Paradisus Cancun Reveals Multi-Million Royal Service Suites Reno

Bruce Parkinson, Open Jaw

Paradisus by Melia has completed a US$2.6 million renovation to the property’s 135 Royal Service Ocean View Suites and exclusive Royal Service Lounge.

The suites now boast of “an open-air concept with nature-inspired design details,” conceptualized and executed by Melia Hotels International’s architect Alvaro Sans.

In DEC 2017 the resort will introduce a second phase of the property refresh with new Royal Service Lagoon View Suites and a private Royal Service Solarium.

“We are thrilled to offer our Royal Service guests an enhanced luxury experience during a getaway to Paradisus Cancun,” said Santiago Rivera, the resort’s GM.

“Our goal was to create a space that takes full advantage of our amazing ocean-views amid an elevated guest experience, marked with upscale services and accommodations, and we know even the most discerning guests will love these new accommodations.”

The new suite colour palette features soft green and yellow hues on the walls, blues in the bathroom, and crisp white furniture throughout. Ocean-front views can now be enjoyed from every angle of the suites through an elegant glass wall lightly separating the bathroom from the bedroom. As well, each suite is now equipped with 50-inch HD televisions along with espresso machines and tea service.

Bruce Parkinson

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