Welcome fruit and sparkling wine in room.
  • Bathrobe and slippers.
  • Upgraded bathroom amenities.

Amenities

  • Child care services available ($)

Kids Club

Age range: 5 to 12
The age range below will determine the quantity of children during booking.
  • Children ages: 2 to 12
Type Amenities
La Langosta Bar, Pool bar Open air
The Moby Dick Bar Bar, Beach bar Open air
Lobby Pub Bar, Lobby bar
Chill Out Lounge Bar, Beach bar Live DJs
Check-in time: 3 p.m.

Check-out time: 12 p.m.

Wi-Fi

  • Lobby
  • Select public areas
  • Room
Type of restaurant Type of cuisine Open for Additional Information
La Veranda Buffet International Breakfast, Dinner
El Pescador Buffet International, Seafood Lunch Dress code
El Italiano À la carte Italian Dinner Dress code, Exclusive to guests over 12 years of age.
Snack El Jardin Snack bar American Lunch, Snacks
Night Express Service Snack bar American Snacks
  • Rooms: 228
  • Fitness centre: on site
  • Spa: on site ($)
  • Spa treatments: on site ($)
  • Water aerobics
Blvd Ixtapa Lote 5A
Ixtapa Zihuatenajo, Guerrero, Mexico
011-52-755-555-0550
20 km from ZIH
  • Beach front
  • All-inclusive: Included
    • All meals plus snacks
    • Dinner can be à la carte (reservations required, dress code in effect)
    • Unlimited domestic drinks

Pools

  • Activity pools: 1
  • Kids pools: 1
  • Waterpark: Included

Water sports

  • Watersports centre: on site ($)

Other activities

  • Arts and crafts: on site
  • Beach activities: on site
  • Daily activities: on site
  • 24 hour front desk
  • Concierge
  • Dry cleaning available ($)
  • Giftshop available ($)
  • Laundry services available ($)
  • Medical services available ($)
  • Meeting facilities available ($)
  • Multilingual staff
  • Parking
  • Tour desk available ($)
  • Wedding facilities available ($)

Location

Address
Blvd Ixtapa Lote 5A, Ixtapa Zihuatenajo, Guerrero, Mexico
Blvd Ixtapa Lote 5A

Reviews

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating

4.0 Very Good

  • Cleanliness 4.0
  • Location 4.5
  • Rooms 3.5
  • Service 4.0
  • Value 3.5
TripAdvisor users rated this property 3 out of 5

Loud, limited food, beautiful area, friendly staff

kerris957 (Burnaby, Canada) on Apr 10, 2022

I struggle to write this review as I am having difficulty separating what could be covid related, possible supply chain management issues, and as a Canadian, also what thoughts are coming from a privileged point of view. I typically go to an all-inclusive resort once or twice a year, however, due to covid restrictions and barriers, have not travelled internationally in 2 years. This was my first time to Ixtapa area and approximately my 15th time to Mexico. This was also by far, the smallest and least known brand of resort that I have ever stayed at. I would rate this a 2.5 out of 5 stars primarily because of the noise and the food situation. This resort seems to be geared to Mexican families, not international travelers nor single people. Of the entire resort, there were probably 5 non-Mexican families including us. Most families had children and it seemed like many extended families came (i.e. grandparents, parents & kids) came to vacation which was nice to see. Literally everything is in Spanish. Often for the entertainment shows at other resorts, the announcer will use both Spanish and English, however, not here. That being said, the shows were often geared towards (and often included) the kids, so even though the non-Spanish families couldn't understand the language, the shows were totally understood as they were not complex plots (i.e. circus, Disney) and were translated well through the actions of the talented performers. All of the guests that we encountered seemed friendly. This is actually a great experience to brush up on and learn Spanish. Since the Wi-Fi (free) situation was strong throughout the resort, including in our room, we could also use google translate easily when there were language barriers. When I attended, the resort was operating at about 40% capacity according to a staff member. The place was very clean and staff were all wearing masks and meticulously cleaning. There were plenty of hand sanitizing stations and guests needed to wear a mask in buffet areas as well as wear a single disposable plastic glove. (keep in mind if you went back to the buffet, the glove would get cross contaminated as you put it back on, so it's not a perfect system if you are that alarmed about getting the virus). The kid's club was closed, but the resort did have what seemed to be fun outdoor activities arranged for the children (I saw friendship bracelets, painting, etc.). There was only one a la carte restaurant (Italian) and one buffet open as well as the pool side snack bar that had a few items. The food situation was most shocking to me. The buffet lacked common items that other resorts offer (bacon, sausage, guacamole, cappuccino machines, gluten free breads, etc.). I personally do not eat dairy or wheat and it was a struggle. Obviously, I travel with supplementary foods and medications to be prepared for these type things but I was quite surprised at the few foods that were being offered. Being in Mexico, I was quite shocked that guacamole was only offered for one meal and salsa on a handful of occasions for the entire week duration as these are usually my "go to's" in Mexico. All of the salad dressings were milk based. On a few occasions, there was oil and vinegar out at the bread area which was awesome, but most times they were not. The lunch buffet was the best meal of the day as it offered more salad bar items and the Italian (according to my spouse) was the best food in the resort. Our room overlooked the pool/ocean and had a beautiful outside view especially the Mexican sunsets. The room was very basic, a bit dated but was clean. There were a few items missing out of our room and the resort had them delivered pronto to us. There was no bathtub or fridge or ice buckets. I'm not sure if all rooms did not have a bathtub but the 2 that we saw did not, so if you have children or require this, make sure to inquire. The TV station had very few English channels aside from CNN and occasionally one movie channel that was hit and miss. We also could not bluetooth or cast movies from our phones to the TV. The king-sized bed in our room was extremely comfortable and the air conditioning worked well. The noise at this resort was ridiculously loud. The layout of most of the rooms is that they are ocean/pool view. In front of these rooms is the pool which translates to loudspeaker announcements all day, the lounge which has a band that likes to use cowbells in the evening until 9pm, the stage for the performances which starts at 9pm, and most importantly, the disco which goes until 2 am. Literally until 2 am you hear the thumping from the disco. Everyone we spoke with were exhausted from being kept up all night. I'm not actually sure who was going to the disco as most of the people at the resort were families. One would not be able to keep their balcony doors open to hear the ocean waves or feel the ocean breeze. On day 3, we were finally able to find a pharmacy that sold earplugs (beside Domino's pizza). I have no idea why the resort boutique would not sell these? One family from Canada had read about the noise ahead of time, so actually brought a white noise machine with them so their kids would be able to sleep. The beach had a beautiful view, however, when we were there, was red and black flagged for the entire time. It was extremely wavy and probably not suitable for most people to swim in, although it was fun to frolic at the shore. There were two pools so if you wanted to cool off, so there were those options as well. We did lay at the beach for a couple of days as the sound of the waves beating on the shore was so soothing and drowned out the noise of the resort. There were lots of beach umbrellas available to stay out of the direct sun. The town itself was totally safe to walk about and easy to navigate. We left the resort each evening for a walk and went into Zihuatanejo on a couple of occasions and did not feel uneasy at any time. There is a newer bike path that links Ixtapa to Zihuatanejo that is worth checking out. You can walk into Ixtapa and rent a bike or an e-bike. We used EZE-BIKE RENTAL and they were fabulous. We had a lovely guide named Anna who came with us and showed us some sights that we may not have known to check on our own but you can go solo too. Finally, the resort staff were amazing. Every single staff that we encountered was very friendly to us and very helpful, even with the language barrier. They all appeared to be extremely hard working and seemed to enjoy their jobs which always makes the experience better.

TripAdvisor users rated this property 4 out of 5

Nice Hotel

Tony R (Saskatoon) on Mar 26, 2022

The hotel is very clean & in a wonderful location. Lots to do outside of the resort. The beach is beautiful, sand is very soft & very clean. Unfortunately the water is very rough (sometimes smells) & we were unable to go in the water at all, so that was disappointing. We found the staff to be very friendly & helpful.

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