Palace Resorts has completed a $40 million renovation of its Sun Palace resort in Cancun, the company said this week.
The adults-only Resort has officially reopened after undergoing what Palace called “extensive improvements and a complete transformation to its interiors and exteriors.”
The project included a complete redesign of all 247 rooms and suites at the resort, along with the a reimagined lobby, new meeting space features, new dining options and a new look at common spaces, bars and lounges, among other changes.
“We are extremely proud of the work that was done to complete the unveiling of Sun Palace, one of our most popular adult-only resorts and one that has been recognized in the industry among the top hotels for romance as well as one of the top resorts in Cancun as designated by the TripAdvisor community,” said Gibran Chapur, executive Vice President of Palace Resorts. “After 13 years of continued success, we felt it was time to modernize and revamp this property to ensure it meets the demands and likes of our guests and continues to be in a caliber all its own.”
New eateries at the property include a Brazilian-style steakhouse called Fuego; Tratto, the brainchild of Michelin-starred Chef Giuseppe Lannotti; a Thai eatery; and a contemporary Mexican restaurant called Aurora.
Cancun and the Mexican Caribbean are currently open for tourism.
For more, visit Sun Palace.