Palace Resorts: The Grand at Moon Palace Cancun
Picture a palace: The sweeping gardens. The sparkling fountains. The dolphins putting on a show. Ok. We admit it. We’re describing The Grand at Moon Palace Cancun. This all-inclusive resort is everything a palace should be, and then some. Swarovski crystal chandeliers, luxury amenities, and so many luxury surprises in store, you ‘ll feel more then swell, you’ll feel grand.
What in the royal crown does it mean to live the Palace life? First of all, it means making the most luxurious accommodations your tropical home. They should be nothing short of exquisite, right? Wrong. They should be better than exquisite, and Palace Resorts sets the all-inclusive high standard. Their luxurious rooms come complete with signature double-whirlpool tubs, because a single-whirlpool doesn’t suit royalty. And living large means you can expect big name entertainment, so you shouldn’t be surprised that Usher has performed at The Grand at Moon Palace, and that the Backstreet Boys will be performing this December. (It’s ok to be surprised.) And with $1,500 in resort credit per stay, taking an excursion to discover the beautiful Mayan ruins at Chichen Itza and taking a dip with dolphins should both be on your royal itinerary. What’s that about golf?
Jack Nicklaus-designed golf at The Grand
This course is designed by Jack Nicklaus. Enough said, but here’s a little more just in case. This is a course of “firsts.” It’s the first Palace Resort designed by Jack Nicklaus, and it’s the first Cancun course designed by the legend. It’s also going to be the first course you play that you can’t stop daydreaming about. Nicklaus wanted it to set the standard for golf in Cancun, while being appealing to golfers of all skill levels. Mission achieved. Take a swing at three different course combinations on the 27-hole grounds while you wind your way through jungle, lakes and dunes.
When you’re ready to live the palace life, The Grand at Moon Palace will be more than ready to host. Get going and enjoy the best kept secret in Cancun.