The Park Royal family will extend all the way to Huatulco, as of September 1st 2014. Incredible, fully All-Inclusive, the new Park Royal Huatulco is perfect for the family holiday, the romantic getaway or a long holiday with your closest friends.
Extending the full service associated with the Park Royal name could really only make it better. All-Inclusive, and then some, it’s more than just a change of name.
The Park Royal stands, already, for incredible service, attention to every detail and cleanliness right down to the regular detailing of every room. This newest hotel to bear the Park Royal name – the Park Royal Huatulco – invites Royal Holiday travelers to enjoy the full Bay of Tangolunda, one of the nine bays of Huatulco, with the full comfort, satisfaction and style you’ve come to know in Cancun, Cozumel and Los Cabos.
Truly grand California-style architecture stands out from an exotic jungle – and guests take to the eco-tourism, the biking and to a lot of forlorn and heartbreaking beaches. That’s when they’re not living it up at the secluded beach club, complete with a swimming pool, lounge and dinner club.
But up on the main resort grounds Royal Holiday travelers take to the main swimming pool, overlooked by a cute trattoria and lots of the suites for which the Park Royal Huatulco will be famous. Breakfast can be taken right on the deck, and each comfortable suite boasts a private terrace, air conditioning, coffee maker, strong box and satellite TV.
With a modern airport welcoming flights not just from Mexico City, it’s still one of the best kept secrets on the Pacific. The nine bays had been an ultra-obscure surfing hideaway for decades before the Huatulco scene caught on briefly in the 1990s. Today’s Huatulco is still not well known – but with nine protected bays – everyone’s got a favorite.
With everything familiar from the Park Royal family of hotels & resorts – it’s still a very different vacation experience. Oaxacan food is among the most famous – complex, sophisticated and dynamic – of all the many regional cuisines of Mexico. It makes not only a fine addition to what the Park Royal is serving, tonight, but something “oh-so-different” to experience on your next holiday.