Bye Bye Rina

Get email updates as we publish them, click here to subscribe to The Royal Resorts News Blog email updates. October 28, 2011 12 p.m. Rina has now weakened to a tropical depression and is moving away from the Mexican Caribbean. It is currently…
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Royal Resorts presents: Cancun Underwater Sculpture Park

Around 300 cement sculptures are now being submerged and installed at four different sites in the Cancun-Isla Mujeres Marine Park to form part of the eagerly awaited Cancún Underwater Sculpture Museum.  Snorkelers and divers will be able to…

Discover Tulum

The Quintana Roo coastline is dotted with the vestiges of ancient ports, temples and tiny buildings that are thought to be storehouses and lighthouses, enduring testimony to the vast Mayan trade empire and the intrepid seafarers who navigated…

La Palapa at The Royal Cancun Reopens

UPDATE: La Palapa at The Royal Mayan will reopen its doors tomorrow, October 9. La Palapa, the popular beachfront restaurant at The Royal Cancun-Club Internacional de Cancun reopened for breakfast, lunch and dinner on October 2, after several…
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Chocolate and Cacao: Food of the gods.

Chocolate: Divine Drink of Kings As you munch your way through a chocolate bar or sip a creamy mug of cocoa, do you ever stop and wonder how mankind ever came up with such a heavenly taste? It may come as a surprise to you to find out that…

The Royal Resorts Weekly Videos - Week 38 at The Royal Sands

Welcome to The Royal Resorts Weekly Videos section at our Blog! We'll be posting here short videos displaying life at The Royal Resorts, your home away from home. The following video was filmed during Week 38 at  The Royal Sands in Cancun. Week…
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Fall Equinox at Chichén Itzá

The ancient Mayan capital of Chichén Itzá casts its spell whenever you visit it but on the day of the fall Equinox, the Pyramid of Kukulcán in the Great Plaza becomes a stairway to heaven and an ancient god returns to earth. Also known…