Catalonia Royal Tulum
Carretera Cancun-Chetumal Km. 264.5
Xpu-Ha, Q.Roo MX, 77790 MX
Fitness Center: Yes
Day Spa: Yes
Catalonia Royal Tulum Pool
Catalonia Royal Tulum Reviews
The Catalonia Royal Tulum (formerly the Copacabana Beach Resort) is located on a spectacular stretch of white sand beach. A lagoon-size swimming pool with inserted Jacuzzi along with spraying fountains, set before a beautiful white sand beach. Three Jacuzzi pools are enshrouded by palms. Multiple buffet dining options and lot’s of activities. The Catalonia Royal Tulum offers all the amenities and facilities you would expect of a 4-Star all-inclusive tropical resort.
Location: On the beautiful Mayan Coast on Xpu-Ha Beach, between Cancun & Tulum. Near archeological sites of Coba & Tulum. The Catalonia Royal Tulum is 35 miles from Cancun airport.
423 Rooms, A/C, 2 doubles or 1 king bed, 5 Pools, Children’s Pool, 7 Restaurants, 7 Bars, Swim-up bar, Adults-Only Jacuzzi, Pool grill, Day Spa, Fitness Center, Activities program, Tennis Court, Watersports, Golf nearby.
"I was dissapointed with the vip “suite.” Nothing similar to my understanding of what a “suite” should be. The beach was full of rocks from one end to the other. No way of going in the water without falling or slipping on the rocks. Food quality was poor and not much to pick from, Seafood was nowhere to be found!!!! Very different from Catalonia in Punta Cana which was excellent!" – Isabel from Ridgefield, New Jersey
"We had a excellent time, the staff was friendly and fun. Always activities going on and very clean. We would go back in a minute." – Shelley & Dave from Republic, Ohio
"This was paradise on earth! A beautiful resort with the perfect beach. The accomodations were private due to the jungle growing between buildings along the rock walk way to the beach and gave the effect of seclusion even though they were at full capacity. We were disappointed with the Apple Vacation people. They directed us away from the destinations we wanted to see (Xel-Ha, Xcaret) and towards smaller local attractions (Maya Adventures) that they probably got a good commission on selling. We were bussed to a small centote (a cave with an ocean inlet) with several other shuttles full of suckers just like us. Because they were so small they were very crowded with not much sea life. The food at the resort was not first rate but was alright for a mom who was happy she did not have to cook!" – Carol from Grand Junction, Colorado