Royal Resorts in Cancun, Playa del Carmen Enhance Offerings

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Designed for VIPs seeking a truly romantic experience, THE ROYAL in Cancun and THE ROYAL Playa del Carmen continue to make enhancements to suit the needs of your Mexico-bound clients.

The improvements include redecorated guest suites with comfort designed furnishings and mood enhancing color schemes, the addition of adjustable LED reading lamps attached to the headboard, new luxury faucets in the baths, a foot rest with the overstuffed easy chair, a posh rug accenting the marble floors, and spa style bathrobes and slippers.

Regarding service, guests will find an expanded wine list with more wines and liquors incorporated into the all-inclusive experience, as well as a broader wine list, including vintage wines, champagne and spirits.

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In addition, the complimentary room service experience has been enhanced. Guests may still enjoy discreet delivery through the 'Magic Box,' or opt for a more formal room service on a well-appointed table.

SPAzul, the Mayan influenced holistic spa at each of the resorts, now offer complimentary hydrotherapy in addition to a full menu of spa treatments offered at special resort pricing.

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