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Gift Shopping at Royal Resorts

If you are gift shopping at Royal Resorts, you have more options than ever before. Treat someone special to a morning of relaxation in the Spa at The Royal Sands or The Royal Haciendas, a meal or shopping. Say “I love you” with flowers and plan a special dinner on the sand that will be a vacation highlight.

Whatever the occasion, surprise the ones you love 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.

With a gift card for The Royal Market, the recipient can shop for vacation groceries or splash out on a bottle of wine or premium tequila. At La Paloma Gift Shop they can pick up resort and beach wear, straw hats, bags and leather sandals, jewelry and Mexican souvenirs.

Flowers always make a wonderful gift. You can order them online before you travel or for someone who will be staying at Royal Resorts. During your stay, you’ll find roses, lilies and bouquets of mixed flowers on sale at The Royal Market and a catalog if you would like to choose a floral arrangement or fruit basket to be delivered to your villa.

If you are celebrating an anniversary how about surprising the one you love with a romantic beach dinner? Contact Special Events to organize an unforgettable evening under the stars.

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