Those staying at Grand Palladium’s Riviera Maya property won’t be at a loss for choices.
Sebnem Richtmann, Grand Palladium Hotels & Resorts’ business development manager for the West and most of Ontario, told a recent Baxter Media webcast that the property consists of “three resorts in one” and “nobody will get bored” in a retreat that has a “beautiful spa” and many other amenities.
Dining options include 9 a la carte restaurants and buffets as well.
Among lodging options is TRS, an upscale all-inclusive for adults alone.
Families can stay in other brands at the beachfront property.
Grand Palladium also has a property in Costa Mujeres, found 35 to 40 minutes from Cancun’s international airport. Richtmann said property guests can travel by boat along a manmade river to a resort village that offers dining, a sports bar and other amenities.
The resort has a Rafael Nadal Tennis Academy and a pro will be on hand for those who want to improve their tennis skills.
Guests will find “something for everyone,” Richtmann continued.
Those staying at the property “can walk for miles and miles” along the beach, she added.
Richtmann said Grand Palladium is happy to work with those in the MICE trade, and also has “many, many years” of hosting on-site weddings. Wedding coordinators are available for those wanting to tie the knot.
The Palladium Hotel Group has been in business for half a century and now has 50 hotels in 6 countries.
Meanwhile, Richtmann said the Palladium Hotel Group has gone to great lengths to keep guests and staff safe during the pandemic, with masked employees undergoing temperature checks, as will guests when they first alive. On-line check-in and check-out is available, and a seal is placed on guest rooms after guests check out and the room is cleaned, ensuring no one else will be in the unit.
Medical staff can be found around the clock and Richtmann said the sprawling nature of the resorts enables easy social distancing.