March 2013

Welcome to the first Royal Resorts news round up of 2013. We hope you will visit us this year and we look forward to welcoming you to your home away from home when you do so. For those of you still shivering in the cold and rain, why not plan…

Grand Residences by Royal Resorts® News

Construction is progressing well at the Grand Residences site south of Puerto Morelos, the service area, motor lobby-main public building and the buildings where the villas are located are taking shape, for example beachfront Building 1 is now…

The Royal Mayan

The Membership Program at The Royal Mayan® terminates in January 2014.  As stipulated in the terms of the membership agreement and communicated to members of The Royal Mayan in the summer of 2012, the resort will be sold and the search is…

Cancun & Riviera Maya Wine & Food Festival

For the second year running, Cancun played host to the Cancun & Riviera Maya Wine & Food Festival from March 14 to 17. This important gourmet event brings together chefs from all over the Americas and Europe. This year, the festival featured…

35 Years of Memories

Royal Resorts is celebrating 35 years of golden memories in 2013. How time flies, 35 years since the first club The Royal Cancun® opened its doors in 1978! To commemorate this auspicious occasion, we are planning to produce an online gallery…

35 Years of Memories

Royal Resorts is celebrating 35 years of golden memories in 2013. How time flies, 35 years since the first club The Royal Cancun® opened its doors in 1978! To commemorate this auspicious occasion, we are planning to produce an online gallery…

Royal Resorts Caring for the Community

As of January 13, $843,813 pesos had been raised for the charitable causes supported by the Royal Resorts Foundation*: children’s education, the campaign against cancer, conservation and the emergency relief for employees.   We would…

2012, A Record Year for Sea Turtles

Last year proved to be another extraordinary turtle season at Royal Resorts. Security staff at The Royal Sands, The Royal Mayan, The Royal Caribbean and The Royal Islander watched over 647 turtle nests and with the help of guests released 65,703…