We have some great news for Royal Resorts Rewards members. Your Rewards are now valid for five years instead of three, giving you even more time to use them.
Remember that you can earn and redeem Royal Resorts Rewards in a number of ways during your vacation and even when you are back home.
Every time you dine at Royal Resorts restaurants, including Hacienda Sisal, Captain’s Cove, El Conquistador, Los Murales and El Faro Grill and Flor de Canela at Grand Residences
When you book tours through Thomas More Travel, spa treatments and massages and for purchases at The Royal Market and La Paloma Gift Shop
For eligible stays and products booked through the Royal Resorts Reservation Center (call center and websites)
By purchasing Life Extension products or Skymed memberships
By participating in the Friends & Family referral program
* Purchases must be charged to your room to earn Rewards. When you check out let Front Desk staff know which account to credit with the Rewards earned on each key card during your stay.
You can use the Royal Resorts Rewards in your account to
Pay your annual Club Service Fee
Pay the resort bill on your next vacation
Make a donation to the Royal Resorts Foundation
Redeem Rewards by phone only to pay for eligible stays and products booked through Royal Resorts Reservation Center
Your Guests can now earn Rewards too
Remember that your guests can now sign up for Royal Resorts Rewards and earn Rewards during their vacation.
If you haven’t activated your Royal Resorts Rewards account yet, you can do so by visiting RoyalResortsRewards.com Log in with your member email/ID and PIN or click Join Here if you are a guest. Accept the Terms and Conditions and you are good to go.
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