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Palace property will add wave simulator

Mexico’s Palace Resorts – which has five-star, all-inclusive resorts – will add the wave simulator FlowRider Double at Moon Palace Golf & Spa Resort on Nov. 15. Moon Palace will be the first property in Mexico to offer the popular attraction. FlowRider Double creates two lanes of perfect endless waves, pumping thousands of gallons of water over a riding surface, and offering hours of surfing excitement for all ages. Participants can drop in on their own unbroken “wave,”feel the power and acceleration, carve a turn, do maneuvers and cut back. While kids can bodyboard on the new FlowRider, more advanced and adventurous guests can use the standup “flowboards.”The FlowRider Double will be introduced as an upgraded feature to the list of Palace Resorts’ all-inclusive amenities. There is a cost of $75 per person, per hour to experience the wave simulator, and to ensure all guests can maximize their time and enjoyment on the FlowRider, a maximum of 10 people will be allowed a time. Guests can also use the resort’s Resort Credit toward the use of the adventure. Meanwhile, guests who book a stay of five-nights or more can take advantage of Palace Resorts’ US$1,500 Resort Credit offer. Resort credits can be used toward usage of the FlowRider Double, room upgrades, spa and beauty salon treatments, golf, romantic dinners, Colin Cowie Wedding packages, and off-site excursions and tours. (http://www.PalaceResorts.com)

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