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All reviews hotel zone small site self guided tour entry fee crown paradise close to the hotel bring water archaeological site pesos per person city bus per adult well worth the visit public beach couple of hours walk around cancun sign lagoon side
Let me first start off by saying that this is a very small set of ruins, and if ruins are your main focus, then you should get on a bus for an all day tour. With that being said, El Ray was great. When you...More
There are so many Mayan archeological sites scattered all across the Yucatan Peninsula that it is easy to overlook a site like the Ruinas del Rey. But it is well worth a visit. It is right on the edge of busy Boulevard Kulkulcan at the...More
We went to the Ruins with the Jeep Adventure, it was everything they said it would be. It started at the ruins, which we caught the bus too. They gave us a great tour, we got to feed the iguanas also. Then we took the...More
We decided not to take the 3 hour bus trip to Chichen Itza and go to El Rey instead from our hotel, we took the bus for 65 cents.
They charged us 8.00 each for the tour, when the sign said 3.00 for entrance. I...More
I didn't want to go on an all day trip to see ruins. These ruins are across from the El Pueblito. It costs $3 and is well worth it. There are restrooms there also. Make sure you bring bread because you can feed the iguanas....More
if you have kids and are in Cancun this a great and cheep place to take them. Admission is $3.00 and you can wander till your hearts content. The ruins are not as great as the others around but your children can explore wherever they...More
What a lovely way to spend an hour or two; The ruins are located on the lagoon side of the road opposite dolphin beach. The cost of entry is $3usd per person and is well worth the money. The guide offers his services to explain...More
Cuncun has a hidden treasure.....the Ruins at El Rey. These ruins are in the hotel zone area at approx 18km. They are between the Hilton Cancun and El Pueblito hotels but on the lagoon side of the road. It costs 30 pesos to enter the...More
Just got back from one week of a GREAT vacation. We stayed at Blue Bay from Feb 4 to the 11, 2005.
A local Cancun Ruin that was WONDERFUL was Del Ray which is at mile marker 18.5. We spent an hour there (cost $3.00...More
El Rey is a fine local attraction, but is really nothing like as impressive as Chichen Itza. It's much closer, much cheaper, not crowded, much, much smaller and has less impressive ruins. I can't speak for the museum as I... More
El Rey is a fine local attraction, but is really nothing like as impressive as Chichen Itza. It's much closer, much cheaper, not crowded, much, much smaller and has less impressive ruins. I can't speak for the museum as I didn't visit it.
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Coming from the airport, it's to the left (opposite the ocean) about a kilometer or so before you start to see hotels. I walked there from the Royal Islander resort. It's near Playa Delfines and the Cancun block letters that... More
Coming from the airport, it's to the left (opposite the ocean) about a kilometer or so before you start to see hotels. I walked there from the Royal Islander resort. It's near Playa Delfines and the Cancun block letters that people take pictures in front of. There is good signage for it, so you will see where it is when you drive into the hotel zone from the airport. Hope that's helpful!