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The Royal Resorts Foundation, Helping to Change Lives

The Royal Resorts Foundation is always looking for ways to help those in need, bring change to communities and to protect the planet. Its causes include study scholarships for children living in poverty, cancer screening and medical treatment, funding physiotherapy for children with physical and neurological challenges, emergency relief for employees, help for the aged, and conservation of the Mayan jungle and the area’s underground rivers.

By the end of 2016, the Royal Resorts Foundation had raised nearly USD$300,000 for its community and conservation causes through the Dollar a Stay campaign at the resorts, additional donations by members and employees, fundraising events organized by staff, the sale of recyclable trash and more. Here’s a look at the Royal Resorts Foundation’s causes.

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Keep on Running for a Good Cause, Second Royal Resorts Foundation Race, February 19, 2017

We are gearing up for the Second Royal Resorts Foundation Race on February 19, 2017 and we invite you to join us in supporting another worthy cause. This time, the Royal Resorts Foundation has partnered with Pro Niños Excepcionales A.C., a Cancun NGO that supports children with physical, neurological and mental challenges. We will be helping a man who has devoted his life to caring for sick children but now needs a helping hand himself, Maclovio Tun

At 74 years old, Maclovio is the sole breadwinner for his family, wife Carmen who is paralyzed and their son Reyes who has severe cerebral palsy. Their derelict house has a leaking roof, no door and no sanitation facilities and is unfit for them to live in. Our goal is to renovate and extend it, adding a bathroom, bedroom, ramps and other aids for easy access, making it a safe, healthy and comfortable space for them.

Sign up for the Second Royal Resorts Foundation Race and help renovate Maclovio’s home. Take part in the 10, five or three-kilometer race or a three-kilometer walk, there’s a Fun Run for children too.

Sign up today by emailing contact@royalresortsfoundation.org

Invite your friends and family to take part too! The closing date for registration is February 11.

Race details

  • The race takes place on February 19 at 7 a.m. Starting point: Captain’s Cove Restaurant to Westin Regina and back again.
  • Race Fee is $250 pesos per adult and $150 pesos per child and includes a souvenir t-shirt and finalist’s medal, race number, chip, water and an isotonic drink at the finish line
  • 3, 5 or 10 kilometers
  • Age categories for men and women

Free (15-39 years)   Master (40-49 years)           Veteran (50 and over)

Prizes will be given to the first three places in each category in the 5 and 10 km races for men and women. The first three Royal Resorts employees to cross the finish in the 5 and 10-kilometer races for men and women will also receive prizes.

Children’s Fun Run

Bring the kids! There is a race for them too!

  • Children aged 4 to 7 years
    500 meters
  • Children aged 8 to 12 years
    1 kilometer

If you are not going to be in Cancun in February you can still support the cause by making a donation to the Royal Resorts Foundation online at www.royalresortsfoundation.org or during your stay at Royal Resorts.

Second Royal Resorts Foundation Race

Building a Home for Dani

In February 2016, our First Royal Resorts Foundation Race, organized in partnership with Erase Una Vez un Hogar A.C. (Once Upon a Time a Home), helped raise money to build a home for Dani, a little boy from the village of Leona Vicario with brittle bone syndrome. Dani and his family are now settled comfortably in their new house, which is equipped with foam floors, ramps and other aids to meet his needs.

Dani’s new house

Therapy for Physically Challenged Children at the Cancun CRIT Clinic

In November 2016, Royal Resorts Foundation made a donation to the CRIT Rehabilitation Center in Cancun (Centro de Rehabilitacion e Inclusion Infantil Teleton) to cover the costs of physiotherapy for six children with motor, bone and neuromuscular diseases.

The CRIT Center is run by a Mexican charity called Fundacion Teleton, which has 23 CRIT Centers all over the country and a Children’s Cancer Hospital, and attends 294,172 children.

CRIT Centers provide diagnosis, physiotherapy, multisensory stimulation, occupational therapy and care for children with mobility challenges, cerebral palsy, autism, cancer and other illnesses. Dedicated teams of medical staff and volunteers help children from low-income households, providing access to treatment that will improve their quality of life. Counseling, health and hygiene seminars are also available for the parents of special needs children and for those with terminally ill children.

As a result of the therapy they receive at the CRIT, some children become stronger and more independent, taking their first steps, learning to swim, dress themselves and move around more. Others begin to express themselves through art or practice their language skills.

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Helping Women get Vital Cancer Screening

In 2016, Royal Resorts Foundation donations funded vital breast cancer screening, mammograms, ultrasounds or treatment for 693 women on a low income.

The Foundation’s partner for this cause is Grupo Desafio de Quintana Roo, A.C. Founded in 1999 by a group of women who have fought their own battle with the disease, the Cancun-based NGO started life as a support network for breast cancer patients. Its mission is now to help all those living with the disease, regardless of sex, age or type of cancer.

In addition to helping women from the poorest sectors of society with cancer screening and treatments, Grupo Desafio seeks to raise cancer awareness by giving seminars on the disease and the importance of early detection in local communities. It also offers self-help and counseling sessions for patients and their families.

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Employee Emergency Relief Fund

The Royal Resorts Foundation gives emergency aid to staff coping with grave illnesses such as cancer, major surgery or accidents in the family and to care for the terminally ill. In 2016, it helped seven employees with health problems, including treatment for scoliosis, eye surgery, bladder surgery in a case of spina bifida, epilepsy medication, speech therapy for a child with Down’s syndrome, hearing aids and assistance with funeral expenses.

Employee Emergency Relief Fund

Building a future for children in need

The Royal Resorts Foundation awards scholarships to a class of children attending primary school in Colegio Mano Amiga in the Ciudad de la Alegria community center on the outskirts of Cancun.

Colegio Mano Amiga students come from poor families, often from single parent households, migrant families or vulnerable backgrounds overshadowed by domestic violence, addiction, crime or other problems that would make it impossible for the child to continue his/her studies if it were not for this support.

At Colegio Mano Amiga primary and secondary school, children study and play in a safe, happy environment. They have access to nutritious meals and medical treatment and an education that will give them hope and a better chance in life.

Mano Amiga Cancun

Saving the Mayan Jungle

In partnership with Amigos de Sian Ka’an, the Foundation is helping to fund initiatives to protect the Mayan Jungle and its precious wildlife and the fragile network of underground rivers that flows deep in the limestone beneath our feet.

Through the environmental services payment program coordinated by Amigos de Sian Ka’an, 22 landowners in Ejido Juarez and four in El Eden reserve in northern Quintana Roo are receiving grants in return for preserving the forest on their land for posterity instead of clearing it for agriculture or cattle ranching. To date, 400 hectares of forest have been saved using this system. Not only is the forest protected for the rare animals and birds that inhabit it, it represents the capture and storage of 30 percent of the carbon dioxide emissions generated by water production, water treatment plants and pumping in the Benito Juarez municipal district where Cancun is located.

Participating landowners recognize that it is crucial to protect the jungle and their enthusiasm has spread to eight other ejidos where landowners are also interested in joining the program.

El Eden reserve is of vital ecological importance in the area. Straddling a natural fault line, it is a zone of jungle and marshland peppered with cenotes, underground rivers and lagoons where water is plentiful year-round, attracting wildlife. It is home to forest and wetland birds, whitetail deer, peccary, spider monkey, jaguar, puma, ocelot and anteater, among others.

Endangered as a result of deforestation, uncontrolled growth, ranching and poaching, rare jaguars and pumas still inhabit the territory. El Eden Reserve has been identified as a breeding area for jaguars and it is thought that females seek it out as a refuge to give birth. Using camera traps attached to trees along jungle trails, biologists are studying the big cats’ movements and those of the animals they prey upon such as deer, peccary, agouti and ocellated turkey.

The goal is to expand the environmental services program in the north and center of the state, linking larger areas of forest to the Sian Ka’an biosphere reserve and creating natural wildlife corridors for threatened species like the jaguar. Quintana Roo has the largest population of jaguars in Mexico, estimated at around 800 of the 4,000 that still roam the country. Protecting this emblem species, once held sacred by the Maya and the Aztecs, is a priority for Mexico’s environmental ministry and conservationists.

The project to create a natural corridor in northern Quintana Roo was given an extra boost recently at the COP 13 biodiversity summit in Cancun in December.

The cenotes and underground rivers of the Yucatan Peninsula are breathtakingly beautiful and a hidden treasure for biologists, archaeologists and cave divers. The only source of fresh water in the area, they are also fragile and under threat from urban development and pollution. Amigos de Sian Ka’an is mapping the network of underground rivers, studying threats to the aquifer and cenotes and working with government authorities, universities and the private sector to develop a water management policy to protect them.

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Gifts of Toys for Children in Need

In what has become a Christmas tradition at Royal Resorts, employees, members and guests collected toys to give a Kings Day surprise to children at La Escuelita de Sonia, a home school helping underprivileged children in Alfredo V Bonfil community on the outskirts of Cancun on January 6, 2017.

January 6, Dia de Los Reyes Magos is the day that Mexican children traditionally receive gifts and the Spreading Happiness Party at Sonia’s School was a fun morning for all with toys, games, piñatas filled with candies, cake and other goodies.

In 2016, toys were distributed at a school in the village of Leona Vicario.

The Royal Resorts Foundation accepts donations of educational material, new toys and used clothing (children and adults) in good condition all year round.

 

Get-togethers with Cancun’s Old Folk

On December 23, Royal Resorts Foundation volunteers helped at a Christmas lunch for 150 elderly parishioners at the Lourdes Church in Downtown Cancun. These monthly get-togethers during the year are a chance for pensioners living on their own to meet friends.

Elderly Parishioners

Get Involved

If you have a particular skill or would like to volunteer your time during your vacation to help those in need, give back to the community or do something to protect the planet the Royal Resorts Foundation would love to hear from you, write to: contact@royalresortsfoundation.org

For more information about the Foundation causes, fundraising events and special Spreading Happiness events organized during the year visit www.royalresortsfoundation.org Online donations are also accepted through the website.

 

We’ll be posting more updates, photos and videos of events on our Facebook page.

 

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Royal Resorts now has six resorts in Cancun, Puerto Morelos and Playa del Carmen, 3,000 employees, many of whom have been with the company for more than 20, 30 and even 40 years, and more than 70,000 members. Additionally, more than 3.5 million members and guests have enjoyed the Royal Resorts vacation experience to date and we look forward to welcoming many more in years to come.

During the year, we will be publishing stories and photos commemorating 40 Years of Royal Resorts on our blog, in this newsletter and on our Facebook page. If you would like to drop us a line and send us photos and stories about your treasured vacation memories, we would love to hear from you. You can send photos and vacation stories to memories@royalresorts.com

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What’s New at Royal Resorts?

Royal Resorts is always looking for ways to enhance your vacation experience and a number of projects were carried out in 2016, and additional ones planned for 2017, to make your resort home even more comfortable and give you even more things to enjoy. Here’s a look at some of the most important amenities and activities to look forward to on your next vacation. Members can find more details in the annual Advisory Council reports and financial statements published in the Members Area of www.royalresorts.com (member log in required).

Resort Improvements

  • Supervised Kids Club activities now available for members at no additional charge at The Royal Sands, The Royal Cancun and The Royal Haciendas
  • New supervised Kids Club for The Royal Caribbean and The Royal Islander coming soon in 2017
  • Multipurpose sports court at The Royal Haciendas for basketball, volleyball, soccer and tennis
  • New half basketball court on one of the tennis courts at The Royal Islander
  • Tennis courts now resurfaced at The Royal Haciendas; specialized LED court lighting will be installed in 2017
  • New upholstery for couches, easy chairs, chairs and benches in the lobbies at The Royal Sands and The Royal Islander
  • New beach towels at The Royal Islander and The Royal Sands
  • Renovation of pool deck restrooms at The Royal Islander
  • New larger fixed shade umbrellas for Phase 1 pool deck at The Royal Sands
  • Replacement of guest elevator at The Royal Islander
  • Replacement of 600m3 Reverse Osmosis plant at The Royal Sands with an 800m3 model, which will bring savings in 2017
  • Replacement of two guest elevators at The Royal Sands in 2017
  • Tractor and seaweed sweeper for beach cleaning at The Royal Haciendas
  • Phase 2 pool bridge at The Royal Haciendas improved to give easier access for physically challenged guests
  • Phase 2 building painting project completed at The Royal Haciendas
  • Two dressing rooms for performers in the evening shows on the Phase 2 stage at The Royal Haciendas, 2017

Villa Improvements

Fresh look for the living room couches and chairs, dining room chairs, bedroom chairs and dressing room stools with new fabrics, upholstery, living room rugs and cushions at The Royal Islander in 2017

  • New art sets for villas to match new décor at The Royal Islander (2017)
  • New dressing room stools for guest bedrooms at The Royal Islander
  • New terrace furniture for all villas at The Royal Islander and The Royal Sands
  • Villa Renovation Program at The Royal Sands, 100 villas completed in 2016 and 80 more for 2017
  • Fan and coil replacement in 80 villas at The Royal Sands to make the air-conditioning silent, 2017 project
  • Reading lamps in the master bedrooms at The Royal Cancun
  • New alarm clocks with USB chargers for mobile phones and tablets at all Cancun resorts
  • Replacement of Standard Definition with HD for 20 TV channels in the villas at all resorts
  • 43” LED TVs at The Royal Haciendas
  • New pillows and pillowcases for villa bedrooms at The Royal Islander, The Royal Caribbean, the Royal Sands and The Royal Cancun
  • New bedspreads in all C Villas at The Royal Cancun

Coming in 2017, The Royal Haciendas Furniture Upholstery Project (FF & E)

At The Royal Haciendas, this year will see the start of a project to replace the upholstery on living room couches and easy chairs, dining room chairs, bar and dressing room stools and bedroom chairs in the villas. Plush fabrics in rich tones will be accented with new curtains, cushions and rugs. This project will be carried out over the next four years.

100 Villas at The Royal Sands have a Brand New Look

The villa renovation program at The Royal Sands is in full swing and 100 units were completed in 2016, giving them a stylish new look and comfortable furnishings for members and guests to enjoy. Another 80 units will get their makeover this year and the remainder in 2018 and 2019.

Other Improvements at the Resorts

On your next visit you’ll notice that several of the resort businesses have also been making upgrades for your vacation enjoyment. These include new dining options, renovations at The Royal Market and Thomas More Travel.

First up is news from the Royal Resorts restaurant scene, try new dining options such as the Smoke BBQ lunch at The Royal Islander, paninis and crepes at La Rotonda Bar, The Royal Haciendas, the Sand Dollar cevicheria at The Royal Sands and Mexican wine tasting dinners at Hacienda Sisal. There’s a new beach bar called Sippin’ and Dippin’ at The Royal Cancun and, a new open-air terrace bar at Tradewinds at The Royal Caribbean.

The Royal Market store at The Royal Islander was renovated and the fridges at The Royal Sands were replaced during the year. All stores are now sporting a brand new logo.

The Thomas More Travel tour desk at The Royal Sands has been completely renovated and expanded into the office formerly occupied by the British Consulate. It includes the car rental desk and is a much more better space for customers and staff, with comfy seating and big screens showing videos of major tourist attractions in the Mexican Caribbean and the Yucatan.

The resort businesses such as restaurants and bars, travel agency, spa, gym, resort stores and gift shops are independent entities with their own budgets. They are not included in the resort operating budgets and are not paid for by the member Club Service Fee.

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Seafood fans, try the new Sand Dollar at The Royal Sands

If you are traveling to Cancun soon or are staying at Royal Resorts and can’t wait to get your fill of fresh seafood, The Royal Sands has another delicious dining option for you to try during your vacation. Now open, Sand Dollar is a cevichería or seafood bar on the terrace outside Sidelines. The menu features seafood cocktails, tostadas, tacos and several varieties of ceviche, all perfect for lunch with an ice cold beer or a tropical cocktail and a view of the pool deck and the Caribbean.

Get your bearings and order drinks, try the Pink Wave, the Sand Dollar signature cocktail, a refreshing concoction of fresh lemon, Sprite, blush wine and Merlot. As you look at the menu, your waiter will bring tortilla chips and two homemade tomato salsas for you to snack on, both are delicious.

Have you tried ceviche before?
Ceviche is one of the most popular dishes along Mexico’s Caribbean, Pacific and Gulf shorelines and throughout Latin America. Fresh seafood is marinated in lime juice until it literally “cooks” and turns white. Chopped onion, tomato, chili, coriander, and a dash of oil and seasoning are added and the ceviche is served with totopos or corn chips, very tasty!

Ceviche recipes vary from region to region, some chefs add cucumber or mango and the seafood can be diced or grated fish, shrimp, lobster, clams or octopus or a mixture of all of them! Chef Juan Manuel Fuentes has created five different ceviches for the Sand Dollar, made with shrimp, fish, clams and even oyster mushrooms for vegetarians. You won’t find these flavorful ceviches anywhere else. Try one, try them all!

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Plenty of delicious seafood choices on the Sand Dollar menu
The Sand Dollar menu also features a selection of Mexican seafood cocktails with octopus, shrimp and the famous Campechano. Often served as a pick me up, this hearty seafood cocktail is a blend of shrimp, fish, octopus and clams marinated in lime and tomato juice with chopped onion, tomato, cucumber, coriander, avocado and a hint of chili. A fruit cocktail with fried plantains, watermelon, papaya, melon and kiwi fruit marinated in orange juice, parsley and honey vinaigrette is a refreshing tropical alternative.

Try the crispy corn tostadas. Piled with fish ceviche, octopus, tuna or shredded beef salpicon, a tasty Yucatan dish, and served with salsas, they are so delicious you won’t be able to eat just one.

If you are in the mood for seafood tacos, there’s a choice of taco fillings to munch on at the Sand Dollar. “Shelliche” mixed ceviche, octopus salad or stewed tuna tinga feature on the menu, as do minilla, which is shredded fish cooked in a mild chipotle chili sauce, and flaked salmon served Korean style with sesame oil, coriander, carrot, red cabbage, lime juice, sambal sauce and rice sheets.

Sand Dollar tacos are served with the traditional soft corn tortillas but you can also choose lettuce leaves, crispy taco shells or rice sheets for an Oriental touch. Tostadas and tacos come with chili sauce or chipotle mayo and there’s plenty of habanero chili on demand.

After your meal sit back, enjoy the view, order another beer, cocktail or coffee and be sure to save space for a homemade ice cream – coconut and fresh pineapple or tangerine with Xtabentun –, ice cream soda or Key Lime pie.

The Sand Dollar is located on the terrace outside Sidelines Sports Bar at The Royal Sands. Open daily from 12 noon to 8 p.m. (weather permitting). From 5 to 8 p.m. freshly made sushi is also available in addition to ceviches, seafood cocktails, tostadas and tacos.

What else is new on the Royal Resorts dining scene?
In more Royal Resorts dining news, be sure to try the new panini and crepe menu in La Rotonda Bar at The Royal Haciendas just outside Playa del Carmen. Freshly made sushi is also available. Daily, 5 to 10 p.m.

Discover an array of tempting new dishes on the El Conquistador menu at The Royal Islander in Cancun.

There’s also the Mexican Wine Tasting Dinner on Wednesday at Hacienda Sisal in Cancun. Try wines from some of Mexico’s most famous vineyards and a delicious menu of traditional dishes to complement them perfectly. Reservations are required for this event as seating is limited.

Have you tried the Monday Smoke BBQ lunch on the terrace at Cayo Largo in The Royal Islander? Brisket, ribs, pork and chicken are all cooked to a traditional smoke recipe from St. Louis and there is a choice of sauces and traditional BBQ garnishes. Smoke BBQ sandwiches are also available at The Royal Cancun on Tuesdays.

Also at The Royal Islander, Paco’s Tacos has an expanded menu offering of tasty traditional tacos and is sporting colorful new Mexican décor.

Enjoy your favorite cocktail in the open-air terrace bar at Tradewinds in The Royal Caribbean or the Sippin’ and Dippin’ beach bar at The Royal Cancun.

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Kids Club Activities for All at Royal Resorts

Kids Club activities at The Royal Cancun, The Royal Sands and The Royal Haciendas are now available to members at no additional charge and The Royal Caribbean and The Royal Islander will soon have their own Kids Club in 2017.

The supervised Kids Clubs offer activities for children aged four to 12 years and are a great option for children to have fun and make new friends while parents relax, sign into the Spa or go shopping.

Children have even more activities to choose from and the Kids Clubs are now open at the weekend. Hours are Monday to Friday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday.

Reservations are required for the Kids Club the day before your children wish to sign in. Call ext. 159 or the Activities Centers at ext. 169.

The Royal Sands Kids Club also has a new Baby Area for children under the age of four where parents can take their toddlers to play with toys and games. Supervised activities are not available in this area and the parent/guardian must stay with the child at all times.

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Gift Shopping made Simple at Royal Resorts

Whatever the occasion, surprise someone special with a Royal Resorts Gift Card. On sale at The Royal Market, Paloma Gift Shop and the Spa, they are available for Spa therapies and massages, dining at Hacienda Sisal and Captain’s Cove, Royal Roast Coffee Co. and shopping at The Royal Market and La Paloma Gift Shop.

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Royal Resorts Restaurants Pass Distintivo H Kitchen Inspections with Flying Colors

In the annual Distintivo H inspections certifying kitchen hygiene and food storage facilities, Captain’s Cove, Hacienda Sisal, Tradewinds, La Veranda, La Palapa at The Royal Cancun, bars and Royal Roast Coffee Co. all scored top marks and a 100 percent pass rate. The employee dining rooms at The Royal Sands, The Royal Caribbean and The Royal Cancun also passed with flying colors.

Distintivo H is a quality certification program for restaurants and hotel kitchens coordinated by the Mexican Tourism Board.

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25,000 Baby Turtles released at Royal Resorts in 2016

By the time the precious eggs in the last sea turtle nest of 2016 had hatched, Royal Resorts security guards had released over 25,000 baby turtles or tortuguitas.

Our dedicated turtle guardians watched over 246 nests in the turtle nesting enclosures at The Royal Sands, The Royal Caribbean and The Royal Islander. Further south, 2,968 baby turtles were released at Grand Residences and 82 at The Royal Haciendas, where nesting turtles are rare.

Turtle nesting is cyclical and good years with lots of nesting activity are invariably followed by slow years. After record-breaking seasons in 2013 and 2015, 2016 was a slow year with fewer females coming ashore to lay their eggs. We hope that this summer will be a busier nesting season for the sea turtles. At the beginning of May our security teams will be on the lookout for our special visitors from the sea.

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Royal Resorts Apps to Save you Time

Royal Resorts has its own Apps designed to help you make the most of your vacation. Download the Royal Resorts App and Royal Dining from the App Store.

You can use the Royal Resorts App to preregister, send special requests before you arrive and save time at check in. Review orders and purchases during your stay and use the App to keep tabs on the amount spent per card. Settle your resort bill by charging it securely to your credit card and the App will provide your check out slip. You can also look at past, current and future reservations and report issues that you noticed during your stay.

The Royal Dining App enables you to make dinner reservations at Hacienda Sisal, Captain’s Cove and other Royal restaurants.

Available from the App Store, Android versions coming soon.

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